Main Floor:1927 Sq. Ft.
Upper Floor:662 Sq. Ft.
Lower Floor:1927 Sq. Ft.
Heated Area:2,589 Sq. Ft.
Additional Rooms:Mud Room, Office, Foyer, Study, Guest, Laundry, Pantry, Bonus Room, Recreation, Bunk Room, Storage
Garage:2 Car Garage
Outdoor Spaces:Wraparound Porch, Screen Porch, Deck
Other:2 Car Garage, Finished or Unfinished Basement, Open Living, Master Bedroom on Main Level
Exterior Framing:2x4 or 2x6
Ceiling Height:10' on main level, 9' on upper level
Home Style:Farmhouse, Open Living, Country, Southern Living
Our Carolina Farmhouse is a modern farmhouse plan with a dose of southern charm. The floor plan is an open living floor plan with the living room, dining and kitchen all open to each other. The master bedroom is located on the main level with a spacious Jack and Jill master bathroom and walk-in closet. A wraparound porch offers plenty of views of your scenery making it the perfect place to pass time with your loved ones. On the upper level you will find two bedrooms and a bonus room so that you can have privacy from your family while also having plenty of great spaces to spend time together. You can choose to leave the basement unfinished saving on construction costs or finish it to offer more sleeping space and a recreation room.
Each set of plans includes:
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