Mediterranean House Plan

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

Description

Mediterranean house plan loaded with features

Mediterranean house plan is traditionally in keeping with exterior styling, however, step inside, and you’ll be surprised. Curved stairs set in bow window spill out onto the entry, creating graceful step down to foyer, open to above with niche. Living area is open with corner fireplace tucked into the niche where the curves meet. The original house was built in a development, however, privacy walls allow the luxury of extra glass. If you don’t have a view, create one with a lanai

Spanish house plans

Inverted bow on the back has nano wall, which is a slider door designed that offers a clear space. They are pricey, so garden doors that work on the bend work quite well. Inside the curve is covered patio. When company comes, pull the cluster of tables away from the island to create cafe style dining areas. Push them in after dining to create space. Corner kitchen windows open to outdoor bar, taking the place of the window sill

Narrow house plan

One car garage with storage or work space, can easily become two car

Take the stairs up, and find a loft area that curves around the bend, with built in book shelves and desk in a niche. Bedrooms two and three each have a private bath. Suite three has a false balcony, however, make it real if you so desire. The Master suite has its own fireplace, and the balcony it walks out to is definitely real. The reflection pool will be appreciated from the first and the second floor. Double vanity, separate tub and shower with his and hers closets give this design the amenities to compete, however, no plan competes with these amazing walls

Mediterranean house plan

You might think the walk in closet curves wasteful of space, but such is not the case. Round shelves offer a visual of the items it supports. The owner took it to the limit by turning them into lazy Susan style

2100 SF

Consider building a custom home design

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Author: Brenda Rand