The Leland house plan 1449 is current being built in Tianjin, China
The Zhong family purchased The Leland house plan 1449 and has started construction in Tianjin, China! Tianjin is a port city in Northeastern China and is about a hour from Beijing.
As you can see in the photo above, construction is underway and they have started laying the foundation. Mr. Zhong initially contacted our customer service team in August of this year to begin inquiring about our house plans. Since building codes and practices in China vary greatly from the US, he settled on AutoCAD plans so necessary adjustments could be made to meet local codes and practices. For example, lumber is limited in China so they typically use steel, brick, or concrete for framing. Mr. Zhong plans to use concrete and brick for his version of The Leland. The plans also needed to be converted to the metric system of measurement and many of the abbreviations used on our blueprints were not know to Mr. Zhong, so he worked with our customer service team and our on-call designer to make sure he and his local designer understood all of the details. We can’t wait to see how this home progresses!
The Leland Plan 1449
At home on a narrow-lot, The Leland is fifty-feet wide and features a front-entry garage. This two-story home makes a lasting first impression with multiple gables that draw the eye upward. A metal accent roof and columned front porch complement this low-maintenance exterior. An open dining space flows nicely into the exceptionally spacious island kitchen. The great room facilitates relaxation with a fireplace and views to the rear, while multiple doors access the skylight-topped porch. Additionally, a mud room, utility room, and various closets create a multi-function work station to keep busy families organized and on-task. The master suite is upstairs with over-sized walk-in closets and a luxurious bathroom. Find three additional bedrooms upstairs and a bedroom/study, convenient for guests, on the first floor.
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