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09-003-275 932 Sq. Feet
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Second Floor Plan
House Plan Notes:
A window box on the upper level Palladian window and a stone veneer on the lower level enhances the country feel of this modern day carriage house that places a space efficient two bedroom home above a three bay garage. A shed roof protects the winding stairway entry, while gabled windows brighten the interior. The floor plan revolves around a central living room with vaulted ceilings that visually amplifies the space. To the right of the the living area is the dining room and an efficient compact kitchen. A laundry alcove is concealed in a hallway separating the two bedrooms and bath.
This plan details: Price List:
Plan Number:09-003-275
Full Baths:1
Living Sq Ft:932
Garage Sq Ft:974
Total Sq Ft:1906
Main Ceiling Height:9'6"
Main Roof Pitch:9/12
Width:41' 5"
Depth:25' 5"
Height:27' 2"
Parking Bays:3
5 Set Package:$485.00
9 Set Package:$575.00
13 Set Package:$665.00
Mirror Image:$25.00
Full Reverse:$65.00
Additional Set:$40.00 ea.
This plan features: Foundation Options:
Full reverse is available on this home plan
Material list is not available
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Baby blues not available
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Full reverse available for this plan

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