HOUSE PLAN 1367-THE BAYSWATER IS NOW AVAILABLE

This waterfront house plan is compact, with open living areas and secluded private rooms.

NOW AVAILABLE!

Conversation flows easily from the two-story great room with open stair case to the kitchen and dining room. The bedroom/study has a walk-in closet and bathroom access. Upstairs, the master suite and secondary bedroom meet at a convenient walk-through utility room. An island basement provides storage and parking space, while a home elevator makes it easy to move between floors in this house plan.

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House Plan Coastal Design Now Available #1367
3 beds, 3 baths, approx. 1943 sq.ft.

Island Basement House Plan: Coastal Design Now Available #1367
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House Plan: Coastal Design Now Available #1367
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House Plan: Coastal Design Now Available #1367
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Design In Progress #1367 was inspired by the Sandifer Home Plan #750-C.

This waterfront home features a super slim design for very narrow lots, but plenty of room for family and friends. A two-story ceiling amplifies the open great room with overlooking second floor balcony and clerestory windows. The back porch, dining room, kitchen, and great room flow effortlessly together to create a generous space for socializing and entertaining. The master suite enjoys views from its second floor porch while pampering homeowners with a large walk-in closet and master bath with his and her vanities separated by a garden tub. The laundry room is conveniently located on the second floor. Two secondary bedrooms and two full baths complete this home’s comfortable design.

Here is a comparison of the floor pans!

Main Level of The Sandifer - Coastal Home Plan 750-C

Second Floor Plan of The Sandifer - House Plan 750-C

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3 thoughts on “HOUSE PLAN 1367-THE BAYSWATER IS NOW AVAILABLE”

  1. Since I am looking for a smaller home, I would keep the elevator and would prefer eliminating the upper floor and utilizing the area used by the staircase with the laundry and an extended bathroom with a walk-in/seated shower.

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