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Plan 930-220

3342 sq/ft,
4 beds,
2.5 baths,
79' wide,
79' 2" deep

Pricing

Plan Set
PDF Set
$1774.00
Foundation
Crawlspace
+$0.00
Basement
+$275.00
Framing
Wood 2x6
$0.00
Additional Construction Sets
Each Additional Set
+$65.00/each
Audio Video Design
Each
$100.00
Construction Guide
Each
$39.00
Material List
Each
+$195.00

House Features

Formal Dining Room
Formal Living Room / Parlor
Breakfast Nook
Kitchen Island
Walk In Pantry Cabinet Pantry
Den Office Study Computer
Main Floor Laundry
Covered Front Porch
Covered Rear Porch
Deck

Styles Classifications

Colonial
European
Traditional

Specifications

Bonus
584 sq/ft
First Floor
1865 sq/ft height 10'
Second Floor
1477 sq/ft height 9' 4"
Depth
79' 2"
Height
37'
Width
79'
Primary Pitch
10:12
Roof Framing
Combination Truss/Conventional
Roof Type
Shingle

Floor Plan - Main Floor

Colonial Floor Plan - Main Floor Plan #930-220

Floor Plan - Upper Floor

Colonial Floor Plan - Upper Floor Plan #930-220
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