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07-001-275 797 Sq. Feet
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This picturesque French country carriage house has the garage and apartment separated with a private entry for each. The apartment is very livable with more than adequate kitchen and bath. The dining area has a unique angled dormer with a bay window providing a wide angle view of the scenery. Perfect for a lakeside lot! The two bedrooms have vaulted ceilings and plenty of closet space.

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This plan details: Price List:
Plan Number:07-001-275
Full Baths:1
Living Sq Ft:797
Garage Sq Ft:928
Porches Sq Ft:32
Total Sq Ft:1757
Main Ceiling Height:8'4"
Main Roof Pitch:12/12
Width:43' 0"
Depth:28' 9"
Height:23' 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
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Full reverse available for this plan

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