Seal Harbor
Square Footage Features Dimensions Ceilings Pricing
3059 total 4 bedrooms 72.5' wide 9'-3" 1st floor $3059 PDF drawing set
1485 1st floor 4 bathrooms 36' deep 8'-8" 2nd floor Upgrades & customizations available
1574 2nd floor 1 half bath 32' tall 9'-0" basement
Optional garage

Before Purchasing


Site Plan

(Note: This site plan is conceptual and is intended to illustrate a typical siting of this home design. Actual building sites vary based on lot size, lot shape, orientation, and natural features.)

An authentic shingle style home truly fuses with the surrounding landscape. Seal Harbor is the perfect choice for a smaller home on a relatively wide lot. Its long, shallow footprint creates a private backyard and interior space full of light and garden views.

Upon entering the home, one is greeted by a dynamic entry hall which is bathed in sunlight from a row of windows above the stair. This entry flows into a large great room and a kitchen/family room, both of which open up onto an expansive rear terrace. The great room also opens to a covered porch with outdoor fireplace and views of both backyard and side garden. This porch can be outfitted with removable glass or screen panels or with motorized screens.

Seal Harbor can be upgraded to include an attached or detached garage of any size, with or without a second floor studio/bedroom(s).



See Seal Harbor mirror image plan

See this plan with a second floor porch

See this plan with three bedrooms

See this plan In Lake George series

See this plan in Southampton series


1st Floor Plan

Like a true shingle style house, Seal Harbor has a layout which is both modern in its open flow and traditional in its strongly defined rooms. The primary rooms have 8 foot tall french doors and large 6′-6″ tall windows that fill the spaces with natural light and encourage easy flow to outdoor rooms.

First floor ceilings are 9′-3″ high which, along with the oversized windows, give this relatively small home a surprisingly spacious feel.

Set between the great room and kitchen/family room described in the site plan section, Seal Harbor also features a sun-filled dining room that projects out onto the rear terrace.

Beyond the kitchen, a large mudroom, laundry room, and pantry ensure that Seal Harbor operates with the efficiency of a much larger home.

Entry: 7′-8″ x 12′-8″
Great room: 15′-3″ x 23′-0″
Dining room: 15′-0″ x 12′-6″
Kitchen: 16′-9″ x 8′-6″
Family Room: 15'-3" x 14'-0"
Mudroom: 10′-0″ x 12′-0″
Laundry Room: 7′-6″ x 6′-6″
Pantry: 2'-7" x 6'-6"
Powder Room: 3′-3″ x 6′-2″
Screened Porch: 12'-0" x 20'-0"


2nd Floor Plan

Seal Harbor has large windows and 8′-8″ ceilings throughout the second floor. As an option, any space can be made taller with a cathedral ceiling.

The master suite features a private office with views of the back garden, a master bath with his & hers vanities, and a large dressing room with two windows.

Seal Harbor has three more generously-scaled bedrooms, each with its own bathroom.

Master Bedroom: 15′-3″ x 15′-8″
Master Dressing: 11′-8″ x 9′-4″
Master Bath: 8′-0″ x 9′-4″
Office: 15'-6" x 6'-0"
Bedroom 2: 16′-0″ x 9′-0″
Bath 2: 10′-0″ x 7′-0″
Bedroom 3: 15′-3″ x 10′-0″
Bath 3: 5′-8″ x 9′-0″
Bedroom 4: 19′-0″ x 9′-2″
Bath 4: 7′-4″ x 9′-0″


Basement Plan

Note: In some localities, full basements are standard while in others, crawl spaces, or slabs on grade prevail. Drawings sets are available with any of these three options. Full basements can be left unfinished or can be fully finished. The layout at right is just one possible basement layout. There are many other possibilities which can typically be worked out with your contractor during construction.

Seal Harbor is shown here with 842 square feet of finished space including a large playroom, a bar, an exercise room, a bathroom, and an optional fireplace.

Full basements on this website are detailed with numerous full height windows, filling the space with natural light and making it feel anything but underground.

Seal Harbor is shown with four large basement windows and additional windows are possible if more finished space is desired. A walk-out basement with french doors is also possible for sloping sites.