This luxe house achieves all of the elegance one would expect of a residence overlooking a long waterway, but without a sense of extravagance.
It’s exactly what it sounds like: four not-too-big plans that your buyers will love. Look for relaxed layouts, flexible spaces, and lots of storage.
Nothing will help you stand out faster than an interesting exterior. These four new house plans should do the job nicely.
Too often, home offices are plopped near the foyer and open to public view, leaving any mess on display. Not these! Offices in these four homes are a bit more private and a lot more versatile, with full bathrooms nearby in case a guest suite is needed.
Six of seven accessible features buyers want are rated more “desirable” than “essential,” suggesting that home buyers are purchasing with aging in mind.
Think outside the closet.
If you’ve got enough room on the lot, consider a design with a side-loading garage. It’ll preserve curb appeal on the front for a neighborhood-friendly feel.
Our first collection of Homes for Golf Lovers attracted some attention. So, here are four more plans that are ready to show off a great view in a golf community
It’s a paradox: everyone wants more storage and parking space, but large garages can dominate a façade. The solution: these designs (each with room for three cars) downplay the garage with side entrances, split bays, and lovely adornments.
These new plans are great additions to the Builder House Plans collection of one-story plans. Single-level homes are great for a wide variety of buyers: new parents, people with limited mobility, and those who want to age in place. And if your clients want to expand later, bonus rooms above the garage give that option.