Building a home provides numerous benefits, but at the top of many people’s lists is the ability to choose the new house designs features — to have everything they wanted for a comfortable lifestyle.
For many, this includes a large, dedicated laundry room. The modern laundry room has evolved from a simple closet area that fits a washer and dryer, or a spot in the garage or basement, to a full room that addresses all laundry needs.
Here are some reasons why dedicated laundry room solutions are ideal for your newly built home.
House Plan 1546 has been named The Francis and is now available!
Cedar shakes provide balance to the board-and-batten exterior of this modest Craftsman home plan. A front entry garage and narrower footprint make this design ideal for a neighborhood lot. Shutters frame the windows and a front porch creates a charming aesthetic.
The floor plan lives large despite its modest square footage, with a cathedral ceiling that extends from the kitchen to the great room. A fireplace provides warmth while an array of skylights in the great room and one in the kitchen flood this space with natural light. A window over the sink offers views to the backyard and a rear deck extends living outdoors. A spacious dining room works equally well for formal or casual meals and a pantry is near the kitchen for easy storage.
House Plan 1519 has been named The Fillion and is now available!
The Fillion is minimalist design at its best. The simple exterior is adorned with a shed dormer and board-and-batten on the front gable. The front entry opens to a great room that feels larger with a cathedral ceiling. Natural light visually expands this design, from the skylights in the kitchen and master bedroom to a thoughtfully placed sun tunnel. Separated from the secondary bedrooms, the master suite is private and accesses a rear deck.
The Braxton Plan 1343 is being built in Greer, SC!
The Smith family is currently building The Braxton Plan 1343. In this rendering-to-reality story, we will follow the entire building process – from foundation to move-in ready!
This two-story Craftsman home welcomes with a stunning curved staircase in the foyer, opposite a study/bedroom. The great room, kitchen, and dining room are open and surrounded by windows for rear and side views. The master suite includes a bayed sitting area, two walk-in closets, a linen closet, and a spacious bathroom. The upstairs is open to below, with two bedrooms sharing a Jack-and-Jill bathroom and an oversized bonus room.
This charming cottage features a center dormer over the front porch entry and multiple gables accented with cedar shakes, stone, and decorative brackets. Hallways are minimized in the interior, maximizing usable square footage. The cathedral great room is highlighted with a rear facing bay window and the screened porch with summer kitchen takes entertaining outdoors. The u-shaped kitchen centers around an island that overlooks the dining room. A pantry and storage closets are nearby. The master bedroom enjoys a tray ceiling and a walk-in closet is located within the master bathroom, simplifying morning routines. Two additional bedrooms are located on the same side of the home as the master suite, perfect for families with small children, while still providing privacy to each bedroom. The utility room is spacious and offers access from the outdoors with a covered entry. Above the garage, find a bonus room with plenty of natural light coming in from dormer windows. A storage closet is available making this ideal for a future guest suite.