Single-Level Living Floorplans

There is a strong demand for homes where people can age-in-place.  We design homes for future needs, incorporating what is called universal design. Universal design includes wider door openings to allow comfortable passage for those in wheelchairs. Other features include the placement of electrical and plumbing fixtures in accessible places and design elements such as stepless showers. These homes often include varying ceiling heights in certain rooms that give the home added impact.

The Maryland Collection

First floor is approximately 1,933 finished square feet and the optional finished lower level shown adds an additional 1,400 finished square feet.

First floor is approximately 2,375 finished square feet and the optional finished lower level shown adds an additional 2,260 finished square feet.

First floor is approximately 2,563 finished square feet and the optional finished lower level shown adds an additional 1,460 finished square feet.

First floor is approximately x,xxx finished square feet and the optional finished lower level shown adds an additional x,xxx finished square feet.

 

In addition to one-story homes we have seen an increased demand for homes with owner’s suites on the first floor with bedrooms on the second floor for guests and children returning home from college.

The Shifflett Residence
The Sofranco Residence
The Tresler Residence