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Plan #013S-0014
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Photo courtesy of Atlanta Plan Source, Inc. and can be found on houseplansandmore.com
photos of the exterior and interior are on our profile.
Pillar Homes built this house and we will be happy to answer your questions. More photos of
Homes built this house and we will be happy to answer your questions. More photos of the exterior and interior are on our profile.
built this house and we will be happy to answer your questions. More photos of the exterior and interior are on our profile.
house and we will be happy to answer your questions. More photos of the exterior and interior are on our profile.
“arch” — Alyssa Kence
Heydt Designs
5 Reviews
Mill Valley Classic Cottage
Ideabooks160K
Questions80
Are there any additional exterior photos? How far back is the right side of the house off the front of the main house
Moire Black. It looks lighter in the photo due to the angle of the roof and the lighting at the time of day the photo was taken. Hope that helps. Here's
I love this house. I was wondering if you have any photos of the back or sides of the house?
Yes. That gravel area in thw photo on the left side is for parking. It's about 15-20' from the porch.
There is no photo of the rear facade. The exterior of the house is extremely close to the rear
is parallel to the house, but the center point is more to the right. The photo feels balanced by the strong vertical of the center tree.
is parallel to the house, but the centre point is more to the right. The photo feels balanced by the strong vertical of the centre tree.
“Front porch, and the port window in the attic. I like the colors too” — Morgan Haueter
Arcanum Architecture
Mountain Home Residence
Ideabooks917
Questions1
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“windows” — nmutua27
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4 Reviews
newton residence 1 - dplk.04
Ideabooks19,738
Questions13
and selecting PHOTOS. The rooms are listed, on the left hand side bar. Selecting the room photos, will bring you to additional photos for this house
your builder, and mason the photo and visit the stone yard to obtain the stone products in your area. if you review the photo, the window sills have been
your builder, and mason the photo and visit the stone yard to obtain the stone products in your area. if you review the photo, the window sills are 2" rock
of newton residence 1, which is on my main page. A total of 16 exterior photos. You will find additional photographs, under the topic OVERVIEW, 27 total
“If on back of house - - a kind of 'faux cupola' sitting area” — dfwalling
JB Architecture Group, Inc.
2 Reviews
Custom Architecture
Ideabooks280K
Questions175
Do you have any other photos of the landscaping?
The link to interior photos no longer works. Is there any other way we can see the photos? This home exterior is perfect.
We built and designed this home - you can see more photos and interiors on our site at Siena Custom Builders
glorious! I love style, colors. everything. It's hard to see the pavers in this photo but here's one call Old Mill (clay paver) that would work great with the
This photo was taken by a professional photographer for the Dec/Jan 2008 issue of Midwest
can i put my photo on this house
“ccuuttee” — angelina_jensen
Mark English Architects, AIA
9 Reviews
exterior
Ideabooks9,443
Questions14
i have come back to this photo over and over. it could be my monitor or my untrained eye but this looks
render'? Any comments : Photo of my bungalow below ....
Hi, I think you will find inspiration if you do a detailed Houzz photo search. I am not able
This is Virginia ledgestone- see the tags in other photos of the facade.
unfinished planters. its seems a lot of people like this house maybe a follow up photo would be nice?
Photos by Susan TeareRoom at a GlanceWho hangs out here: A cardiologist with a
is an accomplished woodworker — he built the library ladder seen in this photo — and Welch wanted to incorporate this reverence for craft into his design
“Pitch” — sjwroblewski
bldg.collective
8 Reviews
Bend Residence
Ideabooks3,257
Questions2
Silent night. Want the focus to be on your house? Take a photo in the early evening, from the outside looking in. Wait until after dark
Take a photo in the early evening, from the outside looking in. Wait until after dark
Taking holiday photos - use your house as a backdrop and put a twinkling Christmas tree on the
fact, a house overly cluttered with holiday decor can be a real turnoff.More: Houzz guides to Christmas decorating
8. Silent night. Want the focus to be on your house? Take a photo in the early evening, from the outside looking in. Wait until after dark
potted tree outside, draped in twinkling lights.Tell us: Do you take holiday photos each year? Which has been the most memorable? Share your traditions in the
“whole look” — pmeyersick
Scott Allen Architecture
Cliff House green roof
Ideabooks1,781
Questions2
Green roof forms elevator entry. House is below along cliff face. Tim Bies photo
is built against the cliff. The rest of the house is exposed. The other photos show this. Thanks for your interest, Scott
the big idea is to have the house "disappear" from the entry side (this photo), seemingly hiding in a park-like setting so that it can be a celebration
n of light and transparency from the water's-edge side (previous photo).
the big idea is to have the house "disappear" from the entry side (this photo), seemingly hiding in a park-like setting so that it can be a celebration
n of light and transparency from the water's-edge side (previous photo).
“Michael3” — Glenn Fossa
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