This traditional garage plan can house up to 3 cars. One door is 9' wide and 8' tall while the two car garage door is 16' wide and 8' tall. This design also features a shop that can be accessed from inside or outside the garage. As well as a storage room that is accessed from double doors inside the garage. Learn More
There's nothing like the feeling of kicking back and relaxing in the gentle breeze of a screen porch. This home boasts a cozy screen porch off the dining room ideal for enjoying all the perks of being outdoors while nestled within a thin layer of shielding screen. Go ahead you're just steps away from dining outdoors tonight! The open kitchen boasts a handy island and a snack bar which easily serves the Great Room. A central fireplace warms the Great Room which also enjoys easy outdoor access. Nearby the owner's suite beckons with a soothing garden tub. Dual sinks and a walk-in closet complete the picture of convenience. High ceilings thoughout the home enhance the airiness provided by the open layout.
Style: Ranch – Single Level and Bonus Room
You enter this home from the covered porch in to the solarium part of the open great room accentuated by three arches dividing living spaces under a ten-foot ceiling.
This home is conducive to wheel chair traffic with room for large doors. There is good separation for all sleeping areas. The stairs lead to an open loft and bonus area with access to an attic storage room. This home not only warms itself but may also warm your heart when the sun is shining.
To help you choose and apply the latest in building science and cost-effective energy-saving features in your new home you receive our 102-page Conservation Guide with this plan.
Tandem fireplaces bring warmth to vaulted family room masters suite.
Gallery walls display art or family photos in the vaulted entry.
Vaulted master suite has large walk-in closet bright sitting area.
This passive solar home is well received by all visitors. The two-story entry views the great room with its vaulted ceilings rising to the loft above. Radius stairs and balcony add a superb touch to the open concept. The media room and guestroom are very private with a covered upper deck to enjoy the outdoors.
This home was designed with passive solar through the living/dining room wall. Originally built with an air-to-water heat pump providing warm or cool water to the radiant floor heating/cooling system on the first level and forced-air heating system in the upper level makes this home very comfortable in all seasons. The finished bonus room allows for an additional 288 square feet of living space.
The plan includes a radiant-floor-heating tube layout. Our 102-page Conservation Guide providing the latest in building science and proven cost-effective energy-saving features that you may incorporate in the construction of your new home is also included.
The Tavernier has the exterior of days gone by with the interior that is sure to be instep with today?s busy lifestyles. A dormer sheds light into the spacious Great Room that is warmed by a gas fireplace. The Dining Room is highlighted with columns and a double French door. The Master Suite welcomes you with interesting angles a private porch large walk-in closet and
Spa Style Master Bath. Bedrooms 2 and 3 feature walk-in closets and share a full bath.
The heart of this home is the Kitchen. This area has an island walk-in pantry and is fully equipped for cooking and entertaining with a raised snack bar. Steps from the Kitchen are an area for Outdoor Entertaining designed to be used throughout the year with a outdoor fireplace.
The garage has an area for a workshop or tandem garage perfect for a third car.
Four bedrooms and the possibility of another give your family plenty of room in this home. A central kitchen offers a quaint nook and a formal dining room for special dinners. Relax in front of the elegant fireplace in the spacious family room. The master suite includes a spa dual sinks and a walk-in closet. Learn More
Style: Contemporary Ranch
This passive-solar home was designed for a couple looking forward to retiring in their new low-maintenance energy-efficient home. With this couple still working today they will use the two guest sleeping areas for his and hers offices.
The home flaunts spectacular views from their sleeping and great room areas. As you walk into the foyer from the covered porch you stand under an arched ceiling framing the view ahead. The workshop is part of the living space with radiant floor heating as the rest of the home provides. The ceiling height varies from 8’ to 12’ as the space demands.
The design includes an overhead air conditioning and heat recovery ventilation system. Our 102-page Conservation Guide providing the latest in building science and proven cost-effective energy-saving features that you may incorporate in the construction of your new home is also included.
The European design of this home gives off an air of tradition and class. Stroll through the central foyer into the quiet library introduced by double doors. The family room offers a classic fireplace and easy access to a sunny nook. Cook up a gourmet meal in the spacious kitchen then serve it up in the traditional dining room. Upstairs the master suite offers a garden spa a good-sized walk-in closet and dual sinks. Learn More
Shutters and siding nod to tradition while the arched windows update its appeal. The vaulted living room flows into a flat-ceilinged dining room with a kitchen link. Kitchen and family room are entirely open; bedrooms and a bonus room are above.