Here’s a growing demographic to pay attention to: people who choose not to have children. Why not offer them something more appealing than the typical starter or move-up, which assumes kids are in the picture? In the case of the homes below, that means fewer (but nicer) bedrooms, no Jack-and-Jill baths, and very private master suites.

So Many Options


Choice is the name of the game in this flexible plan. Do your buyers want three garage bays instead of two? Already drawn. How about a coffee bar in the master suite? No problem. There's even an option for an alternate accessible bathroom to serve the guest room (or office). Check out all the handy storage: a pocket office, drop zone, walk-in pantry, and huge master closet that opens directly to the laundry room. See more images, information, and the floor plan.

A Wall of Glass


This sleek home is full of light, especially in the open living spaces that open with many sets of sliding doors to the backyard. An office on the first floor provides room for work or hobbies. Upstairs, the guest suite offers a full, private bath to make visitors comfortable. The master suite gets a big shower, two sinks, and a generous walk-in closet. See more images, information, and the floor plan.

Fabulous Owner’s Suite


This home has been designed with attention to the owner's comfort. The large master suite is positioned at the back of the home for maximum privacy and quiet rest. The design offers the opportunity to customize the master bath with the homeowner's choice of a larger accessible shower or a smaller shower and a soaking tub. Skylights in the master bath, kitchen, and grand room bring natural sunlight inside. Both of the home's bedrooms feature large, walk-in closets with ample storage. See more images, information, and the floor plan.

Full Guest Suite Upstairs


Here’s a terrific narrow plan (just 28 feet wide) for an infill lot. The placement of the third bedroom on the first floor – where it could easily serve as an office – makes this home a good candidate for people who want space to work from home. The second bedroom upstairs features a full, private bathroom that guests will appreciate. A porch on each level adds outdoor living space. See more images, information, and the floor plan.