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.
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.
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.
The Shelburne embodies what homeowners love about the rural homestead currently being rediscovered in America.
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.
Oak Hill Lane
This all-time favorite, with its covered front porch and wood siding, is a welcome addition to any neighborhood.
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 delightful country house, with its stone and lapped siding, features a series of porches that are as beautiful as they are functional.