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Plan B22156F

Abbeywood with Basement

  • 2528 SqFt
    +455 Bonus
  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1 Pwdr
  • 2 Floors
  • 3 Car Garage

Main Floor Plan

Main Floor Plan

Lower Floor Plan

Lower Floor Plan

Upper Floor Plan

Upper Floor Plan

Photos

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Home Details

Heated Area

  • Upper Floor

    537 SqFt
  • Main Floor

    1991 SqFt
  • Sub-Total

    2528 SqFt
  • Bonus

    + 455 SqFt
  • Bsmnt (Unfin.)

    + 1853 SqFt

Amenities

  • Bedrooms

    3
  • Full Baths

    2
  • Half Baths

    1
  • Floors

    2

Dimensions

Structure

  • Roof Framing

    Truss
  • Roof Material

    Shake/Comp Roof
  • Snowload

    25 lb/sf
  • Wall Framing

    2 x 6
  • Main Roof Pitch

    12/12

Garage

  • Garage Bays

    3 Car Garage
  • Garage Area

    1012 SqFt
  • Garage Location

    Front
  • Garage Orientation

    Angled

Foundation

  • In-Ground Basement

Why take a vacation to a secluded mountain lodge when you could build your own? That’s what your friends and family will think the first time they see your home. The warm, rich Craftsman exterior — updated with hints of rustic Lodge styling — will give your visitors a cheerful welcome long before you’ve answered the door. With trees and rugged terrain surrounding your home, you’ll be able to set the perfect atmosphere for a weekend of hunting, hiking or fishing in mountain streams.

When you need to take a break from your outdoor activities, the Abbeywood has everything you need to rest and relax. Gather around the fireplace in the vaulted great room to enjoy the scenery through the large windows as you share hunting stories.

Evenings spent in the Abbeywood’s master suite will be nothing short of luxurious. Freshen up in the master bath’s tiled shower, or soothe away aches and pains from a long day of hiking with a hot bath in the spa bathtub. When it’s finally bedtime, you’ll be able to enjoy looking out over the wilderness through the master bedroom’s wide windows as you drift off to sleep.

The Abbeywood’s upper floor features two bedrooms and a bonus room, which gives you plenty of space for overnight guests. Invite your friends to stay for hunting season, and once they’ve enjoyed the luxuries your home has to offer, they might just decide to stay on even after the season comes to a close. This floor also has a large storage room, which gives you a great place to keep all of your out-of-season gear.

If you enjoy hunting and fishing, then there’s a good chance that you also enjoy preparing the things that you’ve harvested. That’s where the Abbeywood’s kitchen comes in handy. Gather everyone together to prepare an extraordinary feast of wild game — the island and wraparound counters ensure that everyone has plenty of room to work.

Although the Abbeywood encourages you to spend plenty of time at play, this home also makes sure that you can get work done, too. The mud room, for instance, gives everyone a place to kick off muddy boots, overalls and hunting vests. If you want to make sure your outerwear is fresh and ready to go for tomorrow’s activities, go ahead and start a load of laundry before venturing further into the house.

You’ll also have your very own home office. This is a great place not only to attend to your business, but to hang up hunting trophies from seasons gone by.

Note: This version includes a full in-ground basement


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