This simple lap sided cottage with stone accent offers a wide courtyard entry and a double arch covered front porch to greet guests and welcome homeowners.
This American traditional wood-lap siding house with brick accents offers a welcoming appeal and enjoys a Porte-Cochere to the rear auto court.
This stone and shake shingle with covered front porch defines this American country house.
Bluff View Cottage
This lap sided, tin roofed Low Country Cottage is designed to maximize views from the Screened Porch running the length of the rear of the house.
Nantucket Country House
This Adirondack style shake and shingle mountain house is designed to take advantage of views from the back of the house.
Our stately plan is an updated classic featuring the balance and detailing beloved of the Georgian Style without sacrificing the convenience of good circulation and light-filled spaces.
Our plan is illustrated with an exterior of warm wood shingles, the perfect foil for the columned front entrance.
A family classic, the “Rockhill” was designed to meet the highest standards of comfort, convenience and practicality.
This Board-and-Batten Mountain Cottage Chalet has a courtyard and covered porch entryway.
The gables and flared rooflines create a distinctive look to this appealing country style house, whether built in brick and shingle or wood siding.
This Vernacular Style home works wonderfully for a Lake Home, beach home, mountain home and even for everyday casual living!
This lakeside retreat shown in stone and shingles is designed to capture beautiful views from the rear of the house.
Georgian Bay Cottage
This charming stone and shingle lake cottage greets visitors with a Covered Front Porch and Porte Cochere.
Bel Air Manor
This formal French Country house is presented in brick with board and batten shutters.
America's colonial Georgian period is recalled by the clipped gabled roof designed for the cheerful exterior of the Sope Creek Plan.
The Shelburne embodies what homeowners love about the rural homestead currently being rediscovered in America.
Oak Hill Lane
This all-time favorite, with its covered front porch and wood siding, is a welcome addition to any neighborhood.
Oak Hill Lane (Alternate)
This all time favorite plan with covered front porch and old fashioned lapped siding makes a welcome addition to any neighborhood.
Stone and stucco are handsomely combined to give this house an appearance of elegance and strength.