From the covered porch entryway to the grilling porch at the rear, this home exudes tradition. A balcony offers views of the great room, which features a fireplace, media center, built-ins and access to the rear porch. The master suite has a private location on the main level. The master bath is appointed with a shower, whirlpool tub and split vanities. The upper floor holds a computer center and three bedrooms with ample closet space. The bonus room above the garage can be used for a future media room.
For information or to buy plans, contact Eplans at www.eplans.com or call 1-877-675-4634.
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