That, as well as variations on a theme, plus some lively deviations. The Chinese, I’ve read, also loved symmetry, and when Zen Buddhism spread to Japan, the temples were constructed according to tradition. But the Japanese also disliked symmetry, as is reflected in the additions over time, which always built to one side or the other.
I can see that dynamic at work in our little fishing village in the evolution of our distinctive side-door Cape style.
Here’s more of the basic front as a starting point.