It’s been said that the eyes are a window to the soul. But when you’re considering building a custom home, your home’s windows are your eyes to the outside world.
The windows in your Poconos home will give you spectacular views of the kind of scenery that lured you to the Poconos in the first place. It’s a constant reminder of the relaxed lifestyle you’re here to enjoy.
Not only do your home’s windows provide great views of the outdoors, but they also allow lots of natural light into your home, creating a brighter, more peaceful setting and visually extending the amount of space you have—without adding a larger footprint.
That’s why windows are a significant design element in the homes we create, including the Lakewood II model (shown here), where the large windows off the deck extend almost to the roof and are complemented by skylights to maximize the natural light in the home. Click here for a larger image of the Lakewood II—and to check out the floor plan.
You’ll notice a similar approach (but with a completely different style and floor plan) on the Summit model, which also uses a combination of large windows and skylights to let more natural light into your Poconos home. You can click here for a closer look at the exterior of the Summit and to review the floor plan.
While these two plans make great use of windows in their initial design, changing window placement is an option on any of the floor plans we offer for custom Poconos homes. And, of course, you also have the option of changing room sizes, adding additional space or even moving the location of the garage door to a place that better suits your needs.
If you’re hoping your move to the Poconos will be good for your soul, with more beauty and less stress, make sure your windows—the eyes to your home’s soul—capture as much light as you want them to.