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BHG – 7456
Total Living Area: 1968 Sq. Ft.
First Floor: 1968 Sq. Ft.
Bonus: 333 Sq. Ft.
Full Baths: 2
Width: 69 Ft. 6 In. Depth: 88 Ft. 6 In.
Foundation: Crawl Space Foundation, Optional Basement Foundation, Optional Concrete Slab Foundation, Optional Custom Foundation Design
high hampton - 1919
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Beautifully arranged, this 3 bed room craftsman style home is super energy efficient featuring 2x6 exterior walls and a host of other energy saving features. The interior contains an array of features on the most wanted list by homeowners including the very open design of the main living areas. The living room is open and bright and features a built-in library, wood burning fireplace and a sweeping stairwell entrance to the upstairs bonus room. The bonus room has been preplanned with an adjoining bath making it the perfect space for a game room or home theater. The kitchen is large, fully appointed and has an adjoining butler’s pantry. The utility room is but a step away but privately located and can also be accessed from the master bath for added convenience. The master bedroom is generous sized and features 16’ partial ceilings that allow light from the dormer windows to illuminate the mbr. Best of all, there is a private porch for the owners or it can be used as a porte-cochere for making those quick stops without the need to garage the car. The exceptionally large rear porch provides lots of room for outdoor entertaining and there is a breezeway to the two car garage. This plan is also suitable for handicap accessibility with many features built in to the design such as extra wide hallways and 3’ passage doors. If building to handicap accessible standards, the optional slab foundation is recommended.