Home plan

If you’re looking for an open, highly functional one-story layout, take a look at plan HMAFAPW1720 from Homeplans.com.

The single-level, four-bedroom design features 3,029 square feet of finished living space on one level. An optional bonus room over the garage adds another 288 square feet.

Each of the four bedrooms has a walk-in closet, with the master suite offering the most comfortable accommodations of all; the suite includes a large bedroom and adjoining sitting room, along with a fabulous master bath.

The whole family will enjoy relaxing in the spacious great room, which flows easily to the dining area and kitchen. Sit by the fireplace, or step out to the back porch.

In the kitchen, there’s plenty of counter space at the central island and the peninsula. Seat kids at the snack counter for quick breakfasts, or set up appetizers here when company comes over.

The mudroom is the perfect place to store shoes and coats on the way in from the two-car garage.

Need more space? The bonus room upstairs would make a great home theater, complete with a half-bath.

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, HMAFAPW1720.

Details

Bedrooms: 4+

Baths: 3

Main floor: 3,029 square feet

Total living area: 3,029 square feet

Bonus room: 288 square feet

Garage and storage: 668 square feet

Dimensions: 70-0 x 80-0

Exterior wall framing: 2×4

Foundation options: crawlspace, slab

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