#42481 Teglia Place OTB1642 Sq Ft | 3 Bed | 3 Bath | 1 Story | Garage Spaces 2 | Width: 45'-0" Depth: 47'-8"
|Square footage||Plan Specifications||Main features||Architectural Styles|
|First Floor||1642||Width||45' 0"||Main Level||9' 0"||Stories||1||Traditional|
|Second Floor||0||Depth||47' 8"||Second Level||0' 0"||Bedrooms||3|
|Total Heated||1642||Height||25 '-1"||Foundation||Basement||Bathrooms||3|
|Garage||550||Exterior Walls||2 x 6||Garage Spaces||2|
|Main Level||9' 0"|
|Second Level||0' 0"|
Plan DescriptionComing in about 200 sq. ft. larger than the popular original Teglia plan, this design incorporates several additional amenities enhancing the home’s overall livability. Too often we arrive home and everything we’re carrying ends up on the kitchen island. Imagine entering in from the garage, and being greeted by a drop zone cabinet to corral clutter, plus a bench and cubbies or lockers to organize coats, backpacks and everything needed for school tomorrow. A cathedral ceiling dramatically unifies the open socializing area for memorable entertaining, and in the kitchen, back-to-back base island cabinets provide extra storage right where you need it making it easy to find what you’re looking for. Re-live daily the simple joys of an oversized shower you experienced at that resort in your new owner’s bathroom. Tired of carrying overflowing laundry baskets around? What could be more convenient than a direct connection with the laundry room so that in just a couple steps you’re hanging clothes up straight out of the dryer? Finally, consider which you would prefer: a private Jack-N-Jill bathroom with two sinks for the secondary bedrooms and separate powder bath for guests; or a centralized hall bathroom and large walk-in closets for the secondary bedrooms providing room for everything! This home design is an ‘On the Board’ or OTB plan. As such, it is not completely drafted. Final finished square footages and dimensions may vary. Please contact our office to discuss your design needs and construction time table. This home design is an ‘On the Board’ or OTB plan. As such, it is not completely drafted. Most plans can be completed within 15 business days. Others may take longer. Final finished square footages and dimensions may vary. If needed, please contact us at 1.800.947.7526 to discuss your design needs and construction timetable.
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Elevations. Scaled elevations for the front, rear, and sides are provided. All elevations are detailed and an aerial view of the roof is provided.
Foundations. Foundations are fully engineered for each design, whether slab or basement.
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Second Level Floor Plan. Dimensioned and drafted to the same degree of detail as the main level floor plan*.
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