There is nothing more rewarding than coming home to a simple yet peaceful house in a pleasant neighborhood with your family rushing out to greet you. If you are sick and tired of bright neon lights, loud car horns and shouting neighbors, now is probably the time to move into a stress-free environment.
This house offers you just that and more. The exterior is mainly composed of wooden panels for the walls and the floors. It has a small grass yard surrounding it, which is perfect for family members with green thumbs who want to unleash their landscaping creativity. The front porch is very spacious and welcoming, perfect for when neighbors come over for a quick chit-chat. It’s also a very relaxing place for dads who want to read the paper while sipping a cup of coffee in peace.
The design is very strategic when you come to think of it. The windows are installed in appropriate places where the light should come in. Windows, after all, are essential parts of the house. It plays a big role in the emotions of people. A room that is devoid of natural sunlight will most likely affect the mood of the person staying in it negatively. On the other hand, if the room is given enough sunlight, that person will always feel refreshed and energized each day, not to mention productive.
The original design of the house includes three spacious bedrooms which make the place ideal for a small to medium-sized family. The design may also be built on steel frames to ensure its durability.
Stats: 1,705 square feet, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. More details and features in the plans below.
Blue Print Plans: Scroll down below!
Construction ready floor plans: get here.
Note: this home may be constructed using metal framing; however, you should always consult your local architect-engineer and receive a professional evaluation if such an option is feasible for this plan and your local building codes.
Source: Southern Living