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Plan 124-1197

872 sq/ft,
1 beds,
1.5 baths,
37' wide,
47' deep

Pricing

Plan Set
PDF Print Set
$395.00
5 Copy and PDF Set
$435.00
Eight Copy and PDF Set
$475.00
PDF Master Set
$745.00
CAD Set
$820.00
Master Builder Package
$925.00
Single Set
$295.00
Study Set
$295.00
Foundation
Slab
+$0.00
Framing
Wood 2x6
$0.00
Right-Reading Reverse
Each
+$75.00
Additional Construction Sets
Each Additional Set
+$20.00/each
Additional Use License
Each
$295.00
Audio Video Design
Each
$100.00
Construction Guide
Each
$39.00

House Features

Upstairs Master Bedrooms
Walk In Closet
Great Room Living Room
Main Floor Laundry
Storage Area
Workshop
Great Room Living Room
Main Floor Laundry
Storage Area
Workshop
Front Entry Garage
RV Garage

Styles Classifications

Traditional
Beach

Specifications

Garage
1663 sq/ft
Main Floor
76 sq/ft
Upper Floor
796 sq/ft
Depth
47'
Height
27' 8"
Width
37'
Primary Pitch
6/12
Roof Framing
Truss/Stick
Roof Load
20
Main Ceiling
9'
Upper Ceiling Ft
8'

Floor Plan - Main Floor

Traditional Floor Plan - Main Floor Plan #124-1197

Floor Plan - Upper Floor

Traditional Floor Plan - Upper Floor Plan #124-1197
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