Designed and Built to Span Generations
Legacy homes have the distinction of being a special place. The place where family wants to be on Christmas morning; the place where the neighborhood kids like to hang out; the place where friends stop by on Friday after work; the place where everyone wants to hang out on the weekend; the place that everyone refers to as “Home”.
A legacy home may be a long-term investment and should be built with durability and maintenance in mind but it takes more than just good construction to make a house endure. Over time the needs of the occupants change. Lifestyle Considerations and Adaptable Design refer to the ability of a home to suit multiple and changing needs of its occupants. As a family grows or ages, their needs for space and functionality evolve. There are several considerations related to the specific needs of a family but also to the changing demographics of what defines a family and the occupants of a home.
The process of designing and building a special home isn’t for everyone but some people don’t want the same thing as everyone else. Don't settle for a standard floor plan. Wouldn’t you like a unique home that’s designed and built just for you?
What would you include in your home if you could design and build everything that you want?
Sports Bar Outdoor Kitchen
A quiet office to work from home
A Man Cave or She Shed
A Craft Room or hobby space
A custom car garage or RV storage space
A Bunk Room for grandchildren
Little is more meaningful and personal than a home, and the experience of designing and building your own home should be rewarding and enjoyable. Choosing a builder is difficult. The process of designing and building a home involves numerous decisions about components, systems and services selected from criteria that includes price, quality, appearance and performance. How can you possibly understand everything unless the builder is willing to share all of the information?
Allow us to introduce you to The GCH Way of building your next home. Please let us know if you have any questions. Keith Groninger