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Rooflines make Sunrise interesting

The Sunrise (408-37) has an interesting facade. It has four different rooflines with a three-car garage on the left and a covered porch on the right. There are two large windows facing the street as well as numerous windows all around the home, bathing the interior with natural light.

The entry of the 1,639 square foot Sunrise faces the vaulted great room area. To the right is an optional built-in buffet with lights. This separates the entry from the dining room area. Large windows run down the right side of the spacious great room. In the back is the living room with sliding doors that open onto a concrete patio in the rear.

To the left of the entry are the kitchen and the nook. The "C" shaped kitchen has a pantry closet and an eating bar facing the nook. The nook has two skylights overhead that brighten the room and make it inviting for those early morning coffees.

The balance of the home is made up of two bedrooms plus the master suite. Bedroom two is adjacent to the living room. French doors add a beautiful touch to the otherwise normal bedroom. It would be great to use as a den or library or even a computer room if not needed as a bedroom. Across the hall from this room is a large storage closet as well as a coat closet.

Bedroom three has a wall closet and a large window. It is adjacent to the utility room with a deep sink and the washer and dryer. There is a folding table as well as cabinets. The bathroom for each bedroom and the rest of the home is located just outside the master suite door. It has a single sink with a tub and a square skylight. It is conveniently placed for use by anyone in the home.

The master suite is nearly square in shape and is a great size. It has two windows in the rear overlooking the backyard. There is walk-in corner closet. Separating the closet from the bathroom is a single sink with a long counter. The bathroom has a tub and stool.

The entire layout of the Sunrise is unique. There is very spacious great room (living and dining rooms) as well as the large bedrooms. The home would be ideal for young families or for the empty nester that likes open rooms.

For a study plan of the SUNRISE (408-37), send $25 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.

Date: 7/25/05





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