Custom Homes That Won’t Break Your Budget
By HiLine Hal
When some people think of custom homes, they imagine homes with wine rooms, marble staircases, carved Moroccan doors, and an infinity-edge pool with cascading waterfall. Fortunately, there are residential home builders who construct custom homes for people on an average income as well. By choosing a builder who offers a price-lock guarantee and who lets you build on your own lot, you can watch them build the dream home you can afford.
At HiLine Homes, we offer smartly designed, well-built homes that are budget-friendly. We also have affordable shell packages designed for homeowners who want to have HiLine do the main structural work and then do the finished work themselves.
Cozy plans that are budget-friendly
Whether you are on a fixed income as a retiree or are starting out as a newlywed couple, you can enjoy living in a custom home. With a starter-type home, your monthly mortgage could be less than you are currently paying in rent. Making the move from apartment living to owning a single-family home is an exciting opportunity, especially when you find out it’s an affordable move.
Two-story houses on a budget
Some people think two-story homes are out of their price range. Custom home builders such as HiLine Homes can construct entry-level, two-story homes with more than 1,600 square feet, three bedrooms, and two and a half bathrooms. Having a fully covered porch and a den on the main floor as well as three bedrooms on the upper level makes it easy to raise a young family. You can view our floor plans to find the right home that meets your needs.
HiLine Homes constructs custom homes all over the Pacific Northwest and offers you a variety of economical choices in cabinetry, countertops, flooring, and other interior details. Meet with our home consultants to talk about a home that is right for you. For more information on budget-friendly one-story and two-story floor plans, please contact us.
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