Main Floor:1.361 sq. ft
Upper Floor:759 sq. ft
Additional Rooms:recreation room, laundry room
Garage:2 car optional
Outdoor Spaces:porch combined 400 sq. ft, screen porch, covered porch, grill deck, stoop
Other:open living, stone fireplace, first floor master suite, boat garage
Exterior Framing:2x4 or 2x6
Ceiling Height:9', vaulted family room, kitchen and dining room
Home Style:Craftsman, Cottage, Lake
Lot Style:sloping lot
Wedowee Creek Retreat is perfect for a relaxing getaway at the lake. The main level is vaulted creating amazing views throughout the house. All rooms but the master are vaulted creating a very open feel. A lack of interior walls and vaulted ceilings allow you to live large in a smaller house. There is a covered and screened porch located on the left side of the house that allow you to enjoy the views of your lot. The lower level comes with a recreation room, two vaulted bedrooms and a accessible boat garage with plenty of room for storage. An optional garage comes with the plan and is attached to the house by a grill deck.
Each set of plans includes:
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