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5 Design Features For Families That Cook Together

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

Families today are rediscovering the age-old habit of eating together. That's just part of what has made the kitchen the heart of the home. Along with that—an increasing awareness about what we eat—more families are actually preparing meals together.  Of course, having the ideal space for that is important, so here’s a look at 5 design features for families that cook together.

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Tags: Design Trends, Kitchen Remodeling, Kitchen Design, Floor Plans

Featured Floor Plan: The Belton

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

In our continued look at floor plans that are designed to fit your lifestyle and space needs, we review our featured floor plan: The Belton. It's a beautiful colonial style home that lets you choose between a 3-bedroom and a 4-bedroom plan.

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Tags: Building a Custom Home, Floor Plans

Featured Floor Plan: The Anderson

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

If you’re looking for a floor plan for a new home in the Middletown area, it’s nice to find one that offers you options. That’s one of the strengths in this featured floor plan: The Anderson. You’ll find multiple options on both the main and the upper levels of this gorgeous new home.

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Tags: Building a Custom Home, Floor Plans

Commuting from North Branford: What to Expect

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

 One thing potential North Branford residents want to know about is what their daily commute will look like.  The average commute for people living in the area is 24 minutes. That’s actually better than the average commute time in the United States (which is 26 minutes). Of course, your specific commute will depend on where your workplace is. Here is a look at some of the common commutes from North Branford.

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Tags: CT Home Building, Living in Connecticut, Communities in Connecticut

Your Guide to Living in North Branford

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

History

North Branford has a rich and long history, and there are a couple of different ways to get a “hands-on” feel for what life was like in the area in the past.

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Tags: CT Home Building, Living in Connecticut, Communities in Connecticut

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