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Plan 942-46

2687 sq/ft,
5 beds,
3.5 baths,
48' wide,
50' deep

Pricing

Plan Set
PDF Print Set
$2100.00
CAD Set
$2350.00
Study Set
$700.00
Foundation
Daylight Basement
+$0.00
Framing
Wood 2x6
$0.00
Right-Reading Reverse
Each
+$500.00
Audio Video Design
Each
$100.00
Construction Guide
Each
$39.00
Lighting Design
Each
$100.00

House Features

Lower Level Bedrooms
Main Floor Master Bedroom
Split Bedrooms
Upstairs Bedrooms
Walk In Closet
Eating Bar
Kitchen Island
Den Office Study Computer
Great Room Living Room
Front Entry Garage
Suited For Narrow Lot
Covered Front Porch
Covered Rear Porch

Styles Classifications

Country
Traditional
Cabin

Specifications

Basement
138 sq/ft
Garage
332 sq/ft
Lower Floor
891 sq/ft
Main Floor
1257 sq/ft
Porch
281 sq/ft
Upper Floor
539 sq/ft
Depth
50'
Height
37'
Width
48'
Primary Pitch
10:12
Roof Framing
Combination
Roof Type
Shake/Metal
Secondary Pitch
4:12
Ceiling Details
Two story ceiling in Living area.
Lower Ceiling
9'
Main Ceiling
9'
Upper Ceiling Ft
9'

Floor Plan - Main Floor

Country Floor Plan - Main Floor Plan #942-46

Floor Plan - Upper Floor

Country Floor Plan - Upper Floor Plan #942-46

Floor Plan - Lower Floor

Country Floor Plan - Lower Floor Plan #942-46
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