These kitchen-centric plans make it easy to help buyers envision living in one of your homes. Paint a family picture that revolves around the open kitchen and great room, which invite shared meal prep, casual bites, and easy conversation.
This attractive, 1,997-square-foot Craftsman home achieves a woodsy vibe with a luxurious interior. A decorative ceiling treatment crowns the main living area, where a wide snack bar in the kitchen serves up meals to the lodge room. Nearby, the bright breakfast nook opens to the rear porch. The library near the front can easily serve as a third bedroom with an adjoining full bath. The master suite takes up the plan’s left side and includes a private foyer, large walk-in closet, and separate garden tub and shower. For more images, information, and the floor plan, click here.
This smaller plan—just 1,658 square feet—lives large with an open floor plan, decked-out master suite, and easy access to the kitchen and its cooktop island. The living spaces merge into one large area with access to both front and back porches and bay windows. In the master suite a walk-in closet, separate tub and shower, and double-sink vanity add luxury. Two additional bedrooms share a full bath on the opposite side of the home. Extra storage space in the garage is a welcome detail. For more images, information, and the floor plan, click here.
A seamless transition between indoor and outdoor spaces is the hallmark of this 1,725-square-foot charmer. Easy living flows through the generous island kitchen, spacious nook, and vaulted great room with its dramatic see-through gas fireplace out to the grand covered rear patio. The striking façade features columns and brackets with classic board and batten, shingle, and stone accents. For more images, information, and the floor plan, click here.
This contemporary home gets all the details right to appeal to today's families: Besides the open great room and kitchen configuration, there's a dedicated media room, a suite downstairs for grandma or guests, and convenient placement of the master suite on the first floor, making it perfect for aging in place. For more images, information, and the floor plan, click here.