When you make the choice to purchase a new home you may realize choosing a floor plan can be quite overwhelming, and you’re not alone. There is a lot to consider—your lifestyle, your preferences, and where your home is built among others. Let Bill Beazley Homes make the process a little easier by guiding you to a floor plan you can live in comfortably.
For retirees, the Glenbrook II floor plan provides convenience and accessibility
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First, you will need to decide on the size that works best for you and your family.
One size does not fit all. Choosing a floor plan to fit your needs is a vital first step towards your new home. Whether you’re looking for a manageable bachelor pad or a home with room to raise a family you want to be confident your choice will allow you the space required.
Check out the spaciousness of the Greenwood floor plan.
Second, you will need to remember to stay within your budget.
Understanding how much you have to spend will help prevent you from falling in love with a floor plan out of your price range and help you narrow down your options. When you know your limits you can make informed decisions that will allow you to get the most bang for your buck. Don’t forget to factor in additional cost such as furnishing, maintenance, and closing costs.
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Third, you will need to choose a plan that will match your lifestyle.
Whatever floor plan you choose, you should feel comfortable in your own home. There are many questions to consider when matching a floor plan to your lifestyle, including:
– How big is your family?
– Do you prefer privacy, or entertaining company?
– Do you have any pets?
– Are you looking for a place to sleep after a long days work or a sanctuary where you’ll spend most of your time?
– How important are things such as a laundry room or patio to you?
– Do you have plans to expand in the future?
Fourth, you will need to consider where your home is being built.
Depending on where your house is built, your floor plan could be a safe haven from the elements or a place to take advantage of a gorgeous summer day. The floor plan you choose should allow you to take advantage of the positive aspects of your location while at the same time protecting you from the downsides.
Finally, you will need to match your floor plan with your sense of style.
While things such as price, location, and size are all important aspects to consider when choosing your floor plan don’t forget that above all you want to feel comfortable in your own home. Choose a floor plan you can look forward to coming home to everyday, as well as one that allows you ample space to display your preferred aesthetic style.
The Homestead II Floor Plan provides ample space for a 4 unit family.