This one-story design incorporates an eye-catching front elevation. The unusual front entry, highlighted by a round-top window above the door, sets off the brick facing and the two dormers.
Inside, a stepped ceiling and decorative columns in the foyer lend distinction, as do stepped ceilings in the living and dining rooms. Notice the fireplaces and built-ins in both the living room and the family room in back.
More stepped ceilings top the great room and the master bedroom with a bayed sitting area. The secluded master suite also contains an oversized walk-in closet and a private bath with dual vanities.
Close to the master suite lies a study with bath access and a door to the outside, making it ideal as a home office. On the other side of the house, two family bedrooms share another bath.
The well-designed kitchen includes a walk-in pantry, a central work island, a long angled counter with a snack bar and is adjacent to the breakfast room.
The unfinished attic space could later become a playroom.
Related Plan: Get an alternate exterior with house plan 3889JA.
Exterior Elevations: showing the front, rear, and side views with standard and alternate material choices; all elevations are usually ¼" scale.
Foundation plans: separate foundation plans are usually provided for a basement/crawl space, and slab, unless otherwise noted. All are drawn at ¼" scale and include first floor framing information for basement/crawl spaces, including beams, girders, columns and piers. Some plans include walk-out (daylight) basement options as well.
Floor plans: ¼" scale for each floor, including all room dimensions, door and window sizes and locations, stairways, kitchens, baths, etc. Framing information for stick framed ceiling beams and/or second floor framing is included.
Cross sections: ¼" scale cut-away views for each distinct area, showing all framing, ceiling details, heights, roof pitches, etc.
Roof plan: a separate roof plan is usually provided showing all pitches, rafter sizes, valley, hip and ridge locations, and areas of double roof framing.
Electrical schematic: shows suggested locations for outlets, switches and fixtures on either a separate drawing or directly on the floor plans.
Kitchen cabinets: schematic drawings of all kitchen cabinets.