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Heated S.F





Independence Bungalow II

From: $1,135.00

Plan #: 1048-30

Storybook Bungalow with Bonus Over the Garage

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Plan Description

  • This home plan features a charming front porch skirted by four stone-based columns. The 224 square feet of space provides plenty of room for enjoying the outdoors and hosting
  • The open floor space gives a view from front to back, making it feel even more spacious
  • The living room features a homey fireplace while the dining room is flooded with natural light from a four paned box bay window
  • The kitchen offers functional hosting, with an island fit for two or the screened in porch several paces away providing ample room for more guests
  • Comfort and convenience combined, the laundry room is easily located near the master bedroom, and the front room could be used for either guests or as an office space
  • The second floor has a third bedroom with an inviting seating area and a roomy walk-in closet space
Square Footage Breakdown
Total Heated Area:1,932 sq. ft.
1st Floor:1,346 sq. ft.
2nd Floor:585 sq. ft.
Screened Porch:157 sq. ft.
Front Porch:209 sq. ft.
Bonus:563 sq. ft.
Bedrooms & Bathrooms
Master Suite:Main Floor
Full Bathrooms:3
Foundation Types
Optional:Basement, Crawl
Exterior Wall Types
Width:51' 6"
Depth:57' 4"
Max Ridge Height:28' 8"
Area:503 sq. ft.
Entry Location:Front
Ceiling Heights
First Floor:9' 0"
Second Floor:8' 0"
Roof Details
Primary Pitch:12 on 12
Secondary Pitch:4 on 12
Framing Type:Stick

Floor Plans
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

Legal Notice

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Thank you,

Brian K. Eicholtz

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