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Traditional Sheba has many extras inside

The Sheba (407-15) has the look of a traditional two-story ranch home from the outside. However, inside this gracious home are many extras the settlers would not have had available. The first floor has 1,756 square feet with extras like an entertainment center, a large walk-in pantry, skylights, and large rooms. The upstairs has 947 square feet of bedroom space with an optional attic area of 799 square feet. The wrap-around porch provides a covered entry into the home.

The large living room is on the left with a fireplace on the outside wall. Beyond this room is the dining area, with the kitchen in the corner. A garden window over the sink provides a place to grow herbs and flowers, while an appliance center occupies the corner.

The nook faces the rear deck and is brightened by two skylights. A door opens to the deck from this room. Off the nook is the family room with a built-in entertainment center. In the center area of all these rooms is a coat closet, a half bath, the laundry chute from upstairs, and a walk-in pantry with the washer and dryer included behind pocket doors. Under the stairs to the second floor is a large storage closet.

The second floor has two bedrooms, with a shared bath, along with a complete guest suite. The guest suite has a full bath with tub and his and hers sinks, a walk-in closet, and a large open suite area. Bedrooms two and three are nearly identical other than the sizes of the wall closets. The shared bathroom has dual sinks, separate from the tub and stool. Off bedroom three is an optional attic area that is very long and narrow. It extends over the garage area and could be used for a study room, playroom, or for storage. The garage below is designed for three cars, with a large shop and built-in workbench.

The Sheba (407-15) 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 Sheba (407-15) and LLM30.





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