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Tiered rooflines draw the eye upward with this ranch house plan making a lasting first impression. Its long and lean footprint coupled with a rear-entry garage makes this one-story home well suited for narrow pieces of property in urban areas that are serviced by an alley in the rear. It is a good choice for a replacement home on infill lots in older neighborhoods. But don’t be fooled! What this home lacks in width is makes up for in depth and efficient use of space! Stepping in from the covered front porch, the foyer quickly introduces the stylish dining area accented with decorative columns and a box ceiling. The dining room teams up with the sunny nook and galley style kitchen where you’ll find a pantry, snack bar and access to the grilling porch. At the heart of the home you’ll find the comfortable, yet elegant, great room featuring a stylish 10’ box ceiling treatment and fireplace surrounded with organizational built-ins. Beyond, the laundry room and kids nook serve as a transitional spaces between the living spaces and the two-car garage. Three bedrooms line the left side of the home. Your master suite is situated at the front of the home and showcases a sitting area and a well-appointed bath including a walk-in closet, whirlpool tub, separate shower with seat and dual sinks. Behind the master retreat, two family bedrooms share a compartmented bath. Maximizing use of space while delivering family-friendly features and the comfort you’re looking for, you can’t go wrong with this narrow lot home plan.
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