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Quintessential Farmhouse

Architect: Ed Kriskywicz
Construction Design

Total Sq. Ft.: 4121  Bedrooms: 5  Baths: 3.5

This home has many of the exterior characteristics we associate with classic farmhouses – a covered wraparound porch beneath a low–pitched roof, hipped dormers projecting from a simple roof over the main portion of the house, and an aura of understated elegance. Unlike farmhouses in the past, however, this home features a master suite on the main level, an open floor plan, and an optional elevator serving all 3 floors. If you choose to build the basement it can be easily modified into an in–law apartment.

Simple Craftsman Farmhouse

Architect: Debra Coleman
Passive Solar Designs

Total Sq. Ft.: 3020  Bedrooms: 4  Baths: 3.0

Simple Craftsman Farmhouse is a charming sun–inspired home that blends easily into any environment. Its basic roofline is punctuated by different sizes and types of gables and dormers, both front and back, and its numerous windows and glazed doors provide abundant light and views. Shingles, siding and stone combine beautifully on its unique exterior. It can be a passive solar house if it faces north. Kitchen, dining, and great room – which has a ceiling that vaults to 19' – are all open to each other, and all (along with the master bedroom) enjoy terrific views to the rear. There are two bedrooms upstairs, and another room large enough for any of several uses including a fourth bedroom.

Craftsman Style Farmhouse

Architect: Debra Coleman
Passive Solar Designs

Total Sq. Ft.: 2801  Bedrooms: 4  Baths: 2.5

Craftsman detailing adds to the appearance of this classic farm–style home. The master bedroom and all of the main living spaces enjoy terrific views to the rear, as do the three additional bedrooms on the second level. There's also a deck that spans the entire width of the house at the rear. The great room ceiling soars to 19' in the middle, and all the living spaces are open to each other.

Heartland Farmhouse

Architect: Tim Fuller, AIA, LEED AP, Principal
SALA Architects, Inc.

Total Sq. Ft.: 2275  Bedrooms: 3  Baths: 2.5

This is a classic farmhouse in look and style, but with a more modern floor plan. The plans call for stained clapboard and a bit of stucco on the exterior, and fiberglass shingles on the roof, but you could of course clad it with anything you like. Its features include a screened porch off the dining area, a home office that could be used for other purposes, and a private roof deck off the master bedroom.

Field of Dreams

Architect: Jean Larson, AIA
SALA Architects, Inc.

Total Sq. Ft.: 2270  Bedrooms: 3  Baths: 2.5

This house seems to fit everyone's memory of old farmhouses. It's been a best–seller for as long as we've been in business, and when you see the photographs you will see why. Like all great farmhouses, it features clean outer walls that rise straight from the ground to the eaves of the gabled roof, and a covered porch next to a screened porch span the entire front of the house.

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