With its exposed timber structure and soaring vaulted ceilings, the Tradd platform celebrates the Bensonwood timber framing heritage that underlies Unity Homes.
The Tradd is based loosely on the traditional New England “tall Cape” design, in which a steeply pitched gable roof allows for plenty of usable space on the second floor—especially when dormers are added. As one of Unity’s larger base platforms, Tradds typically range from 2000 to 2800 square feet. They may include 2 to 4 bedrooms, and 1 ½ to 3 ½ baths.
At a Glance
Tall Cape Style
2 to 4 Bedrooms
1 ½ to 3 ½ Bathrooms
2,064 – 2,770 square feet
Additional options available for all our designs can be found in our Specifications section.
Whole-house costs for the Tradd start in the mid $300,000s. This estimate should be considered a preliminary guide for a Whole House package that includes a slab foundation and base-level finishes, as well as delivery and installation within a 50 mile radius of Walpole, NH. More details building costs
The exposed timber structure in the Tradd helps to organize the interior spaces. On the first floor, a generous entry area typically leads to the open kitchen, dining and living room areas. Some versions of the Tradd include a first-floor master suite, while in others, all of the bedrooms are on the second floor.