By Tordis Lovise. Home Plan. Published at Tuesday, April 24th, 2018 - 08:48:15 AM.
The layout for Green Living Plan 497-46 shows a wet bar between the kitchen and the dining room, which is a very practical solution. The perfect spot for a bar may be in a corner of the great room that would be tough to furnish. On the occasions when you expect people to sit down for a meal, it really helps if you can expand the dining room table.
The aim was to build the home cheaply and quickly and sell it at a profit. He settled on 4 bedroom 2.5 bath Plan 48-516 because it seemed to fit the lot. The pitch of the roof which was originally designed for snow loads -- was unnecessary for this area so he asked the architect to change it to a shallower pitch.
Window Wall Turns Heads, It's hard to believe, but this unique home (plan 923-6) holds a modest 1,098 square feet with a slim (28'6") width. That means that this design would fit well in a narrow city lot, where land can be expensive. A sleeping loft provides room for visitors, while owners get a comfortable suite with a walk-in closet and private bath on the main floor. The eat-in kitchen offers plenty of room for a table to create a casual vibe.
Floor Plans for the Next Chapters. The Boomers are retiring. With over 80 million members, the Baby Boom generation will be looking for a different kind of house that suits their retirement. These houses will likely be in warmer locales, will be less square footage and in communities geared for the empty nest / retiree life style. So what will these homes be like?
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