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New Construction with Lemel Homes

The opportunities of building from scratch are fun and exciting once we help you see a clear path
that meets your budget and design goals.

  • Lemel Homes - New Construction - Ranch -1 - house with attached garage
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  • Are and always have been a popular style
  • Aging in place amenities such as garage slabs flush with garage entry door, 3-foot wide doors to all rooms, and curb-less showers are popular in ranch style homes
  • Bedrooms can all be on same side of house or split
  • Lemel Homes New Construction - 2 Story - front of two story house with some landscaping
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  • Price per square footage slightly lower than ranch
  • Preferences over ranch
  • Multiple home style and design preferences
  • Floor plan typically features gathering rooms on main floor
  • Master bedroom located on either floor
  • Lemel Homes New Construction - Traditional - new house with no landscaping
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  • One of our most popular styles of construction
  • Architectural details borrowed from any historical style
  • Front porches
  • Formal living and dining rooms
  • Features include little ornamentation, simple rooflines, symmetrically spaced windows
  • Lemel Homes New Construction - Craftsman - front of house
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  • Low-pitched roof lines, gabled or hipped roof
  • Deep overhanging eaves add dramatic lines
  • Exposed rafters or decorative brackets under eaves
  • Front porch beneath extension of main roof a popular feature
  • Tapered, square columns supporting roof are often incorporated
  • Hand-crafted stone, woodwork and mixed materials throughout
  • Lemel Homes New Construction - Contemporary - 2 story, front 3/4 view
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  • Encompasses range of styles developed in latter half of 20th century
  • Interiors contain neutral elements and bold color, focusing on basics of line, shape and form
  • Simple, clean lines with large windows and minimal decorative trim
  • Flat, gabled or shed roofs, asymmetrical shapes, and open floor plans
  • Lemel Homes - New Construction - Exposed Lower Level
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  • Sloping lot can hold a walkout basement with room for sleeping spaces, fun recreational rooms, and more
  • Finished lower levels create private zones guests will love, especially suites featuring en suite bathrooms
  • Endless possibilities: wet bars, wine cellars, party room for a billiards table, big television, or even a sport court
  • Obvious advantage in adding square footage without increasing footprint of the home