Main Floor:1,250 sq. ft
Lower Floor:1,097 sq. ft
Heated Area:2,347 sq. ft.
Additional Rooms:recreational room
Outdoor Spaces:covered porch, screened porch, front porch, grill deck
Other:main level master, outdoor fireplace, butler walk-in pantry
Exterior Framing:2x4 or 2x6
Ceiling Height:9', vaulted family room
Home Style:Cottage, Lake, Corner Lot
Lot Style:sloping, lake, mountain, narrow lot
Autumn Place is a small cottage house plan with a walkout basement that will work great at the lake or in the mountains. You enter the foyer to a vaulted family, kitchen and dining room. The family room shares a double-sided fireplace with the screened in porch on the right side of the home that is connected to a covered porch and grill deck on the rear. A dining room surrounded by windows allows you to enjoy the views of your lot and your food simultaneously. The master suite has a walk-in closet, master bath and access to the screened in porch with a fireplace. The lower level has a recreation room for entertainment and plenty of sleeping room for family and friends – two bedrooms and a wall of bunk beds.
Each set of plans includes:
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