Matterport is an imaging technology that allows us to capture the interior of homes in 3D and build virtual reality models to be explored on a screen or with virtual reality viewers.
See below our gallery of Matterport virtual tours and download links to download the home onto your smart phone. They then can be viewed with the Matterport VR app from the iOS or Google Play store, and VR viewers like Google Cardboard.
Contemporary Prairie Estate
Above is a 3D tour of a 4,800 sq. ft. contemporary prairie style home built in 2016. Download this house model for use with the VR app here.
47 Carolina Crossings Drive: The Nest
Above is a 2017 Chatham County Parade of Homes entry and Bost Custom Homes signature floor plan called The Nest. It’s a first floor living empty nester concept with zero-rise garage entry and curbless showers for ease of access. The master suite and guest suite are both located on the first floor along with an open kitchen, breakfast nook, family room with ceiling beams and fireplace, walk in pantry, home office, and spacious laundry room. Two additional bedrooms with baths are located on the second floor along with a large recreational room that’s pre-wired for a projector and surround sound, and a wet bar for entertaining. Abutting the main living area of the kitchen and family room is a screened in porch with fireplace and a deck with access from the master bedroom. A large trellis and patio with string lights provides extra outdoor living space beyond the deck. Visit this home during the 2017 Parade of Homes under The Nest by Bost Custom Homes!
Here is the tour of our 2017 Wake Parade of Homes showcase house and the model home for North Raleigh’s premier luxury neighborhood, The Lodge at Avalaire.
Below is a 3D tour of The Lodge at Avalaire captured during framing, just before we insulated. Not only does a 3D tour of a framed home provide a unique look into how we utilize advanced framing techniques, engineered wood products like engineered studs and floor joists, and steel beams for increased structural integrity, but it also helps our project managers and trades locate electrical, plumbing, and framing features in the wall after the sheetrock has been installed. This reduces guess work, mistakes, and expedites decision making when needing to locate an item behind the sheetrock.