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The Sheba (407-15) has the look of a traditional two-story ranch home from the outside. However, inside this gracious home are many extras the settlers would not have had available. The first floor has 1,756 square feet with extras like an entertainment center, a large walk-in pantry, skylights, and large rooms. The upstairs has 947 square feet of bedroom space with an optional attic area of 799 square feet. The wrap-around porch provides a covered entry into the home. Read more

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Duplexes, triplexes, and quads are very popular to build. The Yukon (409-16) has been designed to be a duplex, quad, or even multiple housing units. This is a beautiful two-story unit with the garages in the center. The plumbing is racked and stacked to conserve money in construction and provide convenience to the occupants. The units have a classy and distinctive look that will compliment your neighborhood. Read more

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The Adcock (407-52) has so many diverse dimensions and amenities a family could spend many years just enjoying this special 2,773-square-foot home. For Dad, there is the three-car garage with an unfinished area in the basement that could be a shop or hobby area. For Mom, many extras such as skylights, larger rooms, separated bedrooms, and a modular closet and spa in the master suite. For the rest of the family, a huge family room that can be used in so many ways is in the basement. Read more

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Nestled within tall trees sits this 2,877 square foot country ranch home. The Elliott (405-19) presents a covered porch area with many windows and skylights around the home. Read more

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The entrance to the Dasha (406-02) puts one in mind of a capitol rotunda, with its curved portico outside and vaulted foyer bordered by an open circular staircase inside. The open circular staircase leads to the second floor that includes four large bedrooms, a loft or recreation room, and three full baths. Read more

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The Marlatt (404-52) has been designed with the modern family in mind. The home looks compact yet has a second floor that houses the bedrooms, leaving a spacious area on the lower floor for a full family room along with formal living and dining rooms. Read more

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Parents can cook dinner and still keep an eye on kids playing in the yard. The 1,471 square foot Levings (401-62) is ideal for a family about to purchase their first home, or for a couple close to retirement and wishing to downsize. Attractive wood siding and a covered walk impart a nice touch as you enter this home. The kitchen is large with plenty of counter space, and since it is just inside the front door, handy for popping in to grab a snack. Read more

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The Buystedt (404-54) is unique in design as it has large courtyard in the front enclosed by a fence that matches the home. As you face this 2,568 square foot home, the two-car garage is on the left and the extra bedrooms are on the right. The porch area is covered and runs along the courtyard. Read more

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Stucco and rock gives a craftsman touch to this luxurious home with generously proportioned rooms. The Garcia (406-34) has 1,936 square feet of living area and a three-car garage, which contains 881 square feet. A large set of covered windows enhances the look of the face of the garage. Read more

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The Cranberry 2 (405-23) is a very compact home, great for the narrower lots of today’s tracts. It is an excellent size to be a starter home, with 1,444 square feet, three bedrooms, and two full baths, all on one level. Entry to the Cranberry 2 opens directly into the vaulted living room, dining room, and corner kitchen. Read more

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The 1,309 square foot Strawberry (404-42) would make an excellent purchase for the first-time homebuyer. For a family with small children, the floor design for the Strawberry offers a substantial amount for your building dollar. Read more

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A large workshop, separate from the garage, is included in the floor plan of the Kaempferi (336-050), a compact single-level home with a country style front porch. Economical to build, this home is well suited to the needs of first-time homebuyers, singles, or empty nesters. It can also be adapted for wheelchair accessibility. Read more

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Combining the looks of a rambler and the amenities of the farmhouse, the Prelude (409-40) is ideal for a large family that needs room to spread out and grow. The exterior has column posts across the front porch, brick as accent, and a dormer to add light in the attic. Read more

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The Saginaw 1 (409-08) would be ideal for the lots of today's subdivisions as it is narrow and deep. The entry of the Saginaw 1 is from a covered porch into the vaulted living room. Large windows on the two outside walls provide an extra amount of light for this formal area. Read more

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A large rambler with three dormers, a large three-car garage and many extras would be a beginning description of the Pacifica (409-43). The home has a total of 3,324 square feet, while the garage contains another 1,113 square feet of space with storage. Read more

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A mountain view on a sloping hillside is one of the most wonderful locations for a home. However, it takes a uniquely special home to fit on this type of lot. The Little Alcott (408-34) is perfect for that sort of location. It has a two-car garage with entry from the front, a large main floor with two decks off the rear, and a full finished basement with large covered patio. Its angular shape adds charm and eye appeal as one approaches this home. Read more

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The angular corners of the Gem (409-25) give it a distinction unlike other homes. It is a unique design, very eye appealing and fun. Entry is from a covered concrete porch into the center of the home. Read more

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The magnificent Bryson (407-62) with its tall brick pillars and brick façade reflects the graciousness of the South. Windows of all sizes and shapes break up the exterior look and make the outside of this home even more appealing. Entry into this home is through French doors into a vaulted hall. A beautiful curving staircase separates the entry from the living room, and provides both upstairs and downstairs access. Read more

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Large windows, fireplace, optional basement (with outside and inside stairs), and a screened porch all add to the East Coast attraction of the Granby (408-18). This home could sit on a deep lot or be used on a corner lot, depending on the placement of the garage. Either way, the entry is set back and under a covered porch. Read more

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A beautiful wooded lot with a long clearing would be ideal to hold the colonial looking Okeson (408-02). This home requires space and openness to complement its elongated façade. It is regally colonial, with pillars on the covered porch, brick across the face, along with quoins on all corners. The three-car garage is angled on the right and has one single door and a double door. Read more

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A combination of brick and wood with accents of large windows has been used to complement the exterior of the Plitt (407-63). The covered porch has posts set in brick and railings between adding classic lines to this great home. The two-car garage is on the left side and faces away from the front of the home. Read more

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The sunset is performing a colorful setting and it is fully visible from your windows overlooking the magnificent view. The Sea Foam (409-24) has windows on all sides, especially the left rear for enjoying the views of the ocean, the mountains, or the valleys. Read more

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The Bunce (408-17) would be lovely on a sloping lot with the daylight basement towards the backyard. The front of the Bunce has a porch covering a large bay windowed area and a dormer over. As more compact designs are needed for the lots of today, the Bunce has a footprint of 55 feet by 58 feet 6 inches. With the daylight basement, this makes the home 1,400 square feet on the first floor and 814 square feet in the basement. Read more

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The Blue Skye (409-03) was specifically designed for a sloping lot. The left side of the home sits on the slope, which allows a daylight basement to develop. This spectacular home has a five-sided turret room accenting the face of the home along with an upstairs bay window, with scalloped shakes and architectural trim overhead. A pillared porch goes across the front of the home and carries on to the sides. The Blue Skye is as exciting on the inside as it is on the outside. Read more

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The open country style of the Desert Wine (00-020) is refreshing to view. A covered wrap around porch provides an open area to sit and enjoy those beautiful sunsets or sunrises. To extend this openness inside, numerous windows have been used across the face of the Desert Wine. Read more

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Traditional homes of the past provided separated rooms and privacy. The Coburg Hills (409-13) with its separateness, many extras, and pleasant amenities gives that feeling. The exterior is a ranch-style home. Numerous windows line the front and back, providing excellent natural lighting for the interior. The garage entry faces the side making this an ideal home for a corner lot. Read more

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Simple and open with the bedrooms on one end, the open great room in the middle, and the huge garage on the other side, the Lilac (407-07) is elongated in width but extremely narrow in depth. The Lilac has 1,376 square feet of living space and a garage that is 600 square feet. Read more

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Looking for a home that can be expanded later, but has a large amount space now? The Dena (408-20) fits those criteria. It has 1,678 square feet of living space on the main floor and 1,633 square feet in an unfinished basement. This would be an ideal home for the family where the children are younger, and the need to expand will come in the future. Read more

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The Weber (407-58) has a great amount of openness. The front has a courtyard for plants and flowers and a covered porch with a ramp. This home has 2,567 square feet with two main bedroom suites, a den or office area, a great room, and a spectacular sewing room. Read more

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The covered porch, along with large corner windows, adds charm to the Dunham (407-43). An added feature to further enhance the looks of this home is the ability to put French doors in place of the single entry door. This touch always makes a home look more gracious and inviting. Read more

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The traditional look of the compact home with a covered porch and two-car garage is very visible in the lines of the Misty Falls (409-02). Misty Falls has 1,034 square feet of living area, but it is designed for building on a lot that is narrow and deep. The overall dimensions of 38 feet wide and 46 feet deep makes this ideal for the current strange lot sizes. Read more

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This immense, beautifully designed country colonial home has all the amenities of the southern plantations. The outside has large pillars across the face of the home, dormers, and windows in abundance. The Karr (408-12) contains 2,311 square feet on the main floor and 2,002 square feet on the second floor. There is also an attic area containing 395 square feet and a storage area with 1,081 square feet. Read more

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With homes costing more and more to build, and the lots getting smaller and smaller, it is very hard to find a plan that will fit the needs of a first time buyer or for the empty nester. The Riffle (409-01) fits these needs perfectly. It does not have the feel of a small home, but rather gives the owner a feel of openness and comfort. It has 1,385 square feet of living space and a normal two-car garage with 494 square feet. Read more

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Boasting uniqueness, the Biggs (407-54) has the garage in the rear with a side entry. The front of the home shows a touch of class with a large bay window and a covered porch at the entry to the home. This particular home is 36 feet wide and 88 feet deep. With 1,697 square feet of usable living space, this home is very special. Read more

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The Kloster (407-40) is ideal for a cabin in the woods or on beachfront property. It has so many qualities for being that second home on the vacation property everyone dreams about. The Kloster has 1,778 square feet, divided between 1,224 square feet on the main floor and 554 square feet in the attic area. Read more

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Southwestern, with an arched porch, and windows arch-shaped to make continuity across the front of the home, describes the Theron (407-04) to perfection. The portico porch covers the entry door and protects it from the weather. The Theron has 1,828 square feet of living area along with a storage area of 316 square feet. Read more

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Many lots and plots have a hillside that requires a special type of home. The Malzahn (402-53) would fit that category, with its garage located beneath. The right side is elevated on posts with a deck across that area and stairs to the ground. This unique six-sided home would also be ideal for any area with a view. Read more

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The Orion (406-50) is a compact home, uniquely designed with an open floor plan, two-car garage, and many amenities that larger homes have available. This home, with 1,028 square feet of living area, is reminiscent of the homes that many young adults grew up enjoying. Read more

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The Renegade (407-32) is a functional ranch styled home with many amenities. It features a corner wrap-around covered porch, three-car garage, two dormers, and numerous windows along with many extras inside the 2,789 square foot living area. A special bonus is optional attic space of 806 square feet that can be used as extra rooms or storage. Read more

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The Star (406-54) would shine brilliantly as a starter home or for the empty nester that needs an office. The exterior is a mixture of classic and ranch. The covered porch area would allow a swing for those lazy days or a play area during the bad weather for the kids. The classic rooflines contribute to uniqueness of the lines of this 1,460 square foot home. Read more

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Looking for the ranch-styled home with a large, wrap-around covered porch, a covered deck, and many amenities? This description fits the Long (407-28) perfectly. It has a wrap-around porch that extends from the front entry around the side. The covered deck is on the opposite end of the home and is accessible from both the living room and the master suite. The face of the home has a number of roof angles, a dormer over the kitchen, a fireplace chimney, and many windows at various angles. … Read more

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Comfort with elegance; spaciousness with many extra features describes the ranch style of the Rhapsody (338-050). The exterior is brick with a large wrap-around-covered porch. Creative natural light is provided by skylights and light tubes. Disguising the garage is a brick planter under a row of large windows. There are two doors off the entry porch. One goes to the garage with a large shop and a separate storage area. The other opens into a vaulted family room with many windows. An ente… Read more

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The Bantam (408-41) is the ideal home for a narrow or elongated lot. It is two stories and contains a total of 1,899 square feet of living space. It does not have a garage, but if the lot is deep enough or pie shaped, a detached garage could be used. Read more

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An angular plan with vaults rising to the central hexagonal gas fireplace hearth, the Deadwood (406-25) offers 180 degrees of view potential from the living and dining areas. This uniquely shaped home contains 2,056 square feet of open living space. Stairs lead up to the guest entry as well as an informal entry into the utility from the garage. Read more

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The Williamsburg (406-23) is a modest-sized home plan at 1,316 square feet that delivers more value per the building dollar. This attractive, compact home could be the ideal buy for a couple beginning retirement or just buying their first home. Economical to build and maintain, this three-bedroom home combines excellent use of the available space with classic good looks. Read more

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An open floor plan, with luxurious touches and vaulted ceilings, makes the Gieber (404-20) a versatile home, perfect for families that entertain friends and relatives frequently. The living area for this home is 2,506 square feet, with an optional attic area of 650 square feet. This could be developed into a guest room, studio, or a great recreation room. Read more