Inspired by a simpler time, this design by Visbeen Architects features the charm and craftsmanship of the past as well as the conveniences of the modern era. Stone accents, distinctive columns, eye-catching windows, and a varying roofline add character to the exterior, which is dominated by a welcoming wraparound porch. The first floor includes a large kitchen with a table-like snack bar that seats five, an elegant fireplace that defines one side of the living room, and a cozy study with a fireplace. Other highlights include a music room, screened porch, and home office. Upstairs are four spacious bedrooms and baths. The optional lower level can hold a guest bedroom, family room, wet bar, and billiards area. Another guest suite offers visitors or older children privacy above the garage.
194 sq/ft width 11' 6" x depth 16' 10"
130 sq/ft width 11' 8" x depth 11' 2"
136 sq/ft width 11' x depth 12' 4"
119 sq/ft width 17' x depth 7'
925 sq/ft width 37' x depth 25'
204 sq/ft width 17' x depth 12'
323 sq/ft width 17' x depth 19'
255 sq/ft width 17' x depth 15'
237 sq/ft width 17' x depth 13' 2"
150 sq/ft width 11' 6" x depth 13'
Optional Bonus Guest Suite:
349 sq/ft width 13' x depth 12' 10"
223 sq/ft width 13' 6" x depth 16' 6"
130 sq/ft width 13' x depth 10'
Please note: If you are building a Visbeen Architects design in the state of Michigan, please give us a call to confirm availability. Construction in some areas of Michigan requires special permission from the Architect.
All plans are drawn at ¼” scale or larger and include :
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|Home Furniture Planner
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|Audio Video Design
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