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4-Bedroom Two-Story Exclusive Shingle Home with Open Living Area (Floor Plan)



  • Sq. Ft.: 4,301
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 4.5
  • Stories: 2
  • Garages: 4

Welcome to photos and footprint for a 4-bedroom two-story shingle home. Here’s the floor plan:

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Main level floor plan
Second level floor plan
  • Parlor with a coffered ceiling, facing sofas, a glass top coffee table, and a fireplace adorned with floral artwork.
  • Formal dining room with a white buffet table and matching dining set well-lit by a beaded chandelier that hangs from the coffered ceiling.
  • Great room with a beige sofa, brass tables, and gray built-ins flanking the fireplace.
  • Kitchen with gray cabinetry, floating shelves, stainless steel appliances, and a double bowl sink placed under the sliding windows.
  • The primary bathroom is equipped with a walk-in shower, a toilet room, dual sink vanity, and a freestanding tub topped with a round chandelier.

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Shake, siding, and stone combine to give this two-story shingle home a great curb appeal. It includes a courtyard entry garage which offers flexible rooms available for expansion. The garage accesses the home through the mudroom.

All rooms in front including the foyer, parlor, and dining room have access to the entry porch. The soaring great room ahead features a fireplace and a trio of windows that bathe the interior with natural light. It opens completely to the eating area and kitchen.

Off the kitchen is a covered patio with a summer kitchen to enhance the outdoor entertaining and a flex room that can serve as an exercise area or a hobby room.

The upper level is occupied by four bedrooms. They surround the laundry room for added convenience. Bedrooms 2 and 3 share a Jack and Jill bath while bedroom 4 and the primary suite enjoy a private full bath.

Plan 270009AF 

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