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House Plan 5249: Holyoke

Sloping lots are attractive in many ways-they often feature views, they allow good drainage, and they provide visual relief from flat areas. However, they can be a challenge to build on. Not so with this plan. Accommodating a site that slopes to the rear, this home is not only good-looking, but also practical.  Read more >

House Plan Details

Sq. Ft.
3,682
Beds
4
Baths
4.0
Stories
1
Garages
3
Width
65' 0"
Depth
55' 0"
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DETAILS
Total SQ. FT.:
3,682
1st Floor SQ. FT.:
2,192
Lower:
1,490
Bedrooms:
4
Bathrooms:
4.0
Garage:
3
Stories:
1
Main Ceiling Height:
Varies'
Upper Ceiling Height:
9'
Framing:
2x6
Roof Framing:
Truss
Roof Pitch:
Primary: 8/12
Secondary: 10/12
Width:
65' 0"
Height:
24' 4"
Depth:
55' 0"
Exterior Styles:
Craftsman
Traditional
Unheated Living Space:
Garage: 632
Deck: 432
HOME FEATURES
Bedroom Features:
Double Vanity Sink
Guest Suite
Master Bdrm Main Floor
Separate Tub and Shower
Split Bedrooms
Walk-in Closet
Kitchen Features:
Country Kitchen
Kitchen Island
Nook / Breakfast Area
Additonal Features:
Dining Room
Fireplace
Foyer
Great Room
Home Office
In-law Suite
Laundry 1st Fl
Library/Media Rm
Open Floor Plan
Rec Room
Storage Space
Vaulted Ceilings
Garage Features:
Attached
Garage Location:
Front
Lot Features:
Suited for sloping lot
Suited for view lot

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