What Is Neo-Traditional Architecture?

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You’ve heard of single family homes and townhomes, but what do you know about neo-traditional homes? Brunswick Crossing in Brunswick, Maryland, offers all three of these home types and more, but we’re focusing on what makes neo-traditional architecture special.

Neo-traditional homes are unique in that their architectural style blends nostalgic elements with modern materials and floor plans for the family of today. The neo-traditional homes at Brunswick Crossing offer quaint touches that are reminiscent of the homes in small towns and close-knit neighborhoods of the past. This style hearkens back to the days of knowing exactly who your neighbors are, walking to the grocery store, and village-style living.

The nostalgic elements of neo-traditional homes are often most apparent in their exteriors, including raised porches with columns and welcoming front doors to facades accented with brick or stone. Other details like shutters, dormers, and intricate roofs can often be found in neo-traditional neighborhoods on homes tucked into victorian lamppost-lined streets.

If this kind of past-meets-present style is what you have been searching for in a new home, Dan Ryan Builders offers four gorgeous neo-traditional models for you to choose from at Brunswick Crossing. Ranging from 2,100–2,700 square feet and three-to-four bedrooms, you’re sure to fall in love with the Jefferson II, Clemson II, Monroe II, and Wesley II.

After passing through the welcoming front door of these neo-traditional homes, you’ll find unique two-story floor plans that give you open space, generous bedrooms, plenty of storage, and stunning style throughout.

The Jefferson II is a new construction masterpiece featuring a trio of bedrooms, two and a half baths, and a two-car garage within two stories. Design this neo-traditional home exactly the way you need your family to function. Include a gourmet kitchen, study, sliding glass door, box bay window at the study/dining room, or a fireplace.

Our largest neo-traditional home, the Clemson II, offers function and architectural detail within 2,330-plus square feet. Choose from two floor plan options. The standard second-story layout option includes a three-bedroom plan with a substantial walk-in closet in the owner’s suite. The other second-story layout option features a fourth bedroom and no connection between bedrooms to the full bath.

The Monroe II is a two-story neo-traditional home that has a true uniqueness in its 2,300-plus square feet. With its open-concept floor plan, it uses every square foot purposefully and helpfully.

Within its 2,600-plus square feet, the Wesley II gives you and your family all the space you need. A large new kitchen, private study, and grand family room offer you room to spend time together or pursue all your favorite hobbies.

Whether you are searching for your first home, have a growing family, or are hoping to age-in-place, these neo-traditional floor plans could be just the right fit. Each of these floor plans can be specially customized to meet the needs of your family. This flexibility allows you to choose how you want to live — including first-floor living.

Neo-traditional first-floor living enables aging-in-place residents (and anyone who loves this model) to enjoy a new kitchen, owner’s full bath, and more to gain independence at home for years to come.

When you choose a home at Brunswick Crossing, you also become a part of our amazing community. Making friends with your neighbors is easy, and you’ll always feel welcome and at-ease when walking down the street, putting your kids on the bus, or visiting the award-winning community center. The strong ties that you’ll develop to the community will make you love coming home every day.

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