home plan

Simple but smart, Plan HMAFAPW1716 from Homeplans.com offers a great one-story layout with 2,136 square feet of finished living space.

Step inside past the welcoming porch to enjoy a clear sightline from the foyer back through the living room window, a clever design trick to enhance the sense of spaciousness.

The formal room to the right is well positioned to serve as a dining room, with excellent proximity to the kitchen, which enjoys illumination from a skylight.

Use the “away room” to the left for a media space, home office or den, or perhaps even as an exercise room. Further in, a fireplace on the side wall warms the living room without blocking views out the back windows.

For casual meals, enjoy sitting in the bright breakfast nook, which leads out to the rear porch.

The master suite provides peaceful seclusion, as well as walk-in closets and sinks for each partner and a lovely tray ceiling in the bedroom.

Two additional bedrooms, each with a fun window seat, share a Jack-and-Jill bath across the home.

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, HMAFAPW1716.

Details

Bedrooms: 3

Baths: 2

Main floor: 2,136 sq. ft.

Total Living Area: 2,136 sq. ft.

Garage: 484 sq. ft.

Dimensions: 67-7 x 46-2

Exterior wall framing: 2×6

Foundation options: slab

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