Floor Plan Friday: Alfresco and pool on the front

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It’s Floor Plan Friday again today and I found this plan which has the alfresco and pool on the front of the house. As you can see from the front elevation the home would suit a block on a slight hill so the owners could enjoy the view out the front whilst swimming or entertaining.

Click on the plan to enlarge and see it better. It’s actually a good sized home too with a lot of the home facing the view. The master bedroom has an awesome bath!

Here‘s where I found the home.

If you’d love to see more great floor plans then click here. If you have a floor plan you’d like me to look over before you build, please email me or BUY my services. Just click on the button below, pay, then scan and email them to me.


I will spend 2 hours looking over your plan and email back a detailed list of suggestions for changes. I can’t guarantee changes will be needed as your plan may already be perfect in my eyes. But for peace of mind I can either list some suggestions, or let you know how jealous I am of your soon-to-be new home.

♥ KC.

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