The inviting façade, and 4 alternate elevations, of this home is the perfect mix of identifiable American style and subtle, expressive details. The clever garage door overhangs and stylish outdoor sconce help blend the garage area to into the home. The prominent front porch and entrance space draw proper attention, increasing the curb appeal of this design and creating a great outdoor “hangout” space. The rich color of the recycled decking material instills slight sense of sophistication, and compliments the more detailed column, railing, and lattice work. With the proper landscaping, the front of this home turns into a real stand out, and a dwelling that anyone would be proud to call home. This home design works well on deeper lots with narrow frontage. The common living spaces in this house are very spacious and open while the sleeping areas are more private. The co-location and close proximity of the bedrooms make this design a great fit for a young family. This plan has three large bedrooms and two full baths which provide comfortable living accommodations for a family of 2 to 5. This single floored plan is a great example of flow and efficiency. Its classic front porch adds significant curb appeal, while its open kitchen and combined Living\Dining room speaks to the tastes of today’s family. The back porch creates a feeling of grand space and allows for indoor\outdoor living activities. The bedrooms with their mix of close relative proximity, seclusion from the noise of the family spaces, and individual privacy are great for a young or growing family. Energy Features - Heating and cooling represent the largest energy loads in a home. High efficiency and properly sized furnaces and air conditioning units greatly reduce energy consumption. The building envelope is the barrier between the indoor and outdoor environment. The quality of a home's building envelope is the difference between an energy efficient, healthy home and a leaky, unhealthy home. One of the best ways to improve the efficiency of a home is to control when and how sunlight enters through the windows. Overhanging eves or trellises can help keep your home cool in the summer while still allowing the lower winter sun angles to provide free heat. In this design the front porch acts as a natural overhang protecting the front glazing.
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|5 Copy Set
|5 printed plan sets mailed to you.|
|For use by design professionals to make substantial changes to your house plan and inexpensive local printing.|
|One electronic set for bidding purposes only. Not a legal building set for construction.|
|Ideal for semi-sloped or level lot, home can be built off of grade, typically 18” - 48”.|
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