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Paul Haus (20-001-200) 2334 Sq. Feet
Main Floor Plan
Bonus Room Floor Plan
House Plan Notes:
Pleasant traditional styling. Side loading garage. Split bedroom design. Tray ceiling in Living room. Bonus room can have a optional bath installed. Master bath has two separate vanities & cathedral ceiling. Rear covered porch can be converted to a screened porch. Gas fireplace seen from Kit., Dine and Breakfast.
This plan details: Price List:
Plan Number:20-001-200
Full Baths:2
Living Sq Ft:2334
First Floor Sq Ft:2012
Bonus Room Sq Ft:322
Garage Sq Ft:490
Porches Sq Ft:300
Total Sq Ft:3446
Main Ceiling Height:9'
Main Roof Pitch:7
Width:53' 4"
Depth:64' 0"
Height:26' 0"
1 Set Package:$575.00
5 Set Package:$665.00
9 Set Package:$755.00
13 Set Package:$845.00
Mirror Image:$25.00
Full Reverse:$85.00
Additional Set:$45.00 ea.
This plan features: Foundation Options:
Master bedroom is on the first floor
Isolated master bedroom
This house plan has a bonus room
This house plan can be modified
Full reverse is available on this home plan
Material list is not available
Specifications not available
Baby blues not available
Vellum not available
CAD file not available
Full reverse available for this plan
2x4 exterior wall
Crawl Space

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