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Marshall

10-160

The vaulted ceilings in this traditional home plan expand the volume throughout every room. In the great room and nook, windows fill most of one wall. Utilities are close to the kitchen, garage and all four bedrooms.

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Marshall's great for narrow lot

Measuring in at just a little under 1,600 square feet, the Marshall is smaller than most four bedroom homes. Designed to fit on a small lot and relatively inexpensive to build, this floor plan still includes many features modern home buyers want, such as a vaulted master suite with private bath, vaulted great room/kitchen combination and indoor utility.

If the designers had placed a wall between the kitchen and great room, both spaces would seem cramped. Fortunately they didn't. They chose instead to let the work island provide partial separation thus creating a wide open feeling. Sliding glass doors at the back open onto a covered deck.

The Marshall's master suite has a large walk-in closet and a vanity with a mirror that never gets steamy, due to its location in the dressing area outside the water closet. The three other bedrooms share another similarly designed bathroom.

Utilities are tucked into a passageway between the bedrooms and the garage. A linen storage closet are in the hallway, conveniently close to the bedrooms and bathrooms.

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