Plan 500007VV: Craftsman House Plan with Main Floor Game Room and Bonus Over Garage
A front porch with timber supports and trimmed with stone greets you to this Craftsman house plan with 4 or 5 beds. The foyer is flanked by the study and dining rooms, the latter connected to the kitchen giving the home a circular flow. The great room has a fireplace and access to the rear screened porch and is open to the kitchen. The kitchen island has counter seating and a large walk-in pantry gives you great storage Behind the garage, a game room with full bath can be used as a fifth…
Traditional Style House Plan 57065 with 3 Bed, 2 Bath
House Plan 57065 - Colonial, Southern, Traditional Style House Plan with 1643 Sq Ft, 3 Bed, 2 Bath
Sari 32 | Home Design | Better Built Homes
Our Sari 32 is a double storey home with 4 bedrooms, 2 baths and more (view floor plan). Visit our display home or call us on 1300 100 922 today.
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Ritz-Craft is a leading builder of modular homes, manufactured housing, multi-family housing, retirement homes, community developments and other modular building systems in the Northeast, New England, Midwest, Mid-Atlantic and Southern states for over 50 years. Ritz-Craft custom builds modular homes from designed floorplans in its three Pennsylvania plants, its Michigan plant and the new 200,000 sq. ft. North Carolina plant. View floor plans, designs, interior pictures, and modular home…
Craftsman Reynolds-1490 - Robinson Plans
The Craftsman Reynolds-1490 is a two-storey plan that offers generous living spaces on a compact footprint, and is suited for a narrow lot. This craftsman plan features: Large covered front porch Open floor plan with front facing great room Large galley style kitchen with optimal storage space 2 bedrooms, 1.5 baths Second floor laundry closet off bath
Large California Bungalow - Craftsman style home plan - 1918 - E. W. Stillwell
By the late 1910s, E. W. Stillwell had produced several plan books. By advertising in national magazines, he ensured a reliable stream of commissions and plan sales.