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This inviting home plan has country styling with upscale features and loads of optional versions. The front and rear covered porches add plenty of usable outdoor living space, and include that much-requested outdoor kitchen.
The expansive great room includes a beautiful trayed ceiling and features built-in cabinets and a gas fireplace.
The spacious kitchen features an oversized island with a large eating bar and breakfast area. The hall bath is equipped with dual lavatories for convenience.
The master bedroom has a raised ceiling and opens into the well-equipped bath with dual lavatories, oversized corner jet tub, and large his and her walk-in closets.
The media/hobby space could be used as a home office or playroom.
There is a storage area off the garage for projects and storage and the third car garage could also be used as a workshop.
Related Plans: Need a two-car garage? See house plan 51006MM and 51097MM (no bonus room).
Need more space? See house plan 51058MM (2,401 s.f.).
Also see these alternate elevations: 5178MM (country) and 51122MM (Craftsman).
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1/4" scale with a door and window schedule. Floor plans are typically
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and 2"x6" wall framing may also be included as part of the plans, or
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Foundation types typically offered: (each type may or may not be
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Slab is a type of foundation consisting of a structural concrete slab poured
directly on the grade. No accessible space exists in slab construction. Slab
foundations are popular in areas (i.e. the Southern United States) where there
is a relatively high water table (i.e. the "water table" refers to
the depth in the soil at which you find water). Traditionally, the slab
foundation is the least expensive foundation type when building on a relatively
Crawlspace is a type of foundation which includes an accessible space with
limited headroom, typically between the soil and the bottom of the first floor
of a home. Crawlspace construction is predominant in areas where there is heavy
clay content in the soil, where the home owner needs additional under-home
storage space, or the homeowner needs access to pipes, wiring, etc. under the
floor of the home.
Basement is a type of foundation which includes an accessible space between
the soil and the bottom of the first floor of a home. It usually has more
headroom than a Crawlspace. Basement foundation construction is predominant in
cold climates where the foundation needs to be situated below the frost level.
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county's code will vary and a licensed plumber and/or electrician must follow