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Plan 1066-51

3355 sq/ft,
4 beds,
3 baths,
59' wide,
46' 6" deep

Pricing

Plan Set
PDF Set
$1329.00
5 Copy Set
$1434.00
8 Copy Set
$1539.00
Reproducible Set
$1539.00
CAD Set
$3750.00
Single Set
$1224.00
Foundation
Crawlspace
+$0.00
Slab
+$300.00
Framing
Wood 2x6
$0.00
Right-Reading Reverse
Each
+$350.00
Additional Construction Sets
Each Additional Set
+$125.00/each
Audio Video Design
Each
$100.00
Construction Guide
Each
$39.00
Lighting Design
Each
$200.00
Mirror Reversed Sets
Each Additional Set
+$350.00

House Features

Upstairs Bedrooms
Upstairs Master Bedrooms
Walk In Closet
Breakfast Nook
Eating Bar
Kitchen Island
Walk In Pantry Cabinet Pantry
Den Office Study Computer
Great Room Living Room
Loft
Mud Room
Upstairs Laundry
Den Office Study Computer
Great Room Living Room
Loft
Mud Room
Upstairs Laundry
Front Entry Garage

Styles Classifications

Contemporary House Plans
Modern House Plans and Home Plans

Specifications

Garage
450 sq/ft
Main Floor
1592 sq/ft
Patios
512 sq/ft
Porch
35 sq/ft
Upper Floor
1763 sq/ft
Depth
46' 6"
Height
28' 7"
Width
59'
Primary Pitch
4/12
Roof Framing
Trusses
Roof Load
25 PSF
Roof Type
Hip
Ceiling Details
Entry foyer ceiling open to above
Garage Ceiling
11' 6"
Main Ceiling
10'
Upper Ceiling Ft
9'

Floor Plan - Main Floor Plan

Contemporary Floor Plan - Main Floor Plan Plan #1066-51

Floor Plan - Upper Floor Plan

Contemporary Floor Plan - Upper Floor Plan Plan #1066-51
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