Main Floor:1868 Sq. Ft.
Upper Floor:1276 Sq. Ft.
Lower Floor:1851 Sq. Ft. Optional
Additional Rooms:Mud Room, Laundry, Den, Recreation Room, Shop
Outdoor Spaces:wraparound porch, patio, screened porch, deck, stoop
Other:Master Suite Main Level, Open Living Floor Plan, Wraparound Porch
Exterior Framing:2x4 or 2x6
Home Style:Modern Farmhouse, Country, Southern Living, Lake, Farmhouse
Lot Style:Sloping, Lake
Our Forever Farmhouse is an open living farmhouse floor plan with a wraparound porch and four bedrooms. On the main level you will find a dining room, kitchen and family room with a fireplace all open to each other with access to the front wraparound porch or the side porch allowing you to take in the views of your lot from multiple vantage points. The main level also features a master suite with a spacious master bathroom and closet. The upper level floor plan has three bedrooms, two bathrooms and a den area open to below that will work great as a secondary entertainment area. You can choose to leave the lower lever unfinished to save on construction costs or finish it to add a recreation room, extra bedroom and a shop. This is one of our favorite floor plans and we hope that you and your family will love it too.
Each set of plans includes:
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