The Design Home is reader-supported. When you buy through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission.
Stillwater Dwellings has just announced two new home designs, the sd225 and sd232, created specifically to meet the growing need for contemporary prefab homes to maximize existing, narrower, urban sites. These designs are geared especially towards urban families, with master suites, an open kitchen/dining/living area, separate kid’s bedrooms with shared bathroom, and a separate office.
Stillwater Dwellings designs and builds prefabricated, contemporary homes. The construction process and costs are refreshingly straightforward and predictable; creating quality homes with stunning aesthetics. Their manufacturing process is environmentally friendly and installation impact on the neighbors is minimal.
The new urban-focused models sd225 and sd232 both feature Stillwater Dwellings signature butterfly roof and a double height expanse over the entry. Large living spaces, generous corner windows and exposed beams offer light and texture; kitchen and dining areas open to a private rear patio, creating intimate indoor-outdoor living areas. The upper floor includes four bedrooms and a loft area; 2 ½ bathrooms complete the interior layout. Both homes have ample capacity in the secure garage to accommodate bicycles, kayaks, snowboards, etc., and can be equipped with an electric car recharging station.
Average total project costs are $580,000 for the sd225 and $655,000 for the sd232 including utilities, foundation, permits, engineering and 8 hours of design modifications. The average construction and install time is 10 weeks.