New Construction Home With Sunroom

Buying a new construction home with sunroom, or adding a sunroom to your existing home, is one of the most cost-effective ways to make your home more livable and versatile.

Benefits of a Sunroom

Simply put, a sunroom is the most versatile room in your home.

  • Adds multi-use square footage to your home
  • Great for enjoying outdoor views within a protected temperature-controlled environment
  • Cozy space for gatherings with friends and family
  • Perfect space for home office
  • Reading, Music and TV / Movie room
  • Children’s play area
  • Exercise and workout room
  • Adds curb appeal and resale value to your home
  • Can ease symptoms of Winter SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder)

Light Therapy

In a WebMD article by Kathleen Doheny titled Fending Off Depression Symptoms in Winter, Norman Rosenthal, MD, the leader of the research team that first identified SAD in 1984 and author of Winter Blues suggests light therapy might be as simple as getting up early and walking outside on a bright winter morning. “You can also increase light in your home,” he says “Make one room a sun room.”

Existing Homes

There are a variety of sunrooms, sometimes called four season rooms, available to homeowners who want to add a room to their current home. Options include sunroom companies that provide the materials and labor as well as general contractors who can build a custom sunroom that matches your home.

New Construction Homes

For those in the market for a new home, the most cost-effective solution is a new construction home with sunroom. The cost to add a sunroom option to a new home is generally less expensive than adding a sunroom to an existing home.

Most home builders have floorplans that include structural options such as sunrooms or four season rooms. Adding structural options before a home is built allows homebuyers to include finish colors, floor coverings and fixtures that match the rest of the home. There are material and labor cost savings in having all the work done at the same time as well as not having to get a separate building permit to add the sunroom later.

Brooks floorplan with optional sunroom by McKee Homes

The Brooks floorplan with optional sunroom by McKee Homes

McKee Homes Floorplans with Sunroom Option

McKee Homes offers six floorplans with sunroom options as well as additional floorplans with sitting room options off the master bedroom.

Beaufort | 4 bed / 3.5 bath | 2,965 base sq. ft. | Sunroom adds approx. 300 sq. ft.

Biltmore II | 3 bed / 2.5 bath | 2,437 base sq. ft. | Sunroom adds approx. 192 sq. ft.

Brooks | 4 bed / 3 bath | 2,948 base sq. ft. | Sunroom adds approx. 209 sq. ft.

Clark | 4 bed / 3.5 bath | 3,356 base sq. ft. | Sunroom adds approx. 185 sq. ft.

Palazzo | 2 bed / 2 bath | 1,716 base sq. ft. | 132 sq. ft. four seasons room included

Winston | 4 bed / 2.5 bath | 2,225 base sq. ft. | Sunroom adds approx. 122 sq. ft.

More Information

For more information about buying a new construction home with sunroom, McKee Homes floorplans with sunroom options, four seasons rooms or sitting room options, please fill out the form below or give us a call at 910-672-7296.

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  1. We advise you to adjust the temperature in the sunroom, using good air conditioners. Inside the sunroom there should be a comfortable temperature, it should not be too hot in summer.

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