Check out this spectacular Cape Cod home

The Cape Cod Style home is a classic New England home dating back to early colonial times.  From then to now it has consistently grown in popularity and many contend The Cape is the Quintessential Vermont home.

The Maple Farm Cape sits on 40 acres in Southern Vermont overlooking spectacular property that even includes a fully stocked Trout Pond.

Incorporated within The Maple Farm Cape:

Continuing with our New House of the week

The Champlain Ranch home is our new design for this week.  Yesterday you looked at the interior layout of this spacious three-bedroom Ranch Home.

Take a look at today’s photograph, actually we merged two pictures into one for the blog.

We want you to see a computer drawing of the exterior as this picture shows you exactly how the house will look.  Everything is exact and reflects how the house will look.

More of our new Colonial Home

Earlier this week we introduced you to our new Colonial Home, The Wyoming Colonial.  If you go back in our blog posts you can see the layout for the first and second floor of this handsome four-bedroom, three full bathroom, colonial home.

Today you can see exactly how the exterior of the home will look.

Let’s take a tour of our new Colonial Home.

Yesterday we introduced you to The Wyoming Colonial Home, a four-bedroom, three full bathroom home that is just perfect for a big family.  Yesterday we “walked around” the first floor with its Open Concept.  On Facebook we have a bunch of favorable comments from folks that liked the layout.

This Two-Story Colonial has 2, 323 square feet of living space; it is not a Tiny-House, yet it is not so big as to qualify as a McMansion.  By the way, those huge homes seem to have gone out of style.

Look what’s trending at Vermont Modular

Every once in a while, we have an individual style home that is enormously popular.  Just this week we’ve had numerous inquiries about The Banff style Vacation Home.  The Banff is named after a world class resort in Alberta Canada, that’s out in the Canadian Rockies on the shores of Lake Louise.  I’ve never been but the photographs are spectacular.

And, so is this vacation home!  The Banff from Vermont Modular Homes has beautiful lines that harken back to a modified Cape Cod with that contemporary flare. 

What about those basement windows?

The other day we had what I think was a great question from Linda in New York; she wants to know if she has too many basement windows and should she close-off some of those windows.  What do basement windows actually do?

Take a look at today’s photograph that shows the basement windows in a brand-new foundation in Washington County Vermont.  This foundation was part of a project we did several years ago.

So, what do these strategically placed windows do:

How important was heat loss?

Throughout our blog posts we are constantly talking about Heat Loss and how very important it is.  The more heat you loose from your home the more money it costs you and the more fossil fuel you burn.  Losing money isn’t a good idea and contributing to Global Warming is for sure not a good idea.  Losing money is the same as foolishly wasting money, that’s fairly dumb.  Contributing to Global Warming is irresponsible!

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