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Sycamore would fit in odd-shaped lots

In the new home subdivisions, space is of the essence. It has created the need for narrow, compact homes that will fit in the odd-shaped lots. The Sycamore (D6715) meets those needs perfectly. It is 41 feet, 8 inches wide and 42 feet, 4 inches deep. The garage has a front entry, but could be converted to side entry if the lot were on a corner. The home has the traditional ranch style, but appears more open because of all the large windows that line the front.

The main floor of the Sycamore is has the feeling of one large room. The front door opens directly into a large living room, bathed in sunlight from the many windows that are around the room. A large fireplace is on the outside wall. Behind the front door is a seat to be used for taking off muddy shoes and wet coats. A coat closet is adjacent.

The kitchen and dining room are in the rear of the home. The corner kitchen is open with an island eating bar facing the dining room. Over the sink is a garden window. Large windows provide extra light for the dining room. A door to the back yard is beside the pantry and closet.

Upstairs is a large master suite as well as two other bedrooms and a full bath. The master suite has a coffer-vaulted ceiling. The corner walk-in closet as a seat designed for convenience in changing shoes. The master bath has a tub and dual sinks as well as a large linen closet. In the hall area outside the master suite is the washer/dryer, hidden behind folding doors. Bedrooms two and three each have wall closets and long windows to catch the afternoon sun. The full bath has a tub and single sink.

Overall, the total living area is 1,499 square feet. There is the unfinished storage area of 250 square feet and the unfinished basement of 747 square feet which could all be utilized in the future as bedrooms or as a family room. This home has great potential.

The Sycamore (D6715) 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 Sycamore (D6715) and code.

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