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HDC-2123-5

Living Sq. Ft: 2123 sq. ft. Floors 1
Bedrooms: 3 Width 60 ft. - 0 in.
Baths: 2.5 Depth 76 ft. - 0 in.
Available Foundations:
Slab /Crawlspace
Architectural Styles:
Traditional / Country / Ranch / French Country

As low as: $690.00

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Welcome back to porch swings and yesterday with this classic southern country design! Wrap around porches and dormers give this home just the right touches to make you feel at home. BUT step inside and you will know that this home is designed for TODAY. The Huge Great Room boasts a 10'-0" celing and a wall of windows looking onto the rear covered porch. From the Great Room a 5'-0" high wall seperates the angled bar kitchen from the guests view without closing off the cook. The island holds a drop in downdraft range and built-in convection/microwave combo. A 42" high raised snack bar gives an extra eating area to the Dining Area. The Master Bedroom has french doors looking out onto the rear porch. A spa style bath holds dual sinks, a whirlpool tub and a large custom shower. His and Her closets give this home tons of storage! A wonderful walk-in pantry holds a freezer and all the room you need to store extra grocerys, towels, or extra items for the kitchen. A cute 1/2 bath is tucked close to the laundry room and near the side door for guests. Bedrooms 2 and 3 share a nice size bath.

 

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HDC-1716-5, HDC-2052-5
 

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1st Floor Plan:


1st Floor Plan
House Plan Features:

HDC-2123-5

Specifications: Square Footage:
Bedrooms 3
Baths 2.5
Floors 1
Garage / Stalls No
 
Available Foundations:
Slab /Crawlspace
 
Architectural Styles:
Traditional / Country / Ranch / French Country
 
Designer Comments:
None.
 
Related House Plans:
HDC-1716-5, HDC-2052-5
 
Total Heated 2123
Total Unheated 1008
Total 3131
 
Home Dimensions & Footprint:
Width 60 ft. - 0 in.
Depth 76 ft. - 0 in.
Ridge Height 0 ft. - 0 in.
 
Other Floor Plan Information:
Roof Pitch 8 in 12
Exterior Wall Construction 2x4
Ceiling Height 9
Roof Type(s) Hip
House Plan Pricing:
PDF File Set:  $ 975.00
Reproducible Sets:   $ 975.00
8 Sets:   $ 775.00
5 Sets:   $ 740.00
3 Sets:   $ 690.00
Available Options
Materials List:   $ 95.00
Extra Sets:   $ 45.00
Full Reverse Set:   $ 150.00
Mirror Reverse Set:   $ 50.00
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