4 - 9 Bedrooms 3.5 - 7.5 Bathrooms 2,900+ Square Feet
A luxurious expansion of the Chesapeake, the Chestertown starts with one of our most popular and flexible plans and a wide variety of front elevations to choose from. A large family room addition on the back of the house creates an ideal gathering place and increases living space by almost 30%, providing for a spacious den and a fabulous master suite upstairs. This traditional center hall plan features two formal front rooms off the entry, leading to an open living area with a large double kitchen island and a fireplace. Four bedroom plans are available, along with a very popular option to finish the loft.
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The Chestertown 10
The Chestertown 25 - Veranda
The Four Square style, popular in the 1910’s and 20’s suburbs, is a variation on the Arts & Crafts style, and also draws influence from the Prairie style architecture made famous by Frank Lloyd Wright. The Chestertown 10 has the low-pitched hip roofs, dormers and large overhangs supported by large paired decorative brackets that is one of the identifiers of this style. The front porch, with its masonry piers topped by squat, stylized columns were common in Four Square homes. The Chestertown’s symmetrical facade, oversized 1-over-1 windows, and horizontal lines are all typical of this distinctly American style.
The Chestertown 25 was designed with Sterling Ranch in mind. The double-porch lets you make the most of outdoor living space in your new home nestled right alongside the mountains. A large family room addition on the back of the house creates an ideal gathering place and increases living space by almost 30%, providing for a spacious family room and a fabulous master suite upstairs. This traditional center hall plan features two formal front rooms off the entry, leading to an open living area with a large double kitchen island and a fireplace. Four bedroom plans are available, along with a very popular option to finish the loft.
The Chestertown 26 - St. Michaels
The Chestertown St. Michaels exhibits classic Victorian characteristics, from its asymmetrical facade with steeply pitched gable roof, to its tall windows and narrow siding. The typical Victorian picturesque composition was derived from the Queen Anne Revival in England. The decorative woodwork on the porch and gable show the influence of the Carpenter Gothic style, of the 1840s made possible by the recent invention of the jigsaw which allowed elaborate woodwork to be mass produced for the general population.
The Chestertown 27 - Italianate
Reminiscent of homes found in old Colorado mining towns, this Italianate plan has strong curb appeal, with a distinctive turret and charming bay window. The open floorplan is enhanced by lots of natural light, especially in the oversized front dining room.
The Chestertown 28 - Brewster
Attention is drawn to the entry by the projecting bay with bracketed gable, a gesture of Victorian homes, which are known for breaking the flat facade mold. All the various stylistic elements were simplified as they migrated from city to country and from architect to builder, resulting in the Farmhouse of the early 20th century.