- Home styles at a glance
According to his report, developer Dennis Bennett is suggesting a variety of styles and designs in Van Ruiten Ranch.
Italian-style homes: Low-pitched or flat roofs; tall appearance with overhanging eaves; recessed entryways; arched windows and doors; stone and wrought iron decorative accents; Tuscan columns or arcades; and traditional or Juliette balconies.
Spanish-style homes: Shallow and moderately pitched roofs with few to no overhangs; flat concrete tile, “S” tile or barrel tile roof materials; decorative wrought-iron accents; classically-inspired arched porches; decorative shutters with head or sill trim; and cantilevered Monterey-styled balconies.
Craftsman homes: Low-pitched, gabled or hipped roofs; thick, square or tapered columns; decorative wood shutters; brick or stone accents; and prominent and spacious front porches.
Farmhouse-style homes: Flat tile or composition roofing material; metal roof elements over porches; and stone or brick accents.
— Wes Bowers
Posted: Saturday, April 5, 2014 12:00 am
The Lodi Planning Commission will get its first glimpse of a nearly 300-unit residential development near DeBenedetti Park at its April 9 meeting.
Lodi-based Bennett Homes, Inc. is proposing to build 288 homes on 74 acres between Lower Sacramento and Davis roads, just south of the Van Ruiten Family Winery.
Saturday, April 5, 2014 12:00 am.
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