Ranch Style Homes
With its origins in the Western United States, the ranch home is synonymous with freedom. Free from the formality and stiffness of earlier architectural styles, the ranch style, single story home often has low-pitched gable or hip roofs. They are often U-shaped or L-shaped, having an attached garage.
The Ranch home floor plan is often a somewhat wide-open affair with a common living, dining and kitchen area. There are fewer interior walls and fewer adornments. Like any architectural style, the Ranch style home can be built with varying levels of customization.
From a pricing perspective, the ranch home is often burdened with the highest per square foot cost. Consider that the entire home is on one floor with a full sized basement underneath. A typical 2,000 square foot home will have a full 2,000 square feet of concrete basement and 2,000 square feet of roof. Both the concrete basement and the roof are significant cost drivers.
Custom designed modular homes offer a cost effective blending of factory efficiencies with field constructed custom detailing. Offering a high degree of quality craftsmanship, PepperTree Homes can create a beautiful and high-quality Ranch home — tailored to your specifications — to fit your budget and property.