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I would look for the land first, it may very well affect the architectural design, even if you do a bunch of dirt work to change the land. Assuming of course we aren't talkign about a bunch of generic flat lots with no trees and just room for a house. Even then...buildings around might influence design.unless of course you have a specifc design in mind with no room for change, then look for land that fits that.- Ex...you won't build a house with a walk out on flat ground. Sold a house that was built by an architect (for himself) - he did some very small things to "blend" with the surroundings that wouldn't have been found on a house plan-it was not the most expensive house ever sold but it was the most amazing.
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