Home Plan

A wide front porch welcomes you home to this versatile three-bedroom design, Plan HMAFAPW1723 from Homeplans.com.

The plan includes 1,866 square feet of finished living space, with the option to double the size by completing the unfinished basement. A bonus room over the garage offers the possibility of another 288 square feet of space.

Inside, the family room opens to the island kitchen and eating nook. The drop zone in the kitchen’s corner provides a great place to charge your phone.

A see-through fireplace and wet bar separate the family room from the flex room, which can serve as a dining room, media space, or den — or all of these, as your family’s needs change.

From this space, step out to the screen porch, where you can enjoy the view in less-than-perfect weather.

A decorative ceiling, two walk-in closets and a covered porch make the master suite a special place for relaxing.

Two more bedrooms share a full hall bath. A bonus room above the two-car garage would make a great home theater, private office or craft room.

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, HMAFAPW1723.

Details

Bedrooms: 3+

Baths: 2 full

Main floor: 1,866 square feet

Total Living Area: 1,866 square feet

Bonus room: 288 square feet

Garage: 576 square feet

Dimensions: 64-0 x 54-0

Exterior wall framing: 2×6

Foundation options: standard basement, crawlspace

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