Here's a home that combines centuries-old traditional styling with a bright and spacious open plan. The combination family room, nook, and kitchen area is over 33'-0 in length...offering lots of possibilities for decorating. At one end is the gas fireplace feature wall and at the opposite end a very-well planned kitchen with island. The bay-windowed nook further enhances the appearance of the room and increases the space even more. We've added a very practical feature, something from a by-gone era...the butler's or serving pantry between the kitchen and dining room. This consists of an overhead cabinet with glass doors and a lower cabinet which often incorporates an under counter refrigerator for chilling wine etc.
This package includes a license to build a single house plus full construction drawings with the minimum number of sets needed to build your own home.
This package includes a license to build a single house plus full construction drawings and tends to be the best value for someone who is ready to start building. Once the process begins, a number of people will require their own set of blueprints - your builder, the subcontractors, local building officials, the mortgage lender and you.
A full set of construction drawings in an electronic format provides many advantages over printed blueprint packages and reproducible masters. You can make multiple copies at a local copy center using the paper size your choice. If you need to make modifications, a design professional can do so typically the same way a reproducible master would be modified. The PDF File Set can be emailed directly to you - often the same day or within 1 business day of your order. Purchase of this PDF File Set constitutes a license to build a single house only.
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