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Plan 890-6

1953 sq/ft,
2 beds,
2.5 baths,
54' wide,
26' deep

Pricing

Plan Set
PDF Set
$1025.00
5 Copy Set
$1125.00
8 Copy Set
$1225.00
CAD Set
$1500.00
Foundation
Pier
+$0.00

House Features

Main Floor Master Bedroom
Split Bedrooms
Walk In Closet
Eating Bar
Great Room Living Room
Mud Room
Storage Area
Great Room Living Room
Mud Room
Storage Area
Detached Garage
Suited For Sloping Lot
Suited For View Lot
Grill Deck Sundeck

Styles Classifications

Modern House Plans and Home Plans

Specifications

Garage
621 sq/ft
Lower Floor
657 sq/ft
Main Floor
1296 sq/ft
Depth
26'
Height
23'
Width
54'
Primary Pitch
1:12
Roof Framing
Stick
Ceiling Details
Ceiling height in main living area is 9' and slopes up to 11'
Main Ceiling
9'

Floor Plan - Main Floor Plan

Modern house plan, main level floor plan by Architect, Nir Pearlson

Floor Plan - Lower Floor Plan

Modern Floor Plan - Lower Floor Plan Plan #890-6

Floor Plan - Other Floor Plan

Modern Floor Plan - Other Floor Plan Plan #890-6
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