Plan 22122Q Basement Details
Plan 22122Q - The Northbrook - Basement Details
- 2533 (+440 Bonus)
2 / 1
2 Car Garage
Main Floor Plan
Upper Floor Plan
Basement Floor Plan
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A Walk Through The Northbrook
You'll like this home for its easy layout, sun-filled interior, and contemporary appointments. You'll love this home, though, for its facade. Emanating the same classic appeal as the American Farmhouse, the exterior displays charming dormers, simple under-eave brackets, and an engaging wraparound front porch. The package is one that will have lasting appeal. The front porch wraps around a den, which is filled with light from windows on two walls. On the opposite side of the foyer, the formal dining room includes a built-in hutch and a double window. The farmhouse's inherent sense of welcome extends into the open kitchen, great room, and breakfast nook. A large, welcoming island with a snack bar surveys the nearby areas, allowing conversations to flow between the cook and family and friends. A set of French doors in the great room leads to the backyard. The master suite is the only bedroom located on the main level, which ensures a measure of privacy. Features there include a spa tub, a roomy walk-in closet, and a beautiful picture window with rear view. A staircase leads to the upper level landing, which extends into a cozy library with a dormer window and built-in bookshelves. The space is ideal for studying, reading, or playing quietly. Two other bedrooms share a bath divided into compartments. A large bonus room over the garage - suitable for a variety of uses - completes the upper level. The two-car garage is deep enough to provide space for a shop area. A side door readily and conveniently opens to the side yard.
Upper Floor675 SqFt
Main Floor1858 SqFt
Bonus+ 440 SqFt
Bsmnt (Unfin.)+ 1858 SqFt
Beds and Baths
Height (to Midpt)25'-4"
Garage Bays2 Car Garage
Garage Area575 SqFt
Roof MaterialShake/Comp Roof
Wall Framing2 x 6
Main Roof Pitch12/12
Country house plans are similar to farmhouse style plans. They are usually two story with a covered front or wrap around porch. Quite colonial, the footprint is often boxy or rectangular shaped. Many country house designs feature a centred entryway with stacked single hung windows.
The Mascord collection of craftsman house plans highlight features that were first introduced with the Arts and Crafts movement, which thrived from 1876-1915, and continues to be celebrated today. These homes have great curb appeal, lots of detail and the amenities you need for modern living. Check out the collection for more great home designs.
This home features in our Farmhouse plans collection. Farmhouse is a general term for the main house of a farm. It is a type of building or house which serves a residential purpose in a rural or agricultural setting. Most often, the surrounding environment will be a farm. Many farm houses are shaped like a T. The perpendicular section is referred to as the ell. Architectural styles vary, but very often they are of Cape Cod design. In general styles vary from region to region, but more often the style is simplistic so to serve the needs (and the budget) of the owners.
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- Added 20 SqFt to finished area
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