Are you building in a golf community? Check out these four homes. Each has room in the garage for a golf cart, and is ready to capture terrific views with loads of windows and porches.
This Visbeen Architects home won first place at the 2012 American Residential Design Awards in the Conceptual Design category. Deep covered decks and a screened-in porch allow for easy transitions between indoor and outdoor living. The open main-level floor plan centers on common living spaces, while still leaving room for a luxurious master bedroom. The upstairs loft offers two individual suites with private bathrooms, making ample space for guests and visitors. A detached garage with a bedroom suite above offers even more space for storage, hobbies, and guests. See more images, information, and the floor plan.
Golf Magazine Dream Home
This home, which was the 2008 Golf Magazine Dream House, showcases expansive walls of windows that adorn every rear-facing room. Multiple porches offer opportunities for outdoor entertaining. The curved staircase is a dramatic way to move between floors. The home also features an elevator for convenience. The master suite is designed to impress and is complete with a dressing area and dual walk-in closets. Each secondary bedroom has private access to an adjoining bathroom and a walk-in closet. On the lower level, space for fun abounds with a rec room, billiards room, media room, and access to two porches. The garage features a golf cart bay. See more images, information, and the floor plan.
Modest yet Open
This lovely, 2,115-square-foot home is ready to show off million-dollar views. The back opens up with two sets of French doors – one in the great room and the other in the master suite – plus a bay window that holds the dining nook. Extra room in the garage can hold a golf cart. Upstairs, two bedrooms share a full bath and access to the long bonus space. See more images, information, and the floor plan.
Views + Golf Cart Storage
This rustic mountain house plan provides luxurious living for a tranquil environment. The large kitchen opens into the casual dining area and vaulted lodge room, which includes an abundance of windows allowing the outside in. Step from the lodge room to the outdoor living space, which includes a corner fireplace and space for a grill. The master bedroom offers a private porch, master bath with separate shower and tub, and a walk-in closet. An optional bonus room with a full bath above the garage can give more space for work or play. See more images, information, and the floor plan.