Why should the New American Home have all the fun? These plans are modestly sized but replete with terrific outdoor spaces.
Speaking of the New American Home, here’s a remarkable three-bedroom plan that harnesses the same modern aesthetic and openness, packaged in an affordable design. The main living spaces open almost completely to the central courtyard. A breezeway connects the house to the guest suite, which offers privacy for an in-law or boomerang kid. The fireplace in the master suite is a luxurious touch. See more images, information, and the floor plan.
For a traditional look, check out this 2,157-square-foot design. On the main floor, very open living spaces are joined by a wide deck and screened porch, which shelters a grill. Buyers will love the master suite’s relaxed luxury, including a door to the deck and a comfortable bathroom. The walkout basement adds another level with outdoor living space, two secondary bedrooms, and a family rec room. See more images, information, and the floor plan.
Outside, this home’s rugged exterior displays shingles, stone, and decorative trusses. Inside, a comfortable open layout is ready to entertain in style. The rear lanai and barbecue porch share a fireplace for chilly nights. Optional recreation spaces upstairs let the party continue. Don't miss the impressive kitchen or the exercise room connected to the master suite. See more images, information, and the floor plan.
From the great room, three sets of French doors open to this home’s covered porch and sundeck. The U-shaped kitchen includes a central island and adjoins the dining bay. Upstairs, a balcony wraps along the side of the house and is accessed by the master suite and one of two additional bedrooms. Do your buyers need more space for guests? The bonus studio above the garage is complete with a morning kitchen, private bath, and walk-in closet. See more images, information, and the floor plan.