In just over 1,550 square feet, you’ll enjoy all the comforts of a large home without the price tag. Stone, shingle siding and horizontal siding combine to create an exterior that attracts plenty of attention. As you enter the home, an open concept floor plan leads you to the back of the home where the kitchen, great room and dining room are located. Nine-foot ceilings with a ten-foot step up in the great room create a volume that feels much larger. The bedrooms lie to the left of the home with the master suite at the back. The second bedroom and full bath lie to the front of the entry. Finally, a three-stall garage creates plenty of room for a growing family.
1569 Total Living Area 1569 Main Level 2 Bedrooms 2 Full Baths 3 Car Garage 54' W x 54' D
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Previous Q & A
Previous Questions and Answers
Q:I find that the AC/Heat unit is much more quite if located in the attic. Could those stairs access the attic to allow this? Also what are the OD dimensions of the tub in the Master Bathroom?
A:The stairs could be used to access the attic if they were changed to go up instead of down. However, we would have to change the roof structure to either storage or room in attic trusses. Also, you would not have stairs going down to the basement. You could also just have a typical 22X30 Attic Access to access the unit without having stairs up to it.
The tub dimensions are 36” x 60”
Date Posted: 06-Apr-16
Q:House Plan 73259 does not show any locations for AC/Heat or water heater. Can the steps shown in the foyer be used to access the attic where these services can be located?? Thank you! Al
A:The utilities are all located in the lower level. If a slab option is purchased the stairs are replaced with a mechanical room.
Date Posted: 05-Apr-16
Q:Will you tell me the size of the shower in the Master Bathroom?? Thanks!
A:Master shower is 36” x 48”
Date Posted: 05-Apr-16
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