Ron Ross Custom Homes serves Central Texas' most discriminating
homeowners. Ron Ross is an experienced homebuilder who has earned
the admiration of his clients with his attention to detail and a
personal commitment to quality. Ron Ross Custom Homes specialize
in high-end custom luxury homes in the Texas Hill Country as well
as the Lake Travis area.
While new, the
German Heritage home is modeled after one of the 100-year-old "Sunday
houses" sprinkled throughout the Texas Hill Country. Built by German-American
farmers and ranchers who rode to town for supplies and stayed in town for
church. The Sunday House design is typical of Fredericksburg residences, with
its wraparound porches and rooms that open to the outside, which gives a feeling
of space and light. To complement its turn-of-the-century style, craftsman
details and modern amenities make your Sunday house perfect for every day of the
stories with pitched metal roofs, plank exterior walls.
layout and airy living spaces
house plans echo the relaxed feel of the Mediterranean region. This plan draws
upon design elements found in Italian villas, Spanish Revival and Mission
Revival villas to create an elegant look and feel. A trademark stucco exterior
and tile roof houses a gorgeous open floor plan inside, perfect for
entertaining. You’ll enjoy all the amenities you could hope for, along with
plenty of space for family and friends. Mediterranean house plans reflect the
relaxed, outdoor lifestyle of the region that gives them their name.
stories with low-pitched red-tile roofs, stucco exterior walls.
layout and courtyards and outdoor living spaces.
exposed wooden beams frame the rooms.
house plans deliver a relaxing, rural lifestyle - regardless of where you plan
to build your home. With a high comfort level and an appeal to American
archetypal imagery, country homes feel familiar and comfortable. Spacious
porches extend your living space, making country house plans seem larger than
they are, and creating a seamless transition between indoors and out. You can
look forward to barbeques out back, lazy afternoons on a porch swing, large
gathering rooms, and gorgeous country kitchens.
overhanging roofs, often with gables.
layout, relatively small footprint.
has their own image of Farmhouse style -- and there
are a multitude of variations on the farmhouse theme. But farmhouse styles
generally bring to mind an old-fashioned sense of home, with plenty of room for
a growing family.
The typical modern farmhouse house plan presents
with a porch for outdoor living, and a second story with gables to add light to
the upstairs flex space. Interior layout varies widely from plan to plan,
providing a wide variety of options to accommodate today's desire for flexible
floor plans. Wood-frame construction and finishes provide a homey feel. The
typical large footprint makes the country style home plan best suited for
The New American house plan embraces the idea of
uninterrupted flow and expansive style. A reflection of American affluence and
desire for elbow room, the New American-style home is big, inside and out. It’s
all about uninterrupted flow: from kitchen to dining area to family room; from
family room to deck; from master bedroom suite with walk-in closets to luxurious
master baths with double sinks, separate shower and tub. It's a style as
expansive and exuberant as the country in which it was created.
Oversized windows let light
stream into interior space.
that often are open to below .
asymmetrical facades (often of brick or stucco).
A roof made visually
complex by contrasting peaks and heights.
European house plans offer
a touch of elegance and have magnificent facades suitable for large lots. There
are nearly as many subsets of European house styles as there are countries in
Europe. French Château, Tudor, Norman are just a few that offer homeowners
elegance, refined style, large proportions and a reminder of the beauty and
history of the Old Country.
1 to 1 ½ stories, with brick,
stone, or stucco exteriors.
Rich ornamental detailing;
Large footprints require large
lots or even acreage
The Southwest home plan combines rich wood, stone,
and stucco construction with highly decorative details influenced by the
original Spanish colonial settlements through the Southwest. The typical
Southwest style home is low to the ground and asymmetrical, creating myriad
views and traffic patterns in the interior. The home may open to a courtyard or
an outdoor kitchen entertaining area in the rear.
Natural materials with highly
decorative carved doors.
Stone, tile, spiral columns,
fountains and wrought iron materials.
courtyards and living areas.
The Ranch house
plan reflects a traditional and practical approach to house design. Classified
within the Modern family, the asymmetrical Ranch house plan is generally built
with a low-pitched gable roof, deep set eaves, and a large attached garage.
Ranches are typically built with one story or split level design. The exterior
of natural wood, bricks and large picture windows, gives a traditional and
no-nonsense feel. Ranch style homes have few decorative elements. The classic
L-shaped rambling floor plan combines the living and dining areas into one,
with a hallway that leads to the family room and bedrooms on the other side.
Ranch designs can also be found in be rectangular or U-shaped styles.