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LEED Platinum Home Contemporary Exterior, Vancouver

Example of a mid-sized trendy two-story exterior home design in Vancouver — Houzz

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Gregory Fraser wrote:
can I please have a copy of this house plan - gregoryf7887@gmail.com
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Can I please have a copy of the plan?
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I loved the house! Can I please have the plans?
obyashi llc wrote:
very nice design Can you plz ..plz send me this house floor plan ? - vinobagee25@gmail.com
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please, can you send me too muhammadimam8190@gmail.com
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Please send to me too
Gregory Fraser wrote:
gregory - I'm curious about where I can get a plan for this house I love it
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Natural Balance Home Builders

Gregory, please email us at info@naturalbalancehomes.com and we'd be happy to further share on your interest about the design of this house...

John Carnes wrote:
House plan and lay out - I would like to see a plan and the dimension. How adaptable is the plan for any changes or modifications. Just something to see the inside layout would be much appreciated. In process of planning. Bgtrout@mac.com
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23winwin23 wrote:
Front Exterior - Love the look of the exterior. Can you let me know what materials were used? Thanks in advance!
Susan Tees wrote:
How much would a project like this cost - I have an ugly, semi-updated house in West Point Grey. I hate the idea of losing all the updates I've given it in a demolition, but I want a modern style of house with light and height. What should I budget for permits, plans and build? How much time?
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indiagate wrote:
Need help for my kitchen - Am sure to attaché photos
eustaceok wrote:
please, can i have the floor plan?
2cent wrote:
Who is the builder & what is the model name? - Would love to see the floor plan. Lovely home.
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rgosney added this to House Exterior
Interesting. Inviting entrance and flat roof but not boxy
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