Author: Tripp

HOUSE PLAN 1344 – NOW IN PROGRESS

House Plan 1344 has been named The Ella!

NOW IN PROGRESS!

This house plan has been selected for completion and will be available for purchase soon. See how the original sketches compare to the design in progress, and leave your comments at the bottom of the page!

Check out the front rendering of house plan 1344, The Ella.

4 beds, 4 baths, approx. 2863 sq ft.

HOME PLAN 1286 – NOW AVAILABLE!

NOW AVAILABLE!

The Astaire – Home Plan 1286

Stone accents provide a textural contrast to this classic home while a front porch with columns brings a bit of southern charm. The kitchen with center island focuses its attention to the screened porch. The master suite is spacious with mirrored walk-in closets. A pocket office is located near the garage entry, perfect for dropping and sorting mail, charging electronics, or setting up a computer.

Check out the front rendering of The Astaire, home plan 1286.

2295 sq ft, 4 beds, 3 baths

MOUNTAIN HOME PLAN 1368 – NOW AVAILABLE!

NOW AVAILABLE!

The Cheyenne – Mountain Home Plan 1368

This mountain home is overflowing with curb appeal and thoughtful details. The barrel-vaulted foyer ends in a single column, presenting the open great room/dining room/kitchen area. A cathedral ceiling extends through the great room and out over the rear porch, with sliding French doors bringing in light and views. A screened porch, bedroom/study, peaceful master suite, and generous utility room complete the main level. Both stairs and a home elevator lead to the finished walkout basement, where two guest rooms and a rec room enjoy access to porch and patio space.

Check out the front rendering of this mountain home 1368, The Cheyenne.

3007 sq ft, 4 beds, 4 baths

The Home Building Process: Infographic

The decision to build a new home is one of the most significant choices a person will make in their lifetime. With thousands of choices to be made along the way, the home building process can be unnerving. However, with the right amount of preparation, you can be relaxing in the home of your dreams before you know it.

Choosing Your Home Floor Plans

One of the first decisions you will make in the home building process is choosing the floor plan that is best suited to your lifestyle. When making your selection, be sure to start with the basics. Determining the size and regional limitations that may be in place for your house will provide you with a good starting point to begin your search. From there, you can begin to consider your personal budget and design style needs.

Once you have narrowed down your search a good bit, try making a pros and cons list to help you distinguish your needs from your wants. Additionally, pay careful consideration to any potential modifications you may be able to make to your home floor plan, allowing you to custom create the perfect design for your family’s needs. If you ever find yourself stuck in your search for your new house plan, don’t be afraid to ask questions. Often, a professional will be an extremely valuable resource and help you decide on the ideal floor plan.

HOME PLAN 1278 – NOW AVAILABLE!

NOW AVAILABLE!

The Greer – Home Plan 1278

A prominent shed dormer accentuates the entry to this cottage home. The column-lined foyer with double coat closets leads to the great room and dining room, and the spacious kitchen is steps away with a pantry and flexible e-space. A mud room by the garage has its own covered entry and a seat to take shoes on and off. The master suite is situated for privacy and has a tray ceiling, dual walk-in closets, and access to the expansive covered porch.

Check out the front rendering of home plan 1278, The Greer.

3 beds, 2 baths, approx. 1914 sq. ft.

Click here to see The Greer 1278