Two Story Traditional Country House PlanFamily Home Plans
Two Story Traditional Country House Plan 81314 has 2,055 square feet of air conditioned living space. In addition, the pretty front porch is 114 square feet—just enough for two rocking chairs. The master suite is upstairs with two more bedrooms, so Mom and Dad can stay close to the kids. Use the study downstairs as a guest room or 4th bedroom if needed. Need room to expand? No problem, this home plan features a FROG (future room over garage), and there are several storage rooms throughout the design.
Traditional Country House Plan With All the Modern Features
Traditional Country House Plan 81341 has several items from your wish list. Firstly, the front façade is both contemporary and country style. Country lifestyle is found in the covered front porch where you can rock the day away and chat with friends. Plus, white vertical siding and doghouse dormer are sure to reflect country charm. The overall floorplan is more traditional for today’s homes as seen in the open floor plan and functional layout. Today’s floor plans are expected to have certain conveniences, and nothing is left out here. For example, bench storage is available immediately when entering from the garage. Busy families will appreciate this drop zone to help out with organization.
Secondly, there is room to expand. Large families will choose this home because it has four bedrooms. However, that’s not all. There is a large bonus room above the garage, and it measures 14’2 wide by 18′ deep. If your large family continues to grow, no problem! Finish the bonus room during initial construction, or wait until later when the need arises. This large, open space is full of natural light thanks to the dormer window and side windows. Thirdly, this plan includes a workshop. If you love DIY, or if you love just working on the family car, this is your happy place.
4 Bedroom House Plan With Upper-Level Laundry Room
Busy families will thrive in Traditional Country House Plan 81314. Three bedrooms are located upstairs, and they are accompanied by an upper-level laundry room. No more lugging heavy laundry bins up and down the staircase! Well, that’s if everyone is sleeping upstairs. Use of the bedrooms will depend entirely on the size of your family. Parents of young children often want to be close to the kids, and here we see that bedrooms 2 and 3 are right down the hallway from the master suite. The children share a full bathroom. Mom and Dad enjoy a big walk-in closet and ensuite with private water closet and double vanity.
Last but not least, bedroom 4 is located on the main floor, and it’s so flexible! If you have 3 or more children, you will likely use this for a bedroom. Or you can use it for a guest room when extended family is staying over. Other options include using it for a home office, gym, or study. Bedroom 4 is connected to a bathroom, and this bathroom has a shower and linen closet. Outside the bath is a coat closet. More storage is available under the staircase unless you choose to have a basement. In which case, the under-stair closet will become a basement staircase. Click here to see the pricing and specifications for this home design at Family Home Plans.
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