The Pinewood Cottage house plan 1634 is now available!
This charming cottage from Donald A. Gardner Architects features a simple siding façade with cedar shakes, stone, and metal roof accents. A prominent center dormer and a front porch with bold columns attracts attention.
Buying and moving into a newly built house is an exciting experience. It can feel like your home is a blank canvas awaiting your personal touch, and for good reason. After all, you are the first person to make a mark on the space. As you anticipate the big day, keep in mind these tips for moving into a new build.
This barndominium house plan from Donald A. Gardner Architects is the perfect blend of country charm and modern amenities. The board-and-batten façade is highlighted by decorative gable trusses and a stone chimney.
This European-inspired house plan from Donald A. Gardner Architects features a board-and-batten exterior complemented by stone and cedar shakes. The hip roof is adorned with metal accents and decorative cupolas while columns and arches create a welcoming entry to the front porch.
This two-story bungalow from Donald A. Gardner Architects features an eye-catching center dormer and a spacious front porch with bold tapered columns. The narrow footprint is wrapped in siding with cedar shake and brick accents.