Grand Home Plan

$3,000.00

Plans include land plan, foundation plan, floor plans, four exterior views, lighting plans, roof diagram, sections and details

Description

Grand home plan offers all the amenities, and then some

 

Grand home plan is a two story home design with panache. Enter the home through an atrium with a sixteen foot ceiling height, offering space for tall plants, or even butterflies.  As you enter the gallery, you’ll see the cathedral ceiling above the loft at the second floor level where the second and third bedroom share a bathroom. The master suite is located on the first floor level, and opens up to the amazing screened porch off the great room. More than a screened porch, there’s a roof top patio above

The closet off Suite II on the roof top patio doubles as an elevator . Install it now or later if the need arises. The floor trusses between the closets are blocked out, making for a simple task

2100 SF

Even though the exterior view gives the illusion of a mansion, this home comes in just under twenty one hundred square feet, however, don’t let the small size fool you. Each room offers a comfortable arrangement for living

Twelve foot ceiling heights are the norm for this plan

The fireplace is two way, so enjoy the fire from the great room and the screened porch as well, or opt for one or the other

The three car garage is unexpected for a home this size, as is the roof top garden above it. If you love gardening, but hate fighting the weeds, this garden spot will be a dream come true

The turret room has winding stairs leading up to the second floor, but it also offers a great spot for a grand piano. Have your way with the space beneath the stairs. Perhaps you’ll enjoy a built in desk as an office or study area

Two story house plan

There’s a gorgeous bar open to the dining, but you can serve your guest from the butler’s pantry. If wine is on the menu, a built in wine rack is tucked inside of the pantry. If the diner is casual, serve them beer you’ve brewed in your own brewery. No worries; it’s vented

Grand home plan looks like it cost a fortune, however, the roof structure is a simple gable, and not a beam in needed to support the structure. If you’re on a tight budget, the turret can be eliminated, and the right side of the house can mirror the left

 

 

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