This is the Ravenna Elevation C -partial stone. This is not our exact house but close.
We have selected the Elevation B partial stone. I could not, for the life of me, find a picture of Elevation B so this will have to do. Elevation B gives you a little roof over the front door with pillars. I would have loved the porch but I already have to sell a kidney to afford this house. So no porch for me LOL. Also, we will have a front entry garage.
I love the look of this house! I also love the stone. They just started offering stone in the Pittsburgh area and I am very excited. We will be one of the first houses in our neighborhood with a stone front.
Our colors are:
siding: Stone Mountain Clay
Door: Brown (there is a fancy name for it but I don't remember it. )
For some reason, I have no pictures of the stone or siding choices??? hmmm not sure why . I could have sworn I took them.
Funny story about the stone and siding choices- We originally had picked stone color=Aspen and siding color Autumn beige. I was a little concerned about them because there was a slight orangey hue to both. My husband and I are sensitive to beige color choices because we always seem to pick out a "beige" in paint or whatever it may be...and then we get it on the wall and it is PINK. We painted our entire basement family room in a beige color-and it was baby aspirin pink. We had to re-do the entire room.
So after picking these colors, I saw someone's Ryan blog & they had been substituted Autum Beige siding (their original color was discontinued) and the siding looked PINK!! Thank God I saw that blog post and we were still in our 2 week change period. If I had ended up with a PINK house I would have been devastated. Why we always initially lean towards those pinky beiges is beyond me. Thank you to the blogger who posted their PINK siding. You saved me from a possible disaster!