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Stonewood, LLC
19 Reviews
I love this house. Do you have plans?
Could possibly adopt back like house plans with dressing area, his & her closets and master downstairs
“deck/walkout” — melissach
Northern Virginia Premier Interior Designer Best of Houzz 2014
Offering a wide range of innovative, creative services, SDG works independently providing complete design services from top to bottom.
Tuckahoe Creek Construction, Inc.
1 Review
Love this house, do you know where I could view the floor plan?
The siding material is cedar shakes. I am not sure of the paint color as the project was finished awhile ago.
Donna should we plan to tie our home to the garage like they did in this pic.
“House” — annpj
Lands End Development - Designers & Builders
3 Reviews
I'm planning on using a HHB Veneer, but they all have that dull grey appearance and I hadn't considered staining them... Any advice? This house looks remarkable!
How many square feet? Can you share the floor plan?
would only clear coat them to bring out some of the greys and brown colors. Those skins can look nice with a chinking as well, we are doing that on a project right now. I hope this helps, as always, thanks for looking!!
“rond point” — meoger
TruexCullins Architecture + Interior Design
5 Reviews
Contemporary Vermont Farm House
To view other projects by TruexCullins Architecture + Interior design visit www.truexcullins.com Photos taken by Jim Westphalen
Would it be possible to see the floor plan for this home?
Floor plan?
“Farmhouse” — coryccollins
John Kraemer & Sons
34 Reviews
Front Exterior at Dusk
I am not sure. Barkley Landscapes was the landscaper on this project. He would know. Or, maybe someone from the Houzz community can help? Thanks!
I'm sorry, but we do not share our clients' custom home plans. Thank you for asking.
Floor plan
“Like this better than the beams” — lbkeil
Heavenly Homes
6 Reviews
where can I buy this house plan?
where can I look at plan?
Garage, future project
“Outside” — morgandebrew1
Hammer & Hand
9 Reviews
NW Modern
out more about this project here: http://bit.ly/1gcqKTR
Hi, Unfortunately we aren't familiar with California-based suppliers. You might ask your local supplier if they
climates is not recommended due to frost-depth issues.Project length: One to two weeks.Cost: Typically $5 to $20 per square foot, although the final cost will be affected by the type of paver, your location, the size of the project and the amount of site work required.
Permit: Check with your local municipality. Usually a permit is not needed for driveways less than 18 inches above grade and not over a basement or other building story. Best time to do this project: Late spring or summer, when the weather will cooperate. Construction during winter in colder climates
“flat roof idea” — renes880
SHKS Architects
3 Reviews
Refined + Rustic
square foot to build a home like this one. Thanks for your interest!
The stone is Montana Ledgestone, purchased from Marenakos in Issaquah, WA. Thanks for your interest!
We don't have a record for the specific stain used in this particular project, but it was a semi-transparent cedar-toned stain.
Daly, Cabot, and Olympic are all stains we've specified in the past. Good luck with your project!
Thanks for your interest! The windows are Sierra Pacific aluminum clad with standard green factory finish.
This is rough sawn cedar, locally sourced in central Washington State. Thanks for your interest!
“wow” — Mohamad Bin
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