At a basic level, designing a floorplan is an exercise in geometry. Rectangles are the most commonly used shape. But every now and then, you have to know when to break that rule. The Gettysburg includes a classic example of a well-placed non-rectangle. Note the angled wall that separates the great room from the kitchen. See how it makes the great room bigger and more interesting without taking any useful space from the kitchen? And that’s not the only smart idea you’ll find in this home. But it is the only place where we cut a corner. You can tour the beautiful Gettysburg model at the Sandusky and Portage offices.

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