The Hills Creek's exterior has the classic look of a European or prairie home, but its single-level interior has all the earmarks of an updated ranch. Standing at the kitchen sink, you can look out across a raised and gracefully curved eating bar, into the dining area, great room and patio. Gridded windows, set high, flank the living room's masonry fireplace, while shelves fill the spaces below them. The utility room and a well-appointed owners' suite fill the left wing; two more bedrooms are on the right.
An abundance of natural light washes into this roomy cabin home plan through a four-high stack of windows in its central A-frame. The living room’s vaulted ceiling soars two stories high near the windows. Its spacious living area is open to the kitchen, across a long peninsular eating counter. Two bedrooms, two bathrooms and a wide loft are upstairs.
The urban living project constructed by Future B Homes located at Crescent Village in Eugene, Oregon 1st home is complete. This home was also featured in the 2011 Lane County Tour of Homes held in July. Previous posts highlighed the construction of the Goldenheart designed by Associated Designs. Future construction will be the Rock Creek and Montrose plans. These townhome designs are perfect for high density compact narrow lots. Of the 3 designs the widest is the pictured Goldenheart at 34'4" wide, yet as the photos show this home lives large. Below is a photo tour of the Goldenheart and also features the quality construction Future B Homes is known for.
A welcoming porch spans the front of this contemporary townhome with a Mediterranean flavor. One window-bright room comprises the dining room, living room and kitchen. A partially covered rear patio is accessible from this gathering space. The owners’ suite is on the ground floor; two bedrooms, a bathroom, and a loft are upstairs.
This spacious prairie-style home is designed for construction on land that slopes up at the rear. On the main (upper) floor, a large great room with a fireplace is completely open to an even larger room that comprises the dining room and kitchen. The owners' suite is on the main floor, and more bedrooms are below. Both levels have covered decks and/or patios.
This compact ranch-style home exudes a measure of traditional country charm, while being fairly inexpensive to build and maintain. A conversation bar fronts the kitchen's long work island, which doubles as a dining room buffet. Standing at the kitchen sink, you can keep tabs on the porch and rear yard, while staying attuned to indoor activities.
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.