2 BEDROOM, 2 BATH, LIVING AREA 1422 SQ FT, GARAGE 484 SQ FT
Budget Friendly, One-Story Home
ONE FLOOR 1422 SQ FT – ENTRY with COAT CLOSET, KITCHEN, DINING ROOM, FAMILY ROOM, MASTER BEDROOM SUITE, 1 other BEDROOM, FULL BATH, UTILITY ROOM, OFFICE.
This is a perfect house plan for a single work-at-home professional, a young family or a retired couple wanting to downsize and simplify their lives. But don’t under-estimate this house plan’s potential for elegant living. Its simple design lets you splurge on furnishing the open living space with stylish flooring, lighting, and luxurious ambiance from a lovely corner gas fireplace.
Pearsoll Peak is in the Kalmiopsis Wilderness in the Klamath Mountains in southwestern Oregon and had a historic fire lookout. Its summit is 5098 ft.
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