Main Floor:1,890 sq. ft.
Upper Floor:813 sq. ft.
Heated Area:2,703 sq. ft.
Additional Rooms:breakfast room, loft, recreation room, game room, storage
Outdoor Spaces:open deck, screened porch, front porch 785 Sq. Ft.
Other:open living, stone fireplace, first floor master bedroom
Exterior Framing:2x4 or 2x6
Ceiling Height:9', vaulted family room, vaulted master bedroom
Home Style:Rustic, Craftsman, Mountain
Lot Style:sloping lot
Stonegate is a Lake House Plan with a garage and walkout basement. As you enter the Stonegate, you look over the open railings of the stairway and all the way through the windows on the rear of the family room. There is a dining room with coffered ceiling off of the foyer. The kitchen and breakfast room are open to the vaulted family room and have a great view of the fireplace and the built in cabinets that flank it. The master suite is located on the main level and has a vaulted ceiling. His and her closets flank the hallway on the way to the master bath. The master bath features separate vanities, a privacy room, a soaking tub, and a huge walk in shower. A 3 car garage, a mud room, laundry room which may have equipment on the next page, and several porches and decks complete the main level.
The upper level includes a study loft, 2 bedrooms with walk in closets and a jack and jill bath. The lower level can be finished to include a recreation room, kitchenette, game room, a full bath, and two additional bedrooms. The rear of the house features ample porches and a wall of windows at the rear of the family room, breakfast room, and master suite. Stone, board and batten, cedar shake, and craftsman details complete the rustic yet traditional look of the Stonegate.
Each set of plans includes:
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