This stone and shake shingle with covered front porch defines this American country house.
Drawing upon proven historical appeal, this plan offers American heritage with European flair.
America's colonial Georgian period is recalled by the clipped gabled roof designed for the cheerful exterior of the Sope Creek Plan.
Old Field House
This French country house, with its charming batten shutters, iron rails, and window boxes creates a beautiful union of stucco and stone.
This comfortable house, with its use of stone and stucco, continues the rich American country house tradition.
Stone and stucco are handsomely combined to give this house an appearance of elegance and strength.
New Haven Cottage
Our New Haven Cottage is a cottage in name only, with spacious rooms and graceful circulation.
This picturesque and rambling home with its simple strong detailing features a drive-thru porte cochere which accesses a tucked-away motor court.
Cedar shake siding and careful wood detailing give this vernacular country home its charm and friendly sophistication.
Fret-work railings, punctuated with Ionic columns are among the many elements giving this brick cottage its exceptional style and elegance.
This vernacular cottage, with its covered front porch, is reminiscent of days gone by and creates a warm and inviting atmosphere.
Our unique Cannon Creek plan is timeless in its use of quiet classical detailing, with gracefully functional arrangement of spaces and shapes inside.
This New England coastal style house offers all the proper elements with its cedar shake siding and fieldstone exteriors.