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Victor Myers Custom Homes & Real Estate
5 Reviews
Dartmouth Remodel
Victor Myers Custom Homes & Real Estate
Is this home single level? Sq footage??
It started as a single story ranch. We added a second story space, however most of the living is on a single story.
style for home
“Virgen? Cruz?” — icroa
JAUREGUI Architecture Interiors Construction
24 Reviews
Italian Elegance
This beautiful home right outside of Dallas is just over 16,000 square feet. It was designed, built and furnished in 20 months.
Chandelier. This beautiful home right outside of Dallas is just over 16,000 square feet. It was designed, built and furnished in 20 months.
2 story study/library
This home office is fantastic
Love the 2 story...Library two story
“study” — alara12
2 Reviews
Kenilworth Private Residence 2
The addition and renovation of this French Provincial-inspired home integrates seamlessly with the existing residence featuring a limestone exterior, slate mansard roofs, and copper accents. Expansive arched openings and interior art glass open up the once-segmented floor plan providing free-flowing
What is the name of the stone and color on this home? Also, where do I buy? What is the the trim paint color
Thank you for your interest in our project. The stone on the garage matches the home and it is an Ashlar Stone. The stain on the door is custom blended to match the ebony clad window color.
in the plans, however we do not sale plans used on previous projects. We would be happy to talk with you about how we can work together to achieve a home design that works for your specific needs. Please contact our office to discuss further 312.846.6292
“Stone color” — tmarche
Ken Gutmaker Architectural Photography
Bay Street
Reminds me of houses at home in SF.
San Francisco may be famous for Victorians, but it is also home to many Spanish eclectic dwellings. Arched windows and spiral columns with just enough tile roofing provide plenty of character here. Note the use of wrought iron for the plant balcony and the use of leaded stained glass in the flanking
“paint color” — kywy
Markay Johnson Construction
3 Reviews
Atherton Estate Luxury Home by Markay Johnson Construction
Atherton Estate Luxury Home by Markay Johnson Construction
Shingle styled home boasts a free flowing open staircase with a two-story light filled entry. The functional style and design of this welcoming floor plan invites open porches and creates a natural unique blend to its surroundings. Bleached stained walnut wood flooring runs though out the home giving the
the home a warm comfort, while pops of subtle colors bring life to each rooms design. Completing the masterpiece, this Markay Johnson Construction original reflects the forethought of distinguished detail, custom cabinetry and millwork, all adding charm to this American Shingle classic. Architect: John
“windows” — chantallethomas
Board and Vellum
20 Reviews
The brightly colored home helps contrast the dark Seattle days and works well with the adjacent homes which are also bright colors. Landscaping is a future project. ...
look our house! This is a good remodel of a seattle home including the basement.
individual style and not caring if the people who stop and take pictures every day love it or hate it — it’s something I love to read about.Full story: Houzz Tour: A Home Built for Legos
“house paint” — Melanie Jackson
Mediterranean Exterior
The look of this, in relation to the second story walkway just feels right. Something about the dimensions and the size. The center of the courtyard, although plain here, is the right idea of what you
courtyard. And as I may have slipped, our dream home plan is nicknamed "the courtyard house".
love the 2nd story walk
Adapted Monterrey style home
Dream home...Number of stories
“nice” — 3440winslow
Las Casitas Architecture & Interiors, Inc.
1 Review
Exterior evening
I would like this style of home if I
Do you love this three-story marvel?
3 stories...My next home...Dream home...Number of stories
“like exterior” — brbanegas
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