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 inviting home has country styling with upscale features. The front and rear covered porches add usable outdoor living space. Great room is vaulted with built in cabinets and gas fireplace. The spacious kitchen has an island with an eating bar. The hall bath is equipped with dual lavatories for convenience. The guest bedroom has walk in closets with a full bath conveniently located across the hall for use by other family members. There is a flex space which could be used as a computer center nursery home gym or extra closet.The master bedroom has a raised ceiling and opens into the well equipped bath with dual lavatories corner tub and separate walk in closets. The spacious laundry is located on an exterior wall for efficient dryer operation. Future space upstairs could be a playroom extra bedroom or just extra storage. The flex space could be used as a home office dining room or playroom. This is a very flexible home with lots of options.
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