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Bunce would fit a compact lot

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 daylight basement.

Entry into the Bunce shows off a rather different floor plan with the master suite to the right, utilizing the bay-shaped area as the main suite, a full walk-in closet, and bath area that runs the full width of the master suite. There is an oversized tub, a shower, his-and-her sinks and large linen closet, all separated from the main suite area by French doors.

Straight through the entry brings the family/living room into view. Two dormers have been used to bathe the room in extra light. A gas fireplace is located on the right side with sliding doors opening onto the rear deck that has stairs to the basement level. At the left end of the family/living room is an open, well-arranged kitchen. This layout is perfect for parties, as there is plenty of space for more than one cook. The island eating bar makes a great spot for the kids to eat or for the family to have breakfast. Next to the kitchen area is a half-bath.

Moving forward from the kitchen is the utility room with a large storage closet, broom closet, sink, washer/dryer, and an ironing board. Direct access to the garage is through this room. Adjacent to the utility is the accessible formal dining room, separated from the main entry with French doors, adding elegance to both areas. The basement stairs make up one wall of the dining area, while the opposite side faces the kitchen and is lined with a shelf for displaying assorted valuables.

The basement contains two bedrooms, a large activity room, and a shop. The bedrooms are large with wall closets and numerous windows. The shared bath has a large shower with a single sink. The forced air unit and water heater is next to the bath in a storage closet. The activity room has its own gas fireplace and a sliding door to the patio. Off the activity room is an area shown as the shop.

The Bunce (408-17) is our plan of the week. For a limited time, we are offering up to 30 percent off construction plans for this design. Call us at 1-800-562-1151 or visit us online at www.ldiplans.com for details. A $25 study plan is also available consisting of: an artist rendering, elevations, floor plans, and cross section. Order online or search hundreds of other designs including garages, multifamily, and standard and luxury homes at www.ldiplans.com. Order this week to save up to 30 percent off construction plans using the discount code (LLM30) or send payment to Landmark Designs, Inc. PO Box 5625 Eugene, OR 97405, remember to indicate Bunce (408-17) and code.


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