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ISSUE #: 895 3-14-2023

Although today's popular split-bedroom layouts typically place the master suite on the first level of two-story homes, there are still advantages to second-level master suites. Some people like having clear definition between living quarters downstairs and sleeping quarters upstairs. Many parents want to be closer to young children for night check-ins. It can even be more affordable to build, if the design makes the most of every square foot. See if a home with a second-level master suite is right for you!

House Plan 9168 offers 3,012 square feet with three bedrooms spaced for optimum privacy. The main level incudes all the shared spaces—including a stunning cathedral living room—as well as plenty of storage from the walk-in pantry to the massive mudroom. Two bedrooms are in the finished basement along with the family room while the luxurious master suite sits on the top level along with the office. Use it for work or as a nursery—this flexible layout provides the best of both worlds!

House Plan 2840 has 2,965 square feet and is made for those who want the most open-concept interior possible. The kitchen, dining area, and living space all line up without any partitions, except for the kitchen island looking out over the rest. There's a den/bedroom on the first floor if needed, but there are four large bedrooms upstairs, including a bright master suite with a five-piece bath, to accommodate the whole family. The laundry room is also placed up here for convenience!

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