3 BEDROOM; 2 BATH; LIVING AREA 1288 SQ FT
Simple to Build and Easy On Your Budget Too
ONE FLOOR 1288 SQ FT – LIVING ROOM, COAT CLOSET, DINING ROOM, KITCHEN, MASTER BEDROOM and FULL BATH, 2 other BEDROOMS, FULL BATH
Just imagine you and your husband playing on the floor with your baby son in front of the cozy warmth of the LIVING ROOM fireplace. This compact house feels quite roomy because of the vaulted ceiling, open floor plan and an abundance of sunlight streaming in through the front windows and sliding glass door in the back. The compact design continues throughout, including bi-fold doors hiding washer and dryer at the end of the hallway.
Larch Mountain is an extinct volcano east of Portland near Corbett, Oregon.
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