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Plan 927-980

2205 sq/ft,
3 beds,
2.5 baths,
61' wide,
76' deep

Pricing

Plan Set
PDF Set
$1490.00
Reproducible Set
$1565.00
CAD Set
$2850.00
Foundation
Basement
+$0.00
Crawlspace
+$0.00
Slab
+$0.00
Additional Construction Sets
Each Additional Set
+$45.00/each
Audio Video Design
Each
$100.00
Construction Guide
Each
$39.00
Home Furniture Planner
Each
$19.00
Lighting Design
Each
$100.00
Right-Reading Reverse
Each
+$250.00

House Features

Main Floor Bedrooms
Main Floor Master Bedroom
Split Bedrooms
Walk In Closet
Kitchen Island
Walk In Pantry Cabinet Pantry
Great Room Living Room
Main Floor Laundry
Mud Room
Play Flex Room
Sunroom
Great Room Living Room
Main Floor Laundry
Mud Room
Play Flex Room
Sunroom
Side Entry Garage
Suited For Corner Lot
Covered Front Porch
Covered Rear Porch
Screened Porch

Styles Classifications

Country House Plans
Craftsman House Plans and Home Plan Designs
Ranch House Plans and Floor Plan Designs

Specifications

Basement Unfinished
2205 sq/ft
Bonus
704 sq/ft
First Floor
2205 sq/ft height 9'
Garage
594 sq/ft
Depth
76'
Height
27' 6"
Width
61'
Primary Pitch
12:12
Roof Framing
Conventional
Roof Type
Metal

Floor Plan - Main Floor Plan

Country Floor Plan - Main Floor Plan Plan #927-980

Floor Plan - Other Floor Plan

Optional Bonus Level
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