There's the issue of the inside: what feels comfortable and what's outside your door (neighbors, grocer, third spaces).
I'd prefer a modestly-sized open plan, warehouse-style, just a big 'ol space to fill with whatever. Number and size of windows being critical (doesn't have to be a view, just sunlight). Not into the custom designed, "this-door-handle-was-formed-to-fit my-hand" kind of home.
Outside, I'd want nearby places to shop, get a cup of coffee, etc. Which is why I cling to the house I live in now - instead of moving into the enormous, new subdivisions like my friends.
I prefer community over Super Walmart developments.