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Ranch House Plan 041-00057

Sq Ft1,500
Beds3
Baths2
1/2 Baths0
Stories1
Cars2
Width55' 8"
Depth55' 6"
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Main Floor for House Plan #041-00057
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  • Cover Sheet
    Cover sheet typically includes a front view of the plan (may be in color), index of pages included, and other miscellaneous notes and details.
  • Foundation Plan & Details
    Foundation plans describe to the builder, the type of foundation requested by the home owner or the type of foundation required by a certain geographic area. In most cases, the foundation plan will include footing sizes and locations, footing details and other important information needed to properly construct the home. In some specific areas, a structural engineer may be required to review and certify the house plans purchased. These reasons include, but are not limited to the following: seismic (earthquake) considerations, high wind (coastal , mountainous areas, etc.), snow loads, etc.
  • Floor Plans
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  • Exterior Elevations
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  • Building Sections
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  • Electrical Plan
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About This Plan

This stylish brick ranch offers outstanding exterior features and a design friendly interior floor plan. There is an oversized great room with flex space attached and a stunning wall of windows and rear porch access. The great room is open to the dining room and kitchen which features a center island worktop and raised bar area, a separate pantry and plenty of additional counter and cabinet space. An office with built-in cabinetry is off the kitchen as well as the utility room. Two bedrooms with large closet space shall a hall bath and double linen closets. The master suite is situated on the opposite side of the home for privacy and is highlighted by a trey ceiling bedroom. The master bath anchors his and her walk-in closets and features a jetted tub, dual vanities, separate shower and a compartmentalized toilet. A two car garage with additional storage space completes the home and makes it ideal for a family who values function and comfort.