“Effortless Living, Designed for You: A One-Story Gem with Style and Function”

This 1,476 sq/ft one-story home offers three bedrooms and two baths, with a special focus on the master suite—featuring a walk-in closet and a 9-to-10-foot tray ceiling. The split-bedroom layout ensures privacy, while the open-concept kitchen with an island flows into the great room for easy entertaining. Additional perks include main floor laundry and covered front and rear porches. Built with economical 2×4 framing and a siding exterior, this home combines practicality and style.

Floor Plans




Total: 1476
Main Floor: 1476


Width: 51′ 6″
Depth: 53′ 6″


Beds: 3
Baths: 2


Garage: Optional
Foundation: Basement or Crawlspace


Ceiling Details : 9′ to 10′ tray ceiling in Master Bedroom

Main Ceiling : 9′


Primary Pitch : 8:12

Roof Framing : Conventional

Roof Type : Shingle

Secondary Pitch : 4:12

Exterior Wall Framing

Exterior Wall Finish : Siding

Framing : 2 x 4

Bedroom Features

Main Floor Bedrooms

Main Floor Master Bedroom

Split Bedrooms

Walk In Closet

Kitchen Features

Kitchen Island

Additional Room Features

Great Room Living Room

Main Floor Laundry

Outdoor Spaces

Covered Front Porch

Covered Rear Porch


Economical To Build

About Pricing

  • Base Price: The above home price includes the cost of the home built to the standard features from the top of foundation wall going vertical. This includes delivery and setup of the on the foundation. The foundation is not included, nor are the utility connections such as wells or septic. Those fall under the site development budget.
  • Site Development: Site development budget is not included in the base price of the home. Site development refers to the preparation of the land where your home is built. Garages or porches you may see in the renderings are not part of the base site construction. See Site Development for more info.
  • Travel Radius Surcharge: For properties situated beyond our standard 30-mile radius, there may be an increase in the base price. This increase is due to factors like additional travel time and other associated costs.
  • Regional Requirements: Some locations may have additional engineering requirements due to the location of the building site. For instance, areas prone to high winds or heavy snowfall may require special structural reinforcements or design modifications to ensure longevity and safety. Example: A house in a snowy mountain region might need a steeper roof pitch and additional roof supports to meet required snow loads. Click here to see where we build.