Wayne Homes Releases New Farmhouse Elevations for Three Floor Plans

December 4, 2019

Custom home builder, Wayne Homes, has released a new set of Farmhouse elevations for the Chelsea, Cumberland, and Providence II floor plans.

Uniontown, OH – Wayne Homes, an Ohio-based custom home builder that specializes in on-your-lot custom homes, has released their newest Farmhouse elevations for the Chelsea, Cumberland, and Providence II floor plans.

As three of our top floorplans in 2019, the Chelsea, Cumberland, Providence II are included in this elevation release.

The new Farmhouse elevations for these homes highlight vertical board and batten siding with over 26 colors to choose from and black Pella windows with farmhouse style grids. Each elevation also features a large front porch with composite woodgrain wrapped columns and brackets and a farmhouse style front door with matching sidelites. Farmhouse exterior lights add a finishing touch to the elevations.

“People can’t get enough of the farmhouse style, so designing a custom farmhouse elevation for our most popular floor plans only makes sense,” Maurie Jones, senior vice president of marketing, said. “If our customers find a floor plan they like that doesn’t have a farmhouse elevation, we can design it for them.”

The Farmhouse elevation is also available for several other popular floor plans, which were released in 2017.

For more information about building a custom home with Wayne Homes and the Farmhouse elevations, visit WayneHomes.com.

About Wayne Homes

Wayne Homes is a custom home builder in Ohio, Pennsylvania, Michigan, and West Virginia, with 10 Model Home Centers to visit. We offer over 50 fully customizable floor plans and a team dedicated to providing the best experience in the home building industry. For more information, Ask Julie, our online sales team, by live chat or call us at (866) 253-6807.

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