Deciding which plan to build is one of the most exciting aspects of building your new home. To help you determine which plan is best for you, consider which features will be most important to you and your family. Here’s a few thought starters to help you out…
- Is it the right size for your needs? Not too large for your budget, nor too small for your needs.
- How many bedrooms will you need? Will you need extra bedrooms in the future or for guests?
- Do you need an office or work room?
- Will the kitchen work for your needs? Does it have the space and features that you are looking for?
- How is the family room placed? Is it large enough? Does it have room for the TV, game stations, etc.?
Is a separate, formal dining room important to you? Increasingly many people are opting for more flexible, less formal dining spaces.
- How do you like to entertain? Do you want a formal living room or do you prefer an informal gathering room?
- Will your furniture fit? (For example, if you have a large wall unit, will it fit in the plan’s living room?
- Where should the laundry be placed?
- Are you looking for future expansion space such as a bonus room or a basement that could be finished?
- Will you want to add a deck or porch later on?
- How many stalls will you need in the garage? Will there be room for toys, bikes, yard equipment, etc.?
- Does it have the amenities you’ve been hoping for? Things like a fireplace, built-ins, large master suite, vaulted ceilings, just to name a few.
Key Land Homes has over 40 different plans and one is sure to fit. We offer everything from ramblers, to split-entry’s and 2-story’s. Our agents are experienced at helping homebuyers determine their priorities and finding the plan that best suits them. Plus, all Key Land Homes plans are flexible; plans can be reversed and many other modifications can be made to customize our plans to fit your needs.
Our customers say… “We found that Key Land had many more plans to choose from than other builders – and all of the plans just seemed better. We didn’t have to compromise because there was so much to choose from. Our new home is spacious yet homey, it’s welcoming and easy to live in.”