Traditional Country House Trough its Construction Process

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Traditional country home  is what many people would like to have as their home. The plan shows a bedeck covered with a wrap-around front porch. As well there are two more covered porches giving the family which live here a lot of ways how to spend their days. There is a lovely interior plan offering private master suite connected with a walk-in closet and a five-fixture bath. Off the large foyer the house offers a formal dining room and study room that could be used as a fourth bedroom also. Living room,dining room, nook and kitchen are all connected together, creating an appealing living space. Traditional country home

Traditional Country Home

A masterpiece of a fireplace is a focal point that would leave you breathless. Upstairs, there are two bedrooms with walk-in closets sharing the third bath. There is an unused space that could be used as a game room. Under stair space is turned into closet space which is so needed. There are 2,796 square feet used for the construction of this house. Ready to see the construction process?







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