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Make it Private - 12 Ways to Add a Small Apartment into Your New Home for Multi-gen Living

Posted by Stanton Homes on Mon, Nov 11, 2019 @ 08:11 AM

12 Multi-generational New Home Ideas  | Dual Master Floor Plans That can be Modified to Fit Your Lifestyle

Floor plans and photos of multi-gen homes: Ideas for creating separate living quarters in your new custom home from elevators to apartments 

Whether you would like an extended guest suite or small apartment upstairs, downstairs, or in the basement, here are 12 ways to create your multi-gen home that can make everybody happy.

Click on images to see more photos.

Get 6 Things to Think About Before Choosing Your New Home (and 5 bonus aging in place floor plans).

#1 Multi-gen Floor Plan Layout: Living Room, Bedroom and Bath off a private hallway on the main floor

Multi-gen - Greenhaven

This multi-gen home is designed for extended stay guests to spread out in their own personal space with a living room in addition to a large bedroom and bath, accessed off a private hallway on the main floor. The Greenhaven comes with up to 3716 square feet, with up to 5 bedrooms and 3.5 baths. There's also a Family Room and Library downstairs, as well as a Play Room up. The Master Suite and all bedrooms other than the guest suite are upstairs.

#2 Multi-gen Floor Plan Layout - Dual Master Suites - one on each floor

 

Multi - Barcelona

 

This custom designed multi-gen home has 4345 square feet, 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, dual master suites, home theater, office, exercise room, dog room and formal dining. The Barcelona provides spacious private master suites on separate floors, and generous main living areas. The huge chef's kitchen is designed for everyone to share.

#3 Multi-gen Floor Plan Layout - Dual Master Suites on Separate Floors with entire third floor designated as shared entertainment space

 

multi gl

 

 

 

This multi-gen home has 5751 square feet, 4 bedrooms. 4.5 baths. Private master suites in separated areas. Movie set stairway with incredible overlook. Amazing chef's kitchen. Entertainment floor with full bar and fireplace. Cafe style breakfast nook. Massive built-ins. Curved balcony overlook. More than 80 windows. Pet rooms. The Grand Lodge is the ultimate in luxury living for multi-gen families, with something for everyone.

#4 Multi-gen Floor Plan Layout - Guest Suite on the main floor that can be expanded for a more spacious retreat

Multi-gen Statesman

This custom main floor master home starts with 3160 square feet. 4 bedrooms. 4 baths, with a first floor guest suite that is tucked into the opposite corner from the master. The guest suite can be expanded with a sitting room and other elements that add independence.  The Statesman has a vaulted great room that is open to the kitchen that has two islands with lots of wide open space for mingling. There's a bonus room and two en-suite bedrooms on the second floor.

#5 Multi-gen Floor Plan Layout - Mother in Law Suite Downstairs, Master Suite Upstairs

 

 

 

multi serengeti 2

This custom designed multi-gen home has 4,364 Sq Ft. 5 bedrooms. 4.5 bathrooms. The owner's suite is upstairs and Mom's bedroom suite with a big walk-in closet and private bath is downstairs. Two islands in the kitchen allow for lots of cooks in the kitchen, with easy interactions with whatever is happening in the breakfast, sitting, and keeping room. The Serengeti also has a home office and a prayer room.

#6 Multi-gen Floor Plan Layout - Space to add a small apartment

Multi-gen - Cotswold B

 

This custom home can have a small apartment inside, with private living quarters! It can have as many as 3550 square feet (with an optional huge bonus room over the great room) with 5 bedrooms, 4.5 baths. Here's where the apartment can go: Take a look at the right side of the main floor. We can re-arrange that entire area to create a bigger bathroom, living room - even a kitchenette.  The Cotswold also has a sunroom that can become a home office. Lots of possibilities, with this popular plan.

#7 Multi-gen Floor Plan Layout - Guest Suite on the main floor 

Multi-gen - Dinsmore

This beautiful Craftsman home was designed for family, starting with up to 3323 square feet, with as many as 5 bedrooms and 4.5 baths. There's a big bonus room and a loft upstairs. The chef's kitchen has an enormous island. (And you can add an island to the huge master suite closet, too.) A guest suite (which can also be an office) is conveniently placed by the front door, with its own bathroom and a beautiful tiled shower. Can you expand it? Of course! Ask us about all the possibilities.

#8 Multi-gen Floor Plan Layout - Dual Master Suites with a small apartment on the main floor

 

 

multi maple

The Maple Lane can be as big as 3584 square feet (with the optional bonus room over the great room) with 5 bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms. The small apartment within the home is on the first floor, with a bedroom, sitting room (that can have a kitchenette added) and bathroom - as well as outdoor living access. The Master Suite is on the second floor, with its own sitting room, private Romeo and Juliet deck, huge walk in closet with cabinet island and an adjoining exercise room. 

#9 Multi-gen Floor Plan Layout - Small Apartment in the Basement

Multi-gen - treehouse

A custom home like this can dedicate the entire walk-out basement to a small apartment. The Treehouse has 3611 square feet with 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths. In addition to massive walls of windows to capture natural light, there is a sun room off the kitchen. The basement rendering indicating a gameroom, storage, office and gym can become a living room, kitchenette, bathroom and a couple of bedrooms. As with all small apartments within a home, check with local ordinances, zoning, community covenants and your builder for regulations regarding single family dwellings.

#10 Multi-gen Floor Plan Layout - Upstairs Master Suite. Downstairs bedroom suite. Secret Passageway "Escape Room" for the kids.

Multi-gen - Sawyer

The Sawyer has 3215 square feet with 4 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms. The Master Suite is upstairs. A spacious downstairs Bedroom Suite with private bath can be connected to an expanded sitting room and the possibility of a small kitchenette in place of the main floor Office. Kids bedrooms can connect through a secret passageway with a play area "escape room" between.

#11 Multi-gen Floor Plan Layout - Flex Space for Whatever You Need it to be

HopkinsExterior-551

This mult-gen floor plan with 2604 square feet has 4 bedrooms and 3.5 baths was designed for flexibility. The Owner's Suite is upstairs. The downstairs Dual Master Suite can have additional privacy by expanding the living quarters into the Living Room on the main floor and rearranging the bathroom and entrances. This version of the Hopkins has a 3 Seasons Room with an Outdoor Kitchen.

#12 Multi-gen Floor Plan Layout - Small Apartment on the Second Floor, with Elevator Access

 

multi dugan

The Dugan has 3184 square feet with 4 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms. It can be built with an elevator to the upstairs, like this version, and can also have full accessibility throughout the home as you can see in the photos when you click on the image above. As with all custom homes built by Stanton Homes, we can modify this custom designed home even further to accommodate special needs.

 

 

Get Top 20 Multigen Floor Plans

 

Help Finding a Floor Plan that Fits your Lifestyle

 

Get Started Here - Custom Building Your New Home 

 

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12 Ways to Add a Small Apartment into Your New Home to Create a Multi-gen with the Privacy you Need

Posted by Stanton Homes on Mon, Oct 28, 2019 @ 11:10 AM

12 Multi-generational New Home Ideas  | Dual Master Floor Plans That can be Modified to Fit Your Lifestyle

Floor plans and photos of multi-gen homes: Ideas for creating separate living quarters in your new custom home from elevators to apartments 

Whether you would like an extended guest suite or small apartment upstairs, downstairs, or in the basement, here are 12 ways to create your multi-gen home that can make everybody happy.

Click on images to see more photos.

Get 6 Things to Think About Before Choosing Your New Home (and 5 bonus aging in place floor plans).

#1 Multi-gen Floor Plan Layout: Living Room, Bedroom and Bath off a private hallway on the main floor

Multi-gen - Greenhaven

This multi-gen home is designed for extended stay guests to spread out in their own personal space with a living room in addition to a large bedroom and bath, accessed off a private hallway on the main floor. The Greenhaven comes with up to 3716 square feet, with up to 5 bedrooms and 3.5 baths. There's also a Family Room and Library downstairs, as well as a Play Room up. The Master Suite and all bedrooms other than the guest suite are upstairs.

#2 Multi-gen Floor Plan Layout - Dual Master Suites - one on each floor

 

Multi - Barcelona

 

This custom designed multi-gen home has 4345 square feet, 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, dual master suites, home theater, office, exercise room, dog room and formal dining. The Barcelona provides spacious private master suites on separate floors, and generous main living areas. The huge chef's kitchen is designed for everyone to share.

#3 Multi-gen Floor Plan Layout - Dual Master Suites on Separate Floors with entire third floor designated as shared entertainment space

 

multi gl

 

 

 

This multi-gen home has 5751 square feet, 4 bedrooms. 4.5 baths. Private master suites in separated areas. Movie set stairway with incredible overlook. Amazing chef's kitchen. Entertainment floor with full bar and fireplace. Cafe style breakfast nook. Massive built-ins. Curved balcony overlook. More than 80 windows. Pet rooms. The Grand Lodge is the ultimate in luxury living for multi-gen families, with something for everyone.

#4 Multi-gen Floor Plan Layout - Guest Suite on the main floor that can be expanded for a more spacious retreat

Multi-gen Statesman

This custom main floor master home starts with 3160 square feet. 4 bedrooms. 4 baths, with a first floor guest suite that is tucked into the opposite corner from the master. The guest suite can be expanded with a sitting room and other elements that add independence.  The Statesman has a vaulted great room that is open to the kitchen that has two islands with lots of wide open space for mingling. There's a bonus room and two en-suite bedrooms on the second floor.

#5 Multi-gen Floor Plan Layout - Mother in Law Suite Downstairs, Master Suite Upstairs

 

 

 

multi serengeti 2

This custom designed multi-gen home has 4,364 Sq Ft. 5 bedrooms. 4.5 bathrooms. The owner's suite is upstairs and Mom's bedroom suite with a big walk-in closet and private bath is downstairs. Two islands in the kitchen allow for lots of cooks in the kitchen, with easy interactions with whatever is happening in the breakfast, sitting, and keeping room. The Serengeti also has a home office and a prayer room.

#6 Multi-gen Floor Plan Layout - Space to add a small apartment

Multi-gen - Cotswold B

 

This custom home can have a small apartment inside, with private living quarters! It can have as many as 3550 square feet (with an optional huge bonus room over the great room) with 5 bedrooms, 4.5 baths. Here's where the apartment can go: Take a look at the right side of the main floor. We can re-arrange that entire area to create a bigger bathroom, living room - even a kitchenette.  The Cotswold also has a sunroom that can become a home office. Lots of possibilities, with this popular plan.

#7 Multi-gen Floor Plan Layout - Guest Suite on the main floor 

Multi-gen - Dinsmore

This beautiful Craftsman home was designed for family, starting with up to 3323 square feet, with as many as 5 bedrooms and 4.5 baths. There's a big bonus room and a loft upstairs. The chef's kitchen has an enormous island. (And you can add an island to the huge master suite closet, too.) A guest suite (which can also be an office) is conveniently placed by the front door, with its own bathroom and a beautiful tiled shower. Can you expand it? Of course! Ask us about all the possibilities.

#8 Multi-gen Floor Plan Layout - Dual Master Suites with a small apartment on the main floor

 

 

multi maple

The Maple Lane can be as big as 3584 square feet (with the optional bonus room over the great room) with 5 bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms. The small apartment within the home is on the first floor, with a bedroom, sitting room (that can have a kitchenette added) and bathroom - as well as outdoor living access. The Master Suite is on the second floor, with its own sitting room, private Romeo and Juliet deck, huge walk in closet with cabinet island and an adjoining exercise room. 

#9 Multi-gen Floor Plan Layout - Small Apartment in the Basement

Multi-gen - treehouse

A custom home like this can dedicate the entire walk-out basement to a small apartment. The Treehouse has 3611 square feet with 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths. In addition to massive walls of windows to capture natural light, there is a sun room off the kitchen. The basement rendering indicating a gameroom, storage, office and gym can become a living room, kitchenette, bathroom and a couple of bedrooms. As with all small apartments within a home, check with local ordinances, zoning, community covenants and your builder for regulations regarding single family dwellings.

#10 Multi-gen Floor Plan Layout - Upstairs Master Suite. Downstairs bedroom suite. Secret Passageway "Escape Room" for the kids.

Multi-gen - Sawyer

The Sawyer has 3215 square feet with 4 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms. The Master Suite is upstairs. A spacious downstairs Bedroom Suite with private bath can be connected to an expanded sitting room and the possibility of a small kitchenette in place of the main floor Office. Kids bedrooms can connect through a secret passageway with a play area "escape room" between.

#11 Multi-gen Floor Plan Layout - Flex Space for Whatever You Need it to be

HopkinsExterior-551

This mult-gen floor plan with 2604 square feet has 4 bedrooms and 3.5 baths was designed for flexibility. The Owner's Suite is upstairs. The downstairs Dual Master Suite can have additional privacy by expanding the living quarters into the Living Room on the main floor and rearranging the bathroom and entrances. This version of the Hopkins has a 3 Seasons Room with an Outdoor Kitchen.

#12 Multi-gen Floor Plan Layout - Small Apartment on the Second Floor, with Elevator Access

 

multi dugan

The Dugan has 3184 square feet with 4 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms. It can be built with an elevator to the upstairs, like this version, and can also have full accessibility throughout the home as you can see in the photos when you click on the image above. As with all custom homes built by Stanton Homes, we can modify this custom designed home even further to accommodate special needs.

 

 

Get Top 20 Multigen Floor Plans

 

Help Finding a Floor Plan that Fits your Lifestyle

 

Get Started Here - Custom Building Your New Home 

 

Tags: multi generational living, Raleigh multigenerational homes, Multigenerational House Plans, multigenerational living, raleigh new homes, multigenerational homes, raleigh multigenerational home builders, multi-gen apartment within a home, where to put mom in your new home, mother-in-law suite floor plans

Add a Small Apartment into Your New Home - 12 Ways to Create a Multi-gen with the Privacy and Open Space You Need

Posted by Stanton Homes on Fri, Jun 21, 2019 @ 09:06 AM

12 Multi-generational New Home Ideas  | Dual Master Floor Plans That can be Modified to Fit Your Lifestyle

Floor plans and photos of multi-gen homes: Ideas for creating separate living quarters in your new custom home from elevators to apartments 

Whether you would like an extended guest suite or small apartment upstairs, downstairs, or in the basement, here are 12 ways to create your multi-gen home that can make everybody happy.

Click on images to see more photos.

Get 6 Things to Think About Before Choosing Your New Home (and 5 bonus aging in place floor plans).

#1 Multi-gen Floor Plan Layout: Living Room, Bedroom and Bath off a private hallway on the main floor

Multi-gen - Greenhaven

This multi-gen home is designed for extended stay guests to spread out in their own personal space with a living room in addition to a large bedroom and bath, accessed off a private hallway on the main floor. The Greenhaven comes with up to 3716 square feet, with up to 5 bedrooms and 3.5 baths. There's also a Family Room and Library downstairs, as well as a Play Room up. The Master Suite and all bedrooms other than the guest suite are upstairs.

#2 Multi-gen Floor Plan Layout - Dual Master Suites - one on each floor

This custom designed multi-gen home has 4345 square feet, 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, dual master suites, home theater, office, exercise room, dog room and formal dining. The Barcelona provides spacious private master suites on separate floors, and generous main living areas. The huge chef's kitchen is designed for everyone to share.

#3 Multi-gen Floor Plan Layout - Dual Master Suites on Separate Floors with entire third floor designated as shared entertainment space

This multi-gen home has 5751 square feet, 4 bedrooms. 4.5 baths. Private master suites in separated areas. Movie set stairway with incredible overlook. Amazing chef's kitchen. Entertainment floor with full bar and fireplace. Cafe style breakfast nook. Massive built-ins. Curved balcony overlook. More than 80 windows. Pet rooms. The Grand Lodge is the ultimate in luxury living for multi-gen families, with something for everyone.

#4 Multi-gen Floor Plan Layout - Guest Suite on the main floor that can be expanded for a more spacious retreat

Multi-gen Statesman

This custom main floor master home starts with 3160 square feet. 4 bedrooms. 4 baths, with a first floor guest suite that is tucked into the opposite corner from the master. The guest suite can be expanded with a sitting room and other elements that add independence.  The Statesman has a vaulted great room that is open to the kitchen that has two islands with lots of wide open space for mingling. There's a bonus room and two en-suite bedrooms on the second floor.

#5 Multi-gen Floor Plan Layout - Mother in Law Suite Downstairs, Master Suite Upstairs

This custom designed multi-gen home has 4,364 Sq Ft. 5 bedrooms. 4.5 bathrooms. The owner's suite is upstairs and Mom's bedroom suite with a big walk-in closet and private bath is downstairs. Two islands in the kitchen allow for lots of cooks in the kitchen, with easy interactions with whatever is happening in the breakfast, sitting, and keeping room. The Serengeti also has a home office and a prayer room.

#6 Multi-gen Floor Plan Layout - Space to add a small apartment

Multi-gen - Cotswold B

 

This custom home can have a small apartment inside, with private living quarters! It can have as many as 3550 square feet (with an optional huge bonus room over the great room) with 5 bedrooms, 4.5 baths. Here's where the apartment can go: Take a look at the right side of the main floor. We can re-arrange that entire area to create a bigger bathroom, living room - even a kitchenette.  The Cotswold also has a sunroom that can become a home office. Lots of possibilities, with this popular plan.

#7 Multi-gen Floor Plan Layout - Guest Suite on the main floor 

Multi-gen - Dinsmore

This beautiful Craftsman home was designed for family, starting with up to 3323 square feet, with as many as 5 bedrooms and 4.5 baths. There's a big bonus room and a loft upstairs. The chef's kitchen has an enormous island. (And you can add an island to the huge master suite closet, too.) A guest suite (which can also be an office) is conveniently placed by the front door, with its own bathroom and a beautiful tiled shower. Can you expand it? Of course! Ask us about all the possibilities.

#8 Multi-gen Floor Plan Layout - Dual Master Suites with a small apartment on the main floor

The Maple Lane can be as big as 3584 square feet (with the optional bonus room over the great room) with 5 bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms. The small apartment within the home is on the first floor, with a bedroom, sitting room (that can have a kitchenette added) and bathroom - as well as outdoor living access. The Master Suite is on the second floor, with its own sitting room, private Romeo and Juliet deck, huge walk in closet with cabinet island and an adjoining exercise room. 

#9 Multi-gen Floor Plan Layout - Small Apartment in the Basement

Multi-gen - treehouse

A custom home like this can dedicate the entire walk-out basement to a small apartment. The Treehouse has 3611 square feet with 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths. In addition to massive walls of windows to capture natural light, there is a sun room off the kitchen. The basement rendering indicating a gameroom, storage, office and gym can become a living room, kitchenette, bathroom and a couple of bedrooms. As with all small apartments within a home, check with local ordinances, zoning, community covenants and your builder for regulations regarding single family dwellings.

#10 Multi-gen Floor Plan Layout - Upstairs Master Suite. Downstairs bedroom suite. Secret Passageway "Escape Room" for the kids.

Multi-gen - Sawyer

The Sawyer has 3215 square feet with 4 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms. The Master Suite is upstairs. A spacious downstairs Bedroom Suite with private bath can be connected to an expanded sitting room and the possibility of a small kitchenette in place of the main floor Office. Kids bedrooms can connect through a secret passageway with a play area "escape room" between.

#11 Multi-gen Floor Plan Layout - Flex Space for Whatever You Need it to be

HopkinsExterior-551

This mult-gen floor plan with 2604 square feet has 4 bedrooms and 3.5 baths was designed for flexibility. The Owner's Suite is upstairs. The downstairs Dual Master Suite can have additional privacy by expanding the living quarters into the Living Room on the main floor and rearranging the bathroom and entrances. This version of the Hopkins has a 3 Seasons Room with an Outdoor Kitchen.

#12 Multi-gen Floor Plan Layout - Small Apartment on the Second Floor, with Elevator Access

The Dugan has 3184 square feet with 4 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms. It can be built with an elevator to the upstairs, like this version, and can also have full accessibility throughout the home as you can see in the photos when you click on the image above. As with all custom homes built by Stanton Homes, we can modify this custom designed home even further to accommodate special needs.

 

 

Get Top 20 Multigen Floor Plans

 

Help Finding a Floor Plan that Fits your Lifestyle

 

Get Started Here - Custom Building Your New Home 

 

Tags: multi generational living, Raleigh multigenerational homes, Multigenerational House Plans, multigenerational living, raleigh new homes, multigenerational homes, raleigh multigenerational home builders, multi-gen apartment within a home, where to put mom in your new home, mother-in-law suite floor plans

19 Modern Farmhouse Photos - New Custom Homes in NC

Posted by Stanton Homes on Thu, Mar 28, 2019 @ 13:03 PM

 

Modern Farmhouses Bring a Comfortable, Open Feel to New Homes

Here are 19 ways to add countryside appeal to your custom home

#1 modern farmhouse feature: White exterior

White exteriors make a striking statement in new modern farmhouses in NC.

 

Raleigh white modern country farmhouses

#2 modern farmhouse feature: Big covered porches

Big covered porches are the most popular feature in modern farmhouses.

Raleigh white modern country farmhouses

#3 modern farmhouse feature: Dormers

Dormers are a frequent feature on country farmhouse style homes.

Raleigh white modern country farmhouses 

 #4 modern  farmhouse feature: Metal roof

Metal roofs remain popular - especially as accents, like this Raleigh custom home.

Raleigh white modern country farmhouses 

#5 modern farmhouse feature: Screen porch

Outdoor living is a huge draw in NC, with screen porches a top request for new homes.

Raleigh white modern country farmhouses 

#6 modern farmhouse feature: Open kitchen and great room

Beamed ceilings help set open areas apart, like this kitchen/great room. 

 

Raleigh white modern country farmhouses 

#7 modern farmhouse feature: Big island

A big island in the kitchen provides space to spread out.

 

Raleigh white modern country farmhouses  

#8 modern farmhouse feature: White cabinets

Efficient kitchen cabinetry makes everything easier in modern farmhouses.

 

Raleigh white modern country farmhouses 

#9 modern farmhouse feature: Industrial and artistic lighting

Exaggerated lighting puts a spotlight where you want it.

Raleigh white modern country farmhouses

 

#10 modern farmhouse feature: Big pantry

Big pantries with custom shelving is a huge hit in NC custom homes.

 

Raleigh white modern country farmhouses 

#11 modern farmhouse feature: Apron sink

Apron front sinks are one of the top requests for custom modern farmhouses. (Also see sinks in features #9 and #13.)

Raleigh white modern country farmhouses 

#12 modern farmhouse feature: Classic bathrooms

This Chatham Country modern farmhouse bathroom has classic simplicity.

 

  

#13 modern farmhouse feature: Lots of windows

More natural light is one of the top trends for modern farmhouse new homes in NC. 

Raleigh white modern country farmhouses

#14 modern farmhouse feature: Drop zones

Drop zones provide a place to put things you want to find easily, like this modern farmhouse.

 

 

#15 modern farmhouse feature: Storage 

This modern farmhouse has built-ins all over the place. 

 

 

#16 modern farmhouse feature: Raised ceilings

Raised ceilings open up gathering areas in countryside homes 

 

 #17 modern farmhouse feature: Whimsical features

Even the smallest of features can make a big impact in custom homes, like this custom built wine rack.

 

 Or trim features such as ship lap and beams. 

 

Raleigh white modern country farmhouses

 

#18 modern farmhouse feature: Hardwood floors and stairways

Real hardwood floors remain a solid choice for NC modern farmhouses.

Raleigh white modern country farmhouses

 

#19 modern farmhouse feature: Wainscoting 

Wainscoting can help detail a country style bathroom. 

 

Raleigh white modern country farmhouses

 

More Wake County New Homes | Custom Home Builder NC Options

 

 

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Free Screen Porch for your custom Stanton Home now through Memorial Day

Posted by Stanton Homes on Thu, Mar 28, 2019 @ 09:03 AM

Your 12'x12' Screen Porch comes FREE on your custom built Stanton Home, with signed Purchase Agreement now through Memorial Day May 27 2019    Screen Porch promo pix

Example of 12'x12' screen porch. Rooflines, grade, exterior home materials and other factors may vary depending on your floor plan and lot for your custom Stanton Home.

 

Your FREE 12'x12' screen porch for this exclusive event in honor of American Heroes who have served our country in the armed forces will include these 8 features:

 

- Decking

- Screened walls on all exterior sides of screen room

- Screen under the floor boards 

- Ceiling fan

- Beadboard ceiling

- Door from interior to screen porch

- Screen door to exterior

- Wood steps to grade

 

Call Lara at 919 800 1703 for more information.

 

 

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19 Modern Farmhouse Photos

Posted by Stanton Homes on Tue, Mar 26, 2019 @ 09:03 AM

 

Modern Farmhouses are the Top Request for NC Homes in 2019

Here are 19 top requests for custom modern farmhouses in 2019

#1 modern farmhouse feature: White exterior

White is the number one color request for new modern farmhouses in NC.

 

Raleigh white modern country farmhouses

#2 modern farmhouse feature: Big covered porches

Big covered porches are the most popular feature in modern farmhouses.

Raleigh white modern country farmhouses

#3 modern farmhouse feature: Dormers

Dormers are a frequent feature on new Modern Farmhouses in NC.

Raleigh white modern country farmhouses 

 #4 modern  farmhouse feature: Metal roof

Metal roofs remain popular - especially as accents, like this Raleigh custom home.

Raleigh white modern country farmhouses 

#5 modern farmhouse feature: Screen porch

Outdoor living is a huge draw in NC, with screen porches a top request for new homes.

Raleigh white modern country farmhouses 

#6 modern farmhouse feature: Open kitchen and great room

Beamed ceilings help set open areas apart, like this kitchen/great room. 

 

Raleigh white modern country farmhouses 

#7 modern farmhouse feature: Big island

A big island in the kitchen provides the opportunity for everyone to gather together.

 

Raleigh white modern country farmhouses  

#8 modern farmhouse feature: White cabinets

White kitchen cabinetry is often the choice in new modern farmhouses.

 

Raleigh white modern country farmhouses 

#9 modern farmhouse feature: Industrial and artistic lighting

Exaggerated lighting calls attention to specific areas, like this kitchen island.

Raleigh white modern country farmhouses

 

#10 modern farmhouse feature: Big pantry

Big pantries with custom shelving is a huge hit in NC custom homes.

 

Raleigh white modern country farmhouses 

#11 modern farmhouse feature: Apron sink

Apron front sinks are one of the first upgrade requests for 2019 modern farmhouses. (Also see sinks in features #9 and #13.)

Raleigh white modern country farmhouses 

#12 modern farmhouse feature: Classic bathrooms

This Chatham Country modern farmhouse bathroom has classic simplicity.

 

  

#13 modern farmhouse feature: Lots of windows

More natural light is one of the top trends for modern farmhouse new homes in NC. 

Raleigh white modern country farmhouses

#14 modern farmhouse feature: Drop zones

Drop zones provide a place to put things you want to find easily, like this modern farmhouse.

 

 

#15 modern farmhouse feature: Storage 

This modern farmhouse has built-ins all over the place. 

 

 

#16 modern farmhouse feature: Raised ceilings

Raised ceilings open up gathering areas in countryside homes 

 

 #17 modern farmhouse feature: Whimsical features

Even the smallest of features can make a big impact in custom homes, like this custom built wine rack.

 

 Or trim features such as ship lap and beams. 

 

Raleigh white modern country farmhouses

 

#18 modern farmhouse feature: Hardwood floors and stairways

Real hardwood floors remain a solid choice for NC modern farmhouses.

Raleigh white modern country farmhouses

 

#19 modern farmhouse feature: Wainscoting 

Wainscoting can help detail a country style bathroom. 

 

Raleigh white modern country farmhouses

 

More Wake County New Homes | Custom Home Builder NC Options

 

 

Want to see more floor plans?

 

Get Started Here - Custom Building Your New Home 

 

 

 

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14 Photos of Screen Porches for new homes in NC

Posted by Stanton Homes on Fri, Mar 22, 2019 @ 11:03 AM

See 14 screen porches (click on photos to see inside the homes, too)     

Enjoy indoor/outdoor living year-round with a screen porch to keep things cozy. Here are 21 photos of Screen Porches designed and built by Stanton Homes, to give you more ideas for your custom home, with entertainment space under the roof: 

Screen Porch Design #1 - Dual stairways provide free flow in two directions to the back yard for this family-sized screen porch. Screen porches like this can be adapted to fit just about any custom home by a custom home builder in North Carolina.

ArcadiaScreenPorch 

Screen Porch Design #2 - This huge Treehouse Screen Porch offers birds-eye views of wooded acreage. A stairway to the back yard has a landing in the middle, to ease the way down. The beadboard ceiling is tinted to match the color scheme of this custom home in Chatham County.

CabotScreenPorch

 

Screen Porch Design #3 - Ceiling fans help circulate fresh air in big screen porches like this. The choice here of a wide plank white ceiling gives a more formal look to outdoor living. Screening on all exterior walls as well as under the floor boards helps keep insects on the outside.

AliciaScreenPorch

 

Screen Porch Design #4 - This huge screen porch was designed in conjunction with a patio below that provides the perfect place for grilling for outdoor eating on this expansive entertainment area.  Fresh air and wide open views add enjoyment.

BellemontScreenPorch-1

 

Screen Porch Design #5 - Expansive space including a high ceiling gives this massive screen porch the ability to host indoor/outdoor activities with as much room to maneuver as the gathering areas inside this custom home.

BroganScreenPorch

 

Screen Porch Design #6 - The spaciousness of this huge screen porch is even more expansive with the high ceiling that follows the roofline. A deck beyond carries outdoor living around the side of the home as well as down into the property.

ChaletVertScreenPorch

 

Screen Porch Design #7 - This high top screen porch adds artistry to this new home in Orange County designed by the homeowners with their custom home builder. The extended screened room walls heighten elegance for this intimate outdoor living space.

CoqueryCottageScreenPorch

 

Screen Porch Design #8 - This massive screen porch is almost like having a basement - with a breeze. The concrete flooring in place of decking extends the home's foundation. The see-through fireplace and three sets of glass French doors invite flow-through for large gatherings.

DanielScreenPorch

 

Screen Porch Design #9 - Small back yard? Extend its usability with a big screen porch like this custom home in Apex, NC. The huge fan with light set into a high ceiling expands versatility for long hours of protected outdoor living.

DinsmoreScreenPorch2

 

Screen Porch Design #10 - Custom homes often carry the roofline across the screen porch like this, so the enclosed screen room feels like it's an integral part of the custom home design. A ceiling fan lengthens indoor/outdoor enjoyment.

GlenviewScreenPorch-1

 

Screen Porch Design #11 - The grandeur of this custom designed screen room with extensive upper decking and a massive ceiling fan steeps this ultimate screen porch with the luxury of a Grand Lodge.

GrandLodgeScreenPorch

 

Screen Porch Design #12 - Practical and simplistic, this screen porch pairs up with the patio below for family entertainment. A wooden staircase joins the two levels of outdoor living. A beadboard ceiling completes detail work with the perfect cover story.

GreenhavenScreenPorch

 

Screen Porch Design #13 - When outdoor living is a big emphasis in your lifestyle, this tucked in Screen Porch in accompaniment to a massive wood deck is a great way to enjoy year-long enjoyment of fresh air activities.

SaddleridgeScreenPorch

 

Screen Porch Design #14 - The see-through fireplace in this screen porch makes this indoor/outdoor entertainment screen room attractive all winter long. Beautiful stonework and a wall of windows further enhances the welcoming appeal.

WoodlandRetreatScreenPorch

 

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21 More Fireplaces - Photos of fireplaces with Stone or Brick

Posted by Stanton Homes on Thu, Dec 27, 2018 @ 12:12 PM

21 Top trending stone fireplaces and brick fireplaces for 2019

Click on fireplace photos to see hundreds of additional custom home pictures.

#1 Stone Fireplace: The light colored stone and flagstone chosen for this high topped fireplace blends with a simplistic wood mantle. The coffered ceiling, solid oak flooring and blend of stained and white cabinetry in the kitchen complete the coordinated look.

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#2 Stone Fireplace: This custom designed fireplace combines a beautiful stone arch with a hand built wood mantle and flagstone hearth. Wall-to-wall, floor-to-ceiling shelving further emphasizes the entertainment purpose. Massive windows and Craftsman features wrap the Great Room in additional artistry.

#3 Brick Fireplace with that melds seamlessly with the all brick home: This see-through fireplace gives warmth to this massive screen porch with a concrete floor for year-round usability. Three sets of French Doors provide exceptional flow-through.

DanielScreenPorch-1

 #4 Stone Fireplace: This see-through fireplace defines space as a go-between for the biggest gathering areas in the home. The fan in the massive trey ceiling reflects the solid oak hardwood floor and oak stair steps and railing, for a cohesive look.

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#5 Stone Fireplace: This stacked stone surround for this see-through fireplace is designed to draw attention to the extended living area in the screen porch beyond the wall of windows. The dual nature of the fireplace entices gatherings inside and out.

WoodlandRetreatKitchenGreatRoom

 #6 Brick Fireplace: This brick fireplace has a hand-sawed log from the property as its mantle, creating a truly unique fireplace with personal meaning. A wall of storage cubbies and cabinets completes this entertainment area.

Brown Fireplace

#7 Stone Fireplace: This see-through fireplace provides an inviting place to sit around in this huge screen porch all year long. Windows on either side enable those in the outside to see what's happening inside, too.

 WoodlandRetreatScreenPorch-1

#8 Brick Fireplace: The brick surround for this modern fireplace is replicated in the brick wall behind the bar in this basement entertainment floor. The wood-look tile floor, extensive lighting and light and dark grey palate provides contrast. A built-in wine rack completes the decor. 

#9 Stone Fireplace: This see-through fireplace is framed in stacked stone to the ceiling that defines the Dining Room and Great Room. The stone work is repeated on either side of a wall of windows as well as the entrance to this custom home. A coffered ceiling and floor to ceiling wainscoting add interest to this open floor plan.

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#10 Stone Fireplace: This stone stacked fireplace has a cedar mantle balanced by cedar trim around the wall of windows. There is more cedar trim in the kitchen and more stacked stone on the dining room wall and the exterior of the home, providing a theme throughout this custom home. 

#11 Stone Fireplace: This stacked stone is two stories high - a towering effect for this Great Room. A simple wood mantle and flagstone hearth complete the fireplace. Lots of natural light helps spotlight this masterpiece.

#12 Stone Fireplace: This stone fireplace is surrounded by additional stone features in this custom designed home. From the archway at the edge of the Great Room to the stone column in the Kitchen, a tile floor throughout connects the theme.

#13 Stone Fireplace: This see-through stacked stone fireplace defines the Dining Room. The hand-built mantle stretches around the corner with artistic appeal. A coffered ceiling and modern chandelier add to formality.

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#14 Stone Fireplace: This classic fireplace combines subtle stone work surround with a detailed white mantle and columns that add formality. A Stone hearth completes the setting. The color palate of the surrounding rooms are created from the color hues in the stone.

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#15 Stone Fireplace: This stone work provides the feel of a mountain home, in a totally different application and appearance than typical stone fireplaces. The Great Room setting further emphasizes the theme with a wood ceiling, wood floor, and entire wall of cabinetry storage.

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#16 Stone Fireplace: This fireplace with a stone surround is placed in a setting of artistic elements such as the cable rails on the overlook above. Additional cable rails can be seen through the windows of this room, along the upper deck outside. 

SmokeyRidgeGreatRoom-1

#17 Brick Fireplace: This fireplace is set into a brick wall in the Great Room of this custom designed home. Artistic elements abound, from the hanging lights to the dramatic overlook. A touch of blue makes the Island stand out as a gathering place, with close proximity to the warmth of the fireplace.

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#18 Stone Fireplace: The white stone surround of this fireplace provides a light and airy feel to the Great Room of this custom home. A coffered ceiling with a center fan and solid oak hardwood flooring frame the fireplace with the help of big windows. The Kitchen is close by, for convenience.

SusanGreatRoom-1

#19 Stone Fireplace: Stacked stone to the ceiling says that this fireplace is the center point of the home. Tones in the rock are reflected in the surrounding colors on walls, Kitchen tile back splash, and granite. Oak Hardwood flooring stain was chosen in tandem with the fan above.

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#20 Stone Fireplace: This screen porch fireplace reflects the look of nature, with its stacked stone surround, Wood crafted design above and across the stained beadboard ceiling. A fan above circulates air year-round. A very appealing outdoor living area!

RemingtonScreenPorch

#21 Stone Fireplace: This floor to ceiling stone work encases the fireplace in this dramatically lit room. Cabinetry across the wall adds to the entertainment possibilities. Wood-look tile flooring completes the appeal of this estate home retreat room.

 

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Screen Porches Trending for 2019 [14 Photos of Screen Porch Designs in NC]

Posted by Stanton Homes on Sun, Dec 09, 2018 @ 12:12 PM

See 14 screen porches (click on photos to see inside the homes, too)     

Enjoy indoor/outdoor living year-round with a screen porch to keep things cozy. Here are 21 photos of Screen Porches designed and built by Stanton Homes, to give you more ideas for your custom home, with entertainment space under the roof: 

Screen Porch Design #1 - Dual stairways provide free flow in two directions to the back yard for this family-sized screen porch. Screen porches like this can be adapted to fit just about any custom home by a custom home builder in North Carolina.

ArcadiaScreenPorch 

Screen Porch Design #2 - This huge Treehouse Screen Porch offers birds-eye views of wooded acreage. A stairway to the back yard has a landing in the middle, to ease the way down. The beadboard ceiling is tinted to match the color scheme of this custom home in Chatham County.

CabotScreenPorch

 

Screen Porch Design #3 - Ceiling fans help circulate fresh air in big screen porches like this. The choice here of a wide plank white ceiling gives a more formal look to outdoor living. Screening on all exterior walls as well as under the floor boards helps keep insects on the outside.

AliciaScreenPorch

 

Screen Porch Design #4 - This huge screen porch was designed in conjunction with a patio below that provides the perfect place for grilling for outdoor eating on this expansive entertainment area.  Fresh air and wide open views add enjoyment.

BellemontScreenPorch-1

 

Screen Porch Design #5 - Expansive space including a high ceiling gives this massive screen porch the ability to host indoor/outdoor activities with as much room to maneuver as the gathering areas inside this custom home.

BroganScreenPorch

 

Screen Porch Design #6 - The spaciousness of this huge screen porch is even more expansive with the high ceiling that follows the roofline. A deck beyond carries outdoor living around the side of the home as well as down into the property.

ChaletVertScreenPorch

 

Screen Porch Design #7 - This high top screen porch adds artistry to this new home in Orange County designed by the homeowners with their custom home builder. The extended screened room walls heighten elegance for this intimate outdoor living space.

CoqueryCottageScreenPorch

 

Screen Porch Design #8 - This massive screen porch is almost like having a basement - with a breeze. The concrete flooring in place of decking extends the home's foundation. The see-through fireplace and three sets of glass French doors invite flow-through for large gatherings.

DanielScreenPorch

 

Screen Porch Design #9 - Small back yard? Extend its usability with a big screen porch like this custom home in Apex, NC. The huge fan with light set into a high ceiling expands versatility for long hours of protected outdoor living.

DinsmoreScreenPorch2

 

Screen Porch Design #10 - Custom homes often carry the roofline across the screen porch like this, so the enclosed screen room feels like it's an integral part of the custom home design. A ceiling fan lengthens indoor/outdoor enjoyment.

GlenviewScreenPorch-1

 

Screen Porch Design #11 - The grandeur of this custom designed screen room with extensive upper decking and a massive ceiling fan steeps this ultimate screen porch with the luxury of a Grand Lodge.

GrandLodgeScreenPorch

 

Screen Porch Design #12 - Practical and simplistic, this screen porch pairs up with the patio below for family entertainment. A wooden staircase joins the two levels of outdoor living. A beadboard ceiling completes detail work with the perfect cover story.

GreenhavenScreenPorch

 

Screen Porch Design #13 - When outdoor living is a big emphasis in your lifestyle, this tucked in Screen Porch in accompaniment to a massive wood deck is a great way to enjoy year-long enjoyment of fresh air activities.

SaddleridgeScreenPorch

 

Screen Porch Design #14 - The see-through fireplace in this screen porch makes this indoor/outdoor entertainment screen room attractive all winter long. Beautiful stonework and a wall of windows further enhances the welcoming appeal.

WoodlandRetreatScreenPorch

 

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Screen Porches Trending for 2019 [14 Photos of Top Trending Screen Porch Designs in NC]

Posted by Stanton Homes on Thu, Dec 06, 2018 @ 10:12 AM

See 14 screen porches (click on photos to see inside the homes, too)     

Enjoy indoor/outdoor living year-round with a screen porch to keep things cozy. Here are 21 photos of Screen Porches designed and built by Stanton Homes, to give you more ideas for your custom home, with entertainment space under the roof:

 

Screen Porch Design #1 - Dual stairways provide free flow in two directions to the back yard for this family-sized screen porch. Screen porches like this can be adapted to fit just about any custom home by a custom home builder in North Carolina.

ArcadiaScreenPorch 

Screen Porch Design #2 - This huge Treehouse Screen Porch offers birds-eye views of wooded acreage. A stairway to the back yard has a landing in the middle, to ease the way down. The beadboard ceiling is tinted to match the color scheme of this custom home in Chatham County.

CabotScreenPorch

 

Screen Porch Design #3 - Ceiling fans help circulate fresh air in big screen porches like this. The choice here of a wide plank white ceiling gives a more formal look to outdoor living. Screening on all exterior walls as well as under the floor boards helps keep insects on the outside.

AliciaScreenPorch

 

Screen Porch Design #4 - This huge screen porch was designed in conjunction with a patio below that provides the perfect place for grilling for outdoor eating on this expansive entertainment area.  Fresh air and wide open views add enjoyment.

BellemontScreenPorch-1

 

Screen Porch Design #5 - Expansive space including a high ceiling gives this massive screen porch the ability to host indoor/outdoor activities with as much room to maneuver as the gathering areas inside this custom home.

BroganScreenPorch

 

Screen Porch Design #6 - The spaciousness of this huge screen porch is even more expansive with the high ceiling that follows the roofline. A deck beyond carries outdoor living around the side of the home as well as down into the property.

ChaletVertScreenPorch

 

Screen Porch Design #7 - This high top screen porch adds artistry to this new home in Orange County designed by the homeowners with their custom home builder. The extended screened room walls heighten elegance for this intimate outdoor living space.

CoqueryCottageScreenPorch

 

Screen Porch Design #8 - This massive screen porch is almost like having a basement - with a breeze. The concrete flooring in place of decking extends the home's foundation. The see-through fireplace and three sets of glass French doors invite flow-through for large gatherings.

DanielScreenPorch

 

Screen Porch Design #9 - Small back yard? Extend its usability with a big screen porch like this custom home in Apex, NC. The huge fan with light set into a high ceiling expands versatility for long hours of protected outdoor living.

DinsmoreScreenPorch2

 

Screen Porch Design #10 - Custom homes often carry the roofline across the screen porch like this, so the enclosed screen room feels like it's an integral part of the custom home design. A ceiling fan lengthens indoor/outdoor enjoyment.

GlenviewScreenPorch-1

 

Screen Porch Design #11 - The grandeur of this custom designed screen room with extensive upper decking and a massive ceiling fan steeps this ultimate screen porch with the luxury of a Grand Lodge.

GrandLodgeScreenPorch

 

Screen Porch Design #12 - Practical and simplistic, this screen porch pairs up with the patio below for family entertainment. A wooden staircase joins the two levels of outdoor living. A beadboard ceiling completes detail work with the perfect cover story.

GreenhavenScreenPorch

 

Screen Porch Design #13 - When outdoor living is a big emphasis in your lifestyle, this tucked in Screen Porch in accompaniment to a massive wood deck is a great way to enjoy year-long enjoyment of fresh air activities.

SaddleridgeScreenPorch

 

Screen Porch Design #14 - The see-through fireplace in this screen porch makes this indoor/outdoor entertainment screen room attractive all winter long. Beautiful stonework and a wall of windows further enhances the welcoming appeal.

WoodlandRetreatScreenPorch

 

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