Meet The Picket Fence - the America at Home Study Concept Home.

A ground floor studio + 2-story townhome designed for maximum livability. Factory-built using modern methods of offsite construction.

A 660sf fully-contained studio, perfect for rental income and more attainable living

or a separate multi-generational single story living space.

Covered Porch

A covered outdoor entry porch facing the front of the street provides a special sense of arrival, even in a small unit, and the perfect place for casual connections with neighbors.

This private outdoor space is just large enough to enjoy some fresh air, with a place to sit and connect with friends and family, reflect on the day, or enjoy a moment of decompression.

Open Layout

Every space has a place and a purpose, and the studio home’s open floor plan uses square footage where it counts.

The family room has three large windows to bring in natural light and support an overall feeling of mental wellbeing. The full kitchen with an eating island includes plenty of storage, and an open floorplan creates seamless connectivity between the hub (kitchen) and the heart (family room) of the home.

Private Retreat

More than just a place to sleep, the bedroom in the studio suite includes a built-in flex space with seating and storage. A writing nook. A work from home space. A place to unwind.

Large windows are placed strategically to maximize natural light, enhance the mood and productivity during the day, and to provide fresh air at night.

The perfect blend of style and livability in 2,007sf of contemporary design to support a better, healthier, happier life.

Private Entry

How you enter the home matters. A few steps up from a private parking spot, a covered outdoor entry porch leads into a mudroom drop zone. The home’s mechanical room is strategically and easily accessible at this entry, keeping the rest of the home private.

Natural Light

Strategically positioned corner windows open to views and allow natural light to stream into the second level flex space or optional bedroom. While key architectural focal points, they create an important and desired connection to the outdoors in all seasons.

Access to natural light is foundational to mental wellbeing. These oversized windows flood the space, provide natural ventilation, and lift the mood.

The Heart

The energy in every home starts in the kitchen. An over-sized kitchen island with seating is a focal point for cooking and conversation, with direct connections with the adjacent family room.

Innovative cabinetry along the kitchen walls and beneath the stairs – no wasted space – creates highly functional and efficient useable space.

The Hub

The heartbeat of the home, this versatile space has three large windows on one side and a picture window out onto a large covered outdoor deck that faces the front street and invites conversation and new social connections.

The extension of the main floor living area outside onto the covered deck provides a seamless blend of indoor and outdoor living.

Flex Spaces

How people use space is an individual thing. Flex spaces left open and unconstrained throughout the home can adapt and evolve as needs and lifestyles change.

From a secluded retreat for quiet reflection, to a dynamic workspace for creativity, to a home workout or meditation space, to a nursery as a family expands, there are endless possibilities for customization and unobstructed views.

Bedroom Lounge

Spanning a third of the top floor, the primary bedroom and lounge is a private sanctuary. The large lounge space can become a retreat within the home – an area to unwind and enjoy some needed personal time, or it can function as a small home office while not taking up a bedroom.

The perfect place to curl up with a book, catch up on favorite shows, or just enjoy a moment of quiet, this precious personal space invites rejuvenation and space to recharge mind, body and spirit.