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2-Story 3-Bedroom House With Dual Master Suites (Floor Plan)


  • 2,095 Sq Ft
  • 3 Beds
  • 2.5 Baths
  • 2 Stories

Ah, the back woods – where the air is as fresh as the “new car” smell and the silence is only broken by the occasional deer frolicking or the woodpecker’s latest home renovation project.

If you’re looking to plant your roots in such a place, have I got a treat for you: an expanded back woods 3 bed house plan that’s more charming than grandma’s apple pie and as cozy as a hug from a bear (you know, if bears gave hugs instead of, well, bear hugs).

This abode sprawls over a generous 2,095 square feet, with enough room to swing a cat, a dog, and maybe a pet raccoon if you’re into that sort of thing.

It’s a two-story testament to rustic elegance, with 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths, ensuring that you won’t have to schedule a time to take a shower.

Now, let’s talk about the exterior. It’s a mix of board and batten siding paired with stone that looks like it was handpicked by Mother Nature herself.

The rugged standing seam metal roof is as sturdy as it is stylish, ready to ward off whatever the skies throw at it – be it rain, snow, or the occasional lost UFO.

The main entry is off a wraparound porch that’s just begging for a couple of rocking chairs and some lazy afternoons with a glass of lemonade (or your favorite bourbon, I don’t judge).

Step inside, and you’re greeted by an open floor plan that’s so welcoming, it practically gives you a bear hug (the nice kind, remember?).

The kitchen is a chef’s dream, with unimpeded views across the vaulted great room, which boasts a corner fireplace that’s perfect for those chilly evenings when you want to snuggle up and pretend you’re in a Hallmark movie.

The covered back porch is just a stone’s throw away, making it the perfect spot for summer BBQs or staring contests with the local wildlife.

Let’s mosey on over to the dining room, shall we? It’s vaulted, with views on all three walls that’ll have you feeling like you’re dining in a glass treehouse – minus the splinters and the fear of heights.

The main floor master suite is a retreat that offers back porch access through sliding doors, because nothing says “good morning” like stepping out into the crisp woodland air.

And the upstairs master? Oh, it’s got its own private balcony. That’s right, you can step out and survey your kingdom, coffee in hand, like the royalty you are.

The loft area upstairs is a nifty little nook that overlooks the vaulted great room, perfect for a home office, a library, or a place to hide from your in-laws (not that you would ever do that, of course).

So, if you’re in the market for a house plan that’s as suited for the back woods as a squirrel is for a tree, this expanded 3 bed beauty might just be the one for you.

It’s got character, it’s got space, and it’s got that “I’m home” feeling that you just can’t fake. Plus, with all those master suites, you’ll have no problem deciding who gets the best room. (Hint: It’s always you.)

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