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Mascord House Plan 22216A: The Augustine
The Augustine

Plan 22216A

Mascord House Plan 22216A: The Augustine

Rear Rendering

Plan 22216A - The Augustine - Contemporary Upslope plan with 2 Cars and Guest Suite

Main Floor Plan

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Lower Floor Plan

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Upper Floor Plan

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A Walk Through The Augustine

Modern lifestyles require imaginative homes that blend both form and function into something that suits the unique aspects of your family. That is exactly what the Augustine gives you. On the outside, this home is all contemporary, with beautiful geometry that works beautifully with mixed siding materials in your choice of shades. Step inside, however, and you’ll find a variety of amenities mixed with comfortable living spaces.

The Augustine’s main floor features the kitchen, dining area, great room and the home’s office. The office is the perfect place to pursue a work-at-home career. Whether you’re a writer, designer or in another line of work, you’ll find the built-in cabinets useful for storing all of your business’s needs, and with that, there is plenty of space here for the desk of your dreams.

The kitchen features an L-shaped design that gives you miles of counter space plus an eat-in island where the kids will enjoy breakfasts and lunches. Between the dining room and great room, you’ll have all the space you’ll need to host holiday gatherings or to kick back and unwind after a long day at work. Here, a fireplace will keep you toasty in the winter, and a deck accessible from both the dining area and great room gives you the perfect outdoor spot to relax in the summer.

In the Augustine, the upper floor is designed for comfort. Two bedrooms give the kids plenty of play space, and the bathroom between them features a unique structure. The bath itself is private, and to either side are a sink and toilet, one to each bedroom. This means that your kids will have their own private, organized space to get ready in the morning. The master suite features a vaulted ceiling that gives it a lofty, open feel. His-and-hers sinks in the bath will make your morning routine simple, and the walk-in closet keeps your wardrobe conveniently close at hand. The laundry room is on this floor, too, and that’s an added bonus since that means once the laundry is done, you’ll only be a few steps away from each of the bedroom’s closets to put it away.

The Augustine’s lower level is one of the things that makes this home so unique. There is garage and storage space down here, but apart from that, there is also a small apartment that gives you lots of options. This space if fully featured with its own living room, kitchenette, bedroom, bathroom and even space for a small washer and dryer. It’s perfect if you have aging parents who need a place to stay, or if you have a grown child who isn’t quite ready to leave the nest yet. This also makes a sumptuous space for overnight guests, or you could sublet it if you so desired.

Home Details

Heated Space

  • Upper Floor

    1019 SqFt
  • Main Floor

    1256 SqFt
  • Basement

    599 SqFt
  • Total Area

    2874 SqFt

Beds and Baths

  • Bedrooms

  • Full Baths

  • Half Baths

  • Floors


Exterior Dimensions


  • Garage Bays

    2 Car Garage
  • Garage Area

    586 SqFt
  • Garage Location

  • Garage Orientation



  • Roof Framing

  • Roof Material

    Metal/Standing Seam Roof
  • Snowload

    25 lb/sf
  • Wall Framing

    2 x 6
  • Main Roof Pitch



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This plan is based upon another design - 22216
  • Added 437 SqFt to finished area
  • Added a bedroom.
  • Added a bathroom.
Check out the details for Plan 22216 here.

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