I don't know for sure, but I would interpet that as one of the starter ranch
cookie cutters that were common as dirt a few decades ago- a single story
ranch with no bumpouts, a single ridge roof, about the proportions of a
rural mailbox. Modern equivilant would be a peaked-roof double-wide, aka
'modular' ranch house.
And not all mailboxes were dome-top, by the way. For many years, making the
mailbox look like the house with a pitched roof was considered cute. This
was to differentiate rural subdivisions from the 'farmer' style mailboxes.
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