Home plan

  • Associated Press
  • Wednesday, August 15, 2012 1:25pm
  • Life

Looking for a roomy family home with an open layout? Plan HMAFAPW1705 from Homeplans.com is for you.

The home features 2,776 square feet of finished living space on two levels, with an additional 2,061 square feet of space in the unfinished basement.

Enter under a radius window into the foyer and then ahead to the large, open gathering space. Here, the great room, kitchen and breakfast nook flow into one another, with columns gracefully delineating spaces.

There’s room for guests to sit and chat at the kitchen island, and room to prep food as well. Windows brighten the breakfast nook, which opens to a side porch that would be a perfect place to set up a grill.

With its entrance tucked away out of sight, the master bedroom enjoys privacy away from secondary bedrooms. The master bath has a corner tub, separate shower, two walk-in closets (one with a window), and a double-sink vanity.

Three more bedrooms, one quite large, share a full hall bath upstairs.

Use the library downstairs as a den, home office, media room or even a small exercise room.

Thoughtful details include the closet on the way in from the three-car garage (no need to pass through the laundry room), and several different linen closets and other storage areas around the house.

To build this house, order a complete set of construction documents at www.houseoftheweek.com or call toll free 866-772-1013 and reference the plan number, HMAFAPW1705.

Details

Bedrooms: 4

Baths: 2½

Upper floor: 715 square feet

Main floor: 2,061 square feet

Total Living Area: 2,776 square feet

Garage: 655 square feet

Dimensions: 75-0 x 53-4

Exterior wall framing: 2×6

Foundation options:

Standard basement

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