Category Archives: Floorplans

Featuring the Lincoln Floor Plan

The Lincoln floor plan is a beautiful two story home with 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, and a convenient two-car garage. This home’s 2044 total heated square feet are perfect for a growing family.

When you open the front door, you enter a beautifully lit foyer with a staircase that leads upstairs. To your right, there’s a spacious dining room with a view of the covered front porch. Taking a left from the formal dining space, you walk into a hallway that houses the pantry and a bathroom before reaching the spacious, open kitchen.


The kitchen is spacious and open; it spills into the breakfast nook and a cozy living room. With lots of natural light and space, the lower level is an ideal place to entertain the whole family for holiday dinners, game nights, and other occasions. There is also an optional covered back porch outside the breakfast area, the perfect place to enjoy a cup of coffee before you start your day.

Upstairs, the master suite is to the right. The bedroom is large enough for a king-sized bed, dresser, nightstands, and even a small sitting area if needed! The attached master bathroom comes with a his and hers vanity, bathtub, shower, and water closet. Through the bathroom is a walk-in closet, which features a window for natural light while you get ready for the day.

There are three additional bedrooms upstairs. The first bedroom is larger and has a walk-in closet, two others are ideal for younger children or office space. These three upstairs rooms share a full bath.

On the second story, you will also find the laundry room. This beautiful space will make you look forward to laundry day, rather than dreading it.

The Lincoln plan has plenty of space for the whole family, and is great for entertaining and letting your children play! Overall, the Lincoln floor plan is a great choice for those who value space, functionality, and flexibility in their dream home.

Meet the Alleyna

Meet the Alleyna, a four-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath home with over 2300 heated square feet!

The first floor is an entertainer’s dream! A covered front porch is perfect for your morning coffee or watching the sunset depending on the season. Just inside the front door is a dining room and the staircase. You’ll also find two storage closets and a large pantry.


The kitchen is complete with an island and a desk, granite countertops, and a breakfast nook. Take advantage of an optional add-on for a covered back patio off of the kitchen! The breakfast nook spills into the spacious living room, with a cozy fireplace for winter days with your family.

Entertainers will love to host holiday dinners in the dining room; and enjoy plenty of room for mixing and mingling in the open kitchen and living room.


On the first floor, a half bathroom is easily accessible for family and guests. And you’ll find a two-car garage which is perfect for your family’s vehicles and more.

Upstairs, you’ll find the master suite. It is spacious with a generous walk-in closet. The master bath has a beautiful garden tub, double sink, and includes ceramic tile.


Also upstairs, are three bedrooms and a full bath that are perfect for children, guests or office space. The Alleyna has a large laundry room and plenty of storage space.  Take a photo tour below and contact us for more.




house exterior

Single-Story or Two-Story Living

If you’re considering building your dream home in Coastal Carolina, one of the first questions to ask yourself is if you want a single-story home or a two-story home. As with most decisions, there are pros and cons to both options. Depending on your budget, lifestyle, family, and lot size, you can weigh the advantages and disadvantages when selecting your floorplan.


Single-Story Living

If you have young children, physically disabled or aging family members, a single-story home is likely the safer option. With one level, you won’t have to worry about anyone struggling to reach upper levels on stairs or a loved one taking a tumble. Without stairs, you may also enjoy more usable square feet. A staircase can take up as much as 100 square feet!

Single-story homes are easier to maintain and often more energy efficient. You don’t have to worry about the heat rising to your second floor, so keeping your thermostat regulated will be easier and more affordable. It also can be easier to do laundry and clean since you won’t have to lug baskets of clothes or vacuums up and down stairs.

However, one of the biggest cons to a one-story home is the larger physical footprint on your land. It will be more costly to build the foundation, cover the entire roof, and have plumbing, heating, and cooling systems running the whole length of the house. Depending on the size of your lot, a single-story home may leave you with smaller front or back yards than you’d hoped for.

All-ground floor windows also impact your sense of privacy. You may want to invest in window coverings that increase privacy in bedrooms and baths on the ground floor. You’ll also be sleeping on the same level as your kids, who may feel they have less space or privacy as they get older.


Two-Story Living

Two-story homes have a smaller footprint, so they take up less of your acreage and can be less expensive for excavation, foundation, and roof installation! But, they’re also a bit trickier to engineer.

In a two-story home, you can be sure to get your steps in every day. Making trips up and down the stairs is good for your health. You’ll also get better views of your property from second-story windows.

Having two stories can create more separation in your home, which can be a good thing. You could have all of your bedrooms on the second floor and just your living spaces on the first floor. Alternatively, your primary bedroom could be downstairs, and your kids can have their own territory upstairs with their bedrooms, playrooms, and separate bathroom. Having bedrooms on the second floor also adds a little more privacy from neighbors.

Possible negatives of two-story homes include noise being heard from multiple levels and extra HVAC units or capacity being needed to overcome the heat that rises between floors.

If you’re planning on living in your home through retirement, it’s wise to consider a single-level home. As you or your family ages, getting up and down the stairs may be challenging, and expensive to adapt for accessibility.

No matter what you choose for your family, knowing the pros and cons will help you make the decision that suits you best. Either way, we’re here to help.

Brittany Exterior

Meet the Brittany

The Brittany Floorplan is a comfortable 1,587 heated square foot home, with four bedrooms and two bathrooms. With a spacious two-car garage, an inviting front porch, and a cozy eat-in kitchen, it’s perfect for an active couple or a growing family. 


The living room and kitchen flow into each other, making entertaining seamless. In the kitchen, there’s a dining space for your family to share a meal together or for kids to do homework. For an elevated look, the ceiling in the living room is vaulted, making the already large space feel even more grand. In the summer, dinner or a cup of coffee on the optional back porch, right outside of the kitchen. 



On one side of the living room is the master suite, which has a roomy bathroom and a walk-in closet. It’s separated from all of the other bedrooms to give a couple privacy and a little space from children or guests. On the opposite side of the house, are three more bedrooms and a second bath.  



Whether you have children for those rooms, or use them for office space, crafting or guests, they are just the space for your life to grow. Make one a gym or studio—the possibilities are limitless. As your family grows, the Brittany Floorplan allows for the whole family to gather and to have their own space.  

Aspen Exterior

Meet the Aspen

The Aspen floorplan is a 3 bedroom, 3 bath home with 1,977 heated square feet and a bonus room. It also comes with a spacious two-car garage, offering ample storage space for the whole family.  


Starting on the covered front porch, you enter the home’s foyer that contains a conveniently placed coat closet. Immediately to your left is the dining room. The dining room features a large window to offer plenty of natural light for family meals and more.   




The living room is just a few steps away and has an option to include a cozy fireplace to provide a lovely focal point in the open floorplan. The kitchen is spacious, featuring an island for additional storage and counter space. You can also entertain guests on the optional covered patio!  




To the right of the living space is the master bedroom. With three windows, an ensuite bathroom with a bathtub and double vanity, and an extremely spacious walk-in closet, it is the perfect escape from the busier shared spaces in the home.  


The other two bedrooms are on the opposite side of the house, allowing space for family while preserving the master suite’s privacy. These two bedrooms shared an unattached bathroom and are similar in size. They’re also near a laundry room and linen closet.  


Up the stairs, you’ll find another bathroom, a walk-in closet, and a bonus room. This room is perfect for a home office, game room, gym, or even as a guest bedroom! The Aspen is a wonderful option for families and has just enough space for room to grow.  


The Aspen Floorplan Rendering

Meet the Magnolia Ridge

The Magnolia Ridge is a split floorplan offering both privacy for living quarters and abundant open space for family time and entertaining friends.  Upon entering the home from the covered porch, you find yourself in a large, open concept living space. This great family and entertainment space includes a large living room, dining room and kitchen combination.  Windows and doorways allow for ample natural lighting in addition to lighting fixtures throughout. The open kitchen features stainless steel appliances, countertop space and room for an island.



The floorplan offers a large master suite at the rear of the home that includes a spacious walk-in closet. You’ll also find a luxurious master suite featuring double vanities, a linen closet, and both a bathtub and shower.




A two-car garage and mudroom/laundry complete the lower level of this end of the house, giving you ample space for vehicles and storage.  Over the garage, an option for a generously sized utility space gives you space for a man-cave, playroom, office or guest room.


At the opposite end of the lower floor, two bedrooms flank a bath with a tub/shower, double vanities and linen closet.  Perfect for the kids or grandkids, this arrangement provides privacy for the master suite and space for the entire family.  With lots of upgrade options, you can truly make it your own!


View the floorplan rendering here                  Virtual Walkthrough of Magnolia Ridge

Meet the Brookstone


We’d like to introduce you to The Brookstone. This floorplan is one of our most popular customizable home plans in eastern North Carolina.  Families enjoy the flexibility, space and amenities it offers. Let’s take a little tour of its features and amenities.

The Brookstone is a spacious, customizable home featuring four bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms and lots of light. It’s got over 2800 square feet to explore! Let’s start from the front porch entering the first floor.


The foyer is open and full of light, reaching all the way to the second floor. It will welcome friends into your home in the warmest way. Enter a wide living space that’s inviting and can easily extend into an optional back porch.  A formal dining room is at the front of the house, perfect for entertaining friends and family.

Moving from the living room, you enter a kitchen that’s open and features a cozy breakfast nook surrounded by windows. It’s easy to picture bright mornings sipping a cup of coffee with the family in this space.

The first floor is completed by an “in-law suite” or guest suite, equipped with a full bath, a space that could be used as an office or den, and a half bath.

On the second floor, you’ll find two bedrooms and a generous master suite. The master suite includes a large master bath with a garden tub and an extra-large closet. A full bath and your laundry room are also on the second floor.

This floor plan comes with a two-car garage, but you have the option to expand it to a three car garage if that will suit your family’s needs. There are options to customize the entry from the garage with a built-in mudroom.


The Brookstone is the perfectly customizable home.  There are so many ways to make it your own.  Explore it and see it has plenty of space for your whole family.

The Brookstone Floorplan Rendering