The Murdoch plan, by Design Evolutions Inc., GA, is a classical design in the Italianate architecture style. It is perfect for narrow and deep lots with garage access via rear load entry. The home design measures thirty (30) feet in width and eighty eight (88) feet in depth. The total livable space is calculated at 2,916 square feet.
This two story design has four (4) bedrooms with two and one half (2 1/2) bathrooms. The first floor has a standard ceiling height of 10′-0″ and the second floor has a standard height of 9′-0″.
The first floor consist of the family room, kitchen & breakfast, formal dining room (with coffer ceiling), and a study/ office space that is flexible enough to be use for other functions such as a playroom. A mudroom and storage room serves as a buffer between the living areas and the two car garage.
The second floor includes all of the bedrooms and the two full bathrooms that is the master bath and full bath shared by the secondary bedrooms.
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