Category: House Plans


The Havelock  – House Plan 1436

This Arts-and-Crafts style home plan has so much to offer the modern family with five bedrooms on a sprawling single level. The spacious, open kitchen includes a walk-in pantry, storage closet and central island. A large utility room with an outside access door is conveniently placed down the hall from the secondary bedrooms. A well-appointed master suite includes a secluded sitting room that enjoys rear views, porch access, a master bath with dual vanities and a huge walk-in closet with sitting bench. The screened porch offers the best in year-round outdoor living with a fireplace. A three-car garage with extra storage adds space for a third automobile, workshop, or golf cart.

Check out the front rendering of house plan 1436, The Havelock.

2974 sq ft, 5 beds, 4 baths


Thank you to everyone that voted for the exterior of conceptual house plan 1456!

The cedar shake and stone exterior received the most votes and we have chosen that exterior elevation for design 1456.

Check out the front elevation of conceptual house plan 1456.

3455 sq ft, 4 beds, 3.5 baths

Conceptual House Plan 1456

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Conceptual house plan 1456 is an update to The Ironwood 1331-D. This design has a second floor instead of a walkout basement. Cedar shakes and stone create a rustic exterior for this angled courtyard-entry, Craftsman design.


Vote for your favorite exterior siding for conceptual house design 1456!

We are always striving to design homes that our customers will love. From overall home styles to exterior materials and floor plan layout, it’s important to us that we are creating homes that satisfy current trends while still keeping a focus on the longevity of the design. We have created two options for the front elevation of conceptual house design 1456. What’s your preference;  (A) cedar shakes with stone accents or (B) board-and-batten, stone, and cedar shakes?

Option A:

The primary exterior material is cedar shakes and stone.

Option A for conceptual house design 1456.

Tips to Utilize a Narrow Lot to Your Homes Advantage

Utilizing A Narrow Lot To Your Advantage

The Leland is designed for a narrow lot.

The Leland – 50’0″ x 58’8″

If you’re considering building a home on a narrow lot, you will need to know how to make the most out of the space. With the right narrow lot home designs, you’ll find that narrow lots have quite a number of benefits. Here are some ways that you can use your narrow space and your home plan to your advantage.


House Plan on the Drawing Board 1468 is a two-story design with a narrow footprint.

Check out the front elevation of house plan 1468.

4 beds, 3.5 baths, 2631 sq ft.

Conceptual House Plan 1468

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Conceptual Design 1468 is an updated version of The Courtney house plan 706. The exterior reflects current styles with a mix of cedar shakes and stone. Asymmetrical dormers and arched garage doors create interest for this narrow design. With a two-car, front entry garage and a narrow footprint under 50′ wide, this design will work well on smaller land lots.