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The Breann’s country style wraparound porch sends a welcoming message to visitors, as well as to family members returning home at the end of the day.

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A unique curved wall adds a contemporary touch to the classic columned verandah that wraps around the front facade of the Costella. Inside, a graceful polished wood balustrade nestles into the curve, ascending the lofty two-story foyer as it rises to what you might be tempted to call the sec…

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Entering the Adriane (332-260), the first impression is one of spaciousness. Vaulted ceilings soar over your head in the entry, living room and dining room, and the rooms are not small to start with.

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You can’t tell how unique this home is from the street. The Prestige looks like a standard contemporary home with lap siding, a tile roof and two stone pillars supporting the gabled entryway. But there’s nothing traditional about this Hawaii-inspired floor plan.

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With only 769 square feet on the main level and an additional 453 square feet for storage and sleeping in the loft area, the Kois (401-42) presents a floor plan for a compact but fun-filled home away from home. A central stairway takes you to the loft, which has a safety railing and is open …

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The remarkable Raleigh (334-010) is a unique home tailored for the family that enjoys life. Pleasing to the eye, the brick and wood trim exterior, with a covered front porch and myriad windows, exhibits an elegance in which any homeowner will take pride.

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The Vesta (403-37) was designed for the busy household with many features that makes living easier. As you enter the home, there is a garden window facing the front for the avid herb and spice grower. It is in the kitchen over the double sink. The balance of the kitchen is spread out with a …

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The 4,195 square foot Page (403-44) is highlighted by an innovative octagonal floor plan that permits a free flow of foot traffic throughout. An attractive wood exterior, a wrap-around front deck and plenty of windows, allowing an unobstructed view of the surrounding landscape, accentuate th…

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Tiled or brick, the Wester’s (403-16) odd-angled entry is lofty, practical and appealing. Muddy footgear will not do any damage here that can’t be easily remedied. A large coat closet is just the first example of the generous storage space found throughout.

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This beautiful home with a covered walk-around porch would be perfect in a setting of trees or in a landscaped area. The Lloyd (406-24) has 2,771 square feet of living area with three bedrooms as well as a guest suite that could be used as an in-law suite if needed. Numerous windows are scat…

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If you want a home that is easy to maintain, and fits on a small lot, the Ko (403-45) just might pique your interest. It measures a compact 48 feet by 40 feet and provides slightly more than 1,050 square feet of living space. This plan could also serve as a duplex, with the second unit mirro…

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If you are looking for a place to put a porch swing, take a look at the Hopkins (402-24). The long, covered porch of this Country-Contemporary home provides an eye-appealing facade as it sweeps across the front and around one side.

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The Dykstra (405-11) is a very elegant looking home of 2,350 square feet. The façade has numerous windows, varied rooflines acting as accents, and an elongated two-car garage facing the street. Brick has been used to complement the wood siding and shake roof.

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Brick detailing and Victorian styling gives the Catalpa (333-143) an exterior rich in striking details. Most dramatic is the two-level arched window. Wide bay windows accentuate the curves, a country-style front porch with turned posts creates a welcoming entrance, and varied rooflines add v…

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The Association (403-15) is a small home; a little less than 1,600 square feet, but it does not feel small if you are standing in any of the communal living areas. And it’s naturally bright. Every room has a large window, with the exception of the living room, which has four.

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Open spaces and plenty of room are available for growing families in the sprawling 2,886-square-foot, two-story Schram (401-31). From the wrap-around front porch to the unfinished basement, this is a home that allows you to decide how the space is to be used.

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Brick accents, a front gable and a railed, wrap-around covered porch add to the country-style charm of the Wehba (405-33). It is a medium-sized home revolving around a large living room. Quiet rooms—the den and master suite—are to the left of the living room and the children’s rooms are to t…

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Family living spaces are a top priority in the Westminster (332-230), a contemporary two-story country style home with plenty of room for a large family to spread out. A long wrap-around covered porch in front, and a wide deck in the back provide additional options outdoors.

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A farmhouse porch adds a dash of country flavor to the Toucan (332-300), a story and a half contemporary ranch-style home designed for a family with older or grown children. The owners’ suite is downstairs, so adults can meet all their needs without ever climbing stairs.

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The Sunrise (408-37) has an interesting facade. It has four different rooflines with a three-car garage on the left and a covered porch on the right. There are two large windows facing the street as well as numerous windows all around the home, bathing the interior with natural light.

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Slender brick columns support a dramatic gabled porch that adds to the visual appeal of the Tamarisk (333-190), a large contemporary-country home designed for construction on a good-sized parcel of land. Almost all the rooms in this plan are large. Vaulted ceilings in the entry, guest suite,…

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Carriage lights on the front facade of the three-car garage give a country estate flavor to the Shamrock (332-240), while the wrap-around porch gives it a comfortable, welcoming look. The varied textures of stucco, brick, lap siding and cedar shakes add to the street appeal.

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Interesting interior angles and an abundance of modern amenities add pizzazz to the Oakdale, a small single-story contemporary home equally suited to empty nesters or a family with young children.

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A beautiful, old ranch-style home with skylights, wrap-around porch and a three-car garage describes the McClain (405-15). This two-story home has bay windows in front as well as numerous other windows across the façade that bathe the many rooms in natural light.

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With three bedrooms and a spacious guest suite upstairs, a full range of family living areas downstairs and abundant storage space, the McKinney (402-26) is definitely designed with the needs of a large family in mind. A long, wide country-style wrap-around porch complete with columns and ra…

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The Claus (404-43) is designed for entertaining. The vaulted central living area is unique in its hexagon shape, giving distinct separation while taking advantage of the available views. The living room has a wet bar conveniently located for snacks and beverages while entertaining.

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Uniquely spacious, the Williamsburg 2 (406-49) is ideal for a first-time buyer or the couple who wants convenient spaces for retirement. This home has an extremely open floor plan that could easily be made for wheel chairs simply by changing the front steps to a ramp and enlarging the doors.

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Looking for an elegant and classic rambler with a wrap-around porch? The Somerset (500-12) has all those qualities and many more. It is a large home with 3,128 square feet. It has a big three-car garage. There are two covered porches or decks, with pillars as well as railings. The rooflines …

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A wide front porch, complete with columns and railings, gives a welcoming look to the Templeton. And inside, a long bench in the airlock entryway provides a place to shuck off muddy footgear, which can then be stored beneath.

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Copper roofing crowns an oriel window to add street appeal to the Spruce (333-021), a compact contemporary home with more amenities than you’d expect to find packed into 1,500 square feet of living space.

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The two-story Sagittarius (336-140) combines elegance with livability in a floor design that is spacious and functional. With the master suite on the lower floor and the rest of the sleeping areas on the upper floor, the Sagittarius is ideal for a family with school-age children. This plan w…

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Contemporary with accents of brick and wood, the Ogden (408-04) has 2,544 square feet of living area. There is a three-car garage that has one bay vaulted. In the back of the garage is a workbench as well as an enclosed shop. The shop has a fan for air circulation and steps leading to the ma…

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The Newport (334-220), with a handsome brick and wood exterior, is a country style house with a versatile floor plan that can be adapted to a variety of lifestyles. With the master suite and guest accommodations on the first floor, the two bedroom second level may be closed off when not in u…

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Country charm and modern living are merged in the impressive design of the Linda Lee (404-05). This two-story beauty can fit a variety of lifestyles. With three bedrooms comprising the entire second floor, this plan is perfect for a family with older children still at home that need a certai…

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An ideal setting for the Imperial (408-35) is a large wooded area with lots of trees and yard. This long rambling ranch home has 2,561 square feet of open living area with many extras. The exterior has covered porches over half the home. Long glass windows are all around the home as well as …

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Comfort with elegance; spaciousness with many extra features describes the ranch style of the Rhapsody (338-050). The exterior is brick with a large wrap-around-covered porch. Creative natural light is provided by skylights and light tubes. Disguising the garage is a brick planter under a ro…

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The Hand (407-09) is a unique two-story home with an unfinished basement, ideal for a lot overlooking the ocean or a valley. It has 1,801 square feet of living area with an additional 421 square available once the basement is finished. There is a walk-around deck on two sides of the home wit…

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The unique floor plan of the Gayle (403-33) is a perfect match for a family that might need more living space in the future. In addition to the 3,080 square foot main floor, there is an unfinished attic that could offer another 1,766 square feet for prospective development. An exquisite wood…

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If yours is a family that is searching for a floor plan that will give you more for your building dollar, the 1,260 square foot Blackberry (404-13) might just fill the bill. Economical to build and maintain, this three-bedroom home combines excellent use of the available space with an easy f…

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Half timbering in the gables gives a Tudor flavor to the Sequoia (333-173), a large two-story brick and stucco home with up to six bedrooms and a large family theater. Most of the time, the family theater serves as a regular family room. What’s unique is that the room can be fully enclosed t…

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The unique shape of the Vanderbush (406-28) is eye catching. It is a tall two-story home with two separate rooflines. The facade is filled with numerous windows, including a bay window over the two-car garage. A porch runs across in front of the door and bedroom window, adding another roofline.

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The Rutledge (405-18) has the look of a farmhouse with its two stories and full covered porch in the front. The mix of brick and wood adds to the look and feel of the facade. To the right side of the home is a two-car garage that runs the full length of the right side.

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Dreaming is not only done in homes, but about homes. Homes are the accumulation of necessary need, small comforts and lavish luxuries. The Prima Donna (338-990) is extraordinary in the numerous amenities that are provided. Wrap-around porches on two sides of the home, varied rooflines and a …