11. House 11
A balcony across the front of this rustic stone cottage with materials inspired by Tuscan Architecture evokes the charm of Europe in this unique Tuscan residence.
12. House 12
Two grand staircases are flanking the room as you enter through the main door. There are special ceilings throughout the entire house. The arches lead to a den and formal dining room which leads to the courtyard.
13. House 13
The open layout style of this house contributes to the relaxed and calm feeling which exudes from Tuscan residences. The porch covers an outdoor kitchen and makes the home more Tuscan.
14. House 14
The stucco and stone, which are key factors of the Tuscan Residences are very well placed and utilised in the house. This makes it exclusive.
15. House 15
There is a courtyard, entryway, and timber beam ceilings in this house which is a representational plan for a Tuscan residence.
16. House 16
This Tuscan-inspired one-level house plan has a stone exterior & a flexible layout giving you two or three bedrooms. The open floor plan invites guests and their inhabitants.
17. House 17
This house plan has a front façade with three pronounced gables. On either side of the elevated entry, there are tapered columns and the entrance is centered between Palladian windows. Rough cut stone is an interesting juxtaposition with the cream stucco and the terra-cotta tile roof.
18. House 18
A round entry turret showcases the foyer in this Mediterranean home plan. The dining room and living room are an open plan and form a large space. This overlooks the front courtyard on one side and the rear terrace on the other.
19. House 19
The Tuscan residence showcased in the photo is a one-floor plan and it has a large open living room. It opens into the lanai which is in the back and has an outdoor kitchen.
20. House 20
The house has been designed while keeping the coastal conditions in mind. Due to the coastal storms, vehicles occupy the lower area which elevates the living spaces to the upper floor.