Henry Ford probably never envisioned that some day we would have garages so vast that the owner could park five, 10, even 20 cars in their house.
The first car garages were mostly old barns and carriage houses until the 1920s, when car sales boomed and home builders began including small backyard garages with their new home sales. In the 1940s, cars moved closer to the drivers when single-car garages were either built into or attached to the home. In the 1950s, garages were often expanded to fit the big-fin Chevys and Fords or car ports were added to the home. Two-car garages began to appear in the 1960s, and by the 1980s and ’90s, some people had three- and even four-car garages.
Here are three homesTopTenRealEstateDeals.com found that are currently for sale and boast fancy parking facilities that are more like car museums than a garage.