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Design of Buffalo makes it family oriented

The angled design of the Buffalo (334-180) accents the placement of the sleeping areas at opposite ends of the home. This configuration is advantageous to a family with mature children living at home, or an aging parent to consider. All within the family atmosphere can have privacy.

Street appeal is high with the handsome brick and siding exterior. A sky lit, covered front porch provides a welcoming sight to visitors. The rooms on either side of the entry boast large windows to afford an expansive front view. The living room, on the right, is an ideal location for quiet conversation, soft music, or spending a lazy afternoon with a favorite author.

Abutting the living room is the well-appointed master suite. Skylights cover the ceiling and sliding glass doors allow access to the back deck on warm summer evenings. Other master suite amenities include a walk-in closet, protective home security system and private bathroom with shower, oversized tub, and twin basins.

The nook/kitchen/family room area flows together as the central gathering spot in the house. Here the cook can prepare food without missing out on the family chitchat. This kitchen has a walk-in pantry, cooktop, double ovens, garden window and microwave. Meals can be easily served in the dining room or the casual breakfast nook. Hot snacks may be taken into the family room as the gang watches television. This roomy, sky lit spot is kept cozy by the brick-hearthed corner fireplace. A built-in computer desk is handy for keeping the household accounts in order or lets you play games, with the latest software program.

The hallway to the left of the kitchen leads to a full bathroom and two bedrooms. Each bedroom has ample closet space and they share linen storage. Nearby stairs take you down to 1987 square feet of basement space. An attic, with pull-down stairs, runs the length of the home.

The floor plan concludes with a utility room opening to a two-car garage that houses a central vacuum system and extra storage space.

For a study plan of the BUFFALO (334-180), send $15, to Landmark Designs, 33127 Saginaw Rd. E., Cottage Grove, OR 97424 or call 1-800-562-1151. Be sure to specify plan name and number. Compact disks, with search functions are free of charge, to help you search our portfolio for your 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 THP7 online, mailing, or calling 1-800-562-1151.

Date: 6/19/06






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