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The Julius 2 may be entered through the recessed gabled entry, protecting you from inclement weather. The ground-level garage entrance is within the entry for easy access.

On the next floor, kitchen amenities include a dishwasher, large walk-in pantry, range and oven. Tucked in behind the kitchen is a utility room with space for a washer and dryer. The eating bar connects the kitchen to the nook and dining room, for easy access by the cook of the house.

Elegant in its simplicity, the living room is adorned with two large windows for enjoying nature. It is sure to be a gathering place for the family.

The private master suite is large, with plenty of windows to enjoy the morning sun or an evening sunset. Its amenities include a large walk-in closet, a private bath with linen storage, and a shower.

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For a study plan of the Julius 2 (403-43), send $15 to Landmark Designs, Inc., 33127 Saginaw Road E., Cottage Grove, OR 97424. Order or search online at www.ldiplans.com.

Order free compact discs of the portfolio ($5 shipping and handling). Save 30 percent on construction plans using the code LHE98 online, or by mailing or calling 800-562-1151.

The third-floor recreation-den is spacious and made for relaxing after a long day at work or school. This enormous room has enough space for a pool table or ping-pong table, a big-screen television and a couple of couches. For outdoor entertainment, the deck is accessible from the recreation-den through sliding glass doors.

Completing the floor plan on this level is a bedroom with vaulted ceiling, a large walk-in closet and a built-in desk. The bedroom shares a bathroom with the recreation-den.

The garage has a large storage or shop area in one corner. There is room for plenty of storage. The odd jobber of the house will have plenty of space for working on hobbies or fix-it projects.

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