This plan features a spacious kitchen with ample storage and a large 9-1/2 foot long center island which comfortably seats up to four. The kitchen has direct access to both the walk-in pantry and rear dining porch which can be screened in or left open. The optional vaulted ceiling in the living room and kitchen rises to 13-1/2 feet at the center. The barn doors leading into the master suite and guest room can either be closed for privacy or left open to provide great sightlines through the large 5' wide opening. The modern walk-in shower in the master bathroom provides both easy access and eliminates the maintenance required by glass doors. The master bathroom also includes a dual sink vanity and direct backyard access. The master suite includes both a standard closet and a walk-in closet. This design also features a covered front porch, mudroom/laundry room, linen and coat closets, large mechanical closet and a full bath for guests. The guest room flex space can also be used for a home office or formal dining parties. The oversized double garage features two 9' wide x 8' tall single garage doors.
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Ideal for semi-sloped or level lot, home can be built off of grade, typically 18” - 48”.
A concrete slab that covers the ground with no anchoring, it simply floats. Typical for garages and workshop plans.
A single concrete pour with thicker portions that replace footers under load bearing walls and all perimeter edges.
Ideal for level lot, single layer concrete poured directly on grade.
Stem Wall Foundation
Joins the foundation with a house’s vertical walls; often part of stem-wall slab foundation systems, which are constructed like a crawlspace foundation but filled in and compacted, then the slab is poured.
Ideal for level lot, lower level of home partially or fully underground.
Walk Out Basement
Ideal for a sloping lot, lower level with outdoor access.
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