Building a Dream Home on Homesite 47
CURRENT CONSTRUCTION STAGE:
JANUARY 22, 2021
Here’s what happened during this stage of the home building process:
We poured the foundation walls and removed the forms.
Once the walls were ready, we placed the drainage and backfill around the foundation.
The crushed stone was spread out on the lower level awaiting the final pour of the concrete floor.
DECEMBER 10, 2020
Each piece of land is different. Variations in homesites are usually discovered beneath the surface in the form of a ledge. Homesite 47 sat atop one big rock!
Below you can see the “blasting blankets” covering the area to break the stone for removal. The blankets are made from old tires and ensure that the debris from the blast will not become airborne!
MORE ABOUT THE HOME
THE MODEL | Stately and adorable, this Adirondack-style home features 2,200 square feet of space, a first-floor master suite, maple glazed cabinetry, gas fireplace trimmed in stone with antique chestnut mantle, oil-rubbed bronze hardware, Kohler™ fixtures, stainless steel appliances, trim package including wainscoting details and Arts and Crafts open staircase.
THE HOMESITE | Homesite 47 faces north/northeast with seasonal views of Meredith Bay and mountain ranges. Set on a wooded cul-de-sac, this homesite offers convenient access to the walking trails and nearby pool and tennis complex.