Who says a farmhouse can’t be a grand luxury home? This model house is magical. When you say modern and minimalistic, you automatically think of black and white. Let’s disregard black for a moment because this house will make you feel like you’re in an icy paradise. Is it winter already?
This two-story house definitely has a lot to offer. With an area of 3,186 sq. ft, this property can hold a full-sized mansion. A vast outdoor space in both the front and the back of the house offers a place for children to run around and play. The space is also ideal for large pets. Upfront, the house is white as snow. The brown color of the wooden doors plays really well with the dominating color.
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As you step inside, you will be greeted by stone walls and, of course, plain white ones. A handful of the fixtures are made out of driftwood. The flooring of this house is oak brown. It is also incredibly polished. The neutral tones are joined by bright colors that give the house its bubbly personality. Sometimes, all you need is a pop of color to turn your boring house into an interesting one.
The kitchen is very minimalistic, with white as the dominating color fused with a few other bright ones. The dining room, for example, is green in color. The bedrooms look like they’re the best suites in a 5-star hotel, complete with amenities that are very luxurious.
Each room has a certain unique vibe. Step outside and be greeted by an amazing backyard pool. This is perfect for when you get home from a really stressful day at work and you just want to wash the toxicity away.
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You can achieve optimum durability if you opt to use steel frames and a metal foundation.
Stats: 3,186 sq. ft., 4 bedrooms, 3 baths. More details and features in the plans below.
Blue Print Plans: Scroll down below!
Construction ready floor plans: get here.
Note: this home may be constructed using metal framing; however, you should always consult your local architect-engineer and receive a professional evaluation if such an option is feasible for this plan and your local building codes.
Source: Dream Home Source