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House Plan on the Drawing Board 1481 is a Ranch design with a split-bedroom layout!
Update – Rear Elevation Added!
1929 sq ft, 3 beds, 2 baths
Conceptual House Plan 1481
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Conceptual design 1481 is a updated version of The Oakway house plan 968. The exterior is a mix of siding with stone-and-shake accents. This design works well on a narrower lot, with front-facing garage bays and a width of only 57 feet.
Tray ceilings that heighten the dining room and great room. A convenient kitchen pass-thru that connects to the great room. French doors in the great room and breakfast area that access the back porch and an arch in the master bedroom’s tray ceiling frames the window while a full bath separates additional bedrooms.
The storybook exterior features a front facing garage that is ideal for narrower lots. The arched garage bays add character to the whimsical exterior. This home enjoys a spacious single dining area while the kitchen is multi-functional with a center cook-top island and bar seating for casual eating and gathering. Two additional bedrooms are found upstairs, and are separated by a loft for privacy.