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HOME PLAN 1378 – NOW AVAILABLE!!

NOW AVAILABLE!

The Roseburg – Home Plan 1378

This five bedroom home features generous walk-in closets, skylights and elegant ceilings. Columns and a tray ceiling define the dining room, while a massive serving bar brings the entire living space together by the kitchen. With its cooktop island, nearby pantry, and large front-facing window, the kitchen has an exceptionally open feel. The master suite offers a sitting room with porch access.

1378 Design in Progress

Approx. 3285 sq ft, 5 beds, 4 baths

Benefits of Walk In Closets | Walk In Closet Design Ideas

Walk-In Closet Design Ideas

Design Ideas - Master closet from The Kenningstone #1166

Master closet from The Kenningstone #1166

One of the first things many homeowners run out of in their homes is storage space.

Even a home that seems like it has ample storage space can quickly feel crowded when you start to move in with all of your belongings. If you are considering building your home, think about including a walk-in closet design, or choose floor plans that already incorporate a walk-in wardrobe closet in the bedrooms. When considering design ideas for your new home, walk-in closets can be one of the most beneficial.

CONCEPTUAL HOME DESIGN 1435: CLASSIC COTTAGE

New House Plan on the Drawing Board 1435 draws inspiration from an English Cottage.

Conceptual home design 1435 - front elevation

4 beds, 3 baths, approx 1852 sq ft.

Conceptual Home Design 1435

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Conceptual Home Design 1435 is an updated version of The Runnymeade #1164 with some additional square footage. This charming cottage exterior is wrapped in stone and cedar shakes. Shed dormers, a cupola, and metal accents adorn this exterior.

Features To Add While Building Your New Home

Building a new home provides an amazing opportunity to including everything you could need or want.

Many types of additions are easier and more affordable to add while the home is being built, rather than waiting until it is complete and performing a renovation. By adding features to the home during the construction process, you can save money and frustration in the long term. If you have made the commitment to build your new home, think about whether you would want one of these features at some point, and consider adding them now.

New home features - The Weatherford #4053

The Weatherford #4053