Amanda Whiting, a Minnesota blogger, and her husband, Josh, built a two-story farmhouse to hold the memories of their growing family.
Downsizing happened somewhat serendipitously for this family. A new home was just what they were looking for.
When it was time to find a one-level home, this family turned to new construction to build their dream home.
With a new home, you pick the floor plan and finishes that fit your lifestyle. You choose the community and neighborhood that speak to you. And you can even select just the right energy-saving features that balance your personal philosophy with your budget.
Lisa and Eric have lived in their traditional Colonial home in Minnetonka for over a decade, but the segmented layout felt dated. They dreamt of a sun-drenched kitchen and a warm, inviting space to make lasting memories with their family — so they made their dreams a reality.
These two besties and their families are thrilled to be next-door neighbors building homes together. You can tour both their new homes on the 2018 Fall Parade of Homes!
Our cover family shares their story of building new and moving from a townhome to a single-family home in a community they love.
There are plenty of reasons to build new when your family is ready to buy a home. This spring, Mark and Karen, who are featured on our guidebook cover, told us why they love their new construction home.
When you can’t find just what you’re looking for in a home, you create it yourself. That’s what Kande and Samantha did when they purchased their 1940s Edina home and…
The men and women who remodel and construct new homes are your neighbors and friends. They're part of the BATC family. They work hard and are immensely proud of what they accomplish…
While it's not Throwback Thursday yet, we think you'll enjoy this look back at home construction techniques on a beautiful Tuesday!
Seven years ago, Jeremy, Yvette and their toddler settled into the ’30s Colonial they’d purchased in Edina’s Country Club neighborhood. The classic symmetry (“staircase right in the middle”) mirrored their…