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Huckleberry good for family, has room to grow

The 1,218 square foot Huckleberry(404-10) would make an excellent purchase for the first time homebuyer. For a family with small chidren, the floor design of the Huckleberry offers a substantial amoun for your building dollar.

The handsome wood exterior projects a sold permanence and adds greatly to the curb appeal. The covered front porch leads to a recessed entry that has a vaulted ceiling and a roomy coat closet for the convenience of your guests. To the left of the entry are the sleeping areas. The master suite, for a home this size, is quite spacious and features a large walk-in closet with plenty of shelves, window to the back yard, and a private bathroom.

Across the hall, and in perfect proximity for those with youngsters needing close attention, are two good-sized bedrooms. Each has sufficient closet space, adn one contains a built-in desk. This room, if not needed for use as a bedroom, cound function as a sewing room, den or home office. In the hallway are a full bathroom and a linen closet.

The main section of this floor plan, where family activities and entertaining are centered, is designated as a great room. This combines the living room, family room and dining room into one huge unclutered expanse. Here you and your visitors can enjoy a movie, board game or good conversation. The adjacent walk-in kitchen is placed for maximum efficiency. Along with all the appliances, three is a step-in pantry and garden window. Meals are easily served in the dining area or, weather permitting; open the sliding glass doors and dine on the back patio.

An added feature is the direct access to the kitchen from the garage. This allows you to carry groceries right into the house without worrying about the climate outside. A utility area is at the rear of the garage.

For a study plan of the HUCKLEBERRY (404-10), send $15 to Landmark Designs, Inc., 33127 Saginaw Rd. E., Cottage Grove, OR 97424. Compact disks, with search functions are free of charge, to help you search our portfolio for you dream home ($5 shipping and handling will apply). Or you may order or search online at www.ldiplans.com. Save 15 percent on construction plans using the code THP67 online, mailing, or calling 1-800-562-1151.





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