#24040 Highland1810 Sq Ft | 3 Bed | 2 Bath | 1 Story | Garage Spaces 2 | Width: 55'-0" Depth: 48'-0"
|Square footage||Plan Specifications||Main features||Architectural Styles|
|First Floor||1810||Width||55' 0"||Main Level||9' 0"||Stories||1||Traditional|
|Second Floor||0||Depth||48' 0"||Second Level||0' 0"||Bedrooms||3|
|Total Heated||1810||Height||24 '-0"||Foundation||Slab||Bathrooms||2|
|Garage||504||Exterior Walls||2 x 4||Garage Spaces||2|
|Main Level||9' 0"|
|Second Level||0' 0"|
Highland : Traditional 1-story design is 1810 square feet with 3 bedrooms and 2 baths.
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