A stylish and traditional home model, the Monterey. Perfect for single floor family life. Another classic home plan by our partners at Design Basics.
Type: 1 Story – ICF Ext Walls
Main Level Sq. Ft.: 1,830
Total Finished Sq. Ft.: 1,830
Max Width: 57′-5″ Wide
Max Depth: 49′-9″ Deep
Size: 15′-0″ x 22′-2″
Ceiling Height: 10′-0″
Formal Dining Room
Size: 12′-0″ x 10′-4″
Ceiling Height: 8′-8″
This home has all its living space on one floor, which is i great demand by the second home, retirement, and the empty nester market. The covered front entryway leads into an open foyer, which is just off the formal dining room.
The great room is plenty big enough for entertaining, and the kitchen has room for an eating area. The master suite has comfort in mind with its twin vanities, whirlpool tub, separate shower and commode, and a roomy walk-in closet. The two guest rooms have closets and a shared bath.
4 Bedroom 1 ½ Story The Adirondack is a Design Basics plan. We chose to name this home the Adirondack for its rustic look. The exterior treatments of river stone, cedar shingle siding, and the color scheme all give this home a country feel. But with a different siding and color scheme it would be a comfortable fit into any setting. A very popular feature of this home is the first floor master suite with large walk-in closet and bath area. Its functional kitchen/breakfast area which is connected to the great room is perfect for entertaining. The second story has three bedrooms and a large bonus area for storage.
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Panelized Home Plans range from a 3,650 square-foot contemporary colonial “Newport” design, featuring multiple gables and cathedral ceilings with custom glass, to our 2,350 square-foot Victorian styled “Queensbury,” which comes with a wrap-around porch and walk-out bay windows in the living and master suite, to the 1,400 square- foot “Hadley,” a cape style starter home.
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It’s hard to look at the Hazelton and not feel at home. There is a sense of well being, something that says “welcome”.
The hip style roof with twin dormers, and a side load two car garage give this home the appearance of being larger than it really is. The covered porch with a door and two sidelights gives it an architectural appeal.
There is plenty of space with a large great room, plus a grand kitchen with an island and breakfast area. All of the bedrooms are on the second floor which includes a master suite.
4 bedroom. 2 story. Approximate square footage of living space: 2219
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Which is best? Stick-built, modular or panelized?
[The Putnam Examiner – Feb 15-21, 2011 – p8]
Before I got into the real estate business and subsequently starting writing about housing, I had always thought that stick-built homes offered the best kind of construction in terms of quality and flexibility of design. I had felt that modular homes, or “pre-fab” as I called them, were a secondary choice with awkward layouts, dictated by the width of a cubicle designed to travel down a road on a flatbed.
After learning something about the differences between them, I now know that I had some woeful misconceptions about payday loans texas the two, and the term panelized, which refers to homes constructed from prefabricated flat panels, had not entered my vocabulary.
Which is the best kind of construction? “Let’s put it this way,” said Bob Frissora, “if you’re buying a new car, would you prefer that it be built in a factory or in your driveway?”
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