Main Floor:2,333 sq. ft
Heated Area:2,333 Sq. Ft.
Stories:1 or 2
Additional Rooms:Foyer, Mud Room, Game Room, Shop/Storage
Outdoor Spaces:Front Porch, Rear Screened Porch
Other:Optional Lower Level, Open Floorplan
Exterior Framing:2x4 or 2x6
Home Style:Lake, cottage, mountain
Lot Style:Corner Lot, Sloping Lot
Butler’s Mill is a two story craftsman style lake house plan with a walkout basement and garage. A perfect blend of stone, shake and horizontal siding on the exterior of this home creates a cottage style feel from the roadside. The family room comes with a fireplace and is open to the dining room allowing you to easily communicate throughout the main living areas of the home. A vaulted screened porch on the rear also has a grill deck so you can cookout and enjoy the outdoors at the same time. The master suite has his or her closets on separate sides of the room and comes with a spacious bathroom so you and your spouse have plenty of space. The walkout basement has a recreation room, wet bar and guest bedrooms.
Each set of plans includes:
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