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San Pablo's classic southwestern lines make it attractive

Displaying beautiful classic southwestern lines, the compact San Pablo (D6807) is an ideal starter home. It has a tile roof, colonial-styled porch, and brick accents across the face of the home. It is attractive yet unique in appearance. It has 1,528 square feet of living space and would be ideal for a retiree who is looking to build in a warmer climate.

Adjacent to the covered porch is a large planter on the left. It is eye-catching as one enters into the San Pablo. The entry faces the huge great room that occupies the center of the home. It has a large fireplace in rear of the room, surrounded by large windows. The room appears even larger with the 10-foot ceiling.

To the right side of the great room are the two extra bedrooms. They are equal in size and each has a large wall closet. Between the two rooms is a full bath with a single sink and tub.

On the left side of the entry is a formal dining room. It has a large window overlooking the planter in the front and a coffered ceiling vault. In the corner at the rear is a built-in corner hutch, ideal for showing off the beautiful China dishes or the crystal collected over the years of marriage. The dining room opens into a hall that has a storage closet to the right and the door to the two-car garage to the left.

The kitchen/nook is separated from the living room and the hall area by archways. There is a pantry in the front corner of the kitchen and a full eating bar facing the great room. The breakfast nook has windows on all three sides and has a 10-foot vaulted ceiling. With the light streaming in from the windows, brunch with the family, or just a casual day of reading the paper and sipping coffee becomes a pleasure.

The master suite occupies the left rear corner of the San Pablo. It also has the added décor of a 10-foot vaulted ceiling. There is large walk-in closet with a sink across the room.

Just outside the door to the master suite are the washer and dryer, hidden by folding doors. Down the hall, near the entry to the San Pablo, is an optional set of stairs leading to the unfinished basement. If this feature is needed, there are 1,483 square of additional space.

The San Pablo (D6807) is our plan of the week. For a limited time, we are offering up to 50 percent off construction plans for this design. Call us at 1-800-562-1151 or visit us on line at 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, multi-family, and standard and luxury homes at Order this week to save up to 50 percent off construction plans using the discount code THP67 or send payment to Landmark Designs, Inc. PO Box 5625 Eugene, OR 97405, remember to indicate San Pablo (D6807) and code.

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