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Mascord House Plan B2455: The Lacombe

Plan B2455

Lacombe with Basement

  • 7007 SqFt
  • 5 Beds
  • 4 Baths
  • 1 Pwdr
  • 2 Floors
  • 4 Car Garage

Main Floor Plan

Main Floor Plan

Upper Floor Plan

Upper Floor Plan

Basement Floor Plan

Basement Floor Plan

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Home Details

Heated Space

  • Upper Floor

    1560 SqFt
  • Main Floor

    5447 SqFt
  • Total Area

    7007 SqFt
  • Bsmnt (Unfin.)

    + 5175 SqFt

Beds and Baths

  • Bedrooms

    5
  • Full Baths

    4
  • Half Baths

    1
  • Floors

    2

Exterior Dimensions

Garage

  • Garage Bays

    4 Car Garage
  • Garage Area

    1407 SqFt
  • Garage Location

    Front
  • Garage Orientation

    Angled

Structure

  • Roof Framing

    Combo
  • Roof Material

    Tile Roof
  • Snowload

    27 lb/sf
  • Wall Framing

    2 x 6
  • Main Roof Pitch

    12/12

A Walk Through The Lacombe

This design's prominent front gable with decorative wood braces and two-story turret recall both Tudor and French Normandy influences. The elegance of these styles also is reflected on its sprawling interior. The turret houses a beautiful circular staircase, which becomes a focal point in the foyer that is visible from the nearby dining room and great room. Heavy posts delineate the open formal rooms of the dining room and great room, providing visual separation without obstructing views or traffic flow. The great room offers a fireplace flanked by built-in cabinets. An open passageway leads to the breakfast nook and kitchen. The kitchen will be a destination for guests with its built-in aquarium in the snack bar island and its heavy wood beams accentuating the ceiling. Wine lovers will appreciate the ability to peruse the walk-in wine closet just down the hall. Accordion-style glass doors along the kitchen's rear wall open to the back porch and a covered outdoor living area with a fireplace. A large recreation room plays host to casual entertaining and everyday family fun. Spacious enough for several games tables, it provides a wet bar, a fireplace, and a gazebo-style card room. The opposite side of the home houses the master suite, which has a large dressing closet with an island and a pair of windows that bring in natural light. A fireplace warms the bedroom and sitting area, while built-ins provide storage for a television, books or collections. Windows at the rear of the bedroom and sitting area fill the space with light. Built-ins distinguish the home office and provide plenty of storage. A fireplace and large picture window make handsome counterpoints to the cabinetry. At the top of the circular staircase, a hallway leads to four upper-level bedrooms. All the bedrooms feature built-in desks and bookshelves. Pairs of bedrooms on each end of the upper level share baths divided into compartments, an arrangement which allows more than one person to use the bathrooms at the same time.

Note: This version includes a full in-ground basement

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Builders known to be experienced constructing this home include:

T.H.E. Remodel Group Tualatin, OR 5038691290
AMERICAN COLONIAL HOMES, LLC MOUNT LAUREL, NJ 8664226198
R M HOMES DUANESBURG, NY 5183653719
US Log and Timber Dallas, TX 7703632715
Green Construction Holmes Builders Chicago, IL 7738957818
J.T. Roth Construction Portland, OR 5036392639
Chilton Custom Homes Woodland, WA 3609980462
KELLI & LANG REMAX GATEWAY ANACORTES, WA 3602938654
Dry Canyon Building, LLC Redmond, OR 5412805664
Sasha and Company Vancouver, WA 5033510773
Kenan Construction , 9106040043
(find more builders in our Builder Directory)

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