Planning to build a home in New England?
Before you take the plunge you should carefully consider where you want to build your home, your specific needs, and the lifestyle you want to lead in order to ensure the home you build is the right choice.
First things first,
Where are you building your new home?
New England is a large area whose geography covers beautiful rural landscapes, metropolitan urban areas, and scenic rocky coastlines.
Not all floorplans match these areas. When considering a new home you should take into account where you will ultimately build and what the demands of each area are.
For instance, living in New England comes with snow, and building a home in a more rural area means you might need a mudroom so you can store your wet coats and boots without sullying the nicer hardwood or carpeted rooms in your home.
What are your needs?
The floor plan you choose will be very dependent on the size of your family. If you have or are planning to have children, a larger floor plan might be necessary to meet the space needed to live comfortably.
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Contrarily, families without children or those who are looking for something simple might consider a more economical floor plan that is more affordable and easier to maintain.
What is your lifestyle?
Are you a social butterfly or are you more of a homebody?
Considering the size and layout of your floor plan is essential to how you plan on utilizing your space. People who entertain guests regularly might want a larger more open floor plan with plenty of space for people to mix and mingle, whereas someone more introverted might want a more intimate, cozy space to relax and unwind in.
Our featured home designs are sure to meet your specific needs and if they don’t we’re happy to work with you to make sure your dream home becomes a reality.