Country Living and the Benefits of On Your Lot Construction
Posted by HiLine Hal
June 9, 2015
When it comes to the architectural style of a home, you can enjoy country living with almost any house plan. With on your lot construction, it’s easier to enjoy the wide, opens space that allows you to grow a garden and even keep farm animals. By choosing a residential home builder in The Northwest that can build on your country lot, you avoid many of the limitations that come with a master-planned community or deed restricted subdivision. According to an article by StoneGable, the farmhouse kitchen is extremely popular at this time. Some owners put a farmhouse table in their kitchens and use vintage accents for a country feel. When selecting a builder and floor plan, think about how you will use your home as well as your yard.
Adding a Timber Frame Porch
Some residential home builders will add a timber frame porch to your house, which adds tremendous curb appeal. If you love the idea of sipping lemonade on your front porch while watching the flowers bloom in the summer or the rain fall, talk to a new home consultant about a timber frame porch.
Looking Out at a Garden
Some people want to gaze at their flower beds, but rather not see a vegetable garden, shed or small farm animals. Talk to your builder about your plans for your yard whether you own a quarter acre or 5 acres. Some floor plans come with panoramic bay windows or picture windows that bring in light and allow you to see what’s happening in your yard. With on your lot construction, you won’t end up stuck in a community that doesn’t allow you to do your own landscaping or garden.
Whether you recently retired or are still working at a job, country living can give you a feeling of freedom and reduce your stress. Part of the fun of buying a new construction home in The Northwest is being able to customize your space and decorate in the style you like. Whether you want a rustic interior or a totally modern look, rely on HiLine Homes. We can build you a timber frame porch as well as a home with a balcony. For more information about our one-story and two-story homes as well as our shell packages that let you do some of the work, please contact us.