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Plan 17-2738

Plan 17-2738
3496 sq/ft,
5 beds,
3.5 baths,
89' 10" wide,
61' 6" deep


Plan Set
5 Copy Set
5 Copy and PDF Set
PDF Unlimited Build
CAD Unlimited Build
Daylight Basement
Wood 2x4
Wood 2x6
Right-Reading Reverse
Additional Construction Sets
Each Additional Set
Audio Video Design
Construction Guide
Roof Framing Detail

House Features

Formal Dining Room
Main Floor Master Bedroom
Walk In Closet
Breakfast Nook
Kitchenette Wet Bar
Den Office Study Computer
Exercise Room
Family Room Keeping Room
Great Room Living Room
Hobby Rec Room Game Room
Main Floor Laundry
Storage Area
Vaulted / Cathedral Ceilings
Side Entry Garage
Covered Front Porch

Styles Classifications



680 sq/ft
First Floor
2631 sq/ft
Second Floor
865 sq/ft
1611 sq/ft
61' 6"
27' 4"
89' 10"
Primary Pitch
Roof Framing
Combination Truss/Conventional
Roof Type

Floor Plan - Main Floor

Country Floor Plan - Main Floor Plan #17-2738

Floor Plan - Upper Floor

Country Floor Plan - Upper Floor Plan #17-2738
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