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Little Alcott needs a special lot

A mountain view on a sloping hillside is one of the most wonderful locations for a home. However, it takes a uniquely special home to fit on this type of lot. The Little Alcott (408-34) is perfect for that sort of location. It has a two-car garage with entry from the front, a large main floor with two decks off the rear, and a full finished basement with large covered patio. Its angular shape adds charm and eye appeal as one approaches this home.

Down a long covered porch, entry into the Little Alcott brings a guest face to face with the dining/kitchen area. The vaulted dining room has two large windows to bath the room with light. A large pantry is nestled into a corner of the stairwell as it forms a "T" shape. The kitchen, while compact and easily accessible for the cook, provides an eating bar and nook that face the huge, spaciously open living room. This is ideal for family gatherings or nightly family conversations. The nook has a door that opens onto the deck and windows that overlook the rear view.

The living room, with a corner gas fireplace, has three windows that look out over the valley and bring the wonderful sunlight into the room. In an alcove area behind the stairs facing the living room is a half bath.

The right side of the Little Alcott is dedicated to a wonderful master suite. It has French doors opening onto a private deck in the rear for those evenings when enjoyment of the sunset is essential. There is a large walk-in closet, with solar tube passing through to the basement. The bath has dual vanity sinks separated from the tub. A linen closet and shelves have been added for additional storage.

The stairs to the basement form a "T" so one can go either direction. To the right are bedrooms two and three, and a large full bath with dual sinks, a tub and huge linen closet. Solar tubes have been used for extra lighting in this room. On the backside of the stairwell is a large utility room with the washer/dryer, a laundry chute, folding counter, and storage. Also tucked away behind the stairs is the water heater and forced air unit.

Descending to the left brings one to a large family room with French doors opening onto the covered patio. This room has four large windows that provide a view of two sides of the valley below.

The Little Alcott (408-34) is our plan of the week. For a limited time, we are offering up to 30 percent off construction plans for this design. Call us at 1-800-562-1151 or visit us online at www.ldiplans.com for details. A $25 study plan is also available consisting of: an artist rendering, elevations, floor plans, and cross section. Order online or search hundreds of other designs including garages, multifamily, and standard and luxury homes at www.ldiplans.com. Order this week to save up to 30 percent off construction plans using the discount code (LLM30) or send payment to Landmark Designs Inc., PO Box 5625 Eugene, OR 97405, remember to indicate Little Alcott (408-34) and code.





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