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Plan 927-1021

2551 sq/ft,
4 beds,
3.5 baths,
71' 5" wide,
99' 6" deep

Pricing

Plan Set
5 Copy Set
$1490.00
8 Copy Set
$1580.00
PDF Unlimited Build
$1730.00
Reproducible Set
$1815.00
CAD Set
$3300.00
Foundation
Crawlspace
+$0.00
Walk Out Basement
+$0.00
Framing
Wood 2x4
$0.00
Right-Reading Reverse
Each
+$250.00
Audio Video Design
Each
$100.00
Construction Guide
Each
$39.00

House Features

Main Floor Master Bedroom
Upstairs Bedrooms
Walk In Closet
Butler's Pantry
Eating Bar
Kitchen Island
Walk In Pantry Cabinet Pantry
Den Office Study Computer
Main Floor Laundry
Detached Garage
Side Entry Garage
Suited For View Lot
Courtyard
Covered Front Porch
Covered Rear Porch
Screened Porch
Wrap Around Porch

Styles Classifications

Farmhouse
Traditional
Classical

Specifications

Basement
1801 sq/ft
Bonus
469 sq/ft
Garage
960 sq/ft
Main Floor
1801 sq/ft
Upper Floor
750 sq/ft
Depth
99' 6"
Height
34' 2"
Width
71' 5"
Primary Pitch
10:12
Roof Framing
conventional
Roof Load
20 lb live load
Roof Type
shingle
Main Ceiling
10'
Upper Ceiling Ft
9'

Floor Plan - Main Floor

Farmhouse Floor Plan - Main Floor Plan #927-1021

Floor Plan - Upper Floor

Farmhouse Floor Plan - Upper Floor Plan #927-1021
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