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Open living makes Vanceboro awesome

With 1,902 square feet of open living space, the Vanceboro (D8518) could be easily made wheelchair accessible. It does have an optional basement but it also has the option of the crawl space also. There are large pillars on the covered porch and dormer over the entry. The facade is rustic and yet has a charming quality that would fit in any type area.

The foyer is open and looks straight into the large great room at the center of the Vanceboro. On the rear wall is a large fireplace surrounded by windows. The room is long and spacious. The nook is adjacent to the great room and is part of the openness of the space. It has patio doors that open to backyard.

The kitchen walls run parallel to each other with an island in the center. There is a built-in pantry and a large amount of counter space. Beyond the kitchen is large utility, easily accessible. The door to the two-car garage is at the end of the hall, making the unloading of groceries and packages easy.

The right side of the Vanceboro is the sleeping area. The master suite is in the rear. It has a small door but it could be moved and French doors used to give a wheelchair more room. The ceiling is a 10-foot coffer and the back part of suite is the sitting room. The master bath is very open with the shower, spa tub, sinks and linen closet easily accessible. The walk-in closet is large and open also.

Bedroom two is adjacent to a bathroom with a tub. A linen closet is handy for the bedrooms also. Bedroom three could be just that, a bedroom, or if the wall closet were left out, it would make a wonderful den/library. Shelves could be added, or a built-in desk for the computer buff, or even used as a hobby or sewing room.

This home would be so ideal as an empty nester; specifically one that might need more open space and easy access that a normal home would provide. It has the look a vacation home that would make retirement fun and comfortable.

For a study plan of the VANCEBORO (D8518), 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.

Date: 11/28/05





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