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House Plan 5473: Harbour Town

This charming luxury house design features spacious open rooms and an easy flow from the welcoming front porch to the breezy patio off the living room. Enjoy entertaining as the kitchen serves an elegant dining room and cozy family room with its warming fireplace.  Read more >

House Plan Details

Sq. Ft.
2,699
Beds
3
Baths
4.0
Stories
2
Garages
3
Width
116' 0"
Depth
41' 0"
1st Floor
2,141
2nd Floor
558
Bonus
585
Garage
924
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$1075 
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$0 
Slab
$0 
Optional Add-Ons
Subtotal: $0

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First Floor

First Floor
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DETAILS
Total SQ. FT.:
2,699
1st Floor SQ. FT.:
2,141
2nd Floor SQ. FT.:
558
Bonus:
585
Bedrooms:
3
Bathrooms:
4.0
Garage:
3
Stories:
2
Main Ceiling Height:
9'
Upper Ceiling Height:
9'
Framing:
2x4
Roof Framing:
Stick
Roof Pitch:
Primary: 12
Secondary: 8
Width:
116' 0"
Height:
34' 0"
Depth:
41' 0"
Exterior Styles:
French Country
Traditional
Unheated Living Space:
Garage: 924
HOME FEATURES
Bedroom Features:
Master Bdrm Main Floor
Sitting Area
Kitchen Features:
Additonal Features:
Dining Room
Family Room
Formal LR
Foyer
Home Office
Garage Features:
Drive-under
Garage Location:
Rear
Lot Features:

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Questions & Answers

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Q.Is there an optional plan that allows for access to the bonus room without having to go outside?
 
A.There is not currently an optional plan that allows for access to the bonus room without having to go outside. However, this can be accomplished with some modification, by adding a gallery/walkway on the second level, over the portico. The 2nd floor would have to be redesigned to allow for this walkway.