Selecting a Floor
Selecting a Floor Plan or Developing the Design of your new home

This creative process may start with rough sketches, pictures from magazines, a home from a plan book or simply an idea.

Land Evaluation
Land Evaluation or Selecting your Home Site

We can also assist you in finding the perfect site for your new home.

Determining the Cost
Determining the Cost of the Home and it’s finishes

Working from the floor plan you have selected, we will provide you with an initial budget

Construction of Your Home
Construction of Your Home

The construction of a home is 80% planning and 20% building. Plan right, build right!

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Mt. Harvard Rancher

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Mt. Harvard (156) Total square footage from 1,705 to 3,100 sq ft

Ranch style - 2 bedroom - 2 bath - 2 or 3 car garage - fireplace- unfinished lower level

The Mt. Harvard is our largest rancher. The foyer invites you into the home with a guest bedroom or study nearby. A private bath for the bedroom may be incorporated into this design. The Great Room concept shines here with plenty of space for formal dining or spread out the living area. The kitchen is the center of action, efficiently designed to allow a group to cook together and entertain. The island may be used for serving or food preparation. The master suite is secluded from the action of the residence as a retreat. A lovely spacious bedroom has an adjoining 5 piece master bath and delivers plenty of closet space. The nearby laundry makes a short walk to do the wash. Downstairs may be finished with up to three additional bedrooms, a large family/game area with space for a pool table and two potential baths. Plus there is plenty of storage too for up to 5 bedrooms and a total of 3,205 finished square feet.


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