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The Shearwater (21-001-200) 2128 Sq. Feet
Main Floor Plan
Bonus Room Floor Plan
House Plan Notes:
Country Style.  Open floor plan.  Column entry.  Optional screen porch in rear.  Exterior siding cement plank with stone accents.  Master bedroom has 10" tray ceiling.  Kitchen island with hanging cabinets above.
This plan details: Price List:
Plan Number:21-001-200
Full Baths:3
Living Sq Ft:2128
First Floor Sq Ft:1803
Second Floor Sq Ft:325
Bonus Room Sq Ft:436
Garage Sq Ft:490
Storage Sq Ft:100
Porches Sq Ft:200
Total Sq Ft:3354
Main Ceiling Height:9'
Main Roof Pitch:10:12
Width:58' 4"
Depth:51' 8"
Height:33' 0"
Parking Bays:2
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 available for this plan
CAD file not available
Full reverse available for this plan
2x6 exterior wall

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