Take a tour of this beautiful estate house plan with three-car garage! This 4 bedroom, 4 1/2 bathroom, walkout basement home plan situated on a small lake creates your ultimate escape for rest and relaxation. A stone portico with a timber-wood accent, creates a stunning first impression. Inside, find exceptionally designed decorative ceilings and artistic details throughout. For outdoor living, this design offers a screened porch, private master suite porch, and a spacious rear patio. See all the gorgeous details and photography below!
Home Design : Best Staircases For Style, Flow, and Location
The Carrera #1178
Staircases: Style And Flow 101 for your home design
When you are building a house, you may be surprised by some of the choices you get to make, including staircase style and location. Does your home lend itself well to a glass staircase or a wooden staircase? What about a spiraling staircase with ornate banisters leading from the main floor to the bedrooms? Or, would a more modest, hidden staircase be a better fit? Here are some tips to help you choose a home design with a staircase that will fit well.
Sunrooms, Screened & Covered Porchs – House Plans with outdoor living!
The Hartwell #1221
The unmatchable beauty of house plans with outdoor living!
This summer, imagine future years spent enjoying the outdoors at home — picture yourself or your clients celebrating the seasons with any of the wonderful house plans with outdoor living that we offer at Donald A. Gardner Architects!
Mudroom and utility room layout : Tips For Organizing A Useful Space In Your Home
The Sutton #1261
When building a home, one of the features that you will find in many new home plans is a utility room or mudroom.
These rooms can be a great asset to your home, but they can quickly turn into a catchall for clutter. Intelligent, clutter-free utility room designs can help you make the most out of this area, turning it into a valuable storage room for your family.
When you build a home, one of the benefits is the fact that you can tailor the home to meet the specific needs of your family members. Yet if you have a pet, it’s easy to overlook the design elements that make a home pet friendly as well as people friendly.