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This two-story home boasts a Southern and traditional appeal with its hipped rooflines, symmetrical shuttered windows, three dormers above, and a red front door that stands out against the home’s white exterior.
A mixture of board and batten siding, classic red bricks, and rustic wood accents bring an immense curb appeal to this New American style farmhouse. It includes varying gable peaks and a spacious front porch that creates a warm welcome.
This single-story home radiates a rustic charm with its stately stone exterior, cedar shakes, nested gables, and tapered columns bordering the entry porch. It features two double garages where one has a flexible bonus room above.
This single-story mountain craftsman home offers a sprawling floor plan that wraps around a partially covered deck creating seamless indoor-outdoor living. It includes an optional walkout basement that gives game and sitting areas, a home theatre, and two additional bedrooms.
This traditional barndo-style home offers a simple and efficient floor plan with an open layout that promotes convenient living and increased family bonding. It includes a massive 4-car garage with 1,902 square feet – even larger than the 1,458 square feet of living space.
Clad in a stone exterior, this single-story European home boasts a great curb appeal further enhanced by hipped rooflines, huge windows, and decorative brackets gracing the pillars. It includes a porte-cochere and a motor court that connects the four garage bays.
Slanted roofs, clean lines, and a multitude of large windows lend a modern influence to this 5-bedroom Northwest home. It features a stacked garage with a double garage beneath and another 2-car tandem garage with a shop.
This two-story country manor home exhibits a rustic charm with its striking stone and siding, metal roof accents, and decorative wood trims gracing the multiple gables. Car enthusiasts will appreciate the oversized 4-car garage that opens to a sports room and mudroom.
A beautiful blend of stone and cedar shakes embellish this 5-bedroom Victorian home. It is loaded with luxury amenities including an expansive outdoor space, a rooftop deck accessible from a spiral staircase, and a handy elevator that takes you to the lower level up to the second floor.
This 3-bedroom home is a craftsman beauty showcasing its stucco and stone siding, multiple gables, decorative brackets, and an inviting front porch bordered by tapered columns. It features plenty of outdoor space and a second-level office complete with a full bath and a private deck.
The single-story mountain home exhibits a craftsman charm with its board and batten siding, stone accents, decorative wood trims, and metal roofs adorned with shed dormers. The oversized angled garage adds to the home’s appeal.
This single-story craftsman home exudes classic charm with its gable rooflines, board and batten vertical siding, and gorgeous stone accents that accentuate the home’s appeal. It has a sprawling floor plan that highlights various ceiling treatments such as beamed, vaulted, and tray.
When you walk into this home, the great room opens up spectacularly but there’s a den on the left and dining room on right. Once in the great room (living room), the kitchen is to the right with an adjacent dining nook.
The 5-bedroom European home flaunts an elegant charm featuring a brick and stucco exterior, hipped rooflines, arched porches, and turrets that are reminiscent of the magical castles in every fairy tale.
A luxury Mediterranean home with a contemporary touch showcasing its stucco siding, beautiful stone accents, an arched portico, an oversized angled garage, and a multitude of glass windows bringing an abundant amount of natural light in.
This RV garage apartment has a sleek rectangular box shape clad in stucco siding with wood accents. It has an efficient floor plan designed for storing your recreational vehicle and other oversized vehicles.
A two-story farmhouse with modern flair showcasing its board and batten siding, metal roof accents, and shed dormers that maximize access to natural light. An oversized 4-car garage extends in front of the home to create a courtyard entry.
A mixture of stone, glass, and wood siding enhances the contemporary appeal of this 6-bedroom home. It includes an oversized four-car garage that extends in front of the home creating a parking courtyard.
Mixed elements of wood, stone, and glass lend a contemporary influence to this two-story Northwest home. The house features an oversized 4-car garage and a walkout basement making it perfect for sloping lots.
Jon Dykstra owns an interior design company in North Vancouver, British Columbia. He's fascinated by architecture and interiors. He also enjoys gardening at his "house in the burbs" and "homesteading" at his off-the-grid boat-access cabin.
Combine all that with a love of writing and Homestratsophere.com was born. He balances his working time between running his interior design company, working on his off-the-grid cabin and publishing homestratosphere.com.