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House Plans

Ramsey Variation at Watermark, Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina

Although the 'Ramsey' plan has been built elsewhere, this variation is a prime example of a great medium sized home finished wonderfully. Lots of detail, a great open plan, Master Bedroom on the main

Plan 44116TD: Low Country Beach House Plan

Transom windows and coffered ceilings distinguish this Low Country beach house, raised high up on pilings.The open layout in back lets you see from the kitchen to the big living room to the rear porch.There is plenty of storage available with multiple walk-in closets throughout the home.The entire second floor is devoted to the master suite with its private deck to relax on.Open railing lets you look down to the hall below.Related Plans: Build on a slab with house plan 44129TD.Get more room with house plan 44091TD (2,621 sq. ft.) and a more square layout with house plan 44117TD (2,616 sq. ft.). Downsize with house plan 44124TD (1,283 sq. ft.).

Plan 55126BR: Coastal House Plan With Observation Room

The elevated foundation of this terrific beach house plan allows for a three-vehicle carport at ground level. Running the width of the house, a covered porch is ideal for outdoor lounging.On the main level, the living room soars upward for two stories and flows into the dining room with its handy pantry closet.An angled eating counter separates the kitchen from the living and dining rooms.Walk-in closets serve all three bedrooms.Upstairs, you'll find the second full bath, two bedrooms and an observation room.In the observation room, you can take in the view or perhaps curl up with a book.Related Plan: For a 2 bedroom version, see house plan 5572BR.

Bluffton - Coastal Living | Coastal Living House Plans

• Designed by Joe Hall and Rob Hull of Hilton Head Island, South Carolina

• Ceiling heights: 9 feet main level

• With a deep, metal-roofed porch skirting the front, one entire side, and a portion of the rear of the house, this plan makes the most of sheltered outdoor living space.

• The architects designed the floor plan with a hint of the simple, narrow, front-gabled Southern shotgun-style house.

• The bedrooms are stacked along one side-two with a shared bath anchor the front, while at the back of the house, the master bedroom features a private bath, a spacious walk-in closet, and access to the porch.

• Near the center of the house, the kitchen connects the dining and family rooms. Deep windows and French doors in the family room link the interiors with views beyond. With a less formal furniture arrangement, the dining room could also function as additional living space.

Sugarloaf II Modular Floor Plan by Southern Structures, Inc. Florida

The Sugarloaf II modular home floor plan by Southern Structures, Florida