The Chesapeake at Foxtail Square

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Single-story homes target empty nesters and include room for friends and family to visit

Chesapeake plan in Foxtail Square
September 15, 2015

Targeting empty nesters, the Chesapeake plan in Foxtail Square is a single-level home inspired by East Coast seaside design. The goal of the exterior was to deliver curb appeal while preventing a three-car garage from dominating. The entry features 17-foot ceilings, with light spilling in from a gable window above the front door. 

In the living spaces, ceiling beams and a floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace give spacious scale. Bedrooms and baths are closed off by a barn door, facilitating privacy for multi-gen living. The master suite is set away from other bedrooms to enable additional privacy, with a laundry room that connects to the master closet and has additional access from the back mudroom hall. The office, tucked off the back hallway, features a closet to open up flex-room possibilities. The home has a HERS score of 56.

Bronze
Single-Family Production, between 2,001 and 3,100 sf
The Chesapeake at Foxtail Square, Eagle, Idaho
Entrant: Tresidio Homes (builder, architect)
Developer: M3 Cos.
Photographer: Kevin Wood Boise RE Photo
Size: 2,779 sf
Sales Price: $379,000
Hard cost (excluding land): $76.26/sf

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