Traditional house plans are another category of house styles that really does not have any features in particular. They will typically have a tailored, more conservative look, but can have some 'decorative accessories' such as covered porches, dormers or shutters. Traditional house plans might be faced in brick, stucco or siding. Additionally, Traditional home plans could be 1 story, 2 story or multi-level.... More >>
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This quaint country cottage boasts 1798 sq. ft. of heated living space plus an additional 328 sq. ft. bonus room. The welcoming covered front porch leads into an entry space with direct access to a home office. With its walk-in closet and a private entrance to a bathroom this room could also function as an additional bedroom. The 16x 222 family room with cozy corner fireplace is the quintessential gathering room naturally lit with its radius clerestory windows front and back. A gourmet kitchen casual dining room and a rear covered porch overlooking the pool make this home a delight for entertaining. The generous master suite features a sitting area and large walk-in closet with separate his-and-hers sections. An additional sunny secondary bedroom with a walk-in closet completes this charming plan.
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