Tradd Trosta

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This gable-presenting Tradd has an effortless charm and the most elaborate exposed timber frame. Without dormers, the simplified roof provides cost savings and more space for future solar panels. The open main floor allows the primary areas to be separated while easily accessible from a central walkway, with a formal dining corner nestled between the kitchen and living areas. There is plenty of pantry and closet space on the first floor, providing extra storage. Take the switchback staircase to the second floor, where three sizeable bedrooms are removed from first-floor noise, offering additional flex space for family, guests, or an office. A shared second-floor laundry area between the bedrooms makes doing chores a breeze, without going up and down stairs. The primary bedroom has large walk-in closets—a staple feature of the Tradd design.

Unique Benefits

  • Exposed Timber Frame
  • Formal Dining Area
  • Large Pantry and Closet Space
  • Switchback Staircase
  • Second-Floor Laundry

Sustainability at a Glance

  • High-Performance Shell
  • All-Electric
  • Low Energy Requirements
  • Net Zero Ready
  • Optimized for Solar
  • Carbon Capturing Wood-Based Materials
  • Minimal Construction Waste
  • R-50 Insulated Roof
  • R-35 Insulated Roof
  • Predictable Operating Costs
  • Maintains Steady Temperature
  • Non-Toxic and Low VOC
  • Heat Pump Water Heater

Specifications

  • 2076 Sq. Ft.
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 3 Bathrooms
  • 6x12 Covered Porch
  • 3x8 Bracketed Entry Roof
  • Shell Estimate: $260,000
  • Finished Cost Range: $615,000 - 700,000