New House Plan on the Drawing Board 1435 draws inspiration from an English Cottage.
4 beds, 3 baths, approx 1852 sq ft.
Conceptual Home Design 1435
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Conceptual Home Design 1435 is an updated version of The Runnymeade #1164 with some additional square footage. This charming cottage exterior is wrapped in stone and cedar shakes. Shed dormers, a cupola, and metal accents adorn this exterior.
This two-story, European style home plan features an arched front entry and is adorned with stacked gables. The master suite and a secondary bedroom/study complete the first floor and three additional bedrooms are upstairs, along with two full baths and a bonus room. The great room opens to a screened porch with summer kitchen and skylights. The garage and utility room each offer outdoor access.
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