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Summers many angles make it unique

The Summers (406-32) with 3,297 square feet of living space, is a two-story traditional Southwestern home. Many angles give the home a unique styling, while lending well to a lot of views. The main floor is set up for the home's living quarters while the sleeping arrangements are upstairs.

An oversized three-car garage offers extra storage space, as well as a workbench area. From the drive a short walkway leads to the covered front porch where a double door entry welcomes visitors to the Summers. A coat closet serves as a partition wall from the entry to the dining room, while the vast living room stretches to the right.

Accessible through sliding doors from both the dining room and the family room is a large wrap-around patio in the rear of the home. With the kitchen located between these two doors, it would be ideal for having outdoor feasts, using the kitchen counter as a buffet.

From the unique shaped garage, the door opens into a hall with a large storage/linen closet on the left and a half bath and utility lie on the right. In the rear of the garage, still maximizing on the potential views, is a spacious recreation room complete with window seat.

On the second level, two bedrooms on the right of the home share a full bath and a linen closet. Another room sharing a common wall with the master suite could be a bedroom or a study. At the top of the stairs windows brighten a space large enough for a desk or armoire. Inside the master suite the open space is accented with a bay window in the rear. The bath has an enormous walk-in closet, a linen storage, and a skylight directly over the dressing area. The master suite has been designed to accommodate the normal furniture and still have room for a sitting area.

The Summers, with its blend of tile, brick, and stucco would fit in on a prairie, rolling hills, or the desert, with all the conveniences that makes life easy.

The Summers (406-32) 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 online 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 Summers (406-32) and code.

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