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HDC-4483-36 - Ixora
|Living Sq. Ft:||4483 sq. ft.||Floors||2|
|Bedrooms:||4||Width||94 ft. - 0 in.|
|Baths:||4.5||Depth||86 ft. - 0 in.|
|Italian / Luxury / Mediterranean|
As low as: $1800.00
The Ixora is an eye-catching Mediterranean style home plan designed for a rear-view oriented homesite with pocket doors and mitered glass allowing the home to be flooded with light. Upon entry from the foyer, you will find a spacious dining room and a very large living room with a stone fireplace and a wall of glass allowing unobstructed views across the pool and out onto sunset bay views. These are just a few highlights that make this house plan prefect design for waterfront homesites.
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