eDAG Newsletter – October 2013

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Parade of Homes: eDAG Newsletter - October 2013
Brunswick County Parade of Homes

We are delighted to announce that our Lennon Plan #1300 has been entered in this year’s Brunswick County Parade of Homes!

Built by QRI Construction Corp. in Eastern North Carolina, this home will be available to tour the weekends of October 18th-20th and October 25th-27th from noon to 5pm each day. Visit brunswickparadeofhomes.com for complete information – this home is #17 on the Single Family Homes program!

This Old World style cottage plan features a Craftsman-influenced exterior, including stone, shake, and siding, with decorative arches and multiple gables. 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, and plenty of storage are included in its 2,324 sq. ft. of living space. Cathedral and tray ceilings in the common areas give this home an open feel, while columns separate the great room and dining rooms visually.

House Plans Blog: eDAG Newsletter - October 2013House Plans Blog

Head over to our newly-redesigned House Plans Blog and have a look around!

Keep up-to-date with new plans, learn more about our most popular designs, and leave your comments!

Have questions? Click on “You Asked?…We Answered!” – our new FAQ section. Read through to see if your question has been answered, or enter your question in the “Leave a Reply” section. A Don Gardner Architects Representative will post a timely response, usually within 1-2 business days!

Whether you’re in the process of building a new home or in the beginning stages of trying to find a house plan, you will find a wealth of information to help you select the best floor plan, tips on the building process, and information about products and finishes for your new house.

Featured Plan #803-The Treyburn: eDAG Newsletter - October 2013Featured Design: Plan 803 -
The Treyburn

Striking gables, arched windows, and a wrapping front porch grace the facade of this modest three bedroom home.

The dining room, kitchen, and great room cleverly separate the master suite from the two family bedrooms. An efficient kitchen is strategically placed to serve both the dining room and great room with equal ease. Tray ceilings in the dining room and great room add volume and interest, while the master bedroom and front family bedroom are expanded by cathedral ceilings.

The master suite features back porch access, a walk-in closet, and private bath with separate tub and shower. A bonus room over the garage offers space for storage or future expansion.

Enjoy the full version of our October 2013 eDAG Newsletter on our website.
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