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Home Plan 1450 | Narrow-Lot Design

Home Plan on the Drawing Board 1450 is the perfect solution for a narrow lot!

Front elevation of conceptual home plan 1450.

Left elevation of conceptual home plan 1450.

Conceptual Home Plan 1450

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A front entry garage, along with a modest width of only 40 feet makes this home plan an easy choice for a narrow lot. Combine that with a stylish facade and a deep floor plan that accommodates desirable amenities, and this narrow Craftsman is sure to please.

FARMHOUSE HOME PLAN 1374 – NOW AVAILABLE!

NOW AVAILABLE!

The Redmond – Farmhouse Home Plan 1374

The Redmond has a classic farmhouse exterior with its expansive front porch and prominent gables. This design features a grand two-story great room lined with columns and a single dining space facing rear views. The island kitchen is open to the living areas and just steps away from the walk-in pantry. A flexible storage closet near the screen porch awaits supplies for outdoor entertaining.

Check out the front rendering of The Redmond, home plan 1374.

3133 sq ft, 4 beds, 3.5 baths

OUTDOOR LIVING FOR YOUR NEW HOME PLAN – PART TWO

Outdoor Living Design – The Jasper Hill 5005

Belgard® and Echelon™ Masonry have created luxurious outdoor living spaces for our home plan, The Jasper Hill. Take a look at all the versatile ways to use their products and find inspiration for your dream home!

View exterior and interior photography of this exceptional hillside-walkout design!

Belgard® and Echelon™ Masonry have created luxurious outdoor living spaces for our home plan, The Jasper Hill.

Landscaping Options To Consider When Custom Building A Home

Landscaping Ideas For Your New Home!

Landscaping ideas for your new home.

The Sorvino 1222

One of the many benefits about building your own home is the fact that you can customize it to your specifications. While you do have to attend to your budget and the building guidelines of your floor plan, in reality you can have everything you want (and can afford) when you build from the ground up. This reality extends into the yard as well as the home. As you build, keep your landscaping in mind. Here are some ideas to make your landscaping an extension of your home and your creativity.