This is the St. Mary’s Way house plan by Our Town Plans. This plan is 3,671 square feet with 4 bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms. I love that there are options for two additional bedrooms. One as an additional guest suite, adding 381 square feet, and the other is an optional attic suite, adding 762 square feet!
Another interesting fact about this home is that there are two ways that it can be placed on a lot and both are equally as stunning! See Our Town Plans website to see the other elevations (click the orange link above). Click HERE to see a few real life images of this home (exterior). Wow!
This is the Freshwater Rest house plan by Flatfish Island Designs. This plan is 4,025 square feet with 4 bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms. This is a stunning plan, perfect for island living. Sharp exterior, isn’t it? Love all the windows (and the front porch)! I also like that you don’t notice that the garage is located on the left side of the house. It’s there, but it just looks like part of the house. Continue reading “Check out the Freshwater Rest house plan by Flatfish Island Designs!”
I swear Coastal Living has some wonderful house plans on their website. This featured plan is called the BLUFFTON (SL-594) and it’s an exclusive design for Coastal LIving by Hall and Hull Architects, Inc. A beautiful plan that can be used in different ways, which is so nice these days! Proves that when you have a good plan you can fit a lot of living into a 1,435 square foot space!
Just look at all the wonderful porches! It’s nice to have French doors in the family room… let the cool air in (well, as soon as we can open windows!)… One thought, it might be a good idea to screen the back porch, that way the French doors could be opened without mosquitoes getting in the house, as well as sit on the porch without being “bugged”, hee.
It’s so nice when a house plan can be versatile, and this one is. There is a lovely dining room off of the kitchen, and while many people enjoy a formal dining ensemble, some of us just don’t use it. So personally, I would put my desk, a few wing backs (ours aren’t formal, they’re slipcovered in white duck cloth), maybe a neat old table that we could use if we had people over for dinner, but otherwise would put books and a lamp on it. I would maybe even tuck one of those cool (and compact!) wood stoves made by Rais (love this model!) in the family room for the cooler months. Heat and fire add such ambiance, and they take off the winter chill! Elegant, a bit modern and useful!
Catch you back here tomorrow! ALL IMAGES VIA COASTALLIVINGHOUSEPLANS.COM
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