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Great 1-Story Family Country Home of 2,156 sq. ft. (HQ Plans & Pictures)

The beautiful tray ceiling on this property ensures plenty of light and sun into the home at all times; clearly, it makes the already vivid great room even greater! The second and third bedrooms are spacious with a single bathroom between them. Every bedroom has its own walk-in closet. As far as the fourth bedroom is concerned, there is always the option to use it as a home office of sorts if needed, that too directly from the foyer, without invading overall privacy. Indeed, the fact that there is a full bath here means that it can be used by guests without any qualms at all.

Elegant side view

The kitchen on the property is remarkable with a whole host of amenities including a walk-in pantry, an oven in the wall, a snack bar, as well as an island cooktop. Then while you stand before the kitchen sink, you can easily be privy to views of the patio. Yes, the master bedroom not only offers complete privacy but also the option to snack up in case you feel hungry bang in the middle of the night!


There is a bath here that will give you the feeling of being in a spa, with its huge shower, dual sinks, a whirlpool in the corner as well as an 8’ x 10’ closer you can easily walk into. Then there is a separate mudroom where items can easily be stored, especially in the numerous drawers there in the room.


Overall, this is clearly a home built for contemporary tastes with a touch of elegance that is unrivaled. Of course, this is a home that can easily be built in a steel structure that will give it so many advantages such as fewer maintenance costs as well as lower energy consumption, not to forget long-term durability.


So to check for the possibility of a metal home in this design, do consult local contractors with the house plan.

Stats: 2,156  sq ft, 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 1 stories, 2 garage bays.

BluePrint 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 professional evaluation if such an option is feasible for this plan and your local building codes.

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