By Ellaine Mahe. House Plans. Published at Tuesday, March 12th, 2019 - 11:56:40 AM.
Outside the kitchen, the room that turns the most shoppers into buyers is the master bedroom, or “owner’s suite” as it’s often called in marketing material. The best masters register a strong romantic appeal. It’s easy to imagine them as sanctuaries; they offer the promise of relaxation and a good night’s sleep. The best masters make the most of outdoor views. They often connect to balconies and porches.
In an ever evolving need to separate work, play and living, the two story home offers plenty of space for flexible family living in a warm, cozy environment personally designed for individual families. Dramatic and majestic ceiling heights and rooms, formal and/or casual living spaces, extravagant or down-to-earth room designs and the addition of multi-functional and expansion areas are as varied in two storied homes as the people that occupy them. This creative canvas allows for homeowners to virtually custom design their space into the home of their dreams; oftentimes, without sacrificing privacy or space. Multi-storied homes offer degrees of living not found in other home types with specific delineated space in which to entertain, sleep and the affordability of attached outdoor space for children.
A welcoming porch and prominent gables with decorative brackets add curb appeal to this traditional split plan family home. The great room and dining area boast a cathedral ceiling and open to the spacious screen porch with its own built-in grill and sink for backyard entertaining. A mudroom off the garage includes a pantry, closets, and a seat for taking off shoes. The master suite features two walk-in closets and linen storage, plus a spacious bathroom with two sinks.
Can you imagine your builder offering to pay your energy bills for the first year? You dont feel pretty confident that you are getting an energy-efficient home! That’s the promise that designer Dave Jenkins’ builder clients can make when they build homes from one of his house plans. Electricity bills can be as little as $600 a year. “Homeowners think the bill is probably triple that, so it’s quite a value,” says Jenkins, who designs Energy Smart Home Plans. But how? And what kinds of features should you look for in an energy-saving house plan?
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