We specialize in four distinct styles of homes – ranch, cape, two-story and bi-level.
A ranch is a one-story house with a low-pitched gable roof and deep-set eaves. Ranch houses usually have a horizontal, rambling layout. In a ranch house, the emphasis is on openness and efficient use of space. The Indiana Building Systems ranch homes range from 1,106 square feet to 1,770 square feet and have 2-4 bedrooms along with a basement and crawl space.
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A cape, commonly referred to as a Cape Cod, is a style of house that originated in the New England area. It is characterized by a small footprint, symmetrical layout and dormer windows. Our cape houses range in size from 1,106 square feet to 1,549 square feet and have one and two lower level bedroom designs. A wood stair system is included in all of our cape homes.
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A bi-level, or a split-level, is a style of house in which one-half of the house is one story, and the other half of the house is two stories. Small sets of stairs attach the one story section of the house to the two story section. One set leads up, typically to bedrooms and a bathroom. The other set leads down to a large family room and basement area. The first floor is built halfway between the basement and second floor, with the second floor being above the basement. This offers a way to accommodate uneven property, such as a slope or soft hill.
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Our two story homes range from 1,660 square feet to 2,656 square feet and have a standard lower ceiling height of 9’. Ranging from 3-5 bedrooms, the two story homes have designs for a master bedroom downstairs. A wood stair system is included in all of our two story homes.
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