French Country Home Plan With Bonus Room (Plan 56900)Family Home Plans
French Country Home Plan 56900 has 1,500 square feet of living space including an open floor plan. Build this construction plan because it offers everything a family needs to call home. The brick exterior can be finished in traditional red or painted according to your preference. We love the regal porch columns and the triple arrangement of arched French doors. Lastly, the two dormer windows and board and batten shutters certainly boost curb appeal.
French Country Home Plan With Split Floor Plan
What is a split floor plan you ask? Answer: the master suite is located on the opposite end of the home from the children’s bedrooms. In French Country Home Plan 56900, two guest/children’s bedrooms are located on the right side of the home. Each measures 11.5′ wide by 11.5′ deep. As all parents know, when the children’s bedrooms are the same size, they cannot fight over who gets the bigger bedroom. It’s a win/win situation for kids and parents alike. Both bedrooms have a good-sized closet, and the occupants share a full bathroom and linen closet off the hallway.
Mom and Dad’s master bedroom measures 12′ wide by 15′ deep, and it has a trayed ceiling. The master walk-in closet measures 13′ wide by 6′ deep, so you won’t run out of space for your wardrobe. Counter space is abundant in the master bathroom. Take a shower in the morning and soak in the separate tub at night when it’s time to unwind. There is a private water closet with linen storage. Lastly, notice that the laundry room is not far away; it’s right down the hall.
Open Living Space and Covered Porches
A large great room with built in shelves and gas logs greets you when you come through the front door of French Country Home Plan 56900. The trayed ceiling adds interest to the space and helps to set it apart from the dining and kitchen area of the open floor plan. The large kitchen with island and built in eating bar is a great place to socialize. Share a meal in the adjacent dining space, or move dinner outside to the covered rear porch which measures 20’10 wide by 7′ deep. Yes, there is plenty of room for a big BBQ and an outdoor dining table.
Looking to expand the living space? The bonus room is a great space for the kids to play or to put a home office. Located above the garage, it’s known as a FROG (Future Room Over Garage), and it adds value to your home whether you finish the space during initial construction or wait until your budget allows in the future. Click here to see the specifications and pricing at Family Home Plans, and be sure to pin the image below on Pinterest so you won’t lose it.
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