1,456 sq.ft.

Like the other floor plans in the Cape Homes Series, the MapleGrove provides stylish and comfortable living in a modestly sized timber frame home. At 1,456 square feet, this design includes 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, making the MapleGrove a stylish and comfortable solution for those seeking a ‘less is more’ lifestyle. A large great room offers a flexible living and dining space while the efficient layout of the kitchen provides space for all your essentials. This Cape Cod design has two bedrooms and a bathroom on the first floor with a master bedroom and bath in the upper area. A loft balcony gives the entire living space an open feel.

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Cape Series Homes

The stunning post-and-beam structure of the Cape Series homes uses an insulated shell that lends a polished, traditional feel to its design, proving that timber frame homes can (and should!) extend far beyond the woods. From the outside, these homes appear to be one story; however, the steep, gabled roof with dormers allows for spacious bedrooms on a discreet second floor, which are easily accessed by the centrally-located straight run staircase within the open floor plan. The traditional feel of the Cape Series homes combined with the gorgeous wraparound porches that are typical of Cape Cod architecture makes it fit just as well in a suburb as it does in the woods or on the seashore.

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Features and Dimensions

1st Floor – 1,008 sq ft

  • Entry – 6’3″ x 10’3″
  • Great Room – 11’6″ x 27’2″
  • Kitchen – 8’1″ x 9’9″
  • Bedroom 2 – 13’4″ x 9’9″
  • Bedroom 3 – 9’9″ x 13’4″
  • Bathroom – 7’7″ x 7’7″

2nd Floor – 448 sq ft

  • Master Bedroom – 19’1″ x 13’9″
  • Master Bathroom – 7’7″ x 9’4″
  • Loft – 7’7″ x 7’7″


  • Optional Garage
  • Partially Covered Deck
  • Porch

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