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Reed's features make it stand out

A colonial styled arch with pillars form the covered porch of the Reed (500-38). It is a focal point for the facade of this beautiful home. Brick trim as well as an octagonal window add accents to the look and make the Reed prominent from the street.

Two long windows flank the front door as one enters the Reed. To the right of the entry is an alcove and to the left is a hallway that leads to the bedrooms. The enormous great room spreads itself surrounded with windows and a sliding glass door off the dining area. The openness of this room invites guests and family alike to enter and relax.

The kitchen, in the shape of a large "C" is open to the great room with an eating bar facing the dining room. A corner walk-in pantry adds definition to the open room. Along the kitchen wall in the hall is a long linen closet. Opposite the linen closet is the utility room with its washer/dryer, sink, and a freezer tucked back out of the way. A door opens into the two-car garage where the forced air unit and water heater are located.

Bedrooms two and three both have wall closets and windows that brighten the rooms with sunlight. The full bathroom adjacent to bedroom two has a tub and a single sink.

On the right side of the Reed is the master suite. It has sliding glass doors that open onto a deck that step down to the patio. The panhandle-shaped room has two long wall closets side-by-side with "his and her" sinks opposite. Behind a pocket door is the tub, linen closet, and the toilet. If the long wall closet does not appeal to you, there is an alternate bathroom layout. It would have the dual sinks on the right side; a walk-in closed on the left and the balance of the bathroom the same.

Convenient to the master suite is the den, which could be used as an office, if one needed one, or even another bedroom or nursery. If the second layout is used for the master bath, this room would then have the measurements of 9-feet 6-inches by 10-feet and built-in shelves would be in the corner.

For a study plan of the REED (500-38), 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 THP67 online, mailing, or calling 1-800-562-1151.





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