This open-concept floor plan, perfect for a sloping lot, imparts an air of spaciousness. A loft and volume ceilings, in addition to a multitude of windows, highlight the sense of openness in this house plan.
The covered front porch extends functional spaces to the outside, as does the wrap-around rear deck.
The family chef will enjoy the walk-in pantry and views of the dining room. The peninsula bar creates an efficient space for dining and socializing.
Conveniently located on the main floor, the ' bedroom has a walk-in closet and double doors to the deck.
A loft overlooking the great room and two storage rooms round out the second floor.
A finished lower level gives you two more bedrooms a laundry room and a huge rec room.
Related Plans: For other versions of this home, see 35108GH (2,281 sq. ft.), 35312GH (2,750 sq. ft.) with an attached 2-car garage and house plan 35313GH (2,281 sq. ft.) with a 2-car drive-under garage.
Other related house plans include 35259GH and 35165GH with a finished lower level with a fireplaced rec room, wet bar, storage and office space. Get a gazebo on the deck with house plan 35482GH.
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