Home Design

Two-Story on Chestnut Hills Golf Course

Built in Chestnut Hills, a Ft. Wayne subdivision, the Lynn Delagrange designed home features 4 bedrooms with the master suite located on the ground floor. The two story ceiling with expansive window wall in the great room offers spectacular views of the golf course. A unique feature included in this home is a secondary stairway in addition to the formal staircase in the foyer.  The secondary stairway provides another option for access to the basement and 2nd floor from the main level. The side-loading  3-car garage contributes to the curb appeal of this lovely home.

New Haven Villa

Designed by Lynn, this villa was constructed in the Ashford Lakes Villaminiums. The home has three bedrooms with one situated in a manner that it can easily double for a den. The sun room in the rear of the home overlooks a beautiful pond setting. The single and double trey ceilings in the kitchen, great room and master bedroom add elegance and spaciousness to those ares. The home is built on a slab but could easily be constructed on a basement. This split-bedroom  floor plan is not only ideal as a villa but would work beautifully in a conventional residential setting as well.

New Haven Two Story

This two-story home was built in Barber's Point Addition located south of New Haven. Designed by Lynn, the home has 3 bedrooms on the 2nd floor, one bedroom in the finished basement and the master suite is located on the main level. The elevated screened porch is accessed off of the master bedroom and offers a great private get-away. The den is situated to allow for versatility and could very easily be converted to a formal dining room or some other type of room. A secondary stairway from the garage to the basement is a  feature that Lynn commonly incorporates into a home and is included in this plan. The customer that this home was built for had previously contracted with us for the construction of another home and a lake cottage remodeling project as well.

Guest Cottage Transformation on Clear Lake

Needing a space for guests, the owners of this property were interested in using an existing unattached garage as the core of which a guest house could be built around. While preserving the function of the unattached garage, Lynn designed the three bedroom guest house to seamlessly attach to it. To meet lake ordinances, the guest home was attached to the main cottage with a covered exterior walkway. Although this addition was stick built, the extensive use of ship-lap wall coverings and beam work successfully achieved the owners wish that the interior match the feel of the timber framed main cottage.