Large arched windows and a gabled entry porch introduce this upscale traditional home design. Inside, formal living and dining rooms set off by columns bracket the foyer.
A media center and built-ins flank the great-room fireplace. French doors in the adjacent sun room open to an optional grilling porch.
Another fireplace warms the hearth room, separated from the kitchen by an eating bar. Features of the kitchen include a central island and a pantry closet. Nearby, the laundry is big enough for a sewing counter.
The master bathroom includes lots of luxuries, including a walk-in closet, dual vanities, a whirlpool tub and a glass shower. Bedroom two has a wall of closets, while bedroom three has built-ins next to its closet.
Ceilings: 9' standard; 12' foyer, living room, dining room; 10' boxed master bedroom, great room.
Related Plans: See these related house plans: 5979ND and 59072ND.
Foundation Plan: Most plans are available with a slab or crawlspace foundation. Optional walkout style basement (three walls masonry with a wood framed rear wall with notes for the builder to locate the windows and doors) and optional full basement foundation available if the plan allows, at an additional cost.
Floor Plans: Each home plan includes the floor plan showing the dimensioned locations of walls, doors, and windows as well as a schematic electrical layout.
Set of Elevations: All plans include the exterior elevations (front, rear, right and left) that show and describe the finished materials of the house.
Building Section(s): The building sections are vertical cuts through the house and the stairs showing floor, ceiling and roof height information. **Cross section views available for an additional fee. **
Kitchen and Bath Elevations: The kitchen and bath elevations show the arrangement and size of each cabinet and other fixtures in the room. These drawings give basic information that can be used to create customized layouts with a cabinet manufacturer.
Miscellaneous Details: These are included for many interior and exterior conditions that require more specific information for their construction.
Roof Overview Plan: This is a “bird’s eye” view showing the roof slopes, ridges, valleys and any saddles.