A thoughtful arrangement of public and private spaces results in this family-friendly design with a total of five bedrooms, including the bedroom/study. Special ceiling details and built-in niches display custom style in this Craftsman house plan, which features a large kitchen with prep island and pantry, a three car garage with plenty of storage, and an oversized utility room. The master suite includes huge walk-in closets and a windowed sitting room.
House Plan 1556 has been named The Artemis and is now available!
The Artemis House Plan 1556
This charming cottage house plan with dual master suites is a perfect narrow lot house design. Simple yet decorative, the facade features board-and-batten, gable brackets, shutters, and columns. With only two bedrooms, the master suites are of equal size and on opposite sides of the floor plan. An island kitchen with pantry nearby, a large dining room, and a generous great room compose the open living spaces. The foyer and garage entry share a mud room and the utility room is multi-functional with a laundry sink and built-in cabinetry. Skylights and sun tunnels create a feeling of spaciousness in the modest floor plan.
Building a new home requires that you find the right home plan and the right team to build the home.
That team will be led by a general contractor. Taking time to plan when hiring a general contractor will help ensure you get a good fit. Here are some hiring-a-contractor tips that will guide you in finding the right one.
Asking for recommendations will help you start the search, but look for recommendations from people who have worked with a contractor. Has someone you know recently built a home or done a major remodeling project? Talk to this person about his or her experience. If he or she had a positive experience with a contractor, add that contractor to your list of people to call. Starting with vetted professionals endorsed by those you trust should cut your research time significantly.
House Plan 1467-D has been named The Wesley and is now available!
This angled, hillside-walkout design is eye-catching with a mix of siding, stone, and board-and-batten accents. The portico entry leads to a foyer with a coat closet and powder room for guests. With an island and pantry nearby, the kitchen is positioned for front views. The great room and dining room are open for easy entertaining and a side screened porch and sprawling rear porch with skylights take living outdoors. The master suite is truly luxurious and offers direct access to the utility room through the master closet. A mud room off the garage entry is perfect for stashing bags, shoes, and coats. Downstairs, two bedrooms each have a walk-in closet and a shared full bathroom. A recreation room is available for entertaining or relaxing and double doors lead to a lower level porch.
The modern farmhouse style borrows from the rustic, contemporary and industrial trends to create a living space that’s chic and homey. The modern farmhouse look can add authenticity and personality to new floor plans. If you’re thinking of modern farmhouse open floor plans, find out how interior and exterior farmhouse touches can perfect the look of your new construction home.
Updated farmhouses tend to stick to a plain color palette outside. Think natural wood, bright white and deep blacks. Farmhouses tend to have board and batten or lap siding over shingles or shakes. By keeping the exterior of the house simple, you can highlight the shape and architectural features of the home.