Oh, those country house plans! Don't we all (or should we say y'all) just love them? Front porches, back porches, wrap-around porches, screened porches, what do they remind you of? Wicker chairs, rocking chairs, Adirondacks and porch swings come to mind when envisioning Country House Plans. Probably the next most common feature is dormers. Dormers are vertical windows that project from a sloping roof. They are usually used to give more head-room and add illumination, but it is not uncommon... More >>
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This home features an open floorplan with the much-requested split-bedroom layout. The expansive master suite includes a trayed ceiling large his and her walk-in closets an oversized jet tub separate shower and large vanity next to her closet. Enjoy the vaulted ceiling gas log fireplace and attractive built-ins in the great room. All bedrooms include large walk-in closets with their own private bath. Note that Bedroom 2 could be used as an in-law suite. A ""flex space is provided for uses such as an home office/media center/half bath/hobby room/or winter-wear closet. The large kitchen features an island with oversized bar. Enjoy the covered front porch screened porch and patio on those lazy afternoons spent with family. The oversized garage is nearly 26 feet deep to provide ample space for storage and parking large vehicles. This home is designed to fulfill the needs of new couples families with children and empty-nesters that may need to take care of an elderly family member. A very versatile plan and easy-to-build!
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