Early Florida Cracker houses were plain, rectangular shaped, mounted on stone or brick piers to let air circulate under the house. Steeply pitched shingled roofs were usual. The eaves extended out over house walls. Houses were framed with local pine, which becomes very hard and is so resinous that it deters termites. The lumber in this house came off the place on which it sits, milled in 1939.
Features of Florida Vernacular houses include front gable with slotted vents in the gable end, open porches with shed roofs and plain window facings. A variation of the Florida Vernacular house of the Tidewater tradition which features a central hall, our house was built in the Louisiana Creole style of two rooms wide, two rooms deep, with north-south orientation of the long walls. Mind you, we are not in Florida but we're pretty close.
Pam called her house 'Romantic Vintage style' -- what do you call yours?