The Springville House Plan is a four bedroom version of our best selling Summerville 109 plan. It’s been updated with a modern farmhouse styling, its glass garage door and casement windows give it a contemporary feel. Dark charcoal elements like the vents that accent the gabled peaks and wrought-iron roof stays that support the metal shed roofs.
The sheltering front porch leads to a foyer overlooking the open space of the great room, dining and kitchen areas. Sliding glass doors and large windows reveal the backyard views and bring in loads of sunlight.
Indoor Outdoor Living
The spacious Great Room reveals double glass sliders that open to the covered Lanai. Perfect for entertaining. Easy accessibility to the Kitchen makes serving meals a breeze. There’s plenty of room at the breakfast bar for those “on the go,” and a direct exit to the garage. A pantry closet is just around the corner from the Kitchen and makes easy access for grocery delivery. The formal Dining Room takes in views from the rear of the home and has its own access to the covered lanai.
The Springville House Plan has an Owner’s Suite that is secluded from the public spaces with a private entrance. Walk past his and hers walk-in closets to the spacious bedroom with decorative tray ceiling above. The Owner’s Bath is accessed through a pocket door and offers a dual sink vanity, with walk-in shower and private privy.
This split bedroom plan offers three guest bedrooms on the opposite side of the home. A private hall accesses all three bedrooms that share a single three piece bath. This bath is conveniently accessed from the great room. The guest bedroom #1 is a great flex space and could be used as a Study, Bonus Room or Playroom for kids.
The Laundry Room is positioned near the garage door and offers a necessary sink for wash ups.
Designed into the Springville House Plan, are exclusive energy-saving techniques. When built to these specs, it can result in a 50% savings when compared to other new homes. An even bigger savings of 60-70% when compared to older homes.