House plans for today’s first-time buyers must combine value with delivering on their desire for amenities
Quite simply, designing and building homes for the first-time buyer is more challenging in today’s market than ever before. As always, price is the No. 1 concern. However, many newcomers have very high expectations. They want the amenities, materials, and design they enjoyed in their Baby Boomer parent’s home or their luxury apartment.
DesignerLarry Garnett, FAIBD254.897.3518Plan sizeFirst floor: 702 sfSecond floor: 525 sfWidth: 19 feetDepth: 47 feet
The Patio Plan
ArchitectRichard C. Handlen, AIA, LEED AP415.362.2880Plan sizeTotal: 1,600 sfWidth: 45 feetDepth: 60 feet
ArchitectDonald F. Evans, AIA407.650.8770Plan sizeTotal: 1,464 sfWidth: 40 feetDepth: 80 feet
ArchitectTodd Hallett, AIA, CAPS248.446.1960Plan sizeMain Level: 1,639 sfPorches: 43 sfWidth: 40 feet 8 inchesDepth: 54 feet 4 inches2-Car Garage: 395 sf
ArchitectScott Gardner, AIA919.320.3022Donnie McGrath770.375.7351