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LINDAL CEDAR HOMES L I VING DREAMS


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Welcome

Maybe it’s a beach house with a barefoot spirit and a prow of T windows looking out to the shore. Or a storybook farmhouse by

the lake with cozy window seats and a covered porch. Maybe it’s a master-crafted lodge with views as big as all outdoors and plenty of room for family and friends. Or a sleek, stylish contemporary on that perfect piece of land that inspires you to scale down and simplify your life. Whatever your dream of home, you deserve a time-proven way to make it come true—and you’ll find it with Lindal. We’ve been helping people bring their dreams to life for more than 60 years. As the world’s leading maker of custom cedar homes, we know what it takes to transform a dream into a living environment that reflects your passions. Your priorities. Your personal sense of comfort and style. So come in. Bring along your dreams of home. And discover how Lindal is uniquely qualified to help make them come true.


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Contents The Lindal Difference

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Lindal Cedar Lindal Design Lindal Quality Your Local Lindal Dealer The Company The Guarantee of a Lifetime

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The Lindal Gallery

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Classic Contemporary Traditional Small Treasures

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Inspirations

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Home Planning

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Plan It Your Way Creating a Sense of Place Plan Now to Expand Later Energy Wise Going Green Barrier-free Design The Living Kitchen Dream Baths Luxury Suites Home Offices Media Rooms Designing with Light The Magic of Windows Making an Entrance Enlightened Design The Great Outdoors

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Lindal Plans

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Plans Index How to Read the Plans Personalizing Your Plan Classic Contemporary Traditional Small Treasures

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Getting Started

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How to Get Your Lindal Your Dream Team

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Index

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An amazing living space that lets the outdoors in—Lindal design and engineering make this dramatic point of view possible. 38917 MO

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What living dreams are made of—the Lindal Difference, from our awardwinning design, the uncommon quality of our building materials, the personal attention of your local Lindal dealer and a lifetime structural guarantee.

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TheLindal Difference Building your dream home is a major investment. And today, ✴ more than ever, not all homes are created equal. As you look

around, you’ll find wide disparities in the quality of design and building materials—even among high-end homes. That’s why it’s so essential to know what you’re getting for your money—and why so many people who could choose to build any new home, choose Lindal. We’re proud to share with you the people, expertise, and legendary quality behind our longstanding reputation for exceptional materials. Inspired design. Structural integrity. Energy efficiency. Low maintenance. And lasting value on a wide range of budgets. Take a closer look at the Lindal Difference— and discover what a difference it can make to you.

Lindal Cedar Lindal Design Lindal Quality THE LINDAL DIFFERENCE

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1 Lindal Cedar ✴

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The Lindal Difference begins with the lasting strength and beauty of nature’s most perfect building material: Western red cedar. With its natural radiance, warm range of colors and velvety finish, our fragrant, fine-grained cedar is a daily luxury to live with. Pound for pound, it’s as strong as steel, with natural preservative oils that make it resistant to moisture and insects and a uniform cell structure that provides exceptional insulation. Most important, Lindal reserves the best cedar for you. Our premium grade of kiln-dried, finely-crafted cedar simply can’t be matched at the local lumberyard. From the forest to the building site, we have our own high standards for the cedar we use. We reject much of the lumber that ends up in other homes. And we ensure that our remarkable quality of cedar is always readily available—to you.

Each year, Lindal’s reforestation program funds the planting of thousands of trees—more than enough to replace the material used in our homes. Our goal: to ensure sustainability for generations to come.

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“Our builder said that this was the best cedar he had ever seen. Our two lead carpenters were as happy as Michelangelo might have been with a fine chunk of the best available marble.”

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2 Lindal Design Open, airy living spaces. Floorplans that flow. Walls of windows. Soaring prows ✴ of glass that capture views and bathe interiors with natural light. Lindal design brings together the elements of style so highly valued in fine custom homes with our patented building system, which is inspired by the post and beam architecture of North American master builders. Lindal’s post and beam building system frees up most interior walls from bearing any structural load, creating an openness that allows for light-filled airy spaces, large expanses of glass, and the flexibility to easily customize a floorplan to your functional and aesthetic tastes. It’s this integrity of structural strength and style that makes a Lindal home so remarkable to live in— not only a wise investment but a wonderful feeling, too.

The beauty of Lindal post and beam construction: Lindal’s signature building system uses a strong framework of posts and beams to support the roof’s weight, freeing up most

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interior walls from serving as structural support. The result: open, airy interiors and flexible floorplans.

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3 Lindal Quality ✴

Today’s tremendous variations in the quality of building materials make it more important than ever to know what you’re getting for your money. In fact, much of the lumber that passes industry grading doesn’t make the grade at Lindal. We take the time to kiln-dry our cedar—an extra step that increases its strength and reduces the chance for twisting, warping and shrinking so common with green wood and air-dried lumber. At the same time, kiln-dried lumber weighs less, so shipping costs are lower. And that’s only the beginning; from framing lumber to siding, from the floor to our roof system, a whole houseful of engineering strengths and premium, above-grade materials are the secret to Lindal’s dramatic beauty, structural integrity, low maintenance and living comfort. Together, they add up to lasting value. Homeowners say that the high quality of Lindal materials brings out the best in a construction crew, too.

“From start to finish, we were on budget, on time, and completely happy with our Lindal home and the Lindal people. We would not recommend building anything but a Lindal.”

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Dear Lindal,

This page, clockwise from above: Lindal quality adds beauty and value for life; your home’s building materials are carefully inspected, packaged and brought to your site in a single delivery; a builder’s appreciative voice of experience; kiln drying increases our cedar’s strength and reduces the twisting, warping and shrinking that are typical with green lumber. Opposite page: Lindal’s quality of abovegrade cedar just isn’t available at the local lumberyard.

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I just wanted to drop you a note to express how pleased my staff and I are with the Lindal Cedar Homes we have had the opportunity to erect. By comparison to what is locally obtainable, the materials are unsurpassed in quality and type. It is a pleasure also to know that the quantity and count are ample to complete the project, eliminating the need for wasted travel time to and from the supply yard. The design of the buildings lends itself to old world craftsmanship with high-tech innovations. I don’t think there is a more durable structure available. Each client has been impressed with the beauty of the post and beam construction. Finally, the field support that we have received from your organization has been excellent! Each time a question arises the distributor is there to help. I would gladly recommend a Lindal Cedar Home to any prospective client. Sincerely, Douglas Stiles Stiles Construction Inc.

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Your Lindal Dealer Bringing a dream home to life takes careful planning, knowledge, coordination ✴ and attention to detail—which is why one of the greatest Lindal Differences is your local Lindal dealer. With your dealer’s expertise and help, you can be involved in planning your home just as much or as little as you wish. Your dealer can visit your site and help make the most of it. Transform your ideas into a working design. Analyze your plans for feasibility and cost. Help with building permits. Share local building resources and code requirements. Source specialists for septic tanks, wells and other systems. And oversee your order from the first plans through final delivery. Along the way, your dealer’s experience and advocacy can eliminate a lot of the problems that are common in creating a custom home. Many homeowners say their Lindal dealer was the missing link in the typical home-building process, giving them a level of attention and expertise they couldn’t find anywhere else.

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An expert advisor from start to finish: your local Lindal dealer fills an important role that’s missing from many homebuilding projects. 35555 CA

DEALER TIPS Your local Lindal dealer is an invaluable source of expertise in getting the most home for your money. Throughout the Home Planning chapter, you’ll find useful tips from our international network of more than 200 dealers— ideas that can increase the value, beauty and livability of your home. 15


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The Company Lindal has a history of building dreams. The company was founded in 1945 on ✴ one man’s dream to help meet the demand for new homes following World War II.

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Sir Walter Lindal is the founder of the company and the visionary behind its longstanding reputation for excellence. Over the years, he and his four children have remained actively involved in the management of the company, backed by the talent and experience of a seasoned professional staff and an international network of independent local dealers. Lindal’s history and continuity give you the benefits of our knowledge, experience and teamwork in working closely with homeowners and evolving the company to anticipate their needs, continuously refining and improving our ability to deliver on their dreams. The results are custom cedar homes that stand the test of time—from a company that does, too.

Company founder Sir Walter Lindal (seated) with his children—Doug, Marty, Bonnie and Bob. The family remains actively involved in the company’s management. Opposite page: Lindal employees at our corporate headquarters in Seattle, Washington.

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Lifetime Guarantee A lot of things have changed since Lindal was founded. What hasn’t ✴ changed is our passion for quality, and our reputation for building it into

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every square foot of our homes. The time-proven performance of Lindal design, engineering and materials has been the foundation of our company, and our homes, for more than 60 years. In fact, we’re so confident of every Lindal home’s lasting quality that we guarantee it with a lifetime warranty against structural defects—the best guarantee in the industry. With our Lifetime Structural Warranty, you have the assurance that your dream home is backed by a promise, and a company, you can count on. When you’re making one of life’s biggest investments, that’s good to know.

Why settle for less? Lindal’s Lifetime Structural Warranty reflects the quality, care and expertise that go into your home.

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Lindal homes are designed for energy-efficiency in any climate— even with all those expanses of glass. 34362 ID

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The Lindal Gallery Join us for an armchair tour of some of the finest home designs today. Each Lindal ✴ home is the culmination of more than 60 years’ experience in creating homes of enduring style, livability and value. Each gives you the best of both worlds: the proven success of home designs that are a daily pleasure to live in, and the flexibility to personalize your favorite Lindal design into the home of your dreams. Whatever Lindal design you choose, you can count on the superior building materials and structural integrity that have made Lindal a household word among discerning homebuyers for decades. This Gallery is just the beginning; for more Lindal home designs, see the Plans Library that starts on page 142. And for the entire collection of Lindal home plans, visit your local Lindal dealer.

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STYLE Classic, Contemporary, Traditional, Small Treasures

SERIES A group of homes within a Style that shares similar design traits

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Classic

Year after year, award after award, Lindal Classics prove ✴ to be some of the most beautiful, livable homes in residential

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design. With panoramic prow fronts. Walls of windows. Vaulted ceilings lined with Western red cedar. And a flow of interior space that’s as aesthetically pleasing as it is functional. Our Classic designs are made possible by Lindal’s patented engineering strengths that allow for long, unobstructed spans and expanses of glass. The result is our signature: a mix of casual elegance and livability that never goes out of style. For more Classics, see pages 152-183.

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Casa

Our Casa series brings together some of Lindal’s most popular ✴ architectural features in an award-winning design that combines elegant livability with exceptional street appeal. Two wings of luxurious living space come together to culminate in a dramatic centerpiece: the great room with its 90-degree, two-story prow. Architectural details, including a mix of roof heights, gabled dormers and bay windows, create exterior interest and an array of inviting interior spaces. Optional: a semi-circular staircase in the entry. Casa homes range from 2648 to 7368 square feet.

A covered portico with double doors opens to a dramatic view of the great room with its two walls of glass. 37376 CA

The great room in a variation on our Casa Islena plan. It has a custom hip roof, which slopes down to the eaves on two sides of the living room. 35479 MA

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Casa Variations “Our home is all we hoped for and more in terms of beauty, style, functionality and efficiency. Would we recommend Lindal to others? You bet we would, in fact, we already have.� Susan and John Boyle, VA

This Casa home is centered around a spacious great room with 27-foot-high glass walls and a two-story fireplace. 35281 VA

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The shape and placement of windows creates a warm welcome to this Casa home, with its custom hip roof. 33718 CA A view through the great room to the lake is framed by two custom circular staircases in oak. 28814 NC 27


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Lindal cedar lines the high ceilings of the great room, creating a sense of warmth and harmony with the surrounding landscape. 32212 WA

Summit Star ✴

With their distinctive rooflines and dramatic prow fronts, our Summit Star homes are a natural choice when you want to capture a fabulous view and bring the outdoors in. Based on your needs, you can add a one-story wing on one or both sides of the prow. Either way, the two-story prow is the centerpiece, creating a spacious sense of freedom throughout the entry, kitchen and great room, with its dramatic walls of glass. The upper floor has its own balcony to view the great outdoors through that fabulous prow. Summit Star homes range from 2162 to 4648 square feet.

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Bedrooms: Three Bathrooms: 2 Full, 1 Half Total Area: 2272 sq. ft. Size: 93' x 44' See Summit Star plans at larger scale on pages 160-172.

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The Summit Star’s distinctive two-pitched roof rises from gently sloping sides to a soaring roof at the pinnacle— dramatic inside and out. 38298 GA

Summit Star Variations

Lindal’s premium log siding adds a rustic elegance that’s in keeping with the home’s architectural style. 38817 MI

The natural beauty of Lindal cedar is further enriched by a stone fireplace. 38262 CO

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The prow of windows bathes the open living and dining rooms in natural light. 31213 MT

“We continue to show our home to people who are interested in architecture, post and beam construction, the use of cedar and other wood products. It gives us great pleasure to hear them say, ‘This is the most beautiful home I’ve ever seen.’” Homeowner, MI 31


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Two-story wings add a whole new level of living space to this Summit Star. 70283 ON

Summit Star Variation

Bleached cedar liner gives this home a clean, contemporary look. 70283 ON

This variation on our Summit Star design is one of our most popular plans. On the first floor, the spacious master bedroom leads to its own sitting area surrounded by glass. Upstairs, two bedrooms are bridged by a balcony that overlooks the living area and beyond—to yet another view.

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From the floors to the cedar-lined ceiling, the sensory pleasures of wood add warmth to a great room-with-a-view. 70446 ON

“Living in our Lindal is like being on vacation every day.� David & Cathy Osterman, TN

Together, Lindal windows, roof system and cedar ceiling liner help keep this home warm, cozy and energyefficient inside, while its owners enjoy magical views of the winter wonderland outside. 70327 ON

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A daylight basement is an attractive, costeffective way to add even more living space.The owners of this home added a Lindal SkyWall to their master wing. 34546 ID

Located under the loft, the kitchen feels cozy, while looking out to the great room and the view beyond. 70446 ON

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A Prow Star home built of Lindal solid cedar logs—a beautiful, energy-efficient and low-maintenance option for those who love log homes. 35882 MI

Prow Star ✴

It’s easy to see why Lindal’s Prow Stars are perennial best sellers. Their glass-fronted prows are the ultimate frame for a fabulous view, and they make a strong architectural statement inside and out. Our Prow Stars’ spacious designs include lower-pitched wings on one or both sides of the prow. Over the years, we’ve designed many variations on this best-loved design—a living testament to the Prow Star’s versatility in meeting a wide world of personal wants and needs. Prow Star homes range from 1926 to 5293 square feet.

Clerestory windows bring light into the bedroom without sacrificing wall space or privacy. 38426 GA

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ViewVista Bedrooms: Three Bathrooms: 3 Full, 1 Half Total Area: 3797 sq. ft. Size: 70' x 41' See Prow Star plans at larger scale on pages 174-183.

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Theresa and Tony Opipari, proud owners of their dream come true. 35882 MI

“The local builders continually remark about the quality of the Lindal wood products we used.” Tom Andersen

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A dream home for a dream site: a custom Prow Star built of Solid Cedar log timbers. 35882 MI

Crafted like fine furniture: Lindal cedar windows, cedar ceiling liner and walls of Solid Cedar add warm appeal to this Prow Star’s great room. 35882 MI 39


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Contemporary At Lindal, we’re continually finding fresh ways to express the best in modern ✴ residential style. You’ll find them here in our Contemporary homes. Outside, clean lines and lower-pitched roof profiles make a strong architectural statement. Inside, an expansive sense of freedom invites you to create your own personal living spaces. More than merely a look, the form of our Contemporary homes follows function, creating an easy livability that owners love to come home to. Some say that living in a Lindal Contemporary is like living in a work of art— with all the comforts of home. For more Contemporary homes, see pages 184-215.

Sleek, elegant and at home with their surroundings, Lindal Contemporaries are intelligent designs for living. 24061 TN 41

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The lower-pitched prow roofline gives this interior a contemporary feel, while allowing for soaring walls of glass, a majestic stone fireplace and a massive chandelier. The walls are lined with Lindal’s premium cedar paneling. 35485 KS

ContempoProwStar These homes feature the lowest-pitched roofline of all Lindal ✴ prow-fronted homes, giving them a sleek, contemporary look— and giving you an ideal architectural solution when building codes dictate roof heights. With their vaulted ceilings and wings on one or both sides of the prow, these homes have an open, expansive feeling that takes full advantage of sweeping views. They are also extremely versatile—easy to personalize and available in a wide array of sizes and floorplans. Contempo Prow Stars range in size from 1557 to 5757 square feet.

Contempo Prow Stars offer the views of a prow with a lowerpitched roofline. 35485 KS

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Together, the easy flow from dining to living spaces and the high ceilings that follow the roofline showcase the open, airy design for which Lindal is famous. 35485 KS

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Lindal’s CountrySide plans add a second floor to the Contempo Prow Star, taking its crisp, clean lines to new heights of spaciousness. A covered porch leads into the entry and the two-story, prow-fronted living room beyond. On the main floor, the living room separates the master suite’s wing from the open kitchen and dining room on the other side. Upstairs, two bedrooms and a bath flank each side of the loft. The result: a best-selling plan that is an exceptional mix of quiet, private places and dramatic, open spaces with expanses of glass. For the CountrySide II, see page 194.


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A high cathedral ceiling and cedar windows frame the view. 36741 OR

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Western red cedar ceiling liner and astral windows add warmth to this kitchen. 37040 GA

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office With two-story wings and an optional daylight basement, this custom CountrySide has sunset views on every level. 37040 GA

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Bedrooms: Four Bathrooms: Three Full, 2 Half Total Area: 3512 sq. ft. Size: 76' x 43' See CountrySide plans at larger scale on pages 192-195. 45


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ContempoProw Star Variations The second-story loft, seen above, houses a media room and study. 37346 MI

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Thanks to the open floorplan made possible by Lindal post and beam construction, the wall of glass brings natural light and views to every “public� space in the house. 37346 MI

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CreekSide Bedrooms: Three Bathrooms: 2 Full, 1 Half Total Area: 2863 sq. ft. Size: 48' x 39' See plan at larger scale on pages 196-197.

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The spacious sweep of the great room includes several clusters of seating; the high ceiling accommodates a wall of windows and the owners’ large-scale works of art. 34503 NJ

Prairie ✴

Sweeping vistas, wide open spaces and the brilliance of architect Frank Lloyd Wright’s Prairie home designs inspire some of our latest Contemporary homes. Designed to live in harmony with the landscape, these Lindal homes have long, horizontal lines with low-pitched roofs and open floorplans. The main floor centers on the great room, with its wall of glass looking out to a favorite view. In some plans, the master suite includes a sitting room with access to a screened porch. And there’s ample room for an open kitchen with a breakfast nook and a separate dining room, too. Prairie homes range in size from 2479 to 4216 square feet. Great for entertaining, the open floorplan of the main living area allows for a natural flow among the kitchen, dining room and great room. 34503 NJ

Bob Wade in his garage, home to his collection of vintage automobiles. 34503 NJ

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“Our Lindal dealer’s ability to channel our thoughts and design ideas into reality was just what we needed.” Bob Wade

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Craftsman ✴

If you want the deep, enduring beauty of a Craftsman home without sacrificing the open, airy interiors you love about Lindal, make yourself at home in one of these designs. From front entries with Craftsman-style posts to massive stone fireplaces and inviting bay windows, these homes let you enjoy the style you love along with the light-filled, open interiors and walls of windows that are Lindal’s signature design elements. These homes range in size from 2247 to 3831 square feet. Flanked by windows that reach for the sky, a Craftsman-style stone fireplace is the treasured focal point of this great room. 38931 NJ

A shed dormer adds more windows to the entry side of this Lindal Craftsman. 38038 KY

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SummerWood Bedrooms: Three Bathrooms: Two Full, Two Half Total Area: 2724 sq. ft. Size: 61' x 33' See Craftsman plans at larger scale on pages 204-211.

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Pavilion ✴

How do you orient your home when you’ve got fabulous views in several directions? Lindal makes the choice easy: Build a Pavilion, and capture them all in one expansive sweep. These contemporary homes feature a large, multi-faceted pavilion that provides panoramic vistas of the surroundings and adds a dimension of interest inside and out. Another architectural element that adds exterior and interior richness: a mix of rooflines. Pavilion homes are available in one- and two-floor models and range in size from 2933 to 3880 square feet.

Lindal’s Pavilion design is a contemporary interpretation of the graceful structures once found in parks and gardens around the world. 27032 PA

entry utility bath bath dining The great room reflects the unique roofline and octagonal shape of Pavilion architecture, with panoramic views and easy access to the expansive deck. 31703 OR

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Traditional No other homes bring together the best of the past and ✴ present with the sensitivity and style of Lindal Traditionals.

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Inspired by a love of the land and the rich heritage of residential architecture in North America, our Traditional homes combine the quality and craftsmanship of the past with the easy flow and spacious, light-filled designs made possible by Lindal post and beam construction. From covered wraparound porches to storybook gables, we’ve paid attention to the details that make a living difference and give these homes such alluring street appeal. For more Traditional home styles, see pages 216-237.

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Tall, cedar-framed Lindal windows and a sliding glass door bring natural light and scenes of the outdoors into the dining room. 36316 NY

Farmhouse

If you want the charm of a traditional farmhouse with the open, ✴ light-filled interior of a Lindal, these homes are designed for you.

Outside, a covered front porch runs the length of the house under a trio of gables; a second covered porch is conveniently close to the kitchen and laundry. Inside, natural light floods the great room, which is open to the kitchen and dining room. Upstairs, a master suite and a home office claim the most private part of the home with a romantic, lofty feeling that comes from the high sloped ceilings and gabled dormers. Farmhouse designs range in size from 1633 to 2637 square feet.

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The generous covered porch extends living space outdoors. On the back porch, the owners added an outdoor shower for cooling off after relaxing in their adjacent sauna. 36316 NY

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Dixon Hill Bedrooms: Four+ Bathrooms: Three Full Total Area: 2637 sq. ft. Size: 61' x 39' See Farmhouse plans at larger scale on pages 218-221. 57


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These homeowners added an optional daylight basement to their Ranch home. 21503 CA

Ranch ✴

Every home in this design series celebrates the convenience of living on one level. The ingenuity of a well-zoned floorplan honors both public and private spaces by devoting different parts of the home to them, and creating an easy flow throughout. The large covered entry is as poetic as it is practical—a perfect place for flower boxes and other container plantings. In the back of the home, the large deck makes a major design statement, with entrances to both the master bedroom and family room as well as the dining room. Lindal’s Ranch homes range in size from 2049 to 2670 square feet.

Our Ranch designs are popular with Lindal owners who have plenty of space to spread out—and with those who want the convenience of living on one level. 31932 ID

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In the dining area just off the kitchen, fir beams emphasize the high ceiling, which follows the roofline. 30613 MT

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Desert Ranch Bedrooms: Three+ Bathrooms: 1 Full, 1 Three-quarter Total Area: 2049 sq. ft. Size: 82' x 59' See Ranch plans at larger scale on pages 222-225.

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“I’ve been wanting to build a Lindal for 30 years; I feel like a child again.” Lindal homeowner

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A bird’s-eye view of the great room from the second-floor balcony takes in the fireplace and the adjacent wall of windows. A flatscreen television is built into the fireplace. 70233 ON

The owners of this Ridge home enclosed the halfcircle covered porch to expand their dining room all year round. 70233 ON

Ridge From the covered entry porch to the soaring wall of windows in the ✴ great room and the loft upstairs, a succession of dramatic spaces reflect the best in contemporary design. What all Ridge homes have in common: the gabled loft that follows the roofline to create a series of inviting upper bedrooms; the spacious, main-floor master suite; and the downstairs living spaces that converge in the great room, with its one-and-a-half story wall of windows. Ridge homes range in size from 2454 to 4639 square feet.

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The kitchen island includes a lot of storage space, eliminating the need for overhead cabinets that would otherwise block a fabulous view. 70233 ON

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A perfect place for Lindal design: where high ceilings, an open floorplan and walls of windows make the most of the view. 70362 ON

The gabled roof and half-round windows create a welcoming exterior. 70362 ON

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SmallTreasures Small is beautiful when you build a Lindal. Because our homeowners interpret ✴ “small” in two ways, our home designs do, too. In this chapter, you’ll find homes that

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are small in total square footage and homes with a small footprint—whose dimensions are designed especially to make the most of a small lot. Thanks to the designs made possible by Lindal’s post and beam construction, even our smallest homes have the light, airy feeling for which Lindal is famous. In fact, many find that living in a small jewel of a Lindal is the ultimate luxury—low on maintenance and energy costs, high on the gratification that comes from an intimate living environment that is big on style. For more Small Treasures, see pages 238-263.

A Lindal Prow: small in square footage, big on style. 18542 CA

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This page, clockwise from top: a custom Prow with a small footprint; a screened porch adds living space to a small Summit home; an open, airy living room in a small Prow. Opposite page, clockwise from upper left: looking toward the entry and loft in a Jasper model; a small Prow on a steep site in the mountains of Colorado; the dining room of another Jasper model; a Lindal log Summit home. 66


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High ceilings, an open floor plan and a wall of windows give Chalet designs the light, airy feeling of a larger home. 36761 MI

Dramatic windows and a wraparound deck take in majestic, yearround views. Cedar shingles accent the upper exterior. 70290 BC

Chalet ✴

A little alpine, a little contemporary, a lot of livability—that’s the influence behind our Chalet homes. Inspired by the steep-roofed cabins and covered porches of chalets at world-famous ski resorts, these Small Treasures are at home around the world. Lindal style evokes the spacious feel of a larger home while staying true to a small footprint. On the main floor, soaring ceiling heights and a wall of windows create open, light-filled living spaces. Some Chalets have a full second floor with dormers; others have a loft that looks out to a two-story living room and the view beyond. Smart floorplans make room for both a private office and a spacious master suite. Chalet homes range in size from 1641 to 2817 square feet.

The cozy covered front porch is a welcome Chalet feature that provides shelter from rain and snow. 70290 BC

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Bedrooms: One+ Bathrooms: 1 Full, 1 Three-quarter Total Area: 2097 sq. ft. Size: 37' x 32' See Chalet plans at larger scale on pages 240-245.

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An open floorplan unites kitchen, dining and living areas into one generous space. Cathedral ceilings make it seem even larger. 33406 OR

Prow ✴

From snow-flocked ski towns to sun-drenched beach communities, Lindal’s Prow homes have become coveted landmarks of the good life. With their steeply pitched roofs and prow fronts of glass, they give you a front row seat to panoramic views and grace your interior with the everchanging magic of natural light. Prow plans often include a dormer, and you can always add another one. Their design also makes it easy to add a wing, or even two; for ideas see the Prow Star series on pages 174-183. Prow homes range in size from 1311 to 3593 square feet.

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With ample storage space and an open view into the dining room, even a small kitchen can feel spacious. 33406 OR

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Bedrooms: Three Bathrooms: 2 Full Total Area: 1901 sq. ft. Size: 52' x 52' See Prow plans at larger scale on pages 250-255.

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Prow Variations “We love our beautiful Lindal home. It has turned out to be everything we could have dreamed of, and more. Visitors often stop to take a breath the first time they walk through the front door as they try to take in all of the beautiful structure and the views out all of the windows.” Jim & Helga Douglass, MO

A Prow with a small footprint makes a warm ski cabin in the Canadian Rockies. 70101 BC

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A small cabin with a spectacular view of the ski slopes just outside. 70101 BC

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The distinctive twopitch roofline is the signature of our Summit series. This vacation beach house has a shed dormer, which increases living space on the second floor. 38542 WA

An island with eating space separates the kitchen from the dining room, yet leaves the line of sight unobstructed. 39267 MA

Summit

Summit homes make a dramatic statement inside and out. Their ✴ signature: a distinctive roof that rises from gently sloping sides to a

soaring peak. The prow of glass opens the living and dining spaces to floor-to-ceiling views. Interior space is designed for an easygoing flow that combines both warm, cozy places with open, airy spaces. With Lindal, you really can have the best of both worlds—in less than 1,800 square feet. If and when you want to expand, it’s easy to add a wing—or two; for ideas, see the Summit Star series on pages 160-173. Summit homes range in size from 1202 to 2805 square feet.

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Teton I Bedrooms: Three Bathrooms: 2 Full, 1 Half Total Area: 1837 sq. ft. Size: 32' x 43' See Summit plans at larger scale on pages 256-261.

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The natural beauty of oversized fir posts and beams creates a dramatic covered entry to this Summit home, with its premium cedar clapboard siding, metal roof and optional detached garage. 38830 ME

Another view of our newest prow, with glass from the floor to the ceiling. The Summit’s prow follows its unique two-pitch roofline, adding light, views and living space. 38830 ME

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“Lindal’s design flexibility and ingenuity allowed us to strike the aesthetic balance we had in mind: contemporary on the outside, and more traditional inside.” Lindal engineering advances allow for walls of glass from the floor to the ceiling. 38830 ME

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design makes it easy to move a window, add a room or change a roofline. Some homeowners take elements they love from several plans and work with their Lindal dealer to create a custom design. Others design their custom Lindal from the ground up—with the help of an architect or their Lindal dealer. However you want to design your dream, you can count on Lindal’s longstanding reputation for legendary materials. Structural integrity. Low maintenance. Lasting value on a wide range of budgets. And the guarantee of a lifetime.

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This page, clockwise from top: Inspired by our View Ridge design, this home has sweeping views from most living areas; a custom Lindal in Japan, with an elevator that brings the owners’ luxury car into view; a gabled Lindal with contemporary style. Opposite page, clockwise from top left: European style and high-end finish materials create a oneof-a-kind home in Japan; a Lindal inspired by Victorian design; a long, low-profile Lindal hugs the hillside above the Pacific Ocean.


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A wall of graceful windows takes full advantage of the high ceilings, flooding the interior with natural light and framing a lake view.

Country Manor

Nestled into its lakefront location in Duchess County, New York, this custom Lindal T home looks like it belongs—which is just the way its owners planned it. Designed to work with the natural terrain and the original fishing bungalow that hugs the shore, the new home was built in the countrified style of an English manor house. And it is seamlessly linked, without a hitch in style, by a foyer to the bungalow, which has been remodeled to take full advantage of its prime location just steps from the water. “In the winter, we live in the ‘main house,’” the homeowner says. “In the summer we live in the ‘lake house.’ We feel like we’re on vacation without having to travel anywhere.”

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The roof’s deep overhang partially shelters a stone terrace located just outside the recreation room. 37032 NY

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Far Horizon was designed for Lindal by Jim Cutler, a visionary architect whose firm, Cutler Anderson Architects, is internationally renowned for its environmental awareness and award-winning residential design.

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This Lindal home is living proof that environmental sensitivity can T lead to great design. Its light-filled, prow-fronted main core contains all

Custom Residence Bedrooms: Three Bathrooms: 3 Full, 1 Half Total Area: 3525 sq. ft. Size: 113’ x 58’

the livability of a spacious one-bedroom, one-bath home within a small footprint—ideal for narrow lots and restricted or sensitive building sites. Connected to the main core by insulated glass corridors, two wings of additional living space are placed to maximize views while minimizing impact on the wooded site, which is part of an environmental preserve. These wings can be added to the main core at any angle, and at any time—when the home is built, or later, as needs change.

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The prow of glass walls seems to float out into the landscape, with views of the sycamore trees and the lake beyond. 38917 MO

The entry: the home’s natural stone foundation and vertical cedar siding were chosen to honor its setting in an environmental preserve.

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The hall’s track lighting showcases a personal gallery of original art.

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“Given the size of the house and the amount of glass, we’ve found our home to be very energy efficient. It’s warm even on the coldest and windiest of days; in fact, it’s so well built we can’t even hear a strong wind.”

The open kitchen combines the sleek look of stainless steel appliances with the warmth of wood cabinets, hardwood floors and fir window trim.

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Located in a scenic valley, this home is designed to take in its 360-degree views of the surrounding mountains and vineyards.

Lindal cedar ceiling liner and recycled plank flooring from a Shenandoah Valley farm add radiant beauty to the highceilinged dining room.

AmericanTudor

When a Virginia builder created a model home for his T residential development, he wanted a traditional design that

would reflect its location just thirty miles from Thomas Jefferson’s home in Monticello. Drawing inspiration from a Lindal plan named Jacob’s Tudor, he used local stonework in place of stucco on the exterior, and crowned the two-story turret with a copper roof. Throughout the home, Lindal’s quality building materials are complemented by the generous use of locally crafted finishes— from custom-forged light fixtures to plank flooring salvaged from a farm in the nearby Shenandoah Valley. Yet this Tudor is thoroughly modern when it comes to being green; solar heating and Lindal windows keep energy costs low.

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Custom Residence Bedrooms: Three+ Bathrooms: 2 Full, 1 Three-quarter Total Area: 3559 sq. ft. Size: 75' x 47'

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“If I build a house and order from the local lumberyard, I reject 20 to 30 percent of all the materials. I also deal with 60 to 100 different orders, which means 60 to 100 opportunities for something to go wrong. With Lindal, I never reject any of their materials, and the entire order arrives in a single delivery. That means we can pay all of our attention to building the house.� Steve Crandall, VA

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The great room has a stacked-stone fireplace, Lindal cedar ceiling and a wall of windows looking out to the lake. “The cedar is so fabulous that we wanted everything left as natural as possible,” Sandy Mascia says.

“You can just sit in this great room and dream. Actually, our dreams have become reality.” Sandy Mascia

Paradise Found T

After many years of renting, then owning, a vacation condominium at Smith Mountain Lake in Virginia, Frank and Sandy Mascia found their ideal lot and built their dream retreat. From the beginning, Sandy had a vision of the views and interior flow she wanted. Working closely with their local Lindal dealer, the Mascias modified their favorite Lindal plan—adding and enlarging windows, changing the entry to the master bedroom for greater privacy, increasing the roof overhang, and expanding the deck. With its lodge-like design and remarkable views from all 37 windows, their home has become a regular gathering place for the couple’s four grown children and two grandchildren.

The spacious covered porch makes a welcoming entry that leads right into the great room.

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Frank and Sandy Mascia with their dream retreat.

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The Mascias modified an existing Lindal design, adding even more windows, expanding the deck, deepening the roof overhang and using triple fascia to ‘crown’ the exterior. 39248 VA


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Stoney Lake Inspired by the Lindal home of some friends, Ken and Diane Mann ✴ knew who to call when they were ready to build their dream home on Stoney Lake in Ontario. Their vision: a home that “snugs” down into their one-acre site and visually lets the outdoors in. Working with their Lindal dealer, they drew elements from several favorite Lindal plans and added many personal touches—including his-and-her bathrooms in the master suite, a semi-formal dining room, and a sunroom that makes the kitchen a popular gathering place. Throughout, quality was important to these homeowners. “We didn’t just want a ‘look’; we wanted the high quality that we know Lindal stands behind,” Diane says. “Our home feels almost like a fortress, it’s so solid.”

The great room, with its stone fireplace and wondrous views of the lake.

Diane Mann and an eager walking companion take in the autumn glory of their Stoney Lake setting.

Designed to fit into the surrounding terrain, this custom Lindal seems to ‘snug’ down into the land.

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The Manns’ Lindal home sits on nearly an acre of land with incredible lake views. Even the boathouse is graced with Lindal cedar siding. 70403 ON

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Located between the kitchen and the great room, the dining room opens onto the home’s spacious stone terrace.

Lakeshore Lodge T

A 1920s hunting lodge was the inspiration for this lakefront vacation home in Ontario, Canada. The prime property has been in the homeowners’ family for years, and when they were ready to build their dream home on it, they used Lindal’s Muskoka plan as a point of departure. With the help of their Lindal dealer, they designed a home that makes the most of their views of the lake and manages to be both grand and intimate at the same time. Some of the home’s special features: the great room’s two-story wall of windows, the expansive, half-circle screen porch just off the kitchen and dining room, and the dining room fireplace, built with stones reclaimed from the original family home on the property.

garage With its massive stone fireplace and Lindal architectural grade beams, the living room has the stature and scale of a vintage hunting lodge.

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Designed to blend in with its natural surroundings, the house looks out to the slopes from its ski-in, ski-out lot. The architectural grade curved beam that peeks through the trees is the crowning touch. 39571 VA

The Smeallie family on the deck of their Blue Ridge Mountain ski retreat.

A wall of windows illuminates the great room, with its Lindal beams, recycled antique oak floors, and a fireplace crafted of local native fieldstone from the Blue Ridge Mountains.

Wintergreen Retreat Situated on a prime ski-in, ski-out lot in the ✴ Blue Ridge Mountains, this vacation home is a entry

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Like the rest of the home, this kitchen is designed for entertaining. The sleek island and stainless steel appliances are warmed up by Lindal cedar accents and by the quartzite floor. 36156 KS

With Lindal’s Low-E Argon windows, cedar ceiling liner, and hidden blinds that can be set to lower at a given time, this large home is remarkably energy-efficient.

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The Prairie style of architecture made famous by Frank Lloyd Wright T inspired this custom Lindal, which sits on 640 acres of Kansas grasslands and pasture. True to Prairie School vernacular, the home reflects its wide, open surroundings through its horizontal design, exterior of hand-cut native limestone and wide overhanging eaves. Inside, 5561 square feet of living space come together in an open floorplan that flows easily from one room to the next, with windows looking out to views that extend for miles. Western red cedar and the extensive use of stone give warmth to large spaces and create a natural reference to the landscape in authentic Prairie style.

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“We love our Frank Lloyd Wright-influenced Prairie home, with its open floorplan and expansive views to the outside.” Debbie & Robert Korbelik, KS

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PlanItYourWay Planning your new home should be a pleasure, and at Lindal, it is. You’ll find the perfect balance of personal choice and expert support every step of the way. You can have as little or as much involvement in the planning process as you wish. And at any point, your local Lindal dealer is ready, willing and uniquely able to help you transform your personal wants and needs into floorplans and elevations.

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Whether you’ve found the perfect home in an existing Lindal plan, want to modify your favorite Lindal plan to your needs, or prefer to design a custom home from the ground up, the choice is yours—and the pleasure of helping you is ours.

✴ Choose a Proven Plan Many of our homeowners wouldn’t change a thing about their favorite Lindal plan. If you favor the professional design, proven success, affordability and convenience of an existing plan, we offer one of the world’s largest collections of exclusive home styles and floorplans. Many of them are included in this book, and your local Lindal dealer can show you an even wider selection from our design library.

✴ Personalize Your Favorite Plan Want to increase the size of your kitchen? Add a bath? Expand a bedroom? With Lindal, it’s easy to do. Your Lindal dealer will work closely with you to modify your favorite Lindal plan. Because much of the basic design has already been completed, modifying a plan usually takes less time to design than does a completely custom home. For more information on modifying a plan, see pages 148-151.

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Whether you’d like us to help design a one-of-a-kind home based on Lindal’s versatile building modules, or you prefer to work with an architect of your choice, Lindal gives you the best of both worlds: the design of your dreams along with the Lindal difference in craftsmanship, building materials and engineering you won’t find anywhere else. If you opt for a one-of-a-kind design using Lindal’s building system, a modest design fee based on your home’s square footage is all it takes to transform your ideas into working plans and final blueprints. Please note that one-of-a-kind homes take more time to plan and design.

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Create a Senseof Place The world’s most beautiful and functional homes are built with a sense of place that comes from a synergy of structure and site. Together, the right design and site orientation will make the most of your property’s topography, light, micro-climate, view potential and value. They will also have an impact on cost. Your local Lindal dealer is an invaluable source of information in helping you create cost-effective solutions that bring out the best in your site. The result: a home that feels like it belongs.

FLAT LOT This home shows its private side to the street, with easy, level access to the main entrance.

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The beauty of a daylight basement on a sloping view lot: a spectacular outlook from both levels.

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Life is change. For any number of reasons—usually changes in family size or budgetary considerations— you can plan a Lindal that starts small and grows to meet your future needs. The key is to plan for expansion from the beginning. It will affect the size of your lot and how your home is situated on it, how heating and cooling systems are sized for cost-effective expansion, how plumbing and wiring are run, and much more. With a little forethought, you’ll have a home that’s ready to grow whenever you are.

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THE PERFECT BEGINNING: a Lindal home that is small in scale, high in quality and livability—on your dream property. This one-bedroom, one-bath Newport home begins with the master bedroom in the loft.

A D D A WING Add a roomy wing to create a spacious master bedroom suite on the main floor; the loft becomes an ideal office or second bedroom. Or keep the master bedroom upstairs and dedicate the new wing to more living and dining space.

ADD A SECOND WING Add a second wing to accommodate a garage, workshop or expanded utility room. Depending on your lot, consider building a daylight basement from the beginning, then finish it later for additional, cost-effective space. A large deck extends living space outdoors.

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EnergyWise For decades, Lindal has led the industry in energy-smart building materials, design and technology advances. Our inspiration begins with cedar itself; by nature, it lends warmth in the winter and coolness in the summer. Based on your climate, you can choose the Lindal insulation, roof style and windows designed to give you the ultimate in comfort all year round—while keeping energy costs to a minimum. Your Lindal dealer can help determine your insulation needs, based on the design of your roof and the temperatures, winds and snow loads of your location.

S TA N DA R D RO O F Ideal for moderate climates.

P O L A R C A P RO O F With extra insulation for cold climates.

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Promotes added circulation in hot, humid climates.

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Passive solar: In summer, the roof overhang blocks the sun’s high rays from entering and overheating the interior. In winter, when the sun is lower, it becomes a welcome source of heat and light.

Add additional layers by the use of cedar ceiling liner, which helps keep the interior warm in winter, cool in summer.

Lots of windows on the south face let in welcome winter sunlight. In the summer, leafy deciduous trees block unwanted heat.

Insulate now. For the best in T energy efficiency, build ample

insulation into your home right from the start. Because more heat escapes from the roof than from the walls of a home, the roof is the first place to add extra insulation. In a cold climate, consider adding extra insulation to walls and floors, too.

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For the well-being of their families, communities and the planet, many Lindal homeowners choose to incorporate environmentally-friendly systems and materials into their homes. Although “green living” means different things to different people, it typically focuses on energy efficiency, resource efficiency and the use of non-toxic building materials and finishes. The growing array of green products makes it easy to reduce your home’s impact on the environment without sacrificing comfort or style. On the deepest level, going green is not so much a destination as it is a journey—a way of living lightly on the earth.

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The majority of the metal in this roof has been recycled, and its long life eliminates unnecessary waste. Rainwater runoff is used to water plants.

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Go natural. Some of the most beautiful building materials—including cedar and other natural woods, ceramic tile, bamboo, cork and stone—are easy on the environment, too.

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so inclined, shop salvage stores, where you can find reclaimed hardwood and vintage finishing materials and fixtures of exceptional quality and style.

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Choose high-efficiency T appliances that reduce energy and water consumption.

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When you love your home, you shouldn’t have to leave it because it’s no longer accessible to you. With a little planning now, you can apply “barrier-free” thinking to the practicalities of navigating the house in a walker or wheelchair. The added expense is minimal when you incorporate these smart design considerations into your plans from the start— a small price for a home that will last you a lifetime.

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With wide doors and hallways, it’s easy to navigate this home in a wheelchair. 38917 MO

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TheLivingKitchen Increasingly, kitchens are part of a larger, open space that brings people together around the pleasures of the table—to make meals and memories, to share good food and conversation, to celebrate special occasions and simple moments. By design, Lindal homes honor this easy, inviting flow between food preparation, casual dining, and relaxing. And they give passionate cooks the space they covet for culinary equipment, convenient storage and ample workspace—creating a convivial mix of form and function where even the simplest meal is a feast for the senses.

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The heart of the home: This kitchen makes plenty of room for the most important part of any get-together: friends and family.

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Opposite page: In a dining area just off the kitchen, country decor works hand in hand with the solid cedar timbers and hardwood floor. 3073 NY

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ESSENTIAL INGREDIENTS Plan a smooth, well thought-out traffic T pattern that supports the number of cooks in your kitchen and their full range of kitchen activities—from food preparation and cooking to storing and cleaning up.

Give yourself plenty of hard-working T counter space—a minimum of 10 feet, excluding appliances. Include plenty of counter space on either side of the sink and stovetop. Space between counters should be 36 to 48 inches—60 inches if there are two cooks in your kitchen. Islands and peninsulas are a popular way to add useful counter space.

Consider whether you want amenities T such as a commercial range and hood, Half-round, cedarframed windows bring light and charm to this warm, inviting kitchen. 37600 NY

walk-in pantry, wood-burning oven or rotisserie, prep sink, under-counter refrigerated drawers, wine cooler, desk with computer workstation and built-in recycling bins. Are they important to you?

Maximize the magic of lighting. T A well-designed combination of ambient

and task lighting makes a world of difference, and natural lighting adds aesthetic appeal. Lindal SkyWalls are a dramatic way to take in a view and give your kitchen the ever-changing interest of natural light. Floor-level, under-cabinet lighting can be both functional and beautiful.

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than traditional countertops, large and deep sinks, and racks that conveniently store and showcase your cookware and cutlery.

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DreamBaths From pretty powder rooms to spa-like retreats, bathrooms are at their best when they combine practical design and pampering amenities. With two or three bathrooms in most Lindal homes, the master bath has become a tranquil haven where you can leave the world behind and soak up an environment that restores and rejuvenates. While rules of good bathroom design apply, these spaces are intensely personal in style. Think about the things that bring you joy in other parts of your home and life—music, art, a comfy armchair and ottoman, an inspiring view—and bring them into your bathroom.

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LuxurySuites Imagine your dream suite in a favorite hotel, and you’ve got a great inspiration for everything your master bedroom can be. In addition to creating a peaceful retreat for deep, restful sleep, consider making room for a comfortable sitting area for reading and relaxing. Plan an adjoining master bathroom/spa and a walk-in closet with built-in drawers and dressing area. Make ample storage and display space for your treasures. And carefully consider furniture placement, beginning with your dream bed; it may take up lots of space, but it’s worth every inch.

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DEALER TIP Plan ahead for amenities such as a wallmounted television, hidden stereo speakers and dimmercontrolled lighting. These little luxuries are easy to incorporate now, and they’ll bring you years of pleasure.

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Home Offices

Now that so much work can take place anywhere there’s a computer, the home office is one of the most popular trends in residential design. If you plan to work from home full-time, chances are that you’ll want a dedicated office space. But many homeowners combine a home office and a guest suite in one versatile space.

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DEALER TIP For many homeowners, their own home office is their first opportunity to create their ideal workplace. Give yourself the space and personal touches you need to be happy, inspired and productive.

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Below: A rich mix of colors, shapes and materials gives this office a professional look. 36814 WA

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entrance or create a separate entry.

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MediaRooms The more entertainment technology grows in scale and sophistication, the more it needs its own home—in a room designed to accommodate all the hardware and wires in style. A media room can bring together large-screen televisions, DVRs and stereo systems with surround sound in a space designed to maximize their impact. It’s like having your own theater; turn down the lights, curl up in a cozy chair, and bring on the popcorn.

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DEALER TIP Decide upfront whether you want a dedicated home theater or prefer the versatility of a multi-purpose room for entertainment; it will affect your choice of audiovisual equipment and seating.

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DesigningwithLight Well-designed lighting can make the difference between an ordinary, flat-looking interior and one that’s rich with depth, drama and interest. In fact, artful lighting is a well-kept secret to the beauty of the finest custom homes. And when you plan for it, it’s easy to incorporate. In addition to maximizing the functionality of spaces for working, entertaining, reading and relaxing, a little enlightened thinking now will add pleasure and value to your home for life.

Two levels of windows bathe this kitchen in ever-changing patterns of natural light. 38426 GA

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Above: Track lighting is ideal for spotlighting works of art. Left: A mix of natural and artificial light provides an aesthetic dimension that is easy to adjust as the mood strikes, or the need requires.

DEALER TIP Define your lighting needs early on, when it’s easiest and least expensive to wire your home and install fixtures.

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✴ Choose the character of light you want in various areas of your home: — Wall sconces provide soft, indirect mood lighting. — Track lighting focuses directly downward—great for showcasing artwork or any area you want to spotlight. — Table lamps are ideal for task lighting, and their plug-in mobility is convenient. — Cove lighting adds indirect light behind a molding around the ceiling of a room.

Keep light fixtures in sync with your home’s style and décor. Consider other fixtures and light sources in the room, including windows and skylights.

Install dimmer switches; nothing lets you alter the mood in a room more quickly or inexpensively.

Choose light bulbs that create the quality and color of light you want. Energy-wise fluorescent bulbs produce cool, diffuse light. Halogens provide strong, direct illumination that’s closer to natural daylight. Miniature halogen bulbs are popular as art and accent lighting.

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TheMagicof Windows Frame your favorite view. “Paint” your rooms with ever-changing natural light from sunrise to sunset. Bring the fresh air and fragrance of your garden into your home. With a little planning, every window can enhance the light, views, ventilation, energy efficiency and style of your home. And Lindal windows combine the finest materials and craftsmanship with sophisticated engineering, low maintenance and lasting energy efficiency— guaranteed. Ask your Lindal dealer to help you make the best choices in window frames, glazing and design.

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DEALER TIP The energy efficiency of your windows is affected by the type of glass, or glazing, you choose, the amount of space between double panes, and the thermal qualities of the frame material.

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WORKING WONDERS

Decide what you want to achieve, both functionally and aesthetically, with the windows in your home. Where do you want privacy? A view? Fresh air? Visualize the impact of each ✴ window on both the interior and exterior of your home. A window that looks great on the interior can look awkward and misplaced on the exterior.

Stay true to a pattern of window style and placement that feels balanced.

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The Lindal Difference is Clear

1

The highest industry rating for preventing air and water infiltration under the toughest test conditions.

2

State-of-the-art Low E Argon glass as our standard for comfort, energy efficiency and fabric protection.

3

Your choice of frames: our standard lowmaintenance vinyl inside and out; our optional premium grade clear cedar; or both—the option of lowmaintenance vinyl outside, warm cedar inside.

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Lindal’s outstanding warranty asssures your satisfaction.

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LuxurySuites Imagine your dream suite in a favorite hotel, and you’ve got a great inspiration for everything your master bedroom can be. In addition to creating a peaceful retreat for deep, restful sleep, consider making room for a comfortable sitting area for reading and relaxing. Plan an adjoining master bathroom/spa and a walk-in closet with built-in drawers and dressing area. Make ample storage and display space for your treasures. And carefully consider furniture placement, beginning with your dream bed; it may take up lots of space, but it’s worth every inch.

THE BEST BEDROOMS

This suite has it all— fireplace, spa tub, and a deck just outside. 36419 WA

T Locate your master suite so

that you can begin, and end, each day looking out to a view that you love. Better yet, plan for French doors that open onto an adjacent deck or terrace.

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Create an elegant, en suite look for your master bedroom and bath by using the same color scheme; play up textural differences to create a rich, luxurious look and feel.

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Add the romance and focal point of a window seat to your bedroom.

T Use astral glass and other

types of clerestory windows to let in light from above while protecting your privacy. 37030 CA

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DEALER TIP Plan ahead for amenities such as a wallmounted television, hidden stereo speakers and dimmercontrolled lighting. These little luxuries are easy to incorporate now, and they’ll bring you years of pleasure.

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Home Offices

Now that so much work can take place anywhere there’s a computer, the home office is one of the most popular trends in residential design. If you plan to work from home full-time, chances are that you’ll want a dedicated office space. But many homeowners combine a home office and a guest suite in one versatile space.

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DEALER TIP For many homeowners, their own home office is their first opportunity to create their ideal workplace. Give yourself the space and personal touches you need to be happy, inspired and productive.

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Below: A rich mix of colors, shapes and materials gives this office a professional look. 36814 WA

Above: The luxury of an office with a view: this Lindal homeowner has the perfect outlook on work. 37705 WA

W O R K I N G S M A RT

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Create a self-sufficient space that allows privacy and quiet.

T Choose a location just off the main

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entrance or create a separate entry.

T Include a private bath if possible. T Plan for ample closet space. T Plan wiring and outlets to support good lighting and highspeed telecommunications.

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MediaRooms The more entertainment technology grows in scale and sophistication, the more it needs its own home—in a room designed to accommodate all the hardware and wires in style. A media room can bring together large-screen televisions, DVRs and stereo systems with surround sound in a space designed to maximize their impact. It’s like having your own theater; turn down the lights, curl up in a cozy chair, and bring on the popcorn.

P L A N F O R R AV E R E V I E W S

✴ Situate the room in the “public” part of your home, away from bedrooms and other places where privacy and quiet are important.

✴ Plan for wiring, lighting, acoustics, built-in cabinetry and comfortable seating. Consider a false wall that keeps wiring neatly out of sight yet gives you easy access to it. If a dedicated media room is not in ✴ your plans, apply the same considerations HOME PLANNING

to your entertainment center—wherever it is located.

Wrapped in saturated colors and rich textures, this entertainment room has the feeling of a sumptuous nest. 70283 ON

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DEALER TIP Decide upfront whether you want a dedicated home theater or prefer the versatility of a multi-purpose room for entertainment; it will affect your choice of audiovisual equipment and seating.

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DesigningwithLight Well-designed lighting can make the difference between an ordinary, flat-looking interior and one that’s rich with depth, drama and interest. In fact, artful lighting is a well-kept secret to the beauty of the finest custom homes. And when you plan for it, it’s easy to incorporate. In addition to maximizing the functionality of spaces for working, entertaining, reading and relaxing, a little enlightened thinking now will add pleasure and value to your home for life.

Two levels of windows bathe this kitchen in ever-changing patterns of natural light. 38426 GA

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Above: Track lighting is ideal for spotlighting works of art. Left: A mix of natural and artificial light provides an aesthetic dimension that is easy to adjust as the mood strikes, or the need requires.

DEALER TIP Define your lighting needs early on, when it’s easiest and least expensive to wire your home and install fixtures.

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I L L U M I N AT I N G I D E A S

✴ Choose the character of light you want in various areas of your home: — Wall sconces provide soft, indirect mood lighting. — Track lighting focuses directly downward—great for showcasing artwork or any area you want to spotlight. — Table lamps are ideal for task lighting, and their plug-in mobility is convenient. — Cove lighting adds indirect light behind a molding around the ceiling of a room.

Keep light fixtures in sync with your home’s style and décor. Consider other fixtures and light sources in the room, including windows and skylights.

Install dimmer switches; nothing lets you alter the mood in a room more quickly or inexpensively.

Choose light bulbs that create the quality and color of light you want. Energy-wise fluorescent bulbs produce cool, diffuse light. Halogens provide strong, direct illumination that’s closer to natural daylight. Miniature halogen bulbs are popular as art and accent lighting.

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TheMagicof Windows Frame your favorite view. “Paint” your rooms with ever-changing natural light from sunrise to sunset. Bring the fresh air and fragrance of your garden into your home. With a little planning, every window can enhance the light, views, ventilation, energy efficiency and style of your home. And Lindal windows combine the finest materials and craftsmanship with sophisticated engineering, low maintenance and lasting energy efficiency— guaranteed. Ask your Lindal dealer to help you make the best choices in window frames, glazing and design.

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Lindal Summit homes feature a wall of windows that follow their distinctive, two-pitched roofline. Opposite page: Half- and quarter-round windows echo the roofline, adding a sculptural quality to the wall of glass that brings natural light and views into this living room. 32212 WA

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WORKING WONDERS

Decide what you want to achieve, both functionally and aesthetically, with the windows in your home. Where do you want privacy? A view? Fresh air? Visualize the impact of each ✴ window on both the interior and exterior of your home. A window that looks great on the interior can look awkward and misplaced on the exterior.

Stay true to a pattern of window style and placement that feels balanced.

HOME PLANNING

Consider the character of light. Northern light is diffused, but north-facing windows are energy drains in the winter. Eastern light is soft and pleasing. Southern light fuels passive solar gains, but plan for protection in hot weather. Western light brings sunsets your way, but glare needs to be controlled in summer. 132


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The Lindal Difference is Clear

1

The highest industry rating for preventing air and water infiltration under the toughest test conditions.

2

State-of-the-art Low E Argon glass as our standard for comfort, energy efficiency and fabric protection.

3

Your choice of frames: our standard lowmaintenance vinyl inside and out; our optional premium grade clear cedar; or both—the option of lowmaintenance vinyl outside, warm cedar inside.

4

Lindal’s outstanding warranty asssures your satisfaction.

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Making an Entrance From the main entry throughout your interior, the style of doors in your home makes a powerful first impression. As always, style is a highly personal choice, and the choices in doors are virtually endless. Choose high-quality doors that enhance the architecture of your home, and consider security, energy efficiency and noise insulation as well as good looks. Lindal brings strength and beauty together with a wide selection of entry and interior doors—from high-end fiberglass doors to solid wood and custom-crafted doors. A wall of glass creates an open, welcoming entry, while the deep roof overhang provides shelter. 39818 WA

Opposite page: This home’s covered entry is rich with details that delight the eye and create a warm welcome. 36911 VA

DEALER TIP Inside your home, solid-core doors help protect the quiet calm of bedrooms, dens and other private spaces by insulating them from the noises in the rest of the house. 135

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Enlightened Design Looking to create a light-filled spa experience in your master bath? Or a sun-drenched space off the kitchen where friends and family love to gather? Lindal has a wealth of ways to visually open your home to the great outdoors. bringing shimmering light and stunning views into your life from sunny days to star-filled nights. We’re known for designing sunrooms whose elegant looks, craftsmanship and engineering become an integral part of home. And sunrooms are just the start; imagine what a Lindal SkyWall or SunCanopy can do to create an al fresco feeling that’s inviting all year round.

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What better place to have breakfast than a light-filled Lindal SunRoom? 35494 GA

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A Lindal SkyWall with a view adds to the open, airy feeling of this spacious pool room. 35494 GA

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DEALER TIP When a sunroom, post and beam room, or patio room is designed with careful consideration of your architectural style and setting, it adds value, and you get the integral look and feel of a high-end custom home.

A custom Lindal SunCanopy transforms an ordinary deck into a major design statement and a popular outdoor living space. 50348 BC

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One of our trio of Michael Graves Pavilion designs. These outdoor living spaces can be attached as an addition to your home or built as a freestanding work of art by the worldfamous architect —great for entertaining.

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The Great Outdoors

One of the biggest long-term trends in home design is happening outdoors, as homeowners extend their living spaces with decks and covered porches. Think of your outdoor space as a wonderful way to add square feet to your home—and much more. These are places where relaxing and entertaining come naturally; some homeowners even include full-blown kitchens in their outdoor plans. Lindal decks combine top-quality materials with a superior building system so there’s none of the squeaking and bouncing so common in lesser-built decks. Your deck can be designed in any size or configuration that enhances your site and outdoor activities.

OUTDOOR LIVING

T For long-lived beauty and practicality, build your

deck of Western red cedar. It resists rot and insects and retains it natural good looks year after year of use.

T Consider sliding-glass or patio doors; they make it a breeze to serve meals outdoors.

T Multi-level decks can create separate “outdoor rooms” of activity and visual interest.

T Built-in seating adds functionality and gives your deck a finished, custom look.

T Easy access to power and water make life outdoors HOME PLANNING

a pleasure; ample, accessible power and water are vital if you plan to build an outdoor kitchen.

T Lighting can turn a deck into a romantic evening retreat. It’s an important safety consideration, too.

T Plan ahead for a hot tub. Decide where it will be

located, and add reinforcement, support and plumbing according to the manufacturer’s instructions.

T In hot climates, a screened-in porch is a welcome oasis that lets in cool breezes and keeps out insects.

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Making an Entrance From the main entry throughout your interior, the style of doors in your home makes a powerful first impression. As always, style is a highly personal choice, and the choices in doors are virtually endless. Choose high-quality doors that enhance the architecture of your home, and consider security, energy efficiency and noise insulation as well as good looks. Lindal brings strength and beauty together with a wide selection of entry and interior doors—from high-end fiberglass doors to solid wood and custom-crafted doors. A wall of glass creates an open, welcoming entry, while the deep roof overhang provides shelter. 39818 WA

Opposite page: This home’s covered entry is rich with details that delight the eye and create a warm welcome. 36911 VA

DEALER TIP Inside your home, solid-core doors help protect the quiet calm of bedrooms, dens and other private spaces by insulating them from the noises in the rest of the house. 135

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Enlightened Design Looking to create a light-filled spa experience in your master bath? Or a sun-drenched space off the kitchen where friends and family love to gather? Lindal has a wealth of ways to visually open your home to the great outdoors. bringing shimmering light and stunning views into your life from sunny days to star-filled nights. We’re known for designing sunrooms whose elegant looks, craftsmanship and engineering become an integral part of home. And sunrooms are just the start; imagine what a Lindal SkyWall or SunCanopy can do to create an al fresco feeling that’s inviting all year round.

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What better place to have breakfast than a light-filled Lindal SunRoom? 35494 GA

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A Lindal SkyWall with a view adds to the open, airy feeling of this spacious pool room. 35494 GA

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DEALER TIP When a sunroom, post and beam room, or patio room is designed with careful consideration of your architectural style and setting, it adds value, and you get the integral look and feel of a high-end custom home.

A custom Lindal SunCanopy transforms an ordinary deck into a major design statement and a popular outdoor living space. 50348 BC

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One of our trio of Michael Graves Pavilion designs. These outdoor living spaces can be attached as an addition to your home or built as a freestanding work of art by the worldfamous architect —great for entertaining.

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The Great Outdoors

One of the biggest long-term trends in home design is happening outdoors, as homeowners extend their living spaces with decks and covered porches. Think of your outdoor space as a wonderful way to add square feet to your home—and much more. These are places where relaxing and entertaining come naturally; some homeowners even include full-blown kitchens in their outdoor plans. Lindal decks combine top-quality materials with a superior building system so there’s none of the squeaking and bouncing so common in lesser-built decks. Your deck can be designed in any size or configuration that enhances your site and outdoor activities.

OUTDOOR LIVING

T For long-lived beauty and practicality, build your

deck of Western red cedar. It resists rot and insects and retains it natural good looks year after year of use.

T Consider sliding-glass or patio doors; they make it a breeze to serve meals outdoors.

T Multi-level decks can create separate “outdoor rooms” of activity and visual interest.

T Built-in seating adds functionality and gives your deck a finished, custom look.

T Easy access to power and water make life outdoors HOME PLANNING

a pleasure; ample, accessible power and water are vital if you plan to build an outdoor kitchen.

T Lighting can turn a deck into a romantic evening retreat. It’s an important safety consideration, too.

T Plan ahead for a hot tub. Decide where it will be

located, and add reinforcement, support and plumbing according to the manufacturer’s instructions.

T In hot climates, a screened-in porch is a welcome oasis that lets in cool breezes and keeps out insects.

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CHAPTER

5

Lindal Plans

Looking for more details on your favorite homes from the Gallery section? T Want to see even more homes in your favorite Lindal style? This Plans section features 75 of Lindal’s most popular home designs, complete with color photographs, detailed floorplans, elevations, and the dimensions of each room. It includes all of the homes featured in the Gallery along with 59 additional Lindal plans, all organized by style—Classic, Contemporary, Traditional and Small Treasures. Of course, these are only the beginning; at your local Lindal dealer, you’ll find hundreds of plans that are exclusively Lindal—the culmination of more than 60 years of expertise, customer insight and inspired design.

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Plans Index Page Number

Gallery Page

Total Sq. Ft.

First Floor Sq. Ft.

Other Floor Sq. Ft.

Number of Floors

Overall Size

Number of Bedrooms

Number Master of Bedroom Baths on Floor

Inspirations 5399 3525 3559 5572 5204 5719 4643 5562

3123 2088 1927 2785 3096 3430 1764 5562

2276 1437 1632 2787 2108 2289 2879 -

2 3 2 2 2 2 3 1

108 x 53 113 x 58 75 x 47 126 x 72 79 x 78 96 x 83 74 x 39 131 x 112

5+ 3 3+ 5+ 3+ 5 6 4+

3F 1H 3F 1H 2F 1T 4F 5F 1H 3F 1H 3F 2T 1H 4F 2H

1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1

112 147 150 151

2245 1587 2505 2579

2245 1111 1878 1942

476 627 637

1 2 2 2

70 x 40 38 x 36 79 x 37 81 x 37

3 3 3+ 3+

2F 2F 1F 1T 1F 1T

1 2 2 2

Classic Casa 154 155 156 158

24

160 161 162 164 166 168 170 172

28

7368 2648 4681 5050

4590 2353 3015 2936

2778 295 1666 2114

2 2 2 2

137 x 85 58 x 56 103 x 70 99 x 73

4+ 3 4+ 3+

1F 2T 1H 2F 1F 2T 1H 2F 2H

1 1 1 1

2272 3562 2950 3254 3486 2647 2162 4648

1927 2477 1954 2435 2188 1868 1794 2720

345 1085 996 819 1298 779 368 1928

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

93 x 44 101 x 52 52 x 44 84 x 48 69 x 42 88 x 40 54 x 39 91 x 44

3 3 4 3 4 3 2 3

2F 1H 3F 1H 3F 2F 1H 3F 1H 2F 1H 2F 2F 1H

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Summit Star

First Floor Sq. Ft.

Other Floor Sq. Ft.

Number of Floors

Overall Size

Number of Bedrooms

Number Master of Bedroom Baths on Floor

32

ViewVista SkyVista ShoreVista LakeVista CascadeVista IslandVista MountainVista I * MountainVista II *

174 175 176 178 180 181 182 183

36

3797 2298 3424 2001 1926 5083 5014 5697

1978 1467 2047 1452 1592 2582 2364 2683

1819 831 1377 549 334 2501 2650 3014

2 2 3 2 2 3 3 3

70 x 41 53 x 72 69 x 36 47 x 37 59 x 34 85 x 46 98 x 69 104 x 79

3 3 4+ 2 2 3+ 4+ 4+

3F 1H 2F 1H 2F 1T 1H 1F 1T 2F 3F 2T 3F 1T 3F 1T

1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1

42

5757 1557 2102 3079 3512 3921 2863

3050 1557 2102 1862 2078 2451 1701

2707 1217 1434 1470 1162

3 1 1 2 2 2 2

84 x 48 56 x 36 92 x 43 75 x 40 76 x 43 99 x 63 48 x 39

4+ 3 3 3+ 4 4+ 3

2F 2T 2F 2F 1H 2F 1H 3F 2H 3F 2H 2F 1H

1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Contempo Prow Star WestSide BaySide I BaySide II CliffSide CountrySide I CountrySide II CreekSide

186 188 189 190 192 194 196

45 46

Prairie Prairie Dream Prairie Light Prairie Ranch

198 200 202

48

3430 2479 4216

2757 2479 3220

673 996

2 1 2

116 x 72 98 x 50 111 x 59

3 2+ 3

2F 1T 1F 1T 3F 2H

1 1 1

204 205 206 207 208 210

50

2992 3099 3344 2585 3831 2247

1544 2169 2866 2168 2330 1194

1148 930 478 417 1501 1053

2 2 2 2 2 2

61 x 33 60 x 57 84 x 57 96 x 37 74 x 39 46 x 35

3 3 3 3+ 4 3

2F 2H 2F 1H 2F 1H 1F 2T 2F 1H 1F 1T 1H

1 1 1 1 1 1

Craftsman SummerWood * LakeWood HeartWood* RiverWood NorthWood WildWood

PLANS

NewPort SeaPort LongPort Brunswick SouthPort KeyPort RavensPort Rockport

Total Sq. Ft.

Contemporary

Home Planning Ideas

Islena Calista Angelina Flora

Gallery Page

Prow Star

82 Country Manor Far Horizon 85 American Tudor 88 Paradise Found 90 Stoney Lake 92 Lakeshore Lodge 94 Wintergreen Retreat 96 Prairie Moon 98

OceanSide Fraser Sunburst Fitzpatrick

Page Number

Note: on baths: F = Full, T = Three-quarter H = Half-bath

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Total Sq. Ft.

First Floor Sq. Ft.

Other Floor Sq. Ft.

Number of Floors

212 214 215

52

2933 3880 3258

1426 2816 2134

1507 1064 1124

2 3 2

Overall Size

Number of Bedrooms

Number Master of Bedroom Baths on Floor

Page Number

Gallery Page

Total Sq. Ft.

First Floor Sq. Ft.

Other Floor Sq. Ft.

Number of Floors

Overall Size

Number of Bedrooms

Number Master of Bedroom Baths on Floor

3082

2448

634

2

53 x 48

3

2F 1H

1

247

2454

1231

1223

2

58 x 31

3

2F 1H

1

248

1912

1628

284

2

43 x 43

3

2F

1

249

1633

853

780

2

32 x 27

3

2F

1

Pavillion Garden Grove Pine Grove Cedar Grove

43 x 43 103 x 62 100 x 58

3 3 4

2F 1H 3F 1H 3F 1H

1 1 1

Pole Sandpiper Heights 246

Ridge

Traditional

Stone Ridge

Farmhouse 218 219 220

57

2102 2637 1964

1458 1859 1317

644 778 647

2 2 2

53 x 63 61 x 39 50 x 34

2 4+ 3+

2F 1H 3F 2F

1 1 2

Maple Hill 222 223 224 225

58

2256 2425 2670 2049

2256 2425 2670 2049

-

1 1 1 1

75 x 56 80 x 65 78 x 65 82 x 59

3 3+ 3 3+

2F 1F 1T 2F 1H 1F 1T

1 1 1 1

Prow

2872 2913 4639 3656 4444 4611 3175

1787 1259 2489 2016 2601 1996 1971

1085 1654 2150 1640 1843 2615 1204

2 3 3 2 2 2 2

61 x 37 65 x 36 103 x 70 84 x 43 100 x 45 55 x 45 96 x 36

3 3+ 3+ 4+ 3+ 4+ 3+

2F 1H 3F 4F 1T 1H 4F 1F 2T 2H 3F 1H 1F 2T 1H

1 2 1 1 1 1 1

Summit

2097 2817 2343 1824 1641

1087 1088 1195 760 1063

1010 1729 1148 1064 578

2 3 2 3 2

37 x 32 32 x 34 37 x 36 27 x 29 38 x 32

1+ 1+ 2+ 2 2

1F 1T 2F 1H 2F 1H 3F 1F 1T

2 2 1 2 2

Ridge Muskoka Ridge Blue Ridge Sun Ridge View Ridge Meadow Ridge Simcoe Ridge * Trail Ridge

226 228 229 230 232 234 236

60

Small Treasures Chalet Banff Timberline Jasper Snowbird Keystone

Monaco

Farmhouse

Ranch Camden Ranch Beaumont Ranch Chesnut Ranch Desert Ranch

Panorama

Greenbriar Haliburton Niagara Falls Capistrano Coronado

Teton I Teton II Baker Whitney Olympic

250 252 253 254 255

70

1901 3593 1314 2480 1311

1179 1476 913 1593 827

722 2117 401 887 484

2 3 2 2 2

52 x 52 75 x 41 27 x 36 65 x 48 45 x 41

3 4+ 2+ 3 2+

2F 3F 1F 2F 1H 2F

2 2 1 1 2

256 257 258 259 260

74

1837 2805 1781 1202 1869

1301 1173 1333 917 1474

536 1632 448 285 395

2 3 2 2 2

32 x 43 32 x 40 56 x 44 32 x 31 77 x 54

3 3 3 2 3

2F 1H 3F 1F 1T 2F 2F

1 2 2 2 2

713 1034 1119

713 1034 1119

-

1 1 1

27 x 27 47 x 27 76 x 31

2 3 3

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How toRead the Plans

Lindal plans are easy to read and packed with helpful, detailed information. Here are a few useful tips for getting the most from them, along with a sample plan that calls out the type of information included for every plan in this section. Keep in mind that, as you plan your home, it’s important to consult with the Lindal dealer nearest you. Your local dealer knows your area’s building codes, has expertise in making many types of modifications to Lindal plans, and knows the best resources for finding any additional items you want to make your house a home. Bathrooms show suggested placement of your fixtures

Break indicates separate windows

Counters, appliances and fixtures are a suggestion for placement. They are not supplied by Lindal

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Any Lindal plan can be built on a daylight or full basement, on a crawl space, or a slab. In some plans, an optional basement stair detail is provided, but all plans can be converted to accommodate them.

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Parallel broken lines inside the plans indicate suggested beams overhead

These symbols represent interior doors

When space allows, we align the second floor with the first

Decks, stairs and ramps are suggested and optional

In two-story homes, wide dark lines in the perimeter of the second floor indicate the outside walls are full height: thinner, lighter lines indicate the roof is sloped

DATE

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Sunrooms are suggested and optional unless marked as included.

BY INITIALING THE BLOCKS BELOW YOU ARE CONFIRMING THAT THE INFORMATION CONTAINED ON THIS PAGE HAS BEEN

These symbols indicate suggestion for fireplace

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Second floor balconies are included. Many garages are shown with the plans. They are included unless marked optional.

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©2007 Lindal Cedar Homes. The Lindal plans in this book are the exclusive property of Lindal Cedar Homes. By copyright law, Lindal plans may not be photocopied or used for any purpose other than in the process of purchasing and building a Lindal Cedar Home.

VALUATION SERVICE REPORT OWABLE VALUES AND/OR USE CONCERNING MATERIAL

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PHOTO REFERENCE Helps you find representative photos of homes in the series. Keep in mind customers personalize their homes so the photo may not exactly match the floorplan.

SERIES Homes sharing common features

Contempo Prow

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Variations of homes in a series

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TOTAL AREA: 1587 SQ FT ____________________________ FIRST FLOOR: 1111 SQ FT ____________________________ OTHER FLOOR: 476 SQ FT ____________________________ C SIZE: 38 ' X 36 ' ____________________________

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Personalizing Your Plan You almost have to see it to believe how much impact a few simple modifications can have on the style of your Lindal home. Some changes are as simple as your choice of exterior materials and accents, or a change in the shape or placement of windows. Your local Lindal dealer is an expert in helping you explore the many ways that such minor modifications can have a tremendous visual impact. Of course, with the help of your local dealer, you can also add or enlarge a room, change the entry, or alter a roofline. This is one time in life when change comes easily—with great results.

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LEVEL 1 These non-structural changes are a very affordable way to make a large visual impact, and they allow for the fastest delivery. Choose from a wide variety of non-structural changes including siding, millwork, windows, doors, hardware and many other architectural details.

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“We made a few changes, such as adding a front porch because of the northern exposure, and increasing the size of our bathroom—and it was nice to have such input, giving true meaning to the expression ‘custom designed.’” Pam Johnson

LEVEL 3 The Lindal post and beam design system provides you with the opportunity to make any design your own. These revisions change the footprint of your Lindal plan. Stretch or shrink a portion of the home. Add a wing. Change a ceiling height or the size of your windows. Level 3 changes within the Lindal system take a little longer and cost a little more.

BEYOND LEVEL 3 Lindal designers have decades of experience designing award-winning homes that begin with a sketch on a napkin, a conversation with your local dealer, or an architect’s rendering.

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Personalizing a Plan: Before Whether you want to make personal modifications to your Lindal home plan from the start or may want to remodel later on, we make it easy to do. Take a look at this home, which is based on our contemporary Sunburst plan; below are the plans before and after Level 3 modifications were made. As you can see, a covered porch was added to create a more dramatic, extended entry. The trim, inside and out, was changed to create a more Craftsman-like look. And inside, the location of the kitchen pantry was changed. This type of personal modification is easy to do—with the Lindal post and beam design format.

FIRST FLOOR

Before: Sunroom entry and clean contemporary lines.

Designer SUNBURST

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One Home’s Story Added three bay SkyWall to kitchen eating area.

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Added wrap around covered porch with Craftsman detail.

FIRST FLOOR

Switched pantry and utility room.

Craftsman F I T Z P AT R I C K

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Extended entry 5 ' and added Lindal SunWall and 8 ' glass doors under covered porch. A great alternative in a protected environment.

1 Full, 1 Three Quarter _____________________________ MASTER BEDROOM: Second Floor _____________________________ BATHROOMS:

TOTAL AREA: 2579 SQ FT _____________________________ FIRST FLOOR: 1942 SQ FT _____________________________

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Remarkable curbside appeal outside leads to spacious elegance inside: Casa Islena’s two-story prow windows provide unobstructed views from the foyer to the great room. 37427 GA

Casa ISLENA

_____________________________ BEDROOMS: Four+ _____________________________ 2 Full, 1 Three-quarter, 2 Half _____________________________

BATHROOMS:

First Floor _____________________________ TOTAL AREA: 7368 SQ FT _____________________________ MASTER BEDROOM:

4590 SQ FT _____________________________ OTHER FLOOR: 2778 SQ FT _____________________________ FIRST FLOOR:

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Casa Calista gives you the architectural drama of a Casa design on a smaller scale. All living spaces are on one floor; the upstairs loft is yours to define.

Casa C A L I S TA

____________________________ BEDROOMS: Three ____________________________ 2 Full ____________________________ MASTER BEDROOM: First Floor ____________________________ BATHROOMS:

TOTAL AREA: 2648 SQ FT ____________________________ FIRST FLOOR: 2353 SQ FT ____________________________

295 SQ FT ____________________________ SIZE: 58' X 56' ____________________________ OTHER FLOOR:

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Outside, gabled dormers and a multi-level roof add architectural interest. Inside, the corner prow and bay windows bring the outside in. Even the master bathroom has a great view. 36814 MA

Casa ANGELINA

_____________________________ BEDROOMS: Four+ _____________________________ 1 Full, 2 Three quarter, 1 Half _____________________________

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MASTER BEDROOM: First Floor _____________________________ TOTAL AREA: 4681 SQ FT _____________________________ FIRST FLOOR: 3015 SQ FT _____________________________ OTHER FLOOR: 1666 SQ FT _____________________________ SIZE: 103' X 70' _____________________________

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What better way to capture a spectacular view than with expansive walls of windows? 37030 CA

Casa

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FLORA

____________________________ BEDROOMS: Three+ ____________________________ 2 Full, 2 Half ____________________________ MASTER BEDROOM: First Floor ____________________________ BATHROOMS:

5050 SQ FT ____________________________ FIRST FLOOR: 2936 SQ FT ____________________________ TOTAL AREA:

2114 SQ FT ____________________________ SIZE: 99' X 73' ____________________________ OTHER FLOOR:

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The roofline’s distinctive double pitch is reflected in the great room, which is open to the dining room and kitchen. The master suite is located on the main floor; upstairs, a guest suite has its own bath and a balcony with a view. 38254 MI

Summit Star NEWPORT

____________________________ BEDROOMS: Three ____________________________ 2 Full, 1 Half ____________________________ MASTER BEDROOM: First Floor ____________________________ BATHROOMS:

2272 SQ FT ____________________________ FIRST FLOOR: 1927 SQ FT ____________________________ TOTAL AREA:

345 SQ FT ____________________________ SIZE: 93' X 44' ____________________________ OTHER FLOOR:

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The kitchen’s adjacent nook is a popular feature in this Summit Star plan; a spacious foyer leads to double doors and a large covered porch.

Summit Star SEAPORT

____________________________ BEDROOMS: Three ____________________________ 3 Full, 1 Half ____________________________ MASTER BEDROOM: First Floor ____________________________ BATHROOMS:

3562 SQ FT ____________________________ FIRST FLOOR: 2477 SQ FT ____________________________ TOTAL AREA:

1085 SQ FT ____________________________ SIZE: 101' X 52' ____________________________ OTHER FLOOR:

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The main-floor master suite includes two walkin closets and an optional deck. The great room and dining room share the prow of glass and two-story fireplace.

Summit Star LONGPORT

____________________________ BEDROOMS: Four ____________________________ 3 Full ____________________________ MASTER BEDROOM: First Floor ____________________________ BATHROOMS:

2950 SQ FT ____________________________ FIRST FLOOR: 1954 SQ FT ____________________________ TOTAL AREA:

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One of our most popular plans: the sitting room off the main-floor master bedroom and the semi-circular kitchen at the other end of the house add architectural drama—and views—to the great room’s walls of glass and two-pitched roofline.

Summit Star BRUNSWICK

____________________________ BEDROOMS: Three ____________________________ 2 Full, 1 Half ____________________________ MASTER BEDROOM: First Floor ____________________________ BATHROOMS:

3254 SQ FT ____________________________ FIRST FLOOR: 2435 SQ FT ____________________________ TOTAL AREA:

819 SQ FT ____________________________ SIZE: 84' X 48' ____________________________ OTHER FLOOR:

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A variation on our popular Brunswick floorplan. The master suite, main living spaces and laundry room are on the main floor; three bedrooms with two baths and a media room are upstairs. A nook off the kitchen has the natural light and views to become a favorite gathering spot. 70327 ON

Summit Star SOUTHPORT

____________________________ BEDROOMS: Four ____________________________ 3 Full, 1 Half ____________________________ MASTER BEDROOM: First Floor ____________________________ BATHROOMS:

3486 SQ FT ____________________________ FIRST FLOOR: 2188 SQ FT ____________________________ TOTAL AREA:

1298 SQ FT ____________________________ SIZE: 69' X 42' ____________________________ OTHER FLOOR:

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This home is a smaller variation on our popular Brunswick plan. While it doesn’t have the octagonal sitting room off the master bedroom, it does have its own spacious sitting area upstairs.

Summit Star KEYPORT

____________________________ BEDROOMS: Three ____________________________ 2 Full, 1 Half ____________________________ MASTER BEDROOM: First Floor ____________________________ BATHROOMS:

2647 SQ FT ____________________________ FIRST FLOOR: 1868 SQ FT ____________________________ TOTAL AREA:

779 SQ FT ____________________________ SIZE: 88' X 40' ____________________________ OTHER FLOOR:

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In this variation on the Brunswick plan, the entire master bedroom becomes a multi-faceted gem. These homeowners added an optional daylight basement. 70446 ON

Summit Star R AV E N S P O RT

____________________________ BEDROOMS: Two ____________________________ BATHROOMS: 2 Full ____________________________ MASTER BEDROOM: First Floor ____________________________

2162 SQ FT ____________________________ FIRST FLOOR: 1794 SQ FT ____________________________ TOTAL AREA:

OTHER FLOOR: 368 SQ FT ____________________________ SIZE: 54' x 39' ____________________________

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Our Brunswick plan on a larger scale with extensive decking and optional three-car garage. 70283 ON

Summit Star ROCKPORT

____________________________ BEDROOMS: Three ____________________________ 2 Full, 1 Half ____________________________ MASTER BEDROOM: First Floor ____________________________ BATHROOMS:

4648 SQ FT ____________________________ FIRST FLOOR: 2720 SQ FT ____________________________ TOTAL AREA:

1928 SQ FT ____________________________ SIZE: 91' X 44' ____________________________ OTHER FLOOR:

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True to its name, ViewVista makes the most of a site with an incredible outlook. In the living room, wood-framed windows and wood floor add warmth to the expansive living room, with its prow of glass. 38426 GA

Prow Star V I E W V I S TA

____________________________ BEDROOMS: Three ____________________________ 3 Full, 1 Half ____________________________ MASTER BEDROOM: First Floor ____________________________ BATHROOMS:

3797 SQ FT ____________________________ FIRST FLOOR: 1978 SQ FT ____________________________ TOTAL AREA:

BASEMENT: 1819 SQ FT ____________________________ SIZE: 70' X 41' ____________________________

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The covered porch off the kitchen is one of the popular features of this plan; it makes a pretty outdoor living space for easy entertaining. A second covered porch creates an inviting main entry.

Prow Star S K Y V I S TA

____________________________ BEDROOMS: Three ____________________________ BATHROOMS: 2 Full, 1 Half ____________________________ MASTER BEDROOM: First Floor ____________________________

2298 SQ FT ____________________________ FIRST FLOOR: 1467 SQ FT ____________________________ TOTAL AREA:

831 SQ FT ____________________________ SIZE: 53' X 72' ____________________________ OTHER FLOOR:

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All of the main living spaces come together on the first floor of this Prow Star plan. The elegant flow from the living room to the dining room and the adjacent kitchen with nook are ideal for entertaining. 36876 WA

Prow Star S H O R E V I S TA

_____________________________ BEDROOMS: Four+ _____________________________ 2 Full, 1 Three-quarter, 1 Half _____________________________

BATHROOMS:

MASTER BEDROOM: First Floor _____________________________ TOTAL AREA: 3424 SQ FT _____________________________ FIRST FLOOR: 2047 SQ FT _____________________________ OTHER FLOORS: 1377 SQ FT _____________________________ SIZE: 69' X 36' _____________________________

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The dramatic great room and open kitchen, family room and dining room create a mix of inviting spaces for relaxing and entertaining. The entire second floor is devoted to the master suite. 3073 NJ

Prow Star L A K E V I S TA

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TOTAL AREA: 2001 SQ FT _____________________________ FIRST FLOOR: 1452 SQ FT _____________________________

549 SQ FT _____________________________ SIZE: 47'X 37' _____________________________ OTHER FLOOR:

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A gabled covered porch leads into the main entry; an optional halfround window is the focal point of the kitchen; the master suite and dining room are on opposite sides of the great room with its prow. 37133 CO

Prow Star C A S C A D E V I S TA

____________________________ BEDROOMS: Two ____________________________ 2 Full ____________________________ MASTER BEDROOM: First Floor ____________________________ BATHROOMS:

1926 SQ FT ____________________________ FIRST FLOOR: 1592 SQ FT ____________________________ TOTAL AREA:

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A massive prow creates fabulous views on all three levels. The floorplan does an eloquent job of separating public and private spaces.

Prow Star I S L A N D V I S TA

_____________________________ BEDROOMS: Three + _____________________________ 3 Full, 2 Three-quarter _____________________________ MASTER BEDROOM: First Floor _____________________________ BATHROOMS:

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5083 SQ FT _____________________________ FIRST FLOOR: 2582 SQ FT _____________________________ TOTAL AREA:

OTHER FLOORS: 2501 SQ FT _____________________________ SIZE: 85' X 46' _____________________________

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This spacious, threestory home has a full basement, airy loft and prows of windows in both the main-floor great room and the family room below. See the Mountain Vista II for changes to the wings.

Prow Star M O U N TA I N V I S TA I

_____________________________ BEDROOMS: Four+ _____________________________ 3 Full, 1 Three-quarter ____________________________ MASTER BEDROOM: First Floor _____________________________ BATHROOMS:

5014 SQ FT _____________________________ FIRST FLOOR: 2364 SQ FT _____________________________ TOTAL AREA:

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The swept wings of this MountainVista II design meet the core of the home at an angle, making the entire footprint a reflection of the prow’s graceful lines.

Prow Star M O U N TA I N V I S TA I I

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5697 SQ FT _____________________________ FIRST FLOOR: 2683 SQ FT _____________________________ TOTAL AREA:

3014 SQ FT _____________________________ SIZE: 104' X 79' _____________________________ OTHER FLOORS:

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The best of Craftsman style and Lindal design: a customized Heartwood plan. 35555 CA 185

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The low-pitched roof gives this home a contemporary feeling while preserving the sheer magic of the prow; the large master suite has plenty of room for an optional fireplace. 35485 KS

Contempo Prow Star WESTSIDE

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5757 SQ FT _____________________________ FIRST FLOOR: 3050 SQ FT _____________________________ TOTAL AREA:

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Modest in square feet, grand in livability and views: the one-floor design splurges on the open great room/dining room/kitchen and dedicates its entire wing to the master suite.

Contempo Prow Star B AY S I D E I

____________________________ BEDROOMS: Three ____________________________ 2 Full ____________________________ MASTER BEDROOM : First Floor ____________________________ PLANS / CONTEMPORARY

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Two wings—one on either side of this home’s central prow— create an easy flow of living space on a single level. A covered porch creates a gracious main entry. 27448 ON

Contempo Prow Star B AY S I D E I I

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With its prow windows and expansive sunroom in the kitchen and dining room, this home is filled with light and views. An uninterrupted view from the entry to the living room brings the outdoors in from the moment you come home. The expansive sunroom that spans the dining room and kitchen is included in this plan. 24061 TN

Contempo Prow Star CLIFFSIDE

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3079 SQ FT ____________________________ FIRST FLOOR: 1862 SQ FT ____________________________ TOTAL AREA:

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This home has a two-story wing on either side of the lowpitched prow. One main-floor wing is devoted to a very private master suite, the other to public living spaces. Upstairs, a loft and library between the three bedrooms make a great home office. 38695 WA

Contempo Prow Star COUNTRYSIDE I

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On the main floor, the public wing of the home is extended to include a pantry, bath, utility room, garage—and a covered outdoor dining room. The CountrySide I great room is featured opposite page. 37040 GA

Contempo Prow Star COUNTRYSIDE II

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A covered deck leads into the open great room and dining room of this home. Open to both spaces, the kitchen has plenty of room for guests to pull up a seat and have a glass of wine with the cook. 37346 MI

Contempo Prow Star CREEKSIDE

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The horizontal sweep of Prairie style provides views to every living space; located at opposite ends of the home, the master and guest suites are exceptionally private retreats. 34503 PA

Prairie PRAIRIE DREAM

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The luxury of a fabulous, one-floor design: an elegant flow of spacious, appealing space. High ceilings with clerestory windows add light and drama to the living and dining rooms. 3281 WA

Prairie PRAIRIE LIGHT

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This home takes full advantage of post and beam construction to create an open, airy interior— enhanced by the living room’s two-story ceiling. Every room in the house looks out to views of the surrounding landscape. 38206 OR

Prairie PRAIRIE RANCH

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Craftsman lines, contemporary livability: SummerWood brings together the best of both in a spacious, three-story design with a masterful floorplan. 38931 NJ

Craftsman SUMMERWOOD

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The LakeWood’s multiple roof pitches and numerous covered porches add refreshing architectural style. The spacious master suite is on the main level, with two more bedrooms and a family room on the second floor.

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A two-story Lindal prow opens this Craftsman to panoramic views, which can also be seen from the media/family room just above. The spacious kitchen is open to the dining room, easily accommodating serious cooks. 35555 CA

Craftsman HEARTWOOD

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A covered porch with stone pillars graces the main entry to this home. The main floor includes all the main public spaces along with the master suite, another bedroom, and an office. 38273 CA

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Gables and shed dormers bring Craftsman character to the exterior. On the main floor, the master bedroom, utility room, dining room and great room all open to the outdoors. A large daylight basement adds cost-effective living space and a garage. 38038 KY

Craftsman NORTHWOOD

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This Craftsman home has expansive views from virtually every room— even the downstairs rooms. On the main floor, the kitchen is wide open to the spacious living room, taking in the same sweeping vistas and natural light. 38565 CO

Craftsman WILDWOOD

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A many-faceted architectural gem: The octagonal footprint of this two-story home celebrates the Pavilion style first used in grand parks and gardens around the world. The inspiration: the beauty of living with 360-degree views of the natural wonders around you. 31703 OR

Pavilion GARDEN GROVE

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Just off the main entry, Pine Grove’s quarter-round living room has a sweep of Pavilion style. And there’s a spacious master suite on each floor.

Pavilion PINE GROVE

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Cedar Grove’s floorplan is inspired by our Casa series; its faceted great room is inspired by Pavilion style.

Pavilion CEDAR GROVE

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An ample covered porch and a trio of gables give this Farmhouse design its traditional appeal. Inside, a stone fireplace is the focal point of the large living room just off the main entry. 39031 WA

Farmhouse OAK HILL

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The covered porches of our Farmhouse homes also create popular outdoor living spaces just off the main entry and the dining room. The first floor of this plan devotes an entire wing to the master suite. 23668 MT

Farmhouse DIXON HILL

____________________________ BEDROOMS: Four+ ____________________________ 3 Full ____________________________ MASTER BEDROOM: First Floor ____________________________ BATHROOMS:

TOTAL AREA: 2637 SQ FT ____________________________ FIRST FLOOR: 1859 SQ FT ____________________________ OTHER FLOOR: 778 SQ FT ____________________________ SIZE: 61' x 39' ____________________________

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This Farmhouse plan packs a lot of living into fewer than 2,000 square feet—including an open great room, kitchen and dining room, and an upper floor dedicated to the master suite and an office/loft. 36316 NY

Farmhouse CHAPEL HILL

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No need to sacrifice style to gain the ease of life on one level. The family room, dining room and master bedroom all open onto a spacious outdoor living room. Shed roofs add light and architectural interest.

Ranch CAMDEN RANCH

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Just off the covered porch entry, an office or library shares a private wing with the master suite. A popular feature: the large eating nook next to the kitchen.

Ranch BEAUMONT RANCH

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All bedrooms are clustered together in this one-level home, which has an abundance of outdoor living spaces. The master suite has its own private covered porch.

Ranch CHESTNUT RANCH

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In just over 2,000 square feet, this artful floorplan includes a large master suite, two bedrooms at the opposite end of the home—even a library off the covered porch entry.

Ranch DESERT RANCH

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Optional half-round windows create an elegant source of light and views in the great room. The gracious half-round covered porch off the dining room adds a new dimension to the pleasures of entertaining; this homeowner opted to enclose it for year-round use. 70233 ON

Ridge MUSKOKA RIDGE

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An inspired design variation on a chalet: a two-story wall of windows extends from the back of the home, adding a dimension of architectural interest inside and out.

Ridge BLUE RIDGE

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Gables and a spacious, pavilion-shaped recreation room add to the inviting style of Sun Ridge. The optional garage includes plans for a mother-in-law suite above.

Ridge SUN RIDGE

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Ridge VIEW RIDGE

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The great room’s two-story wall of cedarframed windows is the centerpiece of this home. On the main floor, the great room is flanked by public and private wings; on the second floor, by two bedroom suites with a central media room. 35906 NV

Ridge MEADOW RIDGE

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Simcoe Ridge brings together a lot of living space in a gracious traditional design—with gabled upper bedrooms, half- and quarter-round windows, and a breakfast nook. Daylight basement plan not shown. 70317 ON

Ridge SIMCOE RIDGE

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Large gables make for warm, welcoming interior spaces; the tub in the master suite tucks right into the nook created by one of them. 33622 VA

Ridge

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Let it snow: this Small Treasure is designed for coziness in the coldest days of winter. Cedar siding adds insulation value, as does our roof system. 72090 BC

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In true European chalet style, the upper floor extends out over the main floor; gables create dramatic interior spaces that reflect the steep pitch of the roof.

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This contemporary Chalet design makes the most of every square foot—with a spacious master suite, large deck, dramatic great room, and a daylight basement. 39005 VA

Chalet JASPER

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This three-level Chalet has a small footprint with amazing spaces: a large great room, a private master suite in the loft, and an entire mother-in-law suite— complete with second kitchen—in the daylight basement.

Chalet SNOWBIRD

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A feeling of spaciousness presides by design—from the entry to the open great room, dining room and kitchen. The large master suite has the privacy of being on its own upper level. 39495 WA

Chalet KEYSTONE

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Lindal’s Pole design can be built anywhere including hillside sites, beaches where flooding may occur—anywhere you may want to raise your home above the ground.

Pole SANDPIPER HEIGHTS

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This Small Treasure is a scaled-down version of our popular Ridge series, with a mainfloor master suite and a ‘flattened’ prow of glass in both the great room and the family room below.

Ridge STONE RIDGE

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2454 SQ FT ____________________________ FIRST FLOOR: 1231 SQ FT ____________________________ TOTAL AREA:

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Smart design creates a Small Treasure that feels expansive, with three bedrooms, two baths, a spacious office/loft—and plenty of glorious cedarframed windows. 22084 NJ

Panorama MONACO

____________________________ BEDROOMS: Three ____________________________ 2 Full ____________________________ MASTER BEDROOM: First Floor ____________________________ BATHROOMS:

1912 SQ FT ____________________________ FIRST FLOOR: 1628 SQ FT ____________________________ TOTAL AREA:

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With its charming gables and shed dormer, Maple Hill creates a sense of spaciousness within a small footprint. It is a smaller version of our Farmhouse series on pages 218-221.

Farmhouse MAPLE HILL

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1633 SQ FT ____________________________ FIRST FLOOR: 853 SQ FT ____________________________ TOTAL AREA:

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This classic Prow design has a small footprint, yet plenty of living space, sweeping views and natural light on its two floors. 24088 NY

Prow GREENBRIAR

____________________________ BEDROOMS: Three ____________________________ 2 Full ____________________________ MASTER BEDROOM: Second Floor ____________________________ BATHROOMS:

1901 SQ FT ____________________________ FIRST FLOOR: 1179 SQ FT ____________________________ TOTAL AREA:

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Prow HALIBURTON

____________________________ BEDROOMS: Four+ ____________________________ 3 Full ____________________________ MASTER BEDROOM: Second Floor ____________________________ BATHROOMS:

3593 SQ FT ____________________________ FIRST FLOOR: 1476 SQ FT ____________________________ TOTAL AREA:

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Good things come in small packages—like this 1,314square foot home. The two-story prow gives an open, airy feeling to the great room and dining room. The upstairs loft makes an ideal office or family room. 36146 MI

Prow N I A G A R A FA L L S

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1314 SQ FT ____________________________ FIRST FLOOR: 913 SQ FT ____________________________ TOTAL AREA:

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Prow CAPISTRANO

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Ideal for a narrow lot, this Prow plan measures 22 feet in width without the optional garage. The open great room and dining room span the home’s entire width—as does the prow of windows.

Prow CORONADO

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1311 SQ FT ____________________________ FIRST FLOOR: 827 SQ FT ____________________________ TOTAL AREA:

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It’s easy to see why this is one of our most popular plans: the prow adds drama and views while the change in roof pitch creates a warm, cozy feeling inside.

Summit TETON I

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Another version of our popular Summit series—ingeniously designed to devote the entire upper floor to the master suite with private sitting room, and the daylight basement to a family/media room and bath.

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Masterful design creates lots of appealing living spaces, views—and a private master suite with balcony in the loft.

Summit BAKER

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Lindal’s signature prow creates the open sense of spaciousness in this small Summit plan. Every square foot of its 1,202 square feet is optimized for light, view and livability. 38542 WA

Summit WHITNEY

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This customer used Lindal’s optional round log siding inside and out. 38817 MI

Summit O LY M P I C

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This Small Treasure gives you plenty of flexibility and great growth potential: The core twobedroom design of Capri I can easily be expanded now or later with a master suite wing (Capri II).

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The Capri III expands to 1119 square feet with a master suite wing on one side and an optional garage wing on the other. 30126 WA

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Getting Started

The pleasures of bringing your dream home to life are as close as T your local Lindal dealer. And chances are that’s not far from where you

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are right now. Because Lindal homes are sold through the world’s largest, most experienced network of locally owned, independent dealers. Your local dealer is a seasoned professional who knows Lindal, knows your local building requirements, and takes the time to know you–entering into a supportive, collaborative relationship so essential to making a dream home come true. A visit to your local Lindal dealer is the best way to experience firsthand the Lindal Difference–the keys to our success and, most importantly, your satisfaction.

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How toGetYour Lindal

From pinning down every planning detail to delivering a part-coded building package that’s complete and on time, Lindal has spent more than 60 years perfecting the process of creating dream homes. Along the way, we’ve eliminated many of the stresses and uncertainties that are typical in building a custom home. Beyond the pleasures of planning your home and choosing interior finishes and furnishings, most of the activity occurs on our end— with your local dealer and with Lindal’s drafting and manufacturing teams. The exceptional quality of our engineering, building materials and design process also support quality construction, helping to ensure that you enjoy the best building experience and custom home value on the market today. And tomorrow.

1 Planning Your Dream

2 Order & Design

3 Production & Delivery

During this exciting stage, your dream becomes a design, and your local Lindal dealer is there to help. This is the time to set a budget, plan your building site, select a Lindal floorplan and make any modifications— taking as much time as you wish. Your dealer can give you a preliminary price on the materials package for your home.

Now your Lindal dealer places your order. Lindal’s drafting team produces Preliminary Plans for your review and revisions as needed. Once you’ve approved the plans, your Final Construction Drawings are completed. Honoring the craftsman’s adage to “measure twice, cut once” Lindal’s advanced CAD technology lets us virtually build your home on our computer system before a single board is cut to your specifications or delivered to your site.

With Final Construction Drawings in hand, you can finalize your choice of builder and apply for your building permit—and your Lindal dealer can help. When you tell us, we begin the final manufacturing of your home. As scheduled, your Lindal building materials arrive at your site in a single delivery, and your Lindal dealer is on hand to take a complete materials inventory.

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Your Dream Team

Dream homes don’t happen by chance. Their success is directly related to the quality of the team involved. At Lindal, your Dream Team combines the best of all worlds: your ideas and wish list; the hands-on advice, attention and follow-through of your local Lindal dealer; and the experience, financial strength and quality assurance of a company that stands behind you from start to finish with a lifetime warranty. This is the kind of team it takes to turn a dream into a living reality—and the kind of company you can count on to be here for you. Whether you’re starting with a sketch on a napkin or have already found a Lindal design you love, we’re ready to help you create the most exciting home in the world. Your own.

TS G E T TCIONNGT ESN TA RTED

From our family to yours. At Lindal, we’ve found that quality never goes out of style. Neither does our lifetime structural warranty—the best guarantee in the industry.

By now you may already know your local Lindal dealer’s name and location. If not, call us toll-free at 1.800.426.0536 or visit us online at www.lindal.com. We’ll tell you how to contact your local dealer and where to stop by for a visit.

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Baker 258 Banff 68-69, 240 Barrier-free Design 112-113 Barrile Residence 24-25 Baths 118-121, 156, 162, 188, 198 Baty Residence 31, 260-261 BaySide I 188 BaySide II 189 Beaumont Ranch 223 Bedroom Suites 122-123, 172, 226 Berkov Residence 80, 121 Blackburn Residence 67, 242-243 Blue Ridge 228 Boyle Residence 27 Briggerman Residence 210-211 Brunswick 10, 32-33, 164-165 Bucy Residence 28, 130 Budgets 11, 12 Building Green 110 Bunyard Residence 81, 121, 128 Burnop Residence 236-237 Bush Residence 1, 9 Button Residence 144, 148, 195

Carmichael Residence 264-265 Carroll Residence 31, Back Cover Casa Series 6, 22-27, 154-159 CascadeVista 180 Casperson Residence 66 Catlin Residence 59 Cedar Grove 215 Cedar 8, 12 Chalet Series 68-69, 240-245 Chapel Hill 54-55, 220-221 Chestnut Ranch 224 Choose a Proven Plan 102 Claney Residence 176-177 Clarke Residence 131, 216-217, 234-235 Classic Style homes 22-39, 152-183 CliffSide 190-191 Company, The 16-17 Considering Your Site 105 Contempo Prow Star Series 42-47, 186-197 Contemporary Style homes 40-53, 184-215 Copyright Information 146, 272 Coronado 255 Country Manor 13, 82-83, 124 CountrySide I 44-45, 192-193 CountrySide II 194-195 Cox Residence 67, 252 Craftsman Series 50-51, 151, 204-211 CreekSide 46-47, 196-197 Creating a Sense of Place 104 Crevier/Obert Residence 137, 138

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American Tudor 88-89 Andersen Residence 132 Anderson Residence 109 Angelina 156-157 Architects 85, 102, 149 Jim Cutler 85 Michael Graves 138 Arrendale Residence 36-37, 128, 174 Avery Residence 62-63

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CAD drafting 267 Calista 155 Camden Ranch 222 Capistrano 254 Capri I 262 Capri II 262 Capri III 263 270

Davis Residence 67 Daylight basement 58, 107, 146, 171, 174, 176-177, 181, 182, 183, 190, 204, 208-209, 210-211, 228, 241, 244, 247, 252, 257 Dealer 14-15, 102, 264-269

Dealer Tips 15, 104, 108, 110, 116, 123, 124, 127, 128, 131, 138 Dean Residence 188 Decks 140-141, 146 Demers Residence 139 Denig Residence 254 Desert Ranch 58-59, 225 Design & Engineering 11, 267 Designing with Light 128-129 Designer Series 150 Develop a Site Plan 105 Diamond Residence 35, 108, 170-171 Digh Residence 6, 22-23, 26, 142, Back Cover Dixon Hill 56-57, 219 Dixon Residence 56, 219 Doors 112, 134-135, 146 Dormers 54-55, 56-57, 60-61, 63, 156 Drafting 267 Dream Baths 118-121 Dream Team 268-269 DuCommun Residence 216-217, 218 Dziura Residence 125, 148, 156-157

E Eldridge Residence 80 Eli Residence 70 Energy Efficiency 108-111, 130 Energy Wise 108-109, 120, 129 Engineering 267 Enlightened Design 136-139 Entrances 134-135 Environment 8, 85, 108-111 Estes Residence 114 Expanding 85, 106-107, 262-263

F Far Horizon 4, 84-87, 113, 123 Farmhouse Series 56-57, 218-221, 249 Faulstich Residence 112 Fitzpatrick 151

Floorplans 142-263 Flora 158-159 Fraser 147 Frost Residence 34, 144, 166-167

G Gallery 20-77 Garages 146 Garden Grove 52-53, 212-213 Gassner Residence 52-53, 212-213 Gatward Residence 46-47, 196-197 Gau Residence 24 Gibbons Residence 71, 145, 250251 Glass warranty 133 Gluek Residence Inside Front Cover Going Green 110-111 Gottlieb Residence 207 Great Outdoors, The 140-141 Green Building 110 Greenbriar 70-71, 250-251 Guarantee of a Lifetime 18, 268 Getting Started 264-269

H Haliburton 252 Harlan Residence 58 HeartWood 206 Hickling Residence 58 Hilyer Residence 269 Hirschfield Residence 180 History 17 Hodgkinson Residence 145, 230-231 Holden Residence 81, 117 Holt Residence 44-45, 194 Home for Life 112-113 Home Offices 124-125 Home Planning 100-141 Houghton Residence 72-73, 238-239 House that Grows 106-107 How to Get Your Lindal 266-267 How to Read the Plans 146-147 Howarth Residence 59


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I Inspirations 78-99 Insulation 108-109 IslandVista 181 Islena 24-25, 154

J Jasper 242-243 Jim Cutler, Architect 85 Justus (see Solid Cedar)

K Kelly Residence 163 KeyPort 168-169 Keystone 245 Kiln drying 12 Kitchens 35, 45, 48, 50, 60, 70, 73, 74, 87, 98, 114-117, 128, 161, 168, 170, 176, 178, 180, 183, 186, 194, 196, 206, 210, 245, 248, 249 Korbelik Residence 78-79, 98-99 Ksander Residence 116, 178-179

L Lakeshore Lodge Front Cover, 94-95, 144 LakeVista 178-179 LakeWood 205 Lifetime Guarantee 18, 268 Lighting Design 128-129, 130-133 Lindal Cedar 8 Lindal Dealer 14-15, 102, 264-269 Lindal Design 10 Lindal Difference 6-19, 265 Lindal Log: Round log siding 31, 260-261 Lindal Process 267 Lindal Quality 12 Lindsey Residence 42-43, 186-187 Living Kitchen, The 114-117 Lofts 45, 73, 86 Log: Solid Cedar 31, 67, 116, 178179, 260-261 LongPort 162-163 Loria Residence 50-51, 115, 204

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Lorimer Residence 104 Lumber 8 Luxury Suites 122-123

M Magic of Windows, The 130-133 Making an Entrance 134-135 Mann Residence 92-93 Maple Hill 249 Marshall Residence 10, 32-33, 120, 127, 164-165 Mascia Residence 90-91 Material difference 12-13 McChesney Residence 117 McDonald Residence 257 McDonald Residence 232-233 Meadow Ridge 232-233 Media Rooms 126-127 Mendes Residence Inside Back Cover Minor Residence 31 Monaco 248 Monken Residence 67 MountainVista I 182 MountainVista II 183 Muskoka Ridge 60-61, 226-227

N NewPort 28-29, 160 Niagara Falls 253 NorthWood 208-209 Nosenzo Residence 66, 74

O Oak Hill 218 OceanSide 112 Offices 124-125, 248 Olympic 260-261 One-of-a-kind homes 78-99, 102 Opipari Residence 36, 38-39, 118, 121, 152-153 Optional Features Definition 146 Osterman Residence 40-41, 190-191 Outdoor Living 140-141

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Panorama Series 248 Paradise Found 90-91 Passive solar 105, 109, 111 Pavilion Series 52-53, 212-215 Peppers Residence 148, 154, Business Reply Card Personalizing Your Plan 148-151 Pine Grove 214 Plan It Your Way 102 Plan Now to Expand Later 106-107 Planning Your Dream 267 Plans 142-263 Plans, How to Read 146-147 Plans Index 144-145 Polar-Cap Roof 70, 108 Pole Series 246 Porter Residence 119, 189 Post & Beam construction 11 Post & Beam Room 138-139 Prairie Dream 48-49, 198-199 Prairie Light 200-201 Prairie Moon 78-79, 98-99 Prairie Ranch 202-203 Prairie Series 48-49, 198-203 Prow Series 70-73, 250-255 Prow Star Series 36-39, 174-183

Sandpiper Heights 246 Schleiff Residence 148 Schuch Residence 253 Screened porch 96, 140, 181, 182 SeaPort 161 ShoreVista 176-177 Simcoe Ridge 62-63, 234-235 Site Plan 105 Siting Your Home 104 SkyVista 175 Small Treasures Style homes 64-77, 238-263 Smeallie Residence 96-97 Smith Residence 52, 214 Snowbird 244 Solar 88, 105, 108 Solid Cedar constuction 1, 36, 38-39, 116, 153, 178-179 South Residence 248 SouthPort 34, 166-167 Stairs 26, 67, 146 Standard Roof 108 Stone Ridge 247 Stoney Lake 92-93 Storage 116 Stranburg Residence 75, 145, 259 Suhs Residence 205 SummerWood 50-51, 204 Summit Series 74-77, 256-261 Summit Star Series 28-35, 1 60-173 Sun Ridge 229 Sunburst 150 SunRooms 118, 136-139, 191, 192, 194

Q Quality Control 12-13

R Ranch Series 58-59, 222-225 RavensPort 170-171 Recycling 110-111 Reforestation 8, 111 Ridge Series 60-63, 226-237, 247 RiverWood 207 RockPort 172-173 Roofs 108-109 Polar Cap 108 Solar-Paneled 108 Standard 108 Tropical 108 Round log construction 31, 67, 260-261

T Taylor Residence 64-65 Teton I 74-75, 256 Teton II 257 Thomas Residence 122 Thomas/Drake Residence 30 Tiernan Residence 255 Timberline 241

Traditional Style homes 54-63, 216-237 Trail Ridge 236-237 Tree planting 8, 111 Tropical Roof 108 Troy Residence 134, 140-141 Turner Residence 117, 202

V Value 12 Verduin Residence 192-193 View Ridge 230-231 View Series 262-263 ViewVista 36-37, 174 Vigesaa Residence 125

W Wade Residence 48-49, 198-199 Wadensten Residence 3, 76-77, 110-111, 121, 129 Wall cutaway 11 Warranty 18, 268 Warren Residence 45 Weinert/Jordan Residence 35 Western red cedar 8 WestSide 42-43, 186-187 Whitney 259 Whyte Residence 66 Wiking Residence 19 WildWood 210-211 Windows 109, 122, 128-129, 130-133 Windows, Guarantee 133 Wintergreen Retreat 96-97

Y York Residence 60-61, 226-227 Your Dream Team 268 Your Local Lindal Dealer 14-15, 102, 264-269 Young Residence 14, 135, 184185, 206

Z Zoning 105 271

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Index of Photography This photography index provides a cross reference tool. Keep in mind the photographs are used as visual examples and may vary from featured floorplans. For a more detailed listing of photographs, plans and specifications, please see your local Lindal dealer.

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3073 3202 3281 3619 4128 4190 4374 4615 8495 16956 18542 20810 21014 21503 22084 22455 23463 23668 24061 24088 24733 27032 27448 27473 28346 28604 28814

116, 178-179 147 200-201 254 188 144, 148, 195 257 247, 255 139 182 20, 64-65 188 203 58 248 150 Inside Front Cover 56, 219 20, 40-41, 190-191 71, 145, 250-251 149 52, 214 119-120, 189 163 175 Inside Back Cover 6, 20, 22-23, 26, 142, Back Cover 112 263 183 58 104-105 31, Back Cover 264-265 52-53, 212-213 181 194 59 205, 223 28, 130 70 236-237 27 19 148 48-49, 198-199, 224

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35 27 24, 25 42-43, 186-187 136, 138 80 14, 135, 184-185, 206 36, 38-39, 121, 152-153, 188 232-233 253, 255 78-79, 98-99 20, 54-55, 57, 220-221, 241, 249 122, 222 45 68, 162, 244 125, 148, 156, 157, 215 176-177 109 134, 140-141, 155 122, 158-159 13, 82-83, 124 44, 45, 194 225, 262 180, 247 46-47, 196-197 24 148, 154, Business Reply Card 66 81, 117 114, 272 125 225 224 132-133, 223 50, 208-209 67, 252 80, 121, 228 117, 202 28, 29, 106, 160, 161, 262 31, 256 207 30 269

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The end of this book is really just the beginning. Now that you’ve explored Living Dreams, you can view more of the Lindal homes, or more photos of your favorites from this book. It’s easy to do. Visit us at Lindal.com, and let us show you additional home photos that we simply didn’t have room to share in these pages. You can ‘tour’ the online photos for a specific home quickly and easily; just enter the home identification number, which is located at the end of most photo captions in this book. Of course, your local Lindal dealer is ready to help you at any time. Based on your wants and needs, these Lindal home planning experts can show you even more floorplans and home photos. In closing, we want to send a special thanks to all of the Lindal homeowners who so graciously shared their dreams come true in this book. And we thank you for bringing us into your home, and for thinking of Lindal when you think of building your living dream. We’d be honored to help make it come true.

Sir Walter Lindal, Founder


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Living Dreams Plan Book  

View photos and floor plans of classic and traditional homes in our full-color. The homes in this classic plan book never go out of style. E...

Living Dreams Plan Book  

View photos and floor plans of classic and traditional homes in our full-color. The homes in this classic plan book never go out of style. E...