There is more to curb appeal than just a well-maintained home. A home’s design can represent your style as well as provide you with a sense of escape and refuge. Perry Homes builds beautiful new homes for sale in Austin, Dallas – Fort Worth, Houston and San Antonio, which feature detailed architectural designs in an array of styles that make being at home the best part of your day. With an extensive selection of open-concept, one and two-story floorplans, you can find the perfect home for your lifestyle - whether you are buying your first home, moving up or downsizing. With over 50 years of experience, you can trust that your home design is timeless and built to last. No matter if you choose to build your new home from the ground up or select a move-in ready home, rest assured that all Perry homes come with an industry-leading warranty and smart home technology at no additional cost. Explore our wide variety of new home designs that fit your style and are available in premier communities throughout Texas!
There is more to curb appeal than just a well-maintained home. A home’s design can represent your style as well as provide you with a sense of escape and refuge. Perry Homes builds beautiful new homes for sale in Austin, Dallas – Fort Worth, Houston and San Antonio, which feature detailed architectural designs in an array of styles that make being at home the best part of your day. Explore our wide variety of new home designs that fit your style and are available in premier communities throughout Texas!
Even though "cottage" means a "small house," this design has endless charm. The Brick Cottage style focuses on ornamentation and high-end finished details such as high-pitched roofs, brick exteriors with stone to enhance key locations, and tall narrow arched windows for beautiful natural lighting.
Simplicity mixed with a timeless artistic feel, the Craftsman style emphasizes horizontal lines with low-pitched roofs, a wide front porch, and cladded with wood siding. The traditional Craftsman ornamentation may include open-eave roof overhangs with exposed rafters and thick square columns.
French-style homes are an American interpretation of French Countryside architecture. Brick, stone, and stucco adorn the steep multiple-pitched homes. Round towers and narrow overhangs add to the height of the home, while the vertically arched windows round out the side, adding a soft touch to this countryside design.
Inspired by Old World German Architecture and influenced by the natural beauty of Texas, the Hill Country style uses local materials to create rustic luxury. Hill Country homes have metal low-pitched or hipped roofs with stone walls, cedar brackets, and beams that draw your eye vertically toward the oversized windows.
With a diverse European influence, the Mediterranean home style features a low-pitched or hipped roof covered in stucco. Wrought-iron details, clay roof tiles, and a streamlined classic structure make this beautiful style recognizable.
This style honors the Global Modernist movement of the 1950s and '60s. Low-pitched mono-slope roofing and exposed structural elements create asymmetry that characterizes the Mid-Century Modern home style. The unconventional roof rests on expanses of geometrical glass.
The Modern home style emphasizes clean lines. Modern homes are boxy with simple and asymmetric forms, such as low-pitched hipped roofs covered in stucco. As a current-day expression of a Traditional house, Modern homes feature minimalist elements, a grid of oversized windows, and industrial details.
Modern Farmhouse is an updated version of the utilitarian farmhouse. Characterized by simple lines, light walls, and basic trim bring out the clean design of the Modern Farmhouse style. High-pitched gable roofing pairs with vertical siding, while the oversized windows bring in warmth and light to bring nature inside.
Modern Prairie is characterized by its horizontal nature, low-pitched roofing, and horizontal siding. The minimalist design approach gives this style a grounding feeling, and the oversized and transom windows help carry the clean lines while bringing in a feel of surrounding nature.
Traditional is a mix of classic, simple designs that feature high-pitched gable roofing with carefully placed windows that create a seamless design. Brick and stone continue the timeless feel and make this style solid and universal to any design style.
Transitional homes are classic in style with a contemporary twist. Simple lines, neutral colors, and a minimalist approach create a timeless feel in a Transitional home style. A combination of medium-pitched gable and hipped roofs paired with oversized windows create a relaxed feel to a modern home.
Inspired by stately English Manors, wood details paired with a steeply pitched gable roof is the trademark of the Tudor home style. Tall, narrow windows with brick, stone, and stucco details complete this style to give it a soft classic feel.
The Tuscan style home honors old-world Italian influence and is differentiated by its simplistic and rustic appearance. The exterior is typically stucco, stone, or a combination of both to enhance the arched windows and doors, and low-pitched gable roofing with clay roof tiles creates an elegant finish to this earthy style.