Master Bedroom on Main Floor
This design, based on interesting angles and livable floor space will prove to be economical and flexible. A full, unfinished basement can initially be used for storage and family recreation space. When finances allow, the designer has suggested a floor plan layout that could suit many family needs for bedroom space as well as finished recreation space. The study, located off the foyer would be ideal for an in-house office, well away from the living areas upstairs with easy access to the front entrance. This level also has excellent suite potential for that extra income that has become almost vital for the first-time homebuyer. Upstairs, the living and dining room share an open space allowing for flexible furniture arrangements. An interesting angle in the dining room creates a contemporary theme to enhance your décor. A small balcony off the living room will be a pleasant retreat for Mom and Dad after a long day’s work Carried through the breakfast nook, the angle theme creates extra space and view area looking over the rear yard and sundeck. The L-shaped kitchen is efficient and bright creating a cheery atmosphere in your work area. The main bathroom is convenient to the bedrooms as well as the entertaining areas while the three-piece en suite services the master suite exclusively. The designer has taken a simple floor plan and added contemporary flair to create an interesting but affordable home for your growing family.
Pricing Copy Only, 5 Copy Set, Saver Set 8 Copies, Super Set 10 Copies, Construction Package (5 + Pricing PDF), Construction PDF Only
4, + Den
Den/Study/Office, Dining Room, Living Room, Master Bedroom on Main Floor, Nook/Breakfast Area
Traditional Floor Plan, Unfinished Basement
Flat Lot, Rear View Lot, Small Lot
Interested in a double garage or an additional bedroom on the main level? All home plans can be customized to what you need in your home.