Both the Charleston and Georgetown house plans have roots that can be traced back to classic & proven design, but their differences provide a little sibling rivalry that sets each apart from the other.
They share side by side pages in our design book (get your free copy here) and rightfully so because it offers a quick comparison so you can see the similarities that make both houses such popular choices, and yet you are allowed to see the differences that make each unique. Both feature a stunning center entry, with the Charleston’s set back from the front of the home while the Georgetown’s extends forward from the front wall, each creating character and varied lines on the exterior elevation.
The center hall & stairs provides each with the classic separation of living areas on the first floor with ultimately flexibility for you to choose how the spaces should be used. Both feature generously sized attached garages that can be shifted forward or back from the main structure to create varying looks and both are easily expandable if even more room is desired.
For entertaining and meal prep, one plan features a kitchen island while the other features a u-shaped countertop area and each offers an open floor plan in the back of the home to encourage family time. However both have enough private areas as well for quiet times and in-home work or hobby spaces. While you can’t go wrong with either plan, take a moment and flip to pages 16 & 17 in our free plan book to compare the two “side by side” and decide which is best for you!