Home Plan

This design, Plan HMAFAPW1717 from Homeplans.com, makes extraordinary use of modest square footage.

The home features 2,091 square feet of finished living space. A bonus room over the garage offers another 349 square feet of space to finish or use for storage.

The spacious kitchen and family room serve as the heart of the home, with a see-through fireplace between the kitchen and the dining room. This clever placement frees up the back wall for windows.

An island provides extra counter space in the kitchen, which also has a snack bar.

The media room/study offers a quiet spot to work from home, with the powder bath conveniently near.

Tucked away on the left side for privacy, the master suite featues a box-bayed sitting area, double walk-in closets and private deck access.

On the other side of the home, two family bedrooms share a bathroom with dual vanities.

Extensive outdoor spaces include a hearth-warmed barbecue porch for year-round comfort.

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, HMAFAPW1717.

Details

Bedrooms: 3-plus

Baths: 2 full, 1 half

Main floor: 2,091 square feet

Total Living Area: 2,091 square feet

Bonus space: 349 square feet

Garage: 495 square feet

Dimensions: 78-9 x 71-5

Exterior wall framing: 2×6

Foundation options:

Slab

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