Also, the City fees and plans run 20k, so you are over 100k before you break ground here.That's a nice spec house! Much nicer than some of ones I work on.
Just curious ..What do the lots go for In that division?
Here, A home like like that In a high end division would sell for $200,000 tops.
I remember an architect who kept promoting that, saying it's better detached and you can landscape around it. Never made sense to me having to walk outside when you have a foot of snow. I don't know, seems like the house speaks the same thing either way Some people like it, some don't.fjn said:I 'M a big fan of detached garages,allows the home to express it's style way better than attached.:thumbsup: With the garage set back,it immediately allows the house to "say" a person lives here. Whereas,a snout garage says to the public,"a car lives here". Nicely done !:thumbsup: