This Quick-Ship Home Is a Nod to the Modern Farmhouse

Lindal Cedar Homes lets you keep your design options open with hundreds of ready-to-go plans ranging from traditional-looking houses with high-pitched roofs to modern dwellings with butterfly roofs.
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When planning how you want your new home to look and feel, it’s easy to become overwhelmed by choices.

Lindal Cedar Homes, a company that designs and delivers post-and-beam homes to clients worldwide, helps ease the decision-making process by guiding you through each stage of the custom home experience: analyzing your site for ideal placement of your home; tailoring a design to suit your budget and lifestyle; and providing support through the entire build.

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Lindal’s designers can help you modify an existing plan or draft a completely new floorplan that exactly meets your needs.

The Ash 1626, for example, combines a contemporary design with a more traditional profile. It gets its name from its small footprint at 1,626 square feet, but it’s more spacious than it looks, thanks to its open floor plan and large window systems. The two-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bathroom home is designed with a single center beam and consists of two farmhouse structures that are connected by a flat-roofed entryway to separate the public and private areas. One homeowner in Wisconsin worked with a Lindal representative to include a sunroom and office on the right side of her single-story home, convert a pantry off the kitchen into a powder room, and add a dog wash basin in the laundry room for her four-legged housemates.

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The custom floor plan flowed so well that it’s now part of Lindal’s Quick Ship program, a collection of its best-selling contemporary and classic house plans already drawn to the final permit stage. Each home in the program is based on the Lindal Building System, sold at a discount, and can ship faster than the company’s more customized home packages.

Because truly modern homes are meant to respond to their owners’ needs, lifestyles, and timelines—not the other way around.

Learn more at lindal.com.

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