We all wonder if size truly matters, but in the case of newly built single-family homes, the answer is clear.
What percentage of newly built homes have an entry foyer? What if the home is less than 2,000 square feet in size? And what if it’s larger than 3,000 square feet?
Oh yes, we’re talking size, and how it impacts the features of a newly built single-family home. From separate living rooms, to great rooms, to walk-in pantries in the kitchen, the size of a new home has a big impact on what features the homebuilder is able to incorporate, according to the latest numbers from the National Association of Home Builders.
Don’t believe us? Check out the nifty chart below for some perspective: