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Traditional House Plan 041-00229

Sq Ft2,095
Beds4
Baths2
1/2 Baths0
Stories1
Cars2
Width70' 2"
Depth50' 2"
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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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  • Roof Plan
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  • Interior Cabinet Views
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  • Electrical Plan
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About This Plan

This enthralling Traditional house plan features an exterior highlighted with an enchanting compilation of exterior design elements such as brick, timber, and board and batten. Adding substantial charm and character to the home’s façade, the front and rear porches offer a functional place to either greet guest or lounge outdoors, while the warm shutters and multi-colored brickwork are a striking background. The side-entry garage delivers an uninterrupted view of the front exterior. It also hosts plenty of space for two vehicles and two storage closets under the stairwell. The interior floor plan is an open layout with four bedrooms and two bathrooms located in approximately 2,239 square feet of living space. There is additional square footage overhead the garage in the bonus room; over 250 extra feet for a guest bedroom with a third bathroom, a multi-purpose family room, or an artist’s studio.


The main front entry grants access into the home’s foyer which opens into the family common rooms. The great room sits under decorative beam ceilings that direct the attention to the warming fireplace, built-in cabinetry, and an expansive rear wall of windows with rear porch access. There is an adjoining large kitchen which opens onto the dining room. The kitchen features an eat-in bar on the center island, plentiful cabinet and counter space, and an adjacent walk-in food pantry. The dining room features a sloped ceiling and enough space to accommodate a good-sized table.


The split bedroom plan offers a master suite at one end of the home and three secondary bedrooms are situated on the opposite side. All the secondary bedrooms are similarly sized with window views and great closet space. They all share a hall bathroom with two vanities separate from the shared toilet and tub/shower combination area. There are also extra linen closets for convenience. The master suite is highlighted with a spacious trey ceiling bedroom and rear window views along with an en suite bathroom and walk-in closet. The elegantly designed bathroom features dual vanities, a custom shower, a garden tub, and a master closet with pocket door access to the laundry room. This Traditional house plan showcases a stunning exterior and an expandable interior floor plan.