Country Living 2010 House of the YearWe do not inherit the earth from our ancestors. We borrow it from our children. —Ancient Native American Proverb
New World Home® Presents the New Old Green Modular ® (NOGM®) home Value proposition* ENERGY EFFICIENCY duRabIlItY Can reduce energy consumption utilizes durable, low by more than 50% maintenance products old woRld dEsIGN watER CoNsERvatIoN Features old world design saves thousands of gallons combined with new world of water per year building science REsouRCE CoNsERvatIoN INdooR aIR qualItY built with the efficiencies Provides a healthier indoor and quality control of a air quality factory-setting maNuFaCtuRING EFFICIENCY NoGm® CERtIFIEd typically built and finished in Can save thousands of dollars less than 120 days from the start a year in operating and of production maintenance costs*As compared to an average code-built house
New Oldthe New old concept describes the convergence of historic design with contemporary a New world Home is one that evokes the spirit of the past while respectfullyconstruction techniques to produce a home that fits in naturally with the surrounding integrating all of the modern conveniences and amenities afforded by the 21st century.landscape and community. New world Home brings the best of the past into the present. Dual Chimneys old: Fireplaces and chimneys were used as a source of heat and for cooking. NoGm: Chimneys serve as a location for exhaust, plumbing and radon vents. metal roofing old: metal was widely available and fire resistant compared to previously used wood shingles. NoGm: metal roofs provide similar benefits and have a high reflective index, reducing solar heat gain. winDows old: a large number of small sized window panes were used since large sheets of glass were hard to find and expensive. NoGm: window openings are made large to provide a source of light and efficient ventilation. ClapboarD siDing old: Readily available clapboard wood siding was installed using overlapping split boards to direct rain and snow runoff. NoGm: more sustainable materials are used while maintaining a historic aesthetic. Dormers old: adding second floor dormers were necessary to provide increased ceiling height, lighting and ventilation. NoGm: dormers are similarly added to maximize floor plan efficiency. shutters old: shutters were used to protect windows from inclement weather and cool the house from intense sunlight. NoGm: shutters retain a similar function, especially in high-storm and sunny regions.
Green CERtIFIEd to tHE HIGHEst GREEN buIldING staNdaRdswhat ultimately dictates how green a home can be is measured by technical structural a NoGm home is able to achieve the highest levels of certification by utilizing aperformance and how much energy and natural resources are required to provide proprietary “whole-systems approach” to home construction. well thought out design,a safe and comfortable environment. a NoGm home can reduce overall energy a strong project team, world class brand partners and various construction techniquesconsumption by more then 50%, save thousands of gallons of water per year and are all integral to building a NoGm home.provide superior indoor air quality when compared to a typical code-built house. New world Home is closely affiliated with the leading national industry certificationa NoGm home is considered ‘green’ along several dimensions. New world Home is an programs working to measure home energy and environmental performance. severalactive participant in both the u.s. Green building Council (usGbC) lEEd® for Homes green milestones have been achieved to date including usGbC lEEd® for HomesRating system and the National association of Home builders (NaHb) National Green Platinum, NaHb Gold and EarthCraft Gold.building standard.New world Home is an award winning producer of sustainable housing earning u.s. GREEN buIldINGthe 2009 NaHb EvHa Factory built House of the Year, 2009 Hba obIE, 2009 EaRtHCRaFt HousE CouNCIlEarthCraft House Project of the Year and 2010 NAHB Green Project of the Year,all without the need for renewable energy sources (e.g., solar panels, wind turbines the usGbC is a non-profit organization EarthCraft House is a green buildingand geothermal systems). dedicated to sustainable building design program that serves as a blueprint for and construction. the council is made up healthier, more comfortable homes, of leaders working to make green buildings which reduce utility bills and protect available to everyone within a generation. the environment. NEw old GREEN modulaR® (NoGm®) HomE lEEd® FoR HomEs ENERGY staR® PaRtNER usGbC’s leadership in Energy and ENERGY staR ® is a joint program of the Environmental design program is the u.s. Environmental Protection agency and nationally accepted benchmark for the the u.s. department of Energy committed design, construction and operation of to protecting the environment through high performance green buildings. energy efficient products and practices. INdooR aIR maNuFaCtuRING REsouRCE watER qualItY EFFICIENCY CoNsERvatIoN CoNsERvatIoN NatIoNal assoCIatIoN EPa INdooR aIR Plus oF HomE buIldERs PRoGRam NaHb is a trade organization that the u.s. Environmental Protection agency promotes the policies that make housing created the EPa Indoor airPlus Program a national priority, while also working to to help builders meet the growing move the practice of green building into consumer preference for homes with the mainstream. improved indoor air quality. old woRld duRabIlItY ENERGY NoGm CERtIFIEd dEsIGN EFFICIENCY
9:28 am 10:18 am 11:15 am 12:30 PmModular The Advantages of Modular Homesmodular homes are comprised of several different boxes, or modules, that are inherently ‘green’ - on average only more Durable - built to be transportedindividually manufactured and transported on-site where they are assembled into 2% material waste generation and lifted in position by a cranea cohesive structure. Jigs and templates produce precise structures resulting in reDuCeD site risks - Protection from more Control - Factory productiontight joints, straight lines, strong connections and materials cut with a high degree weather, theft, vandalism, mildew and mold means enhanced supervision and a highly dependable timelineof accuracy. the components of a modular home are built in an environmentally- fast Completion - typically builtcontrolled factory setting where quality control is monitored at every station in the and finished in less than 120 days from inCreaseD Quality - third party the start of production decreasing inspectors, engineers and architects areproduction line. construction financing costs engaged throughout the process 1:45 Pm 2:30 Pm 4:00 Pm 6:00 Pm
In the News TestimonialsNEw woRld HomE PREss CovERaGE “ [New world Home] applies great “Country living is one of the most ingenuity, not only in terms of how successful licensed brands in the Hearst to build a house that’s ecologically portfolio and we are thrilled about this favorable, but also aesthetically partnership with New world Home.” enviable.” - Glen Ellen brown - lawrence Green Vice President, Hearst Brand NOGM Homeowner Development “ New world answers our search for a “ we wouldn’t have done it if it came company philosophy and vision that out looking like one of those boxes is consistent with our own school’s from outer space.” mission. as we redesign our school for - Ethan litwin the future, the New old Green modular NOGM Homeowner faculty housing project with New world Home is a powerful strategic wcbstv.com alliance that says we are walking our “Country living readers are passionate talk and living our mission.” about the environment, and we’re - John E. byers “Jeb”, thrilled that these homes will enable Headmaster, Christchurch School them to experience green living and the Country living brand no matter where they live.” “ I think the product New world Home - sarah Gray miller is creating should revolutionize Editor-in-Chief, Country Living affordable housing and will be an environmental blessing for families and the planet! long term there should be more disposable income for families who could use it. we’re looking forward to the opportunity of working with you.” - Young t. Hughley, Jr., CEO, Resources for Residents to view a complete list of recent news visit www.newworldhome.com/news and Communities (RRC)
Frequently Asked Questions wHat Is oN-dEmaNd HousINGtm? because NoGm® homes are factory-built in a state-of-the-art, highly efficient manufacturing facility, a new home can be produced, transported, erected andwHat doEs NEw woRld HomE do? finished in less than 120 days from start of production.New world Home is a rapidly growing and award winning producer of sustainablehousing dedicated to fulfilling the convergence of historically inspired design, next How muCH doEs a NoGm® HomE Cost?generation green products with ultra-efficient manufacturing methodologies. the NoGm® homes are extremely cost competitive compared to site-built homes. It isend result represents the advent of the New old Green modular® (NoGm®) home. a fundamental objective for New world Home to develop housing solutions withNew world Home works closely with homeowners, developers, builders and an minimal up-front premium for green products and features. Customers are then ableincreasing array of organizations, including academic institutions, government to fully realize the many advantages of owning a NoGm-Certified™ home startingagencies and non-profit groups to create regionally appropriate, sustainable housing from day 1.solutions specifically engineered to optimize home energy performance. the majority of NoGm® homes are completed between $165/sq ft - $250/sq ft depending on options and include the foundation, delivered house and finishingtHE old woRld Is REadY FoR a NEw woRld HousING solutIoNtm . costs. this price range does not include site preparation and land costs, which can vary depending on the location of the building lot and access to local municipalities.Historically inspired, historically green™, a New world Home: • Respects our country’s rich architectural heritage • Integrates all of the modern amenities of the 21st century • Exceeds the most stringent green standards in the building industry • Can be certified to the highest green building standardsaRE NoGm® HomEs FoR all ClImatEs IN tHE u.s.?all NoGms are specifically designed on a regional basis and incorporate climate-specific energy features that greatly exceed local energy code requirements. Inaddition, a NoGm® design fits in naturally with its surrounding community and payshomage to the local architectural vernacular. simply put, a new old home shouldappear as though it has always been there.
What is the process involved with purchasing a NOGM home?new world home 7-step ownership process:1 acquire land 5 Production & site Prep2 Home design & options 6 Home delivery3 Home Pricing 7 Home Finishing4 Engineering & Permits uNdER 1,300 sq Ft 1,300-2,100 sq Ft 2,100 + sq Ft CouNtRY lIvING CollECtIoN CRYstal sPRINGs CollECtIoN
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new world home’s preferred country living nogm partners are carefully our partners share a strong commitment to environmental researched and seamlessly integrated into a whole-systems approach to building. responsibility and are essential to actualizing the core nogm principles. 2010 house of the year partners 2010 house of the year partners energy star® low-maintenance made using reclaimed panalized foundation excellent thermal pre-engineered, high certified reduces windows resist fading, wood fibers and reduces concrete by envelope minimizes strength concrete that heating bills 10%-25%* won’t peal, rot or corrode synthetic materials up to 70% energy leakage is less permeable all plywood box uses non-added maintenance-free, beautifully detailed, fully superior moisture limited lifetime construction provides urea formaldehyde moisture, rot and functional and operable resistance structural warranty incredible durability plywood termite resistant custom shutters made from quartz, the requires no sealing or longer lifecycle than lowers cooling most abundant mineral coatings, less water, granite, nonporous and made from 100% low maintenance, fire cost with heat on earth soap and detergent more hygienic recyclable material and wind resistant reflecting qualities removes excess leader in innovative ultra-silent operation utilizes less material light weight material provides a built-in moisture, odor and residential ventilation reduces noise pollution in production and offering additional sweep system for indoor air pollutants installation energy savings moisture control ceramic tile with subtle ceramic surface resists variations for hand- emits zero-vocs engineered to resists cracking, bacteria growth 15-year colorplus® made finish withstand all rotting, hail, termites finish warranty climate conditions and is fire resistant can last up to reduces carbon reduces energy 50,000 hours emissions and the consumption by 80%* (50x competition) amount of landfill waste formaldehyde-free reduces energy made from a minimum fiberglass insulation costs up to 30%* of 25% recycled glass low and zero-voc no more than 2 coats remarkable durability, paints and tints are needed and washable mildew and stain rapidly renewable maintains premium virtually odorless in all sheens resistant low emission adhesives pre-consumer recycled quality characteristics and sealants content of solid wood doors low flow faucets and dual flush toilets can ‘09 & ‘08 watersense shower heads conserve save up to 16,500 manufacturer partner up to 35% of water gallons of water of the year permeable surface attractive, eco-friendly natural colors reduce reduces storm landscaping heat island effect eco-timer™ and sensors dimmers save 4-9% light control systems water runoff ensure fans and lights are in electricity over a helps reduce electricity only on when needed standard switch usage and extend bulb life produced in the u.s. with thermally modified outstanding durability responsible, renewable wood that uses no greenworks platform: manufactured from carpet fibers made and stability over time forest practices chemical treatment reduce, recover, reuse, flooring salvaged from using 100% recycled renew, recycle buildings no longer in use plastic bottles wide range of styles better fit and seals help lifetime mechanical from traditional to hands-free faucet long lasting and eliminate drafts and finish warranties significantly reduces contemporary control with no electrical maintenance free with water waste connection required a 5 year warranty variable speed motor energy star® hvac maintains optimal uses 2/3 less energy reduces heating and humidity and minimizes bamboo countertops reduces dependence harder than oak than standard motors cooling bills airborne contaminants that are food safe and on dwindling timber and maple bacteria resistant resources saves water and reduces refrigerators are 15- whirpool has 300+ dishwashers provide manufactured with highly durable and carbon emissions from 30% more efficient than energy star® rated significant energy and renewable resources 100% recyclable lawn equipment current doe standards appliances water savings*as compared to an average code-built house
Country Living 2010 House of tHe year ® HISTORICALLY INSPIRED … HISTORICALLY GREEN ®
New World Home has partnered with Country Living to create a line of historically inspired green modular homes, with the 2010 House of the Year the first in this collection. The home showcased stylish and eco-friendly ideas for every room while on display at one of the most iconic urban landscapes in New York City. It was open to the public for educational tours for two weeks, during which thousands of people visited the home. The 2010 House of the Year will World Financial Center | Battery Park City | New York City be featured in the November 2010 issue of Country Living Magazine. For more information visit countryliving.com/homegreenhomePreseNTed BY SPONSORED BY ®HISTORICALLY INSPIRED … HISTORICALLY GREEN ®
Construction of the2010 House of the YearDay 1 Day 20House of the Year hits the line in the Modules transported over the GWmanufacturing facility Bridge to World Financial CenterDays 2 - 10 Day 21Floors and walls are constructed and Modules set on foundationconnected Days 22 - 30Days 11 - 19 drywall, flooring, trim, plumbing, decking,Tile, trim, cabinet and interior finishes roofing, siding installed. Final interior andinstalled exterior touch-ups. Opens to the public. Home arrives in new york City Home assembled in one day www.newworldhome.com/crystalsprings CrystaL springs After the temporary installment at the World Financial Center, the House of the Year was dismantled and transported to its permanent location at Crystal springs resort in Hardyston, New Jersey, where it is now a Country Living Green Modular Homes design center.
HuDsonCountry Charm.Designed for a Greener World.New World Home and Country Living are proud to introduce a uniquecollection of historically inspired Green Modular Homes. Featuring interior styLe: Cottage inspiration: Hudson river Valleyand exterior details that have been hand-selected by the editors of Country The origins of Hudson river Valley architecture are deeply rooted inLiving Magazine, each home reflects the comfortable, warm and inviting style european traditions and design. The cottage style, wrap-aroundfound in the pages of the magazine. This portfolio integrates the greenest porch, scale, accents, thoughtful details and functional use of spaceproducts and practices available today. incorporated into this home were inspired by the heritage and regional vernacular of the Hudson river Valley.New World Home is extremely honored to be chosen as Country Living’s 2010House of the Year. The 1,600 square foot “Hudson” cottage will be featured in MUD ROOM POWDERthe November 2010 issue of the magazine. 10’3”x8’9” RM PANTRY KITCHEN 11’1”x14’8” MASTER BATH DINING ROOM MASTER BEDROOM 14’11x14’9” 14’8”x10’5” CLOSET COUNTrY LIVING desIGN OPTIONs HALL BEDROOM 2 10’9”x12’1” LIVING ROOM 14’11”x13’8” BATH #1 FOYER ENTRY PORCH OPeN FLOOr PLANs BUILT-INs CeILING TreATMeNTs WALL TreATMeNTs first fLoor seConD fLoor BedrOOMs 2 FIrsT FLOOr 923 sq ft BATHrOOMs 2 1/2 seCONd FLOOr 684 sq ft FLOOrs 2 TOTAL 1607 sq ft WIdTH 27’ 1/2” POrCHes 235 sq ft reCLAIMed MATerIALs UNIqUe FIxTUres WrAP ArOUNd POrCHes FreNCH dOOrs dePTH 48’ 1” siDing options*
HartforD portLanDstyLe: Colonial inspiration: Hartford, Connecticut styLe: Cottage inspiration: Portland, MaineHartford was settled in 1623 as a dutch trading post called House of Hope Originally called Machingonne (Great Neck) by the Native Americans whoand is located at the end of the sailable portion of the Connecticut river. first inhabited it, the Portland peninsula was established in 1632 as a tradingIn 1639, the colony was the first in U.s. history to establish a government and fishing settlement. Throughout the course of U.s. history, Portland hasby the consent of the people. This classic colonial style home evokes the remained a vibrant trading port and center of commerce for the region.spirit of the past with a center hall design, entry portico and sidelights, This cottage style design integrates a natural extension reminiscent ofside mudroom, symmetrical windows and duel chimney layout. how homes evolved throughout the generations and includes a mudroom, cupola, rafter tails, exterior brackets and screened-in covered porch. GUEST BEDROOM LINEN WET BAR FAMILY ROOM 8’6”x14’11” 15’7”x14’11” MASTER BEDROOM 14’11”x15’1” HALL VESTIBULE KITCHEN MASTER 15’4”x14’9” MUD ROOM BATH LAUNDRY MASTER BEDROOM #2 BEDROOM MUD ROOM SCREEN 15’8”x11’9” 14’9”x15’8” LAUNDRY PORCH 10’0”x9’2” POWDER ROOM CLOSET GREAT ROOM MASTER DINING BATH 13’8”x30’5” 11’1”x14’2” CLOSET CLOSET MASTER CLOSET BEDROOM KITCHEN 14’2”x10’5” 14’11”x14’2” BEDROOM #1 DINING 18’4”x15’8” 14’5”x15’8” OFFICE 6’4”x10’9” BATH MASTER FOYER BATH LIVING STORAGE ROOM 17’4”x19’2” BEDROOM #1 HALL 9’5”x10’9” FOYER BATH CLOSET first fLoor seConD fLoor first fLoor seConD fLoor *Colors not available in all marketsBedrOOMs 3 FIrsT FLOOr 1391 sq ft BedrOOMs 3 FIrsT FLOOr 1338 sq ftBATHrOOMs 2 1/2 seCONd FLOOr 1229 sq ft BATHrOOMs 3 seCONd FLOOr 1094 sq ftFLOOrs 2 TOTAL 2620 sq ft FLOOrs 2 TOTAL 2432 sq ftWIdTH 44’ 6” POrCHes 1539 sq ft WIdTH 27’ POrCHes 1054 sq ftdePTH 28’ dePTH 57’ 2” siDing options* siDing options*
reDDing sMitHfieLDstyLe: Farmhouse inspiration: redding, Connecticut styLe: Cape inspiration: smithfield, rhode Islandredding, originally named Lonetown Manor, was strategically located The Town of smithfield was named after John smith, one of the original sixduring the revolutionary War and is a peaceful rural community founders that formed the first settlement in rhode Island during the 1600’scommitted to preserving its historical and natural resources. This as a farming community. The local architectural style evolved over time toGreek revival style farmhouse incorporates several classical elements suit the stormy weather of the New england coasts. The local cape styleincluding pediments, profiles, fanlight, pentice as well as a center hall homes typically incorporated symmetrical design with a steep-pitchedchimney, covered porch and summer kitchen layout. roof, porches, dormers, multi-paned windows, wide clapboard siding and wooden shutters that offered protection against the elements. MUD KITCHEN OFFICE / BATH ROOM MASTER 12’3”x13’10” GUEST ROOM 8’9”x8’6” 6’2”x9’2” BATH MASTER PLAYROOM 11’1”x10’10” BATH BEDROOM 10’10”x11’1” 18’0”x10’8” BEDROOM #1 PANTRY 12’5”x13’4” HALL DINING LIVING ROOM ROOM HALL 10’10”x19’2” 17’4”19’2” BATH LINEN CLOSET KITCHEN 14’5”x14’8” BEDROOM #2 VESTIBULE HALLWAY HALLWAY 7’4”x8’11” LIVING ROOM BEDROOM #2 11’2”x14’8” 13’7”x 14’8” BUNK ROOM BEDROOM 11’3”x14’2” BEDROOM #3 CLOSET BATH 13’11”x11’3” 13’7”x14’8” BATH first fLoor seConD fLoor first fLoor seConD fLoor - opt 1 seConD fLoor - opt 2 *Colors not available in all marketsBedrOOMs 3 FIrsT FLOOr 1305 sq ft BedrOOMs 3 (2) FIrsT FLOOr 728 sq ftBATHrOOMs 2 1/2 seCONd FLOOr 880 sq ft BATHrOOMs 2 seCONd FLOOr 417 sq ftFLOOrs 2 TOTAL 2185 sq ft FLOOrs 2 TOTAL 1145 sq ftWIdTH 48’ POrCHes 475 sq ft WIdTH 26’ 8” POrCHes 200 sq ftdePTH 40’ 10” dePTH 37’ siDing options* siDing options*
Standard nOGM® FEaturES: ExtEriOr COnStruCtiOn hiGhliGhtS • Historically inspired architectural • R-19 formaldehyde-free wall designs insulation • Fiber cement siding • Spray foam insulated band joists • Low-E, argon-filled ENERGY STAR® & sill plates for decreased air rated windows infiltration • ENERGY STAR rated insulated • Advanced framing techniquesThe Greenest Homes in the Country™ entry doors • Pressure treated decking w/ increased R-Value & reduced thermal bridgingNow Available at Crystal Springs • Architectural shingle roof, 30-year warranty • Superior Wall panelized, pre-insulated foundation walls • Insulated foundation slab intEriOr FiniShESCrystal Springs Builders is proud to introduce a new collection of homes that • Wide-plank, strand woven bamboo MEChaniCal EquipMEntincorporate the greenest products and practices from around the country. flooring (.5”) • Tankless hot water heaterThe Crystal Springs Emerald Collection, brought to you by New World Home, • 9’ first floor ceilings (sealed combustion)showcases the rich architectural heritage of Northwestern NJ, with design • Open & efficient floorplans • High efficiency HVAC equipmentinspiration drawn from the many historic farming communities and mountain • 3”X6” designer bathroom wall tile (14 SEER minimum, 95% AFUElodges found in this region. • 6”X6” matching bathroom floor tile w/ MERV 13 filtration) • Mohawk® EverStrand® recycled carpet • Programmable thermostatThere has never been a better time to build a green home at Crystal Springs • Zero-VOC Benjamin Moore® paint w/ moisture controlResort, surrounded by thousands of acres of preserved woodlands and lakes. • Colonial trim packages • ENVI whole house energy monitorHomeowners will have the opportunity to live in a growing community that’sdedicated to the conservation of the natural environment. KitChEn availablE OptiOnS • Stainless steel, ENERGY STAR • Engineered quartz countertop rated appliances • Upgraded appliances • Non-added urea formaldehyde • Built-in shelving designer laminate countertops • Cabinetry upgrades • Tastefully crafted rubberwood • Sealed combustion, direct vent cabinets w/ multiple stain options fireplaces w/ electronic ignition • Permeable pavers WatEr SavinG tEChnOlOGiES • Rainwater harvesting system • Low-flow Kohler® showerheads • Metal roofing & faucets • Thermally modified wood decking • Foot controlled kitchen faucet • Andersen windows • Dual flush toilets • Additional features available • Central manifold, home-run plumbing
CalvErt pErKinS EMER ALD COLLECTION EMER ALD COLLECTION OPTIONAL SCREEN PORCH WITH KITCHEN DOOR ACCESS REAR DECK DECK ATTIC BEDROOM 14’5” X 14’8” LIVING ROOM ATTIC 14’8”x16’5” PANTRY KITCHEN DINING 14’9”x10’10” MASTER ROOM BEDROOM 9’0”x14’8” LIVING 14’8”x16’0” BEDROOM FRIDGE MASTER ROOM 11’7” X 17’8” BEDROOM MASTER 13’10” X 14’1” BATH 14’2” X 13’11” BEDROOM KITCHEN 18’5” X 12’6” 10’6” X 14’1” BATH DEN CLOSET 9’0”x10’3” 1 CAR LINEN GARAGE FOYER LAUNDRY CLOSET STUDY ATTIC 14’0” X 24’0” DINING ROOM BENCH 13’10” X 12’5” ENTRY PORCH BEDROOM 10’0” X 9’10” BATH FOYER CLOSET 2 CAR GARAGE 22’0”x22’0” BREEZEWAY CLOSET UTILITY ENTRY PORCH BEDROOM 10’0” X 13’10” LAUNDRY POWDER ROOM 5’10” X 7’5” FirSt FlOOr SECOnd FlOOr FirSt FlOOr SECOnd FlOOr *Colors not available in all marketsBEDROOMS 3 DEPTH 47’ 3” BEDROOMS 4 DEPTH 39’ 7”BATHROOMS 2 1/2 FIRST FLOOR 864 sq ft BATHROOMS 2 1/2 (71’ 8” W/GARAGE)FLOORS 2 SECOND FLOOR 816 sq ft FLOORS 2 FIRST FLOOR 1627 sq ftWIDTH 25’ 5 1/2” TOTAL 1680 sq ft WIDTH 54’ 11” SECOND FLOOR 1196 sq ft(47’ W/GARAGE) PORCHES 166 sq ft (66’ 8” W/GARAGE) TOTAL 2823 sq ft SidinG OptiOnS* PORCHES 896 sq ft SidinG OptiOnS*