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Daisy convenient, versatile

The Daisy (409-05) with its brick and wood face, and covered pillar porch reflects the feel of the flower itself. It is very composite outside with something excellent contained inside its 978 square feet.

Entry into this great home is across the covered porch and into a huge open room. The front door opens into the front corner of the home with a large window over the sink for light and so the cook can enjoy the view while preparing the meals. There is a built-in dishwasher, range and oven, along with an ice-making refrigerator. Beyond the kitchen is a full bath with a tub.

Opening off the living/dining room like two more petals are the two extra bedrooms. They each have large windows, bathing the rooms with light, along with wall closets. The second bedroom would be ideal for a nursery as it is next to the master suite, within easy hearing distance.

The master suite has its own bath with a tub and single sink. There is a large corner linen closet, perfect for storing towels, washcloths, sheets, and blankets. The closet for the master suite is along one full wall, with large sliding doors. The window in this room faces the rear of the home.

The last part of the home that comes off the living/dining room area is the garage. A door near the kitchen provides entry to the garage, ideal for unloading groceries. In the rear corner of the garage is the washer and dryer. These are between the door to the home and the door to the side yard. On the other side of the spacious garage are the water heater and the forced air unit.

The Daisy provides easy access for every room as they all radiate off the living/dining room. Convenience and versatility was designed into this floor plan so it would take advantage of all the space and make all of it usable.

As with so many of the designs, this home is a great starter home, narrow in width, making it ideal for the odd shaped lots that are being formed. It would be economical to build and could be enlarged in the future if needed.

For a study plan of the DAISY (409-05), send $25, to Landmark Designs, PO Box 5625, Eugene, OR 97405 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 30 percent on construction plans using the code (LLM30) online, mailing, or calling 1-800-562-1151.





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