Home Plan

Country living is the focus of this charming design, Plan HMAFAPW00637 from Homeplans.com.

The design features 1,835 square feet of living space on one level. A full basement allows for future expansion that will double the space.

A cozy front porch leads to the foyer with the bedrooms on the right and the living spaces straight ahead.

From the windowed front-facing breakfast room, enter the efficient kitchen with its large pantry, snack-bar pass-through to the gathering room, and passage to the dining room. A planning desk near the laundry room provides a perfect place to drop your keys and charge your phone on the way in from the garage.

The gathering room and dining room feature sloped ceilings, a fireplace and access to the rear terrace.

Terrace access also is available from the master bedroom with its sloped ceiling and a master bath that includes a whirlpool tub, a separate shower and a vanity area in addition to two sinks.

A study at the front of the house can be converted into a third bedroom. Thoughtful details include linen closets by the bedrooms, built-in shelves in the hallway to the gathering room, and extra storage space in the garage.

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, HMAFAPW00637.

Details

•Bedrooms: 3

•Baths: 2

•Main floor: 1,835 square feet

•Total living area: 1,835 square feet

•Standard basement: 1,385 square feet

•Garage and storage: 485 square feet

•Dimensions: 71-0 x 43-5

•Exterior wall framing: 2×6

•Foundation options: standard basement

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