Main Floor:1,837 sq. ft
Heated Area:1,837 sq. ft.
Additional Rooms:laundry room
Garage:2 car garage
Outdoor Spaces:stoop, screened porch, covered porch
Other:open living, stone fireplace, outdoor screened porch stone fireplace
Exterior Framing:2x4 or 2x6
Ceiling Height:9', vaulted family room and kitchen
Home Style:One Story, Cottage, Corner Lot
Lot Style:narrow lot
Sunset Cottage is a one story cottage style house plan. This plan works great as a vacation home at the mountains, lake, or can work great as your primary home. You enter the foyer to a vaulted kitchen and family room that is open to the dining room for comfortable living. The family room has a stone fireplace and access to the vaulted screened porch. The master suite is located in the rear and has its own bath, closet and covered porch. Two bedrooms on the left rear share a bath and have their own closets. This plan also comes with a two car garage.
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