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Home DesignWith over 20 original designs ranging from 14 to 22 squares, the Smart Living Series offers a selection of modern, highly functional floor plans. Learn about our approach to modifying and existing floor plan or home style to suit your budget, lifestyle and build site. With former Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture faculty member and custom home designer Aris George. Whether you’re ready to build your dream home, already building or just have a few questions, we’re here to help.

Turkel Design creates homes of classic simplicity and enduring elegance, with clean lines and the beauty of natural materials. Through our partnership with Turkel, we offer high-quality, contemporary designs for clients who want a unique, architect-designed home.

Lindal Traditionals bring together the best of the past and the present. Inspired by the rich heritage of residential architecture in North America, our traditional homes feature light-filled designs and wraparound porches in farmhouse and craftsman styles.

Choosing flooring that works throughout a home is difficult. Our experts are extremely useful here as they can advise on what is best and most likely to remain in style for a longer period of time. For example, a kitchen floor is used every day and so something hard wearing is important, whereas carpeting in a bedroom and dressing room can add a modern and more glamorous feel to a room.

Square footage numbers are approximate and drawings shown may not be to scale. Dates and times subject to change without notice. Homebuyers may be limited in the options and upgrades which can be made to homes which are finished or already under construction. Move-in dates are not guaranteed. All listed homes subject to prior sale. All sales are subject to the terms and conditions set forth in the Purchase Agreement.

Baby boomers preferred rustic décor and plenty of accessories. Luckily for us, Millennials are keen on functionality and minimalistic design to keep a clutter -free home. That’s not to say that rustic and natural materials aren’t found in their homes, they are just limited in number. Part of this is due to the smaller spaces they are occupying , but it’s also because the increased use of technology means many accessories that were once physically found in the home can now be condensed into the palms of their hands.