Author: Echo

Six Great Advantages to Building a Smaller House

The Benefits Of Building A Smaller House

When it comes to your home, bigger is not always better. While big homes offer benefits of their own, a growing number of people are finding that they prefer a smaller house. In fact, small house plans  have several advantages that are impossible to enjoy with a large home. Here are some of the benefits of a smaller house that are worth considering.

The Benefits Of Building A Smaller House

The Satchwell – 2097 sq ft

HOUSE PLAN 1413 – NOW AVAILABLE!

NOW AVAILABLE!

The Mitchell  – Home Plan 1413

This sprawling hillside-walkout has a captivating presence with staggered gables, a cupola-accented roof, and a stone-and-shake exterior. For those that love to entertain, a formal dining room serves every dinner party need and a spacious breakfast nook provides a place for casual meals. The gourmet kitchen offers an island with prep-sink, allowing ample workspace for multiple cooks in the kitchen.

Check out the front rendering of The Mitchell, house plan 1413.

4186 sq ft, 5 beds, 5 baths

APRIL COLOR OF THE MONTH: SHERWIN-WILLIAMS ALEUTIAN

Our April Color of the Month is from Sherwin-Williams in the shade Aleutian!

April color of the month is Sherwin-Williams Aleutian

Sherwin-Williams – Aleutian

With thousands of paint color choices on the market, picking a color for your new home plan can be difficult. If you want to choose a neutral color that will be timeless, but also give a custom feel to your home, consider a blue/grey tone like Aleutian from Sherwin-Williams.

HOME PLAN 1410 – NOW IN PROGRESS

Home Plan 1410 has been named The Elise!

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 The Elise, home plan 1410.

3062 sq ft, 4 beds, 3 baths

This Craftsman exterior is highlighted with multiple front-facing gables and accented by arched windows. Front porch arches mirror the windows and columns provide definition.