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Myrtle Creek (26-001-310) 2647 Sq. Feet
Main Floor Plan
Second Floor Plan
House Plan Notes:
Two Story
Five  Bedrooms
Two car Garage
Three Baths
Classic Florida Style
High ceilings and two volume spaces make this design feel larger than life
Large island Kitchen with eating bar and pantry, is open to Family Room
Luxurious Master Suite with  large his and hers walk in closets and
   tray ceiling and regal Master Bath
This plan details: Price List:
Plan Number:26-001-310
Full Baths:3
Living Sq Ft:2647
First Floor Sq Ft:1338
Second Floor Sq Ft:1309
Garage Sq Ft:390
Porches Sq Ft:50
Total Sq Ft:3087
Main Ceiling Height:20'7" and 9'7"
Main Roof Pitch:5/12
Width:35' "
Depth:56' 11"
Height:28' 6"
Parking Bays:2
3 Set Package:$675.00
5 Set Package:$725.00
8 Set Package:$800.00
Full Reverse:$250.00
Additional Set:$50.00 ea.
CAD File:$1,400.00
This plan features: Foundation Options:
This house plan can be modified
Full reverse is available on this home plan
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2x6 exterior wall

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