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Oceanside

Oceanside

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$2,000.00
The Oceanside is a rambler house plan featuring the master bedroom suite on the main level as well as 2 additional bedrooms. There is also a large great room area, study and dining area. There is space on the lower level for additional bedrooms, a large fruit room, family room and theater. The Oceanside is shown here in a craftsman elevation style but it can be purchased in other exterior styles.

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The Oceanside is a rambler house plan featuring the master bedroom suite on the main level as well as 2 additional bedrooms. There is also a large great room area, study and dining area. There is space on the lower level for additional bedrooms, a large fruit room, family room and theater. The Oceanside is shown here in a craftsman elevation style but it can be purchased in other exterior styles.

 

BASICS
Bedrooms <3/td>
Baths 2
Garage 3 Car



DIMENSIONS
Width 73
Depth 64
SQUARE FOOTAGE
Main level sq.ft 2100
Lower sq.ft 1944
Upper sq. ft n/a
Total finished sq.ft 2100
Total Area 4260
Fruit Room 216
Storage n/a
Total unfinished sq. ft: 2160

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The Oceanside is a rambler house plan featuring the master bedroom suite on the main level as well as 2 additional bedrooms. There is also a large great room area, study and dining area. There is space on the lower level for additional bedrooms, a large fruit room, family room and theater. The Oceanside is shown here in a craftsman elevation style but it can be purchased in other exterior styles.

 

BASICS
Bedrooms <3/td>
Baths 2
Garage 3 Car



DIMENSIONS
Width 73
Depth 64
SQUARE FOOTAGE
Main level sq.ft 2100
Lower sq.ft 1944
Upper sq. ft n/a
Total finished sq.ft 2100
Total Area 4260
Fruit Room 216
Storage n/a
Total unfinished sq. ft: 2160
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  2. Right Reading Reverse: A "Right-Reading Reverse" option is also available for many plans. When you choose this option, the design will be reversed / mirrored and the text will read normally.
  3. Crawl Space: An area of limited height under a floor or roof, giving access to wiring and plumbing.
  4. Finished Basement Space: The lowest (underground) level of the home will be designed, during construction, to function as a fully habitable addition to the house
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