Plan 1 - LOH 3328 - Stately Cedar

This classic design was inspired by the rural countryside, where traditional early American farm homes dot the rolling landscape. Simple, yet beautiful. And like any other carryover from the past, this home design has been updated to fit a modern lifestyle in both form and function. An open floorplan offers connected yet distinct spaces to roam. In place of fully formed wall divisions, lightning, built-in features and implied wall divisions give each area its own unique personality. A separated primary suite is a retreat all its own, with a private egress to the beauty of the outdoors.

Plan 2 - LOH 3413 - Regal Elm

From the moment ranch style homes were introduced in the 1920s, they were a popular choice for families in search of space to grow. Demand steadily expanded well into the 1970s, cementing the ranch as a mainstay in American suburbia.
Our modern take brings form and function into the 2020s, ensuring this design will live on well into the future. The Thomas is packed with features that will appeal to a growing family or an older generation needing plenty of space to welcome visiting family or guests on one floor. A central gathering area, featuring distinct kitchen, living and dining areas, is connected to the outdoors by large windows and doors. Bedrooms include a sweeping primary suite and three secondary bedrooms, plus a flex room that can serve as a fourth bedroom or office.

Plan 3 - LOH 3409 - Grand Yaupon

Homeowners in search of a lifestyle connected to the outdoors need look no further than the Pentland Lake. Every space in this beautiful home was thoughtfully designed to offer direct views to the lush surroundings outside, offering the unique ability to feel at one with nature as you lounge indoors.
The home is studded with an abundance of windows and doors to flood the interior with sunshine, inspired by the concepts and principles featured in the book ‘Last Child in the Woods’ that teach us the benefits of natural light and connectedness to the outdoors. A large, private primary suite extends along the entire length of the side of the home, offering a welcomed oasis. Upstairs, a home office, large den and three secondary suites, each with a private bath, round out this stunner of a home.

Plan 4 – LOH 3338 - Elegant Willow

This is an Arts and Crafts-inspired two-story bungalow with a modern twist, featuring a diverse mix of media on its craftsman exterior design. Inside, enjoy a generous primary suite, in-home office and sprawling living areas downstairs.
A convenient mudroom/utility room off of the driveway makes easy and quick work of unloading after a shopping trip. Upstairs, two secondary bedrooms, a secondary suite, two full baths and a second living area/media room offer plenty of space for family and friends to stay and play. The Arts and Crafts style is one of the most diverse and blended early American architectural forms, highlighting open floor plans and an informal but cultured lifestyle. You’ll see that reflected here in the natural stones, bricks and woods that appear throughout the airy, light-filled living spaces that give way to easy access to the outdoors.

Plan 5 – LOH 3363 - Majestic Maple

A wraparound porch, centerpiece staircase, and central grand room bring an elegant twist to a design inspired by early American rural living. As always, careful thought was given to ensure natural light and a feeling of connection to the outdoors is felt throughout the home.
The modern kitchen, featuring a massive island perfect for entertaining, opens up to the stunning grand room so it remains connected to the life and soul of the home. A secluded secondary den, office and guest bedroom sit on the first floor, offering family and guests a sense of privacy without feeling secluded from the rest of the home. In the primary suite, a double-entry shower provides a beautiful backdrop wall for a luxurious soaking tub. Tucked away upstairs, you’ll find two additional bedrooms with a shared bath and a unique view over to the main entryway below.

Plan 6 – LOH 4078 – Noble Pecan

With over 4,000 square feet of thoughtfully designed living space that flows effortlessly to the outdoors, this home is perfect for those seeking some flexibility in how they live, work and play. On the main floor, two options for home offices, a massive primary suite, media room and three designated secondary bedrooms make smart use of every square foot available.

If a home office for work or school isn’t needed, the spaces can easily serve as additional bedrooms, or even a bedroom and dining room. Let your imagination run wild knowing these flex spaces are there to meet your every need or changing lifestyle. With all the primary living situated on the lower level, the second floor offers a bonus room with an available kitchenette and powder bath. This large bungalow-esque home keeps modern and early Americana working together hand-inhand.