Each home site in Conservancy View is a remarkable opportunity to invest and build on a property with fantastic schools, and all the best that Dane County, Madison and Middleton have to offer. The overall location is of paramount importance for any homeowner, this location is adjacent to other great neighborhoods.
These lots are covered by a protective covenant. This means plans are approved before they are final. Home styles must fit into the following group of architectural styles to help increase overall home values:
Taking root in the early 1920’s in the United States the Colonial Revival Style Home remains one of the most popular home styles in Wisconsin. The style is classic offering symmetrical design. Unlike the cozy cottage style homes we see scattered around Middleton Colonial Revivals draws it decorative elements from Greek and Roman Classical architecture. They offer a solid look and feel, conservative some might say. (read more about Colonial Revival Homes)
Craftsman house plans are grounded on the thinking of English designers, however in the United States; the style was improved by the California architects Charles and Henry Greene and widely publicized in home magazines of the time. Between World War I and World War II Craftsmen Style Homes popped up by the thousands all over the United States. Mail order home plan books were sold to countless Americans who fell in love with the craftsmen style home! (read more about Craftsman Style Homes)
Prairie Style is said to be the first unique American architectural style. You can view several newly built Prairie Style homes in Middleton Wisconsin at or near Conservancy View. You will notice their prominent characteristics include strong horizontal lines and natural interaction with its landscape. The best examples of Prairie Style homes consider the surrounding environment and make the home appear as if it is a natural part of the scenery. (read more about Prairie Style Homes)
From European Fishing Villages to the Shores of Lake Michigan all the way to Middleton, Wisconsin Cottage Style Homes offer a cozy home feeling unmatched by differing home styles. Cottage Home Styles can vary in design and might be considered for a second home. Heterogeneous in nature, Cottage style might feature creative colors and interesting glasswork on windows and doors. (read more about Cottage Style Homes)
Bungalow Style is very similar to a Craftsman Style homes and is widely mistaken for them. During the early 1900’s it was one of the most popular home styles and frequently built in mass by contractors across the United States. Broad Eves with lower gables covering an expansive open porch lends significant similarity to the Craftsman Style. Mostly constructed with wood shingles as exterior siding many utilize stucco or brick. The most prominent feature found in Bungalow Style homes is the large front stoop. Today so many homes lack the character of a Bungalow and its large front stoop! (read more about Bungalow Style Homes)
With renewed popularity the Farmhouse Style Home has stood the test of time. Rising popularity aside the home style has remained popular in and around Middleton. Their understated characteristics enable them to blend into our communities with ease. You will notice them by their most prominent characteristic a long porch that stretches along the front of the home and in some cases may wrap around to the side or rear, giving the home an outdoor living feel. (read more about Farm House Style Homes)