Ideal for a sloping lot, this home welcomes family and friends to stretch out over two levels. The main floor presents an open layout that makes it easy to move from the great room to the open dining area and into the island kitchen. A fireplace creates warm ambiance on the generous screened porch. Owners will love their large walk-in closet and private bathroom with two sinks and a large shower. Downstairs in the finished walkout basement, three more bedrooms house kids or visitors with ease. A rec room in the middle includes a wet bar for easy snack preparation and access to the patio.
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Foundation Plan and Footings
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