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In the upper attic there is drywall on the left side of the attic and none on the right side.

There is a window on the right side of the house on the second floor, there is none on the left side of the house.

The house on the right side is 2 inches closer than the one on the left side.

Would there be any reason to but it on one side but not the other?

Here is a photo of the house from the front.

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Sorry, but I do not understand: 'Drywall in the attic'

As for installing a gable wall window on both sides of these cookie cutter patio homes, maybe the builder saw a problem with someone in the 2nd story bedroom of the first house on the street being able see all the way thu several identical houses (and twice as many windows) to the last house on the street?

Marc

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Sorry, but I do not understand: 'Drywall in the attic'

As for installing a gable wall window on both sides of these cookie cutter patio homes, maybe the builder saw a problem with someone in the 2nd story bedroom of the first house on the street being able see all the way thu several identical houses (and twice as many windows) to the last house on the street?

Marc

Marc,

The drywall is for fire separation, to help protect the home from fire spreading to the other home since it is so close together.

Here are the photos of the attic.

The first is the drywall on the left wall.

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