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Check out these three floor plan options with a Farmhouse exterior!
By: Echo Dempsey
The Hickory Ridge is a popular Farmhouse style home plan. It brings country charm with twin gables, an arched entryway, columns and a brick facade. To provide customers with options we created a smaller version with The Peppermill and Conceptual design #1374 is a modernized version.
Leave a comment and tell us which floor plan features you prefer and why they are important to you. Classic or modern? Large or small? We would love your feedback!
In a previous blog article (April 2015) , I talked about homeowners doing more with less, and making creative use of the square footage they had available. Another great way to extend one’s living experience is through the addition of a walkout, or daylight, basement. Walkout basements are typically built on a sloped yard so that a portion of the basement can be above ground to allow for doorways (often sliding glass) and windows to allow light in. They offer flexible space and are ideal for creating additional square footage. Oftentimes walkout basements are open to allow for a number of potential uses—including an extra family room, an additional bedroom, an entertainment room, or even a storage or utility room.
The following are just some suggestions for converting your basement into functional space:
This compact house plan provides an open floor plan while maintaining defined rooms.
This charming cottage design offers easy living with modern features. A single dining room and vaulted great room are completely open to the kitchen, where counter seating is ideal for quick family meals. Separate mud and utility rooms provide storage and workspace hidden from view of the living areas, while a spacious master suite and screen porch with skylights and summer kitchen add luxury.
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