Tradd A Classic Tall Cape

The Tradd platform is essentially a classic New England “Cape” raised to a full two stories, with the second level organized under the roofline. It reflects both experience with early American architectural design and commitment to optimized, affordable performance standards.

Below are more examples of Tradd homes. We believe these show the flexibility of the model, and how your distinct taste can influence the style of the home.

Dark wood makes this New England staple more modern
A mix of shingle and wider vertical siding add a more natural, textured look
Neutral panels with pops of forest green replicate the soothing colors of nature

A basic Tradd is about 2000 square feet, has two to four bedrooms, and usually features two or three full baths and a half-bath. This interior can be designed with vaulted spaces and private nooks, all while meeting our stringent goals for efficiency. It’s also the platform that can feature exposed timber framing throughout. So you can have the timelessness of timber-frame design while meeting the latest energy-efficiency standards.

Three different kitchen layouts and styles

From county to modern, Tradd can fit your aesthetic designs

Sleep, wander, relax, in your new healthy home

Easily integrate additional bedrooms, baths, and floor space. Other options include covered or screen porches, different types of dormers, various entry styles, attached garages, and one-level connectors. All available to make your home fit for you.

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