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The interior of your home says so many things about you, but it's the exterior of your home that makes its first statement. With a range of select MainVue designer facades to consider, this intial impression is easy to convey. Start here to find your statement facade.

Alyssa Q1 Vinci Facade

VINCI FACADE Shown here on the Alyssa Q1 plan design

  • Gable roof form
  • Horizontal siding capped with band a sloped trim detail
  • Signature set of single windows at front façade in slender size and shape
  • Porch has a heavy brick detail with marks the entry with significance, double banded accent stone detail near the top of the entry feature with a band at the base
  • The accent material on this façade is brick
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Calusa Q1 Salerno Facade

SALERNO FACADE Shown here on the Calusa Q1 plan design

  • Hip roof form is dominant
  • Horizontal siding capped with a band detail with stucco above
  • Inverted “L” porch element is the feature of this façade which seems to be suspended in air due to the “hidden” support column
  • Windows are vertical in nature with the exception of a signature long slender horizontal window which is typically located at the center of the façade and is a defining element (along with the porch element) of this façade
  • The accent materials on this façade are block & tile
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Calusa Q4 Rivoli Facade

RIVOLI FACADE Shown here on the Calusa Q4 plan design

  • Hip roof form is dominant
  • Windows sit on horizontal band detail with stucco finish above the band and horizontal siding below
  • An asymmetrical column detail flanks the front porch with one large column finished in a feature material and a smaller support column finished in stucco
  • Windows have similar sized glazing sections and are typically grouped in pairs of two, three, four or more and are broken up but a horizontal grid line
  • The accent materials on this façade are stone, tile, and block
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Emporium Q1 Sofia Facade

SOFIA FACADE Shown here on the Emporium Q1 plan design

  • Hip roof form is dominant
  • Windows sit on horizontal band detail with stucco finish above the band and horizontal siding below
  • Double symmetrical columns flank the entry door and soar to just shy of the underside of the porch roof
  • Windows have similar sized glazing sections and are typically grouped in pairs of two, three, four or more and are broken up but a horizontal grid line
  • Accent materials available on this façade are brick, tile, block and stone
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Ravello Q1 Moderna Facade

MODERNA FACADE Shown here on the Ravello Q1 plan design

  • Hip roof form is dominant
  • Horizontal siding below capped by a horizontal band with stucco above
  • Symmetrical columns flank the front porch
  • Windows have asymmetrical patterns and most plans contain a signature narrow horizontally oriented window centrally located on the front face of the home
  • The accent materials on this façade are block & tile
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Sola Q1 Catania Facade

CATANIA FACADE Shown here on the Sola Q1 plan design

  • Gable roof form
  • Stucco capped by a band with horizontal siding above
  • Inverted “L” element at porch, which can be finished with tile or stucco. Supporting column is finished in brick
  • Window glazing is all equal panels and vertical in nature in pairs of two or three
  • The accent material on this façade is brick & tile
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Terella Q1 Capri Facade

CAPRI FACADE Shown here on the Terella Q1 plan design

  • Hip roof form is dominant
  • Horizontal siding is dominant material
  • Symmetrical columns flank the front porch capped with a heavy banding detail
  • Windows are similar in glazing panels and paired in groups of two, three or more typically
  • Windows are capped with a heavy trim detail with coordinates with the cap detail at the porch columns
  • The accent materials on this façade are stone & tile
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Verada Q1 Carlino Facade

CARLINO FACADE Shown here on the Verada Q1 plan design

  • Hip roof form is dominant
  • Windows sit on horizontal band detail with horizontal siding above and below
  • A single feature column is finished in accent material (see finishes below) and sits atop the concrete porch and spills over to meet grade. An inverted “L” element is finished in stucco and is supported by the feature column
  • Windows have similar sized glazing sections and are typically grouped in pairs of two, three, four or more and are broken up but a horizontal grid line
  • Accent materials available on this façade are brick, tile, block and stone
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Verada Q1 Milano Facade

MILANO FACADE Shown here on the Verada Q1 plan design

  • Gable roof at pop out locations
  • Double band detail atop feature windows at front pop out locations
  • Stucco accent material capped by a double band and topped with 2.5” horizontal siding
  • Double symmetrical columns at the front porch are the same size and capped top and bottom with a heavy trim band
  • Windows have similar sizing glazing sections and are typically grouped in pairs of two or three
  • The accent materials available on this façade are tile, stone and block
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Terella Q3 Nova Facade

NOVA FACADE Shown here on the Terella Q3 plan design

  • Gable roof
  • All horizontal siding terminated by a band and topped with 2.5” horizontal siding at gable roof locations
  • Double symmetrical columns at the front porch are the same size and capped top and bottom with a heavy trim band
  • Windows have similar sizing glazing sections and are typically grouped in pairs of two or three
  • The accent materials available on this façade are tile, stone and block
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