This contemporary townhouse is designed for comfort, aesthetics and convenience, from the study/home office up front all the way back to the owner's suite and garage. Flames in the gas fireplace can be enjoyed from the living room or dining area, both of which are open to the kitchen. Secondary bedrooms, a loft, and a bathroom are upstairs.
This design was one of four featured in this years Lane County Home Builders Association Tour of Homes, and constructed by the Homebuilders Construction Company.
Slender sets of twin posts bound the front porch of this compact contemporary cottage. The foyer leads out into the dining area, which is totally open to the living room behind and the kitchen up front. Counters wrap around four sides of the G-shaped kitchen. Wide sliders at the rear of the gathering space open onto a covered patio.
This traditional garage plan can house up to three cars. Two cars can be parked inside and one in the carport on the left. The two garage doors are 9' wide and 8' tall. The stairs lead up to the attic. A large storage space is behind the main garage with a smaller garage door that is 6'wide and 7' tall.
In this contemporary ranch-style home, constructed by Future B Homes features a gas fireplace which nestles into one back corner of its window-bright and vaulted great room. The well-appointed kitchen is open to the vaulted space across a flush eating bar, which doubles as a buffet on festive occasions. A roomy storage closet and pass-through utility room line the hallway to the owners’ suite.
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Constructed by Gansen Construction, the Shasta is one of four homes designed by Associated Designs to be featured on the Home Builders of Lane County 2012 Tour of Homes.
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This post will allow Mr. & Mr.s P to blog about the construction process. We look forward to following along and appreciate the participation on our blog.
“it is just as cute as a button….”, Ms. P.
The Isabelle design is coming together nicely for our clients. Designed by guest designer Rodney Photenhauer, this Victorian-styled home is perfect as a fulltime residence or as a vacation retreat. It features a steeply pitched gabled roof and styling reminiscent of small town cottages of the 1880’s-1910’s.
We look forward to the final tour of their beautiful home.
Windows fill most of the rear wall of the vaulted great room at the heart of this comfortably spacious European-style home plan. From the kitchen, you can watch TV or converse with family and friends in the great room, or the dining room. Extra rooms include: a guest room and a hobby room on the main floor, and a den and an unfinished bonus room upstairs.
The Canyonville house plan built by Steven W. Johnson Construction in Eugene, OR.
This Craftsman garage plan features three garage doors. All three garage doors are 10′ wide and 9′ tall. This garage can house up to six cars. Off the rear of the garage there is a smaller garage door that is 6′ wide and 7′ tall. On the left side of the garage is a recreation and hobby room, plus a storage closet.
While amazingly compact in size for a four-bedroom ranch-style home, it doesn't feel the least bit cramped inside, due to the vaulted gathering spaces that fill one side. Sliding glass doors at the rear open onto a covered patio that could be screened. Counters wrap around three sides of a kitchen, which is open to the vaulted space across a flush eating bar.
This shingle-style garage plan can park up to two cars. Both doors are the same size at 9′ wide and 8′ tall. At the back of the garage is a separated shop area with a staircase that leads to the loft above. Upstairs is a loft that has space for a future counter with sink, range and refrigerator. Also upstairs is an office, bathroom and generous sized deck.
Nostalgic Craftsman styling gives this large two-story duplex plan its comfortably welcoming front facade. Garages are set about a half-flight down from the main floor, while secondary bedrooms are about a half flight up. Light spills into the large vaulted room that comprises the living and dining areas through wide windows front and back.
The Manor Heart is this years' Home from the Heart survey results home plan. Each year we survey folks from across the country to what features, style and size of a home they would want. The results are tallied and their "Home from the Heart" is created.
While the exterior is traditional, the interior of this ranch-style home is totally contemporary. Bright and spacious gathering spaces fill its core. Its generously sized kitchen is open to a dining room with sliding door access to a covered deck. Luxuries abound in the owners’ suite, while the den, just inside the front door, is in an ideal location for a home office.
In this mid-size ranch-style home, the kitchen's L-shaped eating bar bounds a great room with a fireplace on one side, and a dining room with a built-in buffet and hutch on the other. From the kitchen you can keep tabs on the gathering spaces, inside and out. Owners' suite amenities include a large, luxurious bathroom and a roomy walk-in closet.