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One Plan, Multiple Elevations: The Delray

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One Plan, Multiple Elevations: The Delray

For these homes, the plan’s massing allows for a variety of authentic styles, and all elevations emphasize the front porch


January 6, 2020
The Modern Farmhouse-style elevation for The Delray house plan
The Delray house plan's massing allows for a variety of authentic styles, including Modern Farmhouse (shown).

DESIGNERS: GMD Design Group 

Scott Gardner, scott@gmddesigngroup.com, 919.320.3022 

Donnie McGrath, donnie@gmddesigngroup.com, 770.375.7351

DIMENSIONS: Width: 50 feet, Depth: 60 feet, Living area: 1,872 sf

 

Working with HHHunt Homes, GMD Design Group created The Delray, one of four plans for an active adult cluster development. The site plan of the cluster (below) is designed to create great streetscapes by limiting the number of driveways. This approach allows the exterior of the homes to be the primary focus, with elevations devoid of garage doors. The plan’s massing also allows for a variety of authentic styles, and all elevations have a strong emphasis on front porches. The Delray plan is presented here in eight elevation styles for the four plans: Modern Farmhouse, Greek Revival, Craftsman, and European Cottage.

 

The Delray home design elevation A

 

The Delray home design elevation B

 

The Delray home design elevation B

 

The Delray home design elevation D

 

The Delray home design elevation E

 

The Delray home design elevation F

 

The Delray home design elevation G

 

The Delray home design elevation H

 

The Delray elevation key

 

The Delray home design site plan

 

 

The Delray home design plan

 

 

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