This charming modern farmhouse design features arches, gable brackets, and shutters. Inside, the floor plan promotes easy living with an open great room, kitchen, and breakfast nook and a dining room for family gatherings. A split-bedroom design grants privacy to all bedrooms and the master suite enjoys a cathedral ceiling, luxurious bathroom, and a large walk-in closet. Find an optional bonus room with a full bathroom and walk-in closet upstairs.
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The Gideon is a simple Craftsman house plan with a courtyard entry garage and a prominent front facing shed dormer. The floor plan makes the most of its modest square footage with open living spaces and private bedrooms. Arrays of skylights brighten the great room and master suite while vaulted ceilings visually enhance these rooms. A sun tunnel directs daylight above the island kitchen and a mudroom, pantry, and spacious utility room are unexpected luxuries in a design of this size.
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A rustic facade and angled courtyard entry garage create instant curb appeal for this idyllic, two-story mountain retreat. The island kitchen enjoys a nearby pantry and the great room features a fireplace and access to the rear porch with skylights. Casual and formal gatherings are easily accommodated with a breakfast room and a separate dining room. A drop zone with adjoining utility room provides storage space to create an organization system for the entire family. The exquisite master suite is downstairs with a study/bedroom and two additional bedrooms are upstairs with a full bathroom and a bonus room.
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The Crowne Canyon was built by Fairview Custom Homes in The Cliffs at Keowee Vineyards. This home is currently for sale and you can contact the realtor, Justin Winter or find the listing here for more information!
A stunning center dormer with arched window and decorative wood brackets cap the entry to this extraordinary hillside estate home plan. Exposed wood beams enhance the magnificent cathedral ceilings of the foyer, great room, dining room, master bedroom and screened porch, while ten-foot ceilings top the remainder of the first floor. The great room takes in scenic rear views through a wall of windows shared by the media/rec room. Fireplaces add warmth and ambience to the great room, media/rec room, screened porch and the master suite’s study/sitting. The kitchen is complete with its center island cook-top, pantry and ample room for two or more cooks. A three-and-a-half-car garage allows space for storage or a golf cart.
If you are in the process of selecting your new dream home plan, it’s never too early to start thinking about Building Codes and the role your lot location will have in the building process.
Understanding Local Building Codes and Zoning; it’s never too early to learn the role your lot location will have in the building process.
Local zoning laws and building codes will almost certainly affect the building process of your home floor plan as well as future renovations to your home.
While both building codes and zoning regulations play a similar role, knowing the difference between the two can help you to become better prepared to overcome any obstacles during the home building process.