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Cottage Style House Plan - 2 Beds 1 Baths 672 Sq/Ft Plan #536-4

This 672 square feet coastal style 2 bedroom, 1 bath home plan takes advantage of a long narrow lot -- it's only 14 feet wide but includes a deep front porch. The L-shaped kitchen at one end of the living room opens to a side entry. There's a bunk room behind the kitchen and the master bedroom and bath are beyond that. This design would make a fine cabin or starter home. This plan is also featured in our Editor's Blog, EYE ON DESIGN. New Katrina Cottages and Bungalows

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Photo 16 of 17 in Lake|Flato’s Wellness-Focused Haciendas in Dallas…

Haciendas by Lake|Flato floor plan Photo 16 of 17 in Lake|Flato’s Wellness-Focused Haciendas in Dallas Start at $589K. Browse inspirational photos of modern homes. From midcentury modern to prefab housing and renovations, these stylish spaces suit every taste.

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Modern Style House Plan - 2 Beds 1 Baths 1396 Sq/Ft Plan #497-27

This was created to be a cool, highly functional design that is truly affordable. The designers were challenged to find innovative ways to reduce cost while instilling useful features and amenities. The overarching strategy was to re-think the main factors in construction cost: labor, building size/square footage, and materials. The approach used to reduce paid labor was to integrate Do It Yourself “DIY” projects into the designs. This is a great way for the home owner to reduce costs while…

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