Build Through Inspiration
Our floor plans were designed with our clients in mind. Within them, we have captured the essence of Contemporary, Modern Farmhouse, Mountain or Classic design for our clients to use in its entirety, or to build on with their own vision. Having a starting point can help take the edge off the overwhelming first steps in developing your dream home.
Modern Prairie|The Wilson 2918
A beautiful blend of the prairie and modern style, Modern Prairie celebrates low pitched hipped roofs, bands of windows and natural materials..
Our Modern Prairie design is the epitome of classic and contemporary. This floorplan has almost 3000 square feet of main level living. The master suite is tucked privately into the back of the home and accented with a beautifully appointed master bath and closet. A secondary suite resides just off the kitchen with a private bath and walk in closet. A large open concept living space boats a spacious pantry, mudroom and laundry room and a third car garage can be changed to a RV garage should you chose to. Build this home starting at $1,147,000.
Contemporary | The Sullivan 2408
With a focus on high functionality, the Contemporary floor plan emphasizes space throughout your custom home.
Starting with an open floor plan, our Contemporary design includes features such as neutral foundation pieces, unobtrusive and focused illumination, and uncluttered and minimalistic spaces that often utilize organic accents. Large glass panel windows are showcased with no window coverings to create dramatic, geometric shadows. This home design revolves around simplicity with versatility and spontaneity. Rather than putting a focus on things, Contemporary aesthetically focuses on the spaces of your home. Build this home starting at $1,115,000.
Modern Farmhouse |The Franklin 2282
A contemporary take on the rustic style, Modern Farmhouse celebrates historic design while featuring a modern personality and charm.
Our Modern Farmhouse design is the crossroads of contemporary and country featuring cozy interiors with layers, pattern and contrasting colors to neutral backgrounds. Natural finishes such as untreated, raw woods, exposed brickwork, leathers, tiles with a patina, lime washed timber and shiplap celebrates historic while giving contemporary lifestyle elements. Exposed rafters are often used to make the most out of the height of the space. A fairly strict color pallet is used to balance eclectic and rustic with personality contemporary charm. Build this home starting at $1,010,000.
Mountain | The Jackson 2408
Featuring a variety of design features, the Mountain floor plan combines local materials with a cozy and comfortable way of living to provide endless flexibility.
Starting with the unique shape of the structure, Mountain style can take on a boxy, single ridge, low pitch or A-Frame roof line with large windows and doors. Design elements often include local material such as native cut timber and locally quarried stone as well as timber accents and stone veneers. A pleasing neutral color palette is used to compliment the natural wood and stone materials and steel accents. Low maintenance landscaping including native trees, grasses and shrubs are used to intertwine the design and the environment the custom home thrives in. Build this home starting at $1,1211,000.
Classic | The Haywood 3080
With the perfect combination of elegance and artistry, our Classic floor plan features elements like articulated windows and coffered ceilings.
The Classic floor plan emphasizes symmetry and a conservative color palette. Classic patterns ranging from simple solids, stripes and plaids to florals are used to enhance texture and finishes. Articulated windows and doors offer elegance and artistry. Classic designs are rich in accessories and feature accent trims and casings. Coffered ceilings tie the design together to offer a sophisticated look. Build this home starting at $1,018,000.
Classic | The Shelby 1670
This classic home can be the perfect fit for any stage of life or any size of family. Whether you’re looking for that perfect blend of main level living or something to grow into, this one has it all. This well thought out gem boasts three main level bedrooms and two baths. With all the living quarters on the main level the sky is the limit for your new basement entertainment mecca! This home comes standard with a three-car garage but can easily be designed to house your RV should you have one. The kitchen is equipped with a large bar and island and even has a separate dining room. Build this home starting at $825,000.
Traditional Farmhouse | The Marshall 2470
Where the focus is centered on the heart of the home.
Traditionally, the farmhouse has been all about the kitchen and living room areas where families and friends gather, and that is a definite focal point in this floorplan. From the beautiful welcoming covered front porch with unobstructed sight lines from the front door to the back door this plan is the epitome of open concept. Ample space has been dedicated to the mudroom, pantry and storage closet as well as extra storage spaces in the garage, study and hallway. Classically styled like the traditional farmhouses the bedrooms are clustered on one side of the home to allow separation from the busier spaces in a home. The only thing missing from this plan is your personal touch. Build this home starting at $1,052,000.
Mountain | The Tipton 2766
This home has that understated Mountain flair. With complete main level living and room enough for out of town guests or even a growing family there is space enough to host any type of event. Whether you’re looking for that perfect blend of main level living or something to grow into, this one has it all. The second story has well thought out living spaces and the expansive basement has space to give everyone room to spread out! This home comes standard with a three car garage but boasts an optional RV space should you need one. Build this home starting at $1,154,000.