As employment numbers pick up, more young adults will have the ability to establish households of their own. Anticipate the needs of Millennial buyers with these modest (yet modern and smart) layouts.
This charming 1,475-square-foot home is designed to be open and functional with one big open gathering room, island kitchen, corner fireplace (keeping the back view open), and a master suite with a large shower and walk-in closet. For more images, information, and the floor plan, click here.
An upstairs loft and versatile den make this an appealing choice for buyers who would like to stay put even as their family grows. The wide kitchen island is a modern touch, and the well-integrated back patio adds a feeling of connection with the outdoors. For more images, information, and the floor plan, click here.
This remarkable plan does quite a lot with 1,508 square feet. Through the foyer, the view leads straight back to the great room’s windows and fireplace. The kitchen’s snack bar and adjacent dining area work together for highly functional seating. New parents will appreciate the placement of the secondary bedroom close to the master suite but farther from the noise of the great room. Don't miss the walk-in pantry or third garage bay. For more images, information, and the floor plan, click here.
This attractive brick home features a slim 44-foot width and lots of light in key places like the dining room and master suite. A privately accessed courtyard brings outdoor living to the master suite, while the front porch adds curb appeal and a neighborhood feeling. The two-car garage is set at the back and accessed from the side. For more images, information, and the floor plan, click here.