A railed porch spans the front of this large contemporary townhome. Bold stuccoed columns support an arched opening that frames the entry. Inside, the foyer opens out into a bright and spacious area that comprises the living room, dining area and kitchen. The owners' suite it at the rear, while two bedrooms, a loft, and a third bathroom are upstairs.
From the street, this small ranch-style home looks pleasantly symmetrical. Inside, vaulted ceilings in the linked gathering spaces help create a sense of expansiveness. While tending pots on the built-in range, the cook can serve snacks at the eating bar, supervise homework, and keep tabs on activities in the living/dining area as well as on the patio.
Stone veneer wainscoting accents this ranch-style home's three-car garage and covers the porch's bold column supports. In the great room, windows flank a fireplace that provides warmth while creating a colorful and relaxing focal point when skies are gray or dark. Kitchen workers can survey most everything by looking out across the eating bar.
In this Craftsman update, vaulted ceilings give an expansive feel to the foyer, living room, dining room, den, and front bedroom. The kitchen is open to the richly windowed living/dining area, across a counter with a range and oven on one side, and a gently curved eating bar on the other. A tray ceiling adds to the elegance of the deluxe owners’ suite.
With its single-level floor plan and central great room, the ranch style Lake Creek is equally well suited to the needs of growing families or empty nesters. Wide windows fill most of the rear wall, next to a fireplace nestled into the right-hand corner. Standing at the kitchen sink, you can observe the great room across a raised eating bar, plus the dining area and patio.
The exterior of this compact shingle-style home exudes nostalgic appeal, while the interior is totally contemporary. In the linked family gathering areas, light spills into the living and dining rooms through wide windows, and both are open to the kitchen. The owners’ suite boasts a good-sized walk-in closet and a private bathroom.
View photos of the completed project here.
May 17, 2011
Progress continues on the Urban Living project under construction in Crescent Village in Eugene, Oregon. These properties are currently available for purchase. Please contact Future B Homes for more information.
April 20, 2011
April 11, 2011
Located in Eugene's Crescent Village, these townhomes designed by Associated Designs are currently under construction by Future B Homes. We have the opportunity to follow the construction process with Future B Homes. These homes are available for purchase and prices start $309,000 and include quality finish packages. Check back often to watch the process.
Developer plans new homes for Crescent Village
When the Butlers were looking for their company’s next construction project, they knew that it needed to be something different from the homes that the company had been building for the past few years. “The market has changed,” says Mandi Butler. “People are looking for different design features in a home than they were 10 or even 5 years ago. Our lifestyles are changing; we all have less time and want to be conscious of how we use that time.” Future B Homes is very familiar with the North Gilham area and when they heard that there was an opportunity to design new single family homes in Crescent Village, the company saw this opportunity as a chance to build homes for today’s lifestyle. Very few builders are building speculative homes in the current economy, but the Butlers believe the company has enough market knowledge and experience to deliver what buyers want. “Crescent Village provides the low maintenance, convenience and efficiency that people are demanding in their homes now.” Future B Homes has been developing neighborhoods in North Eugene for over 30 years. Robert and Dorothy Butler built one of the company’s first homes on Crescent Avenue, and two generations later the family is following in their grandparents footsteps, having constructed over 200 homes in some of North Eugene’s premier neighborhoods: River Pointe, Crescent Meadows and, most recently, Hawthorne Estates. Future B Homes has designed two styles of homes for Crescent Village. The look will be very similar to the three story homes that line the east side of Lord Byron Place currently, but will have one-story less than their three-story cousins. The model home, on the front lot of Lord Byron, will be showcased on this year’s Tour of Homes. “Both home styles will have the master bedroom on the main level, which is a trend that we have found appeals to all types of people,” said Mandi. “Plus we have incorporated open living spaces that connect the living, dining and kitchen area. Despite the smaller footprint, the home will provide very generous storage areas, as well as flex spaces. "Wallace" PDF Information Flyer "Austen" PDF Information Flyer