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Lady Kay mimics farm house of past

The classic look of a farmhouse is exemplified in the Lady Kay (G10-785). It has a large wrap around porch and two dormers on the front of the home. It has one other classic feature and that is there is no attached garage. Farmhouses of early years always had a detached garage or barn.

The Lady Kay has 1,907 square feet of living space and an unfinished basement of 1,269 square feet. If needed, the basement could be finished into more bedrooms or a recreation room, or even just storage.

The front door is centered in the wrap around porch, bringing guests into the home facing the dining room on the right or the living room straight ahead. The dining room is very open with a bay window on the right side of the room. To the rear is the kitchen. It has the open shape of a "C" with a smaller counter across containing the range and oven. An eating bar is on the end of the main counter facing the dining room. At the rear of the kitchen is the utility room with a built-in pantry and storage closet.

A long living room with sliding doors to the back deck occupies the center rear of the Lady Kay. A large fireplace or wood stove is situated on the left wall with a shelf adjacent. Between the coat closet in the entry and the living room is a half bath.

The left side of Lady Kay is master suite. It has sliding doors that also open onto the rear deck as well as windows that bathe the room in light on the left. The walk through master bath has a walk-in closet on the left with "his and her" sinks on the right. Further in is a full bath with a tub and a shower as well as a linen closet.

Upstairs are two other bedrooms. They each have a dormer window with a large walk-in closet. Between the two rooms is an area open to the living room below. A full bath with a tub and a linen closet just outside are located next to the stairs. There is also a plant ledge (actually over the half bath downstairs) where real or artificial flowers can provide color to both floors.

Order or search through thousands of plans on-line at Use the code THP67 and save 15 percent on full set orders. Or call us at 1-800-562-1151, making sure you have the discount code THP67 and the plan name and number LADY KAY (G10-785). Study plans for $24.95 are available for all our plans.

Date: 4/14/05

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