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Bill Fry Construction - Wm. H. Fry Const. Co.
34 Reviews
Napa Valley style custom estate home by custom home builder,Saratoga CA
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Napa Valley style custom estate home by custom home builder,Saratoga CA
5000 square foot custom home with pool house and basement in Saratoga, CA (San Francisco Bay Area). The exterior is in a modern farmhouse style with bat on board siding and standing seam metal roof. Luxury features include Marvin Windows, copper gutters throughout, natural stone columns and wainscot
the landscaping. Inside there is over a mile of wood moulding. The ~5000 square foot home has a basement which can also be accessed from outside (see the metal railing on the left). It also has a pool house. This home is so big that I couldn't get a photo of the whole house! In spite of its size, there
but a good job is rarely noticed - see how all the bats line up just perfectly on the pool house in the following link? You'll notice this level of planning under the gable roof of the main photo as well: http://www.houzz.com/photos/53485/Bay-Area-Outdoor-Living-Areas--Pool-House--Stone-Masonry-Firepl
“Again, Column is nice/Batton Board detail?” — Exquisite Designs Inc.
Louise Lakier
1 Review
The Salsa House
Ideabooks2,334
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Is this house a plan you can buy?
Could do something like this on acreage somewhere in FL, maybe stilt home?
Great floor plan, not the color
Small cabin made of salvaged materials, efficient space planning and thoughtful details. Windows keep interior bright and cheerful.
The original 950-square-foot home was built in the 1920s, and it was already a bit cozy. Walter and Blair built their own home toward the back of the property."We spent hours looking at images to find that perfect blue and orange," Dalinda says. "We found the yellow from a colored pencil, the paint person
A couple's permanent residence on Vashon Island, in Washington state. Nicknamed "The Salsa House," this home has one of the most exuberant exteriors I've ever seen.
“FUN!” — Inge Lundegaard
Gryboski Builders Inc.
8 Reviews
Rustic Comfort
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Classic Rutic comfort with warm tones yet edgy textures make this a home you will want to curl up in.
would love to see a floor plan of this house. Any idea where I can view one?
I'm glad to hear you like the home unfortunately we can't release the floor plans for custom homes as they are copyrighted. If you are in the Green Bay area call me to set up a time to meet and review the plans. If you are interested in purchasing the plans call me to discuss, I can contact the Owners
“extra front bed” — jayzet
Sustainable Design Group
7 Reviews
Bethesda Earth Home
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This passive solar addition transformed this nondescript ranch house into an energy efficient, sunlit, passive solar home. The addition to the rear of the building was constructed of compressed earth blocks. These massive blocks were made on the site with the earth from the excavation. With the addition
radiant floor. A new wood fireplace is an 80% efficient, low emission unit. With Energy Star appliances and LED lighting, the energy consumption of this home is very low. The addition of infrastructure for future photovoltaic panels and solar hot water will allow energy consumption to approach zero.
floors. One of the most luxurious things you can do to make your bathroom toasty in chilly weather is invest in radiant-heat flooring. If you are planning any renovations, learn more about what this entails and what the payoffs are. If you don't have room in the budget for such a large investment, talk
“Heated floor (geothermal)” — preranadubal
Duo Dickinson, architect
33 Reviews
After
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Feasiblity and cost. A main-level addition on a flat property can be the least expensive square footage you add to your home.
interconnected. But unless you have the funds and the desire to tackle the whole house at once, take it in stages. But first make sure you have a game plan, so you know what the end result will be.
the costs can easily rival the cost of a second-story addition — or even be higher. Talk with your architect and contractor about which parts of your plan are cost drivers, and make choices that will limit their impact.
Feasiblity and cost. A main-level addition on a flat property can be the least expensive square footage you add to your home. But if you throw in a steep slope, an addition below grade, complicated tie-ins to the existing house or difficult access to the construction area
“stacked windows” — Keith Nemlich
Katy Allen, Nella Designs
1 Review
Wildflower Kitchen
Ideabooks1,161
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How do you go about getting a set of architectural plans for this home?
Another open floor plan idea
Open floor plan...plan casa 1
“Kitchen family room combo” — rwebk
New Urban Home Builders
11 Reviews
Exterior
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Can i purchase the design and floor plan and elevations of this home? dan@danliese.com 401-742-3216 Dan Liese
Thank you for the question. Here is a link for this plan. A local residential designer designed the home, but now has the plan on his online plan site. www.sketchmypad.com I hope this helps. Thanks again.
“porch” — tlq185
Luci.D Interiors
1 Review
My Houzz: Eclectic Style and Color Rule Here
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open floor plan, white walls with rich wood and bright colors with lots of light. I want the doors and windows
Layout; light (from My Houzz: lively color animates a traditional aussie home
rediscovered their love of eclectic home furnishings and used the simple country aesthetic to reclaim their love for pops of colour.See more photos of this colourful home
The home was designed with traditional charm and all the conveniences of a modern family home. At one end clever furniture arrangements
AustraliaSize: About 3,660 square feet (340 square meters); 4 bedrooms, 2½ bathrooms Year built: 2004The home was designed with traditional charm and all the conveniences of a modern family home. At one end clever furniture arrangements divide a huge cathedral-like living room into three functional spaces:
“nice touch of turqouise and red with the all-white and wood furniture” — jsaliba1
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