While at its core an Architect Design style home is designed by an architect, there are a variety of traditional styles from which to choose. Some of the more popular architectural styles include Craftsman, Colonial, and Cape Cod. Other styles include Bungalow, Contemporary, Country, Cottage, Farmhouse, Mid-Century Modern, Mountain, Shingle, and Traditional.
Choosing a style gives your architect a starting point. Or you could ask for a wholly original design. Either way, your architect will be able to take your ideas and design a custom home for you.
Yankee Barn Homes is delighted to work with your architect to help you design your new home. They have experience working with outside architects. When an architect is involved, the YBH team brings code compliance, jurisdiction approvals, materials, and finishing selection, along with site selection and building location into the mix. The design team will work with your architect to achieve the goals you have for your new Yankee Barn Home. They’ll also include your architect in all appropriate meetings and communications and meet with them whenever it’s needed.
Where can I build an Architect Design style home?
One of the great benefits of using an architect is they help you choose materials and finishes. They can work around oddly shaped lots, historic trees, smaller spaces, and city lots. With an architect, you have a good steward of resources readily available to you.
Having a team of professionals who know about site selection, and who can guide you through this process is just one of the many benefits that working with Yankee Barn Homes offers. Let Yankee Barn Homes walk you through the different phases of designing and building a home. Their experience will allow you to avoid many of the pitfalls that can come with this process. YBH can work with you no matter where you are in your process. They’re excited to work with you and your architect to design the right post and beam home for you.
What are the design options for Architect Design style homes?
With its beautiful combination of brick and paneling welcoming you home, the Buell is a 3,388 square foot home. It has 4 spacious bedrooms and 5 baths, which means that you and guests alike will have plenty of space. This unique home has two corner glass walls. One glass wall is in the dining room, and the other is in the stairwell. Downstairs boasts a large porch and a kitchen with a breakfast area. The upstairs master bedroom has a private deck. This home was designed by Southampton architect, James McChesney.
2. Catskill Lodge
This stunning home is 3,881 square feet with 6 bedrooms and 5 baths. Its exterior is wood paneling with lumber posts and edges. Boasting a two-car garage and large windows to let the light in, the Buell makes a wonderful primary residence with room for everyone in the family, plus a guest or three. Its finely crafted siding pops against the wooden panels. Gather everyone into the dining room for delicious feasts for the eyes and mouths. There are large windows in the dining room that offer spectacular views. This home was designed by MAF Architects, who are based in Connecticut.
3. Northwest Harbor
With stately shingle siding above weathered grey siding set vertically in a modern style, this classic-looking home is 3,830 square feet. It has 5 lovely bedrooms and 4.5 baths, which means there’s space for the whole family! The large front door invites you up onto the covered porch, and out of the weather. This home is a partial post and beam, giving a timeless, yet modern feel. The kitchen is joined to the dining area and great room, which is open to the above second story. A huge deck off the great room will double the living space in good weather. This home was designed by New York City firm, Christian Ricci Architecture.
4. Windsor Farmhouse
The Windsor Farmhouse is a spectacular take on the classic American farm home. This home is 3,186 square feet with 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths. With its boxy shape broken up by lovely windows, you can almost imagine yourself back in the 1800s. But don’t let its old-fashioned, yet classic look, deceive you. This energy-efficient home has all of the modern touches. Three skylights let the light into the kitchen, where its spacious design is functional and elegant. There is a patio and porch downstairs, along with a living room and a library. Both bedrooms upstairs feature walk-in closets.