Plan 4527 - Santa Barbara Floor Plan

Starting from $291,450

Plan 4527 - Santa Barbara Highlights

  • Great Room design with center-island kitchen
  • Covered porch entry, optional multi-sliding patio doors
  • Choose three to five bedrooms, two-and-half to three baths
  • Downstairs study can be converted into optional bedroom and full bath
  • Spacious loft can be optioned into an additional bedroom

The Santa Barbara plan, the 2,593 square-foot two-story design has multiple options. The covered front porch entrance opens to the Great Room with a private study and half bath that could be converted into an optional bedroom and its own full bath. The expansive Great Room and dining room seamlessly connect to the kitchen creating a wonderful space cooking and entertaining. An optional multi-sliding door can be added to the patio.

The upper level, where the remaining secondary bedrooms, the spacious owner’s suite lie also includes an open loft that is a perfect secondary living space or if you prefer it can be converted into an optional bedroom. Several options are available for creating the spa-inspired owner’s bath.

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Estimated energy efficiency of this home is 46% better than the HERS Reference Home.

What is a HERS Index?

The HERS Index is a scoring system established by the Residential Energy Services Network (RESNET) in which a home built to the specifications of the HERS Reference Home (based on the 2006 International Energy Conservation Code) scores a HERS Index of approximately 100, while a net zero energy home scores a HERS Index of 0. The lower the HERS Index, the more efficient the home, which means you will save on your monthly energy bills.