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House Exterior Design Ideas with Concrete Fiberboard Siding

Patching Residence
Patching Residence
Dylan Barber Building DesignDylan Barber Building Design
This is an example of a large beach style two-storey black house exterior in Geelong with concrete fiberboard siding, a flat roof and a metal roof.
McCracken Point: Craftsman Lake Home
McCracken Point: Craftsman Lake Home
Timberlake Custom HomesTimberlake Custom Homes
This Craftsman lake view home is a perfectly peaceful retreat. It features a two story deck, board and batten accents inside and out, and rustic stone details.
Bungalow Expansion
Bungalow Expansion
Red House ArchitectsRed House Architects
The front porch of the existing house remained. It made a good proportional guide for expanding the 2nd floor. The master bathroom bumps out to the side. And, hand sawn wood brackets hold up the traditional flying-rafter eaves. Max Sall Photography
Custom Home, Palm Harbor, FL
Custom Home, Palm Harbor, FL
Yorkshire Contracting, LLCYorkshire Contracting, LLC
The beach cottage appeal of this exterior is fitting for its location overlooking a water canal leading to a large lake. The cupola floods the main living core of the home with natural light. Decorative columns and corbels add to the home's interesting architecture.
Twin Chimney Home
Twin Chimney Home
Crisp ArchitectsCrisp Architects
Rob Karosis: Photographer
Large traditional two-storey white house exterior in New York with concrete fiberboard siding, a gable roof and a metal roof.
The "Legato"
The "Legato"
Symphony HomesSymphony Homes
Beautiful craftsman details on this Legato in Layton, Utah by Symphony Homes.
Photo of a mid-sized arts and crafts one-storey grey house exterior in Salt Lake City with concrete fiberboard siding, a gable roof and a shingle roof.
Doylestown Exterior Renovation
Doylestown Exterior Renovation
REVIVALREVIVAL
Removed stucco, remediated, then installed all new windows and siding
Design ideas for a large country two-storey white house exterior in Philadelphia with concrete fiberboard siding, a clipped gable roof, a mixed roof, a black roof and board and batten siding.
Noir Peaks
Noir Peaks
The Ranch MineThe Ranch Mine
Photo by Roehner + Ryan
Mid-sized country one-storey black house exterior in Phoenix with concrete fiberboard siding, a gable roof, a metal roof, a black roof and board and batten siding.
Modern Farmhouse with Board/Batten Siding
Modern Farmhouse with Board/Batten Siding
Tyler HaugTyler Haug
Modern Farmhouse Exterior: matte black 4 lite windows, stained wood 6 lite entry door, stained wood porch columns, board/batten siding, brick wainscoting, metal porch roof, exposed rafters
Glenview Custom Home Front Elevation
Glenview Custom Home Front Elevation
Great Rooms Building GroupGreat Rooms Building Group
Inspiration for a large two-storey white house exterior in Chicago with concrete fiberboard siding, a hip roof, a mixed roof, a black roof and shingle siding.
A covered wood soffit Veranda
A covered wood soffit Veranda
New Century Design Inc.New Century Design Inc.
A classic white board and batten farmhouse look with black roof and trim. It includes some wood accent details.
Photo of a large country two-storey white house exterior in Calgary with concrete fiberboard siding, a hip roof, a metal roof, a black roof and board and batten siding.
Cedar Pointe Residence
Cedar Pointe Residence
Highland Builders LLCHighland Builders LLC
A traditional style home that sits in a prestigious West Bend subdiviison. With its many gables and arched entry it has a regal southern charm upon entering. The lower level is a mother-in-law suite with it's own entrance and a back yard pool area. It sets itself off with the contrasting James Hardie colors of Rich Espresso siding and Linen trim and Chilton Woodlake stone blend.
Arroyo Grande Modern Farmhouse
Arroyo Grande Modern Farmhouse
Gast ArchitectsGast Architects
This is an example of a large country two-storey grey house exterior in San Luis Obispo with concrete fiberboard siding, a gable roof, a metal roof, a grey roof and board and batten siding.
Calder Street House
Calder Street House
Charles Maccora DesignCharles Maccora Design
Design ideas for a large tropical one-storey white house exterior in Geelong with concrete fiberboard siding, a gable roof, a metal roof and a white roof.
Northern MN Lakeside Home
Northern MN Lakeside Home
Lenox House DesignLenox House Design
This expansive lake home sits on a beautiful lot with south western exposure. Hale Navy and White Dove are a stunning combination with all of the surrounding greenery. Marvin Windows were used throughout the home. This expansive property is stunning from the sky.
Modern Farmhouse Homestead
Modern Farmhouse Homestead
12/12 Architects & Planners12/12 Architects & Planners
Photo of a large country two-storey white house exterior in Chicago with concrete fiberboard siding, a gable roof, a shingle roof, a brown roof and board and batten siding.
Waters Edge Custom
Waters Edge Custom
NJR StudiosNJR Studios
Large beach style two-storey white house exterior in Sydney with concrete fiberboard siding, a gable roof, a metal roof, a white roof and board and batten siding.
East Coast Traditional
East Coast Traditional
Fautt HomesFautt Homes
Expanded wrap around porch with dual columns. Bronze metal shed roof accents the rock exterior.
Inspiration for an expansive beach style two-storey beige house exterior in San Francisco with concrete fiberboard siding, a gable roof and a shingle roof.
Greenlea
Greenlea
Visbeen ArchitectsVisbeen Architects
Inspiration for a mid-sized country two-storey white house exterior in Grand Rapids with concrete fiberboard siding, a gable roof and a mixed roof.
Stonebridge at Rankins Lake
Stonebridge at Rankins Lake
Chapman Design Group, Inc.Chapman Design Group, Inc.
Established in 2005, Stonebridge at Rankin’s Lake is proud to be Duke Energy’s “First All-Electric Energy Star Certified Community” in South Carolina. Each home has been constructed with strict guidelines to insure each individual home will receive it’s own Energy Star certificate which in turn results in a reduced rate from Duke Energy on the energy bill for the life of the home. Through a partnership between the architecture firm, Chapman Design Group, Inc. and it’s construction arm, Icon Construction of South Carolina, Inc., special emphasis is placed on quality construction, methods and design details a well as a stringent construction quality control standard. The total efforts, skills, resources provide unyielding commitment directed toward building superior homes that will bring our homeowners many years of comfortable and carefree living. This 107 home community was created on a 43 acre property that was planned into two phases. Approximately 17 of these acres are to be left natural, providing the feel of an established neighborhood from the very beginning. The featured attraction is Rankin’s Lake. It is approximately 4 acres in size and was once a well-known fishing lake in Anderson in the 1940s and 50s. A stone bridge will adorn its spillway and will be constructed during the second phase of the project. The traditional style streetscape is enhanced with grass medians separating curb lines and sidewalks. This feature is accentuated in intermittent Alee Elm Trees and decorative post streetlights throughout the neighborhood. Every front and side lawn as well as all common areas continue to be maintained on a weekly basis by a private landscape maintenance company. This perpetual maintenance provided through the Homeowner’s Association insures a constant harmonious look throughout the entire community. From day one, several development principles were established and achieved: • The development’s concept was designed with all water front lots facing into Rankin’s Lake to have the street running between the homes and the lake. With this concept, it allows all of the neighborhood residents and their guest to take advantage of the pathways as well as enjoy to natural scenery of the lake each time the upon entering and exiting the neighborhood. This became a positive selling point as it encouraged the selection of building sites deeper into the development once you passed the lake. • The design concept of the development was to create a variation of the traditional home neighborhood where the homes, all with front porches are intentionally built closer to the sidewalk lined streets to encourage neighborly interaction. • Plans were designed with the garages at the rear of the lot as to make the neighborhood less about cars and more about the home and it’s residents. This was prioritized due to many subdivisions today are designed in such a way the home’s primary feature is a front facing garage which often have two cars in the driveway… hence, Stonebridge at Rankin’s Lake want to provide an alternative. • Each home design includes a spacious front porch, a screened porch and or a sunroom to encourage neighborly interaction and casual living. • The floor plans include both 2 and 3 bedroom plans with 2 to 3.5 baths with all master suites remaining on the main level. The entire development would have only Energy Star Certified homes.

House Exterior Design Ideas with Concrete Fiberboard Siding

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