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 number one 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, FAIBDlarrygarnett@larrygarnettdesigns.comwww.smartlivinghomedesigns.com254.897.3518Plan sizeFirst floor: 702 sfSecond floor: 525 sfWidth: 19 feetDepth: 47 feet
The Patio Plan
ArchitectRichard C. Handlen, AIA, LEED APEDI International Inc.email@example.comPlan sizeTotal: 1,600 sfWidth: 45 feetDepth: 60 feet
ArchitectDonald F. Evans, AIAThe Evans Groupdevans@theevansgroup.comwww.theevansgroup.com407.650.8770Plan sizeTotal: 1,464 sfWidth: 40 feetDepth: 80 feet
ArchitectTodd Hallett, AIA, CAPSTK Design and Associatesinfo@tkhomedesign.comwww.tkhomedesign.com248.446.1960Plan sizeMain Level: 1,639 sfPorches: 43 sfWidth: 40 feet 8 inchesDepth: 54 feet 4 inches2-Car Garage: 395 sf
ArchitectGMD Design GroupScott Gardner, AIAscott@gmddesigngroup.com919.320.3022Donnie McGrathdonnie@gmddesigngroup.com770.375.7351