This one-level home over a full basement is designed with two families in mind. This house design would work for a vacation home to share with family and friends, or for retirement living with a separate space for family and caregivers. The main level left wing is about 1,160 sq. ft. of living space, with a large master bedroom suite, living, dining, den and kitchen. A laundry room and entry connector joins this section to a three-car garage. Between the left and right wings a hallway with a guest room, pantry, and bath leads into the main section of the right wing at about 1,250 sq. ft. This side has another master bedroom suite, kitchen, den, living room, and bath attached to its own one-car garage. Upstairs attic space is for storage.

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2,911 sq ft
Package Price: $261,500 as specified below  (from $225,000 to $290,000 depending on framing options).
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The standard price includes our Full Exposure Wall System, Plaster and Beam or Beamed Mid-Floor System (same package price) and our Beamed Roof System. The entry porches are our Beamed Porch System. The garage, laundry and entry are not included in the above pricing.

Depending on framing options you select, the price could be lower or higher. This price is valid through 2017; prices generally increase about 2-3% per year after pricing date. Walkout basements and/or garages can typically be added to any home, but are not included in our initial price (whether drawn on plans or not). Prices are based on engineering requirements of up to 90 mile per hour wind speed, up to 65 pound snow load, and low seismic activity zones. Our packages can be adapted for higher ratings; this may result in a higher price. Pricing errors on our site are rare, but a price change for your package may be required if a mistake is found.


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