It is important to us that we get design input from our homebuyers, and some of our best plan options have come from homeowners very own ideas.
We recently took to social media and asked our followers several this or that type questions. It was very interesting to see how everyone voted, and we are excited to share our findings with you!
Do you prefer a Ranch or a 2-story home?
This was almost an even split, which we were expecting to see considering our top plans are The Dunhill (a ranch) and the Harper (a 2-story).
Do you prefer your Master bedroom upstairs or downstairs?
No surprise here, like we stated above, The Harper is one of our top selling plans and it is a Master Down.
Do you prefer a tub or no tub in your Master Bathroom?
We were actually surprised by how many people voted for both a tub and shower in their Master Bath, but then again, we would have to agree that the best way to relax is a nice soak in your tub!
Is a Formal Dining Room important in your new home?
Even though it was close, a Formal Dining Room is still preferred by our voters. Luckily we have several floor plans that offer a Formal Dining room and several that offer just one Dining Area. The Sullivan is a great plan that offers just one Dining Area, while our Arlington Plan is known for its Formal Dining Room.
Would you rather have classic white cabinets in your kitchen, or do you prefer a darker style?
Just like the name suggests, white cabinets are classic and timeless, and they will never go out of style.
Is a first floor guest suite important in your new home?
First floor guest suites are definitely trending up over this past year. The Woodhaven, The Avondale, and The Stratford are a few of our plans that offer a private guest suite on the main level.
Do you prefer double front doors or a single door?
Double front doors won the majority vote by a landslide! We would have to agree that double doors definitely add that custom touch to the exterior of your home.
Would you prefer to have a covered porch or a screened-in porch?
We had an even split on this one! The great thing about a covered porch is that if you ever chose to add a screen later on down the road, you could easily do so.