The Connect 3 isn’t your everyday ADU. This two-bedroom footprint also doubles as a small vacation home that's ready to socialize. An open-concept flow from kitchen to dining room to living room occupies nearly two-thirds of the floor plan — creating a large public area perfect for intimate entertaining. Stage a small dinner party. Host holidays for the entire family. With the kitchen at the heart of this glass home, you'll have no trouble socializing or keeping your eyes on the kids while you make dinner.

Specifications

  • Floor Area:

    960 sf total
  • Overall Dimensions:

    40' x 24'
  • Bedrooms:

    2
  • Bathrooms:

    1
  • Stories:

    1

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  • Included

    Each Connect Home is fully equipped and move-in ready:

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  • Steel Frame Homes

    Rigid steel frame allows floor-to-ceiling glass windows and doors to be placed anywhere in the home, connecting the inside and outside and creating large clear-span spaces.

  • Air Filtration/Energy Recovery

    ERV system provides a continual supply of fresh, filtered, tempered air throughout the home and reduces reliance on forced air systems.

  • Energy-Efficient Systems

    High SEER ductless heat pump heating/cooling with zoned control, all LED lighting, tankless water heater, high-performance insulation.

  • Configurable Design

    Choose different exterior cladding, interior finishes, and fixtures, add or remove glass to tune the house to its site

  • Smart Technology

    Programmable thermostats, security, doorbell, lighting and shade controls

  • Commercial Doors and Windows

    High-performance multi-slide doors, floor to ceiling windows with operable panels, let the outdoors in

Pricing

Estimated Connect Homes Budget

Design:

$12,000

Production:

$235,200

Installation:

$41,280

Sales Tax:

$8,467

Estimated Connect Homes Total:

$296,947
Site Work

Estimated Basic Scope:

$38,400

Estimated Total Budget:

$335,347

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Testimonials

  • We bought a Connect 2 in 2013 and lived in it on our property while our house was being built and now rent it. The design is simply gorgeous and incredibly functional. While only 640 sq feet – it feels much bigger given the layout and big windows. It felt like we were living inside an Architectural Digest ad. Strongly recommend checking them out.

    Meg