New Home Featured in the 2016 Cedar City Festival of Homes

master bedroom, two side tables and lamps, soft grey carpet, beige bedspread and throw blanket, entrance to bathroom
view into bathroom from master bedroom, clear glass walk in shower and separate toilet room
window view from bed in master bedroom looking into backyard
master bedroom with king size bed, side tables, and window view into backyard
built in shelving and storage in the master bedroom walk in closet
vanity with overhanging yellow and brown glass lights and small stool with white cushion
back patio exterior, small red rock gravel, smooth stamped dark brown concrete, rock retaining wall and pine trees, blue sky with light clouds
back patio exterior with french doors open to living room, green grass, rock wall, stepping stones leading to entrance
front exterior with concrete driveway, pine tree, garage door
left side of image shows front door open leading to living room couch, right side of image shows dining room table with one bench, two wood chairs, and two white leather chairs
office room with large painting on the wall, one small desk and chair and desk lamp, area rug on the floor
L-shaped soft leather couch with dining room table in the background
kitchen counter showing brown cabinets, sink, dishwasher, and living room in the background
kitchen counter with two bar stools, hard wood flooring, ceiling lights
kitchen counter area for dining with four dark brown bar stools
dark brown kitchen table set with white china, white cloth napkins, and silver silverware, with living room in the background of open floor plan
doorway to hallway from spare room
spare room with one queen size bed, dark wood bedframe, bright natural light come from main window that looks out into backyard
architectural drawing of the front exterior of the new home
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Design Details

Featured in the 2016 Festival of Homes this is an amazing split floor plan. It’s been independently tested and inspected and has earned a great HERS Index score as well as Energy Star® Certification. We used only certified low VOC (volatile organic compounds) products for fresh, clean, healthy air. The design is based for easy & convenient living and incorporate many principles of Universal Design, or Aging-in-Place. To top it off, the finishes are amazing with custom maple barn doors, beautiful tile accents, a substantial kitchen any cook would relish, and wood floor. You can either sit inside on a chilly morning and look out to the surrounding forest through the floor-to-ceiling windows, or you can go out and sit on the covered patio and feel the sweet summer air on your skin.

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