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- Width: 16'-0" Depth: 50'-0"
- Width: 16'-0" Depth: 50'-0", 1 Half Baths
- Standard Foundation - Walkout Basement
- Building height - 15'
- Roof pitches - 5/12, 8/12
- Ceiling heights -
- Bath, Entry - 8'
- Garage - 16'-8"
- 12' x 14' overhead door
- Attractive one-story exterior disguises a nearly 17' high rear garage for an RV
- Protective wrap-around porch leads to an entry foyer with half bath and stair to lower level
- Complete list of materials
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