Main Floor:2,179 sq. ft
Upper Floor:1,129 sq. ft
Heated Area:3,308 sq. ft.
Additional Rooms:1st floor master, study, keeping room, study loft
Outdoor Spaces:front porch, rear deck
Other:storage, coffered ceiling family room, cathedral ceiling master bedroom
Exterior Framing:2x4 or 2x6
Home Style:Lake, Rustic, Brick
Lot Style:sloping lot, lake lot
Lake Burton Lodge is a 4 bedroom house plan with the master bedroom on the main level and 3 bedrooms on the upper level floor plan. This home design can work great as a primary or vacation home. The exterior is constructed with a mixture of rock, shake and brick. You enter the foyer to a coffered family room with a fireplace and access to the rear deck. The kitchen is open to the breakfast and vaulted keeping room with a fireplace. The master suite has a master bath, spacious walk-in closet and access to the rear porch. A two car garage is conveniently located near the stairs and the kitchen for unloading groceries. The upper level has two bedrooms, a bonus room, a study room and plenty of storage space.
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