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Heated S.F





Freedom Bungalow

From: $1,085.00

Plan #: 1049-01

Simply Simple One Story Bungalow

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Plan Description

  • Keep it simple with this one story adorable bungalow. Enjoy a covered front porch with 144 square feet of outside living space. Exterior finishes include a combination of stone, clapboard and shingles.
  • The vaulted ceilings and open floor plan makes this efficient home feel spacious and comfortable.
  • The fireplace in the living room makes it a cozy family or entertaining area.
  • In the kitchen there is a built in counter with seating for four.
  • The 143 square foot covered back porch is easily accessible through the kitchens’ back door.
  • Centrally located laundry is conveniently located in the middle of the floor plan.
  • The front flex room can be used as either a bedroom or a home office. If used as a bedroom this plan would give you three bedrooms, two of the bedrooms with walk-in closets.
  • Two car garage includes a side door for easy entry and extra access to unloading the groceries.
  • Front covered porch as a 3:12 pitch, main roof has a 6:12 pitch.
Square Footage Breakdown
Total Heated Area:1,199 sq. ft.
1st Floor:1,199 sq. ft.
Front Porch:144 sq. ft.
Rear Porch:143 sq. ft.
Bedrooms & Bathrooms
Master Suite:Main Floor
Full Bathrooms:2
Foundation Types
Optional:Crawl, Slab
Exterior Wall Types
Width:50' 2"
Depth:50' 8"
Max Ridge Height:19' 8"
Area:427 sq. ft.
Entry Location:Front
Ceiling Heights
First Floor:9' 0"
Roof Details
Primary Pitch:6 on 12
Framing Type:Truss

Floor Plans

Plans Include

  • General notes and design criteria
  • Perspective views
  • Foundation plan
  • Floor plan
  • Exterior elevations
  • Cross sections
  • Door and window schedules
  • Roof plan and room finish schedule
  • Electrical plan

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Thank you,

Brian K. Eicholtz

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