New Homes

Cottage Style, Freeport 

We don’t build that many basements, but this one was carefully detailed to stay comfortable and dry. All 3 floors feature radiant slabs, partly fed by a solar hot water system.  A LEED rated home!

Stone work by GM Libby and Sons.

Design: BriBurn – Chris Briley, Architect

Rocky Site, Cape Elizabeth

We built this home near Two Lights with a local panelizing company Construction Systems of New England – they showed up with all the wall sections already built and craned them into place; which made for a much faster build. This site had a lot of ledge to hammer out,  The finished exterior of this home utilized lots of local Maine materials.

Design – Liz Newman

OG Pretty Good House, Falmouth

The first house we built with double-stud walls. Still one of our favorites. The inspiration for BrightBuilt Homes’ design. We’ve since converted
the attic and were happy to see the walls were in great shape when we tore into them.  Rated LEED Platinum.

Heating, solar energy and hot water by ReVision Energy

Design: Kaplan Thompson Architect – Phil Kaplan, Architect.

Waterfront, Falmouth Flats

Our first new home build. Inspired by the client’s love of Cor-Ten steel, a wonderful material that is constantly changing with the weather. This build provided lots of engaging and challenging angles.

Beautiful concrete floors, furniture, stairs and counters by Jon Meade Design

Design: Kaplan Thompson Architect – Phil Kaplan, Architect

New development, Yarmouth

Very Arts & Crafts inspired – client is a big Stickley fan. Complicated roof line made easier by using trusses. Great details, inside and out.

Cabinets by Coastal Design Group

Slate counters from Sheldon Slate

Design: Kevin Browne Architects – Kevin Browne, architect