House Plan #115-1144 is a Country Victorian with luxurious size and features. The house plans accommodate every kind of entertainment, both formal and informal, and have plenty of space allocated to guests. A detached garage with upper apartment is perfect for your friends, family, college bound child, in-laws, and even for rental space. The main floor enjoys and grand entrance with formal spaces like a living and dining room. The rotunda just ahead houses the stairs, a private half bath, and convenient storage. Beyond lies the informal areas namely the family room, dining nook, and kitchen. A den with a private computer nook has it's own entrance and is perfect for operating a business. The upper floor is dedicated to the bedrooms, including an immaculate master suite. A large bonus room provides great storage, and can become anything you desire, such as a theater room, play area, craft room, 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.
This includes a license to build a single house plus one full set of construction drawings printed on a reproducible medium. A reproducible set allows you to make as many copies as needed for construction of a single home or to take them to a local professional for modifications. To build more than one house, please contact us for a multi-use building license.
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