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The Windsor

New house plan alert!  Meet the Windsor.


With an open plan concept, tons of storage and plenty of space to entertain guests and cook at the same time, the Windsor house plan has it all! Whether you are entertaining morning, noon or night, this luxurious kitchen is ready!

Some of the key features of the kitchen include:

  • Large walk-in pantry that could be used as a messy kitchen
  • Large kitchen island
  • Kitchen overlooks to the dining and great room area

Customize the huge first-floor flex room into a formal dining room or home office—whatever your family needs.  And keep your guests comfortable with the perfect guest suite located on the first-floor.

When entertaining family and friends is over, head on upstairs to the owner’s retreat, featuring a double bowl vanity and separate walk-in closets.  And what makes this plan a little different from the more recent house plans is the second-floor owner’s retreat with the second-floor laundry room.  This combination makes it super easy and convenient to put your laundry away.

Additional second-floor key features:

  • Walk-in closets in the secondary bedrooms
  • Loft overlooking the Great Room
  • A “catwalk” hallway to the secondary bedrooms

Three exterior options available:

  • American Tradition
  • Craftsman
  • Modern Farmhouse

Interested in learning more about the Windsor?  Give us a call at (877) 267-3482 to get started!

Run or walk with Schumacher Homes and the Love, Andrew Autism Foundation

At Schumacher Homes, we believe we’re building more than just a home—we’re building community and are proud to do so right here in Canton, Ohio.

Schumacher Homes and the Love, Andrew Autism Foundation are Spirit Sponsors for  this year’s Pro Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement Festival’s UP, UP & AWAY 5K race and the official sponsors for the KIDS FUN RUN.

Bring your family out on July 28 and start your morning at the beautiful Kent State University at Stark campus. The 5K race will begin at 8am with the KIDS FUN RUN to follow afterwards for kids ages 8 and under.  T-shirts and medals will be given to participants. Spirit bells, sponsored by the Love, Andrew Autism Foundation, will be handed out to cheer on the 5K runners.

For more information and to register the whole family, visit

A Peek Into The Future of Custom Homes

Over the last 25 years, we’ve seen trends come and go. We’ve designed more than 17,500 unique homes— no two are the same. We’ve learned about what inspires you so that we can continue to create homes that are not only beautiful but practical for your family and daily life. In 2018, more so than ever, homes will be designed and built with one specific goal in mind: making your life easier. Here are our home design trend predictions for 2018:


Modern Farmhouse: 
A modern take on an American classic. Exterior elements such as black windows, board & batten siding and metal roof accents give this style of home great curb appeal. Interior features like shiplap wall treatments, a farmhouse sink and exposed wood beams truly define the term modern farmhouse.



Large Pantry:
Walk-in pantry, messy kitchen, butler’s pantry—whatever you want to call it, storage is a necessity. We know life can be messy.  A spacious clutter free and organized walk-in pantry will save you time and stress. You can rest assured knowing everything you need is available in one glance.



Pocket Office:
The perfect space to get work done. Organization is a breeze with this designated workspace, ideal for storing your office essentials. Your calendar, daily planner and bills finally have a place they can call home. A pocket office is the perfect solution for the modern day family.



Quartz Countertops:
Maintenance free and stain-proof, Quartz will stand the test of time and provide beauty and warmth for years to come. Quartz countertops are virtually indestructible. More homeowner’s today are turning to quartz vs granite.




Feature Windows: Fill your home with natural light. Large energy-efficient windows are a great way to capture views and  make the connection between the indoors and nature.