Our Homes

Home Types

With over 50 years of experience, we are dedicated to building quality homes that fit every budget. Whether you’re a first-time homebuyer or looking to upgrade or downsize, we have a variety of home types and styles to choose from. Between our expertise and commitment to customer satisfaction, we are confident that we can find the perfect home for you and your family.

Single-Family Homes

One of the most popular home types in new construction is the single-family. Designed to accommodate a single household or family, it typically features one main living unit that is detached from other buildings and is located on a private piece of land. Single-family homes are usually spacious and offer ample outdoor living space, such as a front and backyard. 

Single-family homes vary in architectural style, ranging from traditional to contemporary, and can be found in suburban, rural, or urban areas. They generally provide a sense of privacy, security, and ownership and offer a great opportunity for homebuyers to customize their living spaces to suit their specific wants and needs.


Another popular type of new home construction is the townhome. Unlike single-family homes, townhomes typically feature multi-level living spaces and are constructed in a row or cluster of similar units with shared walls. Townhomes often include a small yard or patio area as well.

Although townhomes are typically characterized by their unique architecture and shared walls with adjacent units, they still offer a great deal of privacy. They are designed with efficient use of space in mind. 

Often more affordable than single-family homes, townhomes are a popular choice for those seeking a balance between the independence of a single-family home and the convenience of a shared community.

Home Styles

Our contemporary, yet modern home styles range from patio homes to multi-level homes. Whether you’re looking for a classic look or a modern aesthetic, we have home styles that fit your wants and needs and reflect your personality and lifestyle.

Single-Story Homes

A single-story home, or a one-story home, is a type of residential building that has only one level. It means that all the rooms and living spaces are located on the same floor, as opposed to a two-story or multi-story home, which has multiple floors or levels. 

Single-story homes are popular among people who prefer a more accessible and easily navigable layout. They are also ideal for those who have mobility issues or disabilities, as there are no stairs to climb. Single-story homes can come in a variety of architectural styles, from traditional to modern, and can range in size from small cottages to large estates.

A patio home and a ranch home are two popular examples of single-family homes where all primary living is on a single floor. Both are typically characterized by their long, low profile, and simple design that emphasizes functionality and practicality.

Two-Story Homes

A two-story style home is a type of residential building that has two levels or floors. The first floor typically contains the common areas of the house, such as the living room, dining room, kitchen, and sometimes a bedroom or a home office. The second floor usually contains bedrooms, bathrooms, and sometimes additional living spaces such as a family room or a loft.

Two-story homes are popular because they offer more living space without necessarily taking up a larger footprint on the ground. They are ideal for established or growing families or individuals who need more room but do not need to move into a larger home.

Home Series

By characterizing our home designs into series, we eliminate the stress and confusion associated with most custom home-building companies. Every home series includes brand-new, energy-efficient amenities, security features, and Samsung stainless steel appliances that allow every family to live in comfort.

The Focus Series

Our most elemental home series

The Focus series consists of single-story and two-story single-family homes. With no basement options, they are one of the most affordable house series. You can easily spot a Focus series floor plan on our website as each one is named after a number, which corresponds with the home’s square footage.

Available in our northern divisions:

The Essential Series

Our most fundamental home series

The Essential series consists of single-story or two-story, single-family homes. With no basement options, they are one of the most affordable house series. You can easily spot an Essential series floor plan on our website as each one is named after a tree.

Available in our southern divisions:

The Heritage Series

Our most standard home series

Similar to the Essential series, The Heritage series consists of single-story or two-story, single-family style homes. They also have no basement options, making them another affordable option for homebuyers.

Available in our northern & southern divisions:

The Americana Series

Our most popular home series

A step up, yet very similar to our Heritage series is the Americana. Starting with a larger footprint than the Heritage, The Americana series consists of one or two-story homes, depending on the floor plan and upgrades available. All Americana homes in our Northern Divisions come with a standard unfinished basement, conveniently built with rough-ins for future self-renovating or upgrades through Maronda.

Available in our northern & southern divisions:

The Presidential Series

The pinnacle of our home series

Equipped with more quality included features and square footage than any other series, is the Presidential. As the highest valued series, our Presidential houses consist of two to three stories, with eight to nine-foot floor ceilings, staggered kitchen cabinets with decorative crowns, upgraded baseboards, a soaking tub in the master bath, and brick-to-grade options in the exterior rear. You can easily spot a Presidential floor plan on our website as each one is named after a past President.

Available in our northern divisions:

The Renaissance Series

The flagship of our home series

Very similar to our Presidential Series, our Renaissance homes are top-of-the-line. With the most quality features and largest square footage, they are the highest valued series in our southern divisions. Upgraded features in our Renaissance series include one to two stories of living space, eight to nine-foot floor ceilings, staggered kitchen cabinets with decorative crowns, upgraded baseboards, and master bath tile surrounds in tub/showers.

Available in our southern divisions:

Townhome Designs

We also offer townhome designs in a variety of communities. Typically a part of our Heritage or Americana series, our roomy and innovative Townhomes radiate elegance, and sophistication while offering low maintenance and hassle-free living. With two-car garages, multiple bedrooms, and open floor plans, our Townhome designs are as spacious as our single-family home designs.

*Please note our home series, home designs, and included features vary per division and community. You can download feature sheets per floorplan online or reach out to a sales representative for more information.

New Construction Options

Our experienced team is committed to helping you find the perfect home that meets your needs and exceeds your expectations. We understand that purchasing a new home is a big investment, and we strive to make the process as easy and stress-free as possible through three new construction options.

Buildable Home Plans

Our buildable plans require fewer choices and less stress than most custom-builders. Once you select your community, you will:

  • Pick a homesite
  • Choose from a variety of home designs
  • Select your interior and exterior options


During the construction process, you can access your MyMarondaPortal to get real-time updates on your new home.

Quick Delivery Homes

Also referred to as an “inventory” or “spec” home, a quick delivery home is a move-in-ready, new-construction home designed and built at the builder’s discretion. Our design experts decide on the homesite, home design, and interior and exterior options, so all you have to worry about is moving in.

Learn the advantages of quick delivery homes.

Leaseback Homes

Also known as a “holdover,” a leaseback home is typically used as an investment option, where a buyer purchases a model home, and the builder agrees to lease it back for some period of time.

Learn the advantages of leaseback homes.

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