Prefab builder Blu Homes has unveiled yet another design for their modern and efficient homes. The Breeze Aire inspired by Joseph Eichler's iconic modern homes that create a connection with the outdoors is flooded with daylight and modern finishes. Soaring ceilings, an open floor living and kitchen space along with roomier bedrooms and a storage area give prefab devotees another great option with all the eco bells and whistles that come along with a Blu Home.
With the addition of the Breeze Aire to their line up, Blu Homes now offers eight different styles as well as the ability to custom design your dream home by tacking on a garage, studio, ADU, office and more. The Breeze Aire combines some of the popular elements of the Breezehouse, like the open and airy living spaces, but on a smaller scale. “We are thrilled to introduce this glorious new product that embodies the spirit of the Breezehouse,” noted co-founder and Vice President of Market Development Maura McCarthy. “The Breeze Aire incorporates the iconic design of the Breezehouse, but at a more accessible price point. Thanks to its narrower footprint, it also easily accommodates suburban settings.”
The 2 or 3 bedroom, 2-2.5 bath home offers 1,604 sq ft of living space. A large open floor plan living, dining and kitchen area features 17 ft ceilings, large glass doors and windows. Meanwhile, bedrooms are a bit roomier and storage space more ample than in some of their other designs. The 2014 Breeze Aire comes with optional packages of integrated audio, zoned heating and cooling, motion sensor lights and faucets, and Level 2 electric car chargers. The Breeze Aire starts at $350,000, which is the lowest priced model in the Breeze line, although it still comes in a bit spendy at about $220 per sq ft.
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