STREET VIEW 28X40 ELEVATION:  The true 2-story allows the most room in a small footprint. The right portion of the home  juts out 4' in order to give the design a great look. The chandelier in the top window greets visitors with a 2-story foyer. 
DOWNSTAIRS  ELEVATION:  The great room and foyer are two-story which lends an openness to the home. The dining room is surrounded by posts which adds to the open feeling. The downstairs features 9' ceilings. There is a bridge that runs over the hallway separating the great room and dining room. The dining nook is lit up with multiple windows - a great place for dining and growing plants.


Dining area off kitchen. Note that this dining area is a little larger than than the plans show.

Great room looking back to dining room and posts. In this home, the owner went with a jungle theme. Most people simply paint the posts in the dining room to match the room. In this instance, an artist painted zebra strips on the posts to capture the zebra skin rug. 

Staircase and bridge looking down on the great room. Note the wall of pictures. 
UPSTAIRS ELEVATION:  The open bridge looks down on the great room on one side, the foyer on the other. The staircase is open which makes the 16 x 14 great room look larger. The bath is oversized so that more than one child can use it at a time.

The price is $94,000.00 installed on your concrete slab. Bradley pours concrete in Metro Atlanta. Add about $7,400.00 for concrete slab. Includes choice of Hardiplank or vinyl lap siding, built-up architectural shingles with tarpaper, 12" overhang all sides, under-the-eve and full ridge venting (set up for air conditioning), double insulated single hung white vinyl windows as shown, shutters on front of home only, doors as shown, partition walls, finished staircase, bridge over great room and foyer, cathedral ceiling in great room, pull-down stairs, headroom extended to 9' downstairs (8' upstairs), much more. This is priced as a shell only. 

Items not included are:  concrete work, plumbing, fireplace, electrical, insulation, drywall, carpeting, tile, electrical wiring and fixtures, cabinetry, bathroom fixtures, kitchen fixtures, hot water heater, AC system, interior doors, closet racks, railing system around stairs and bridge, and caulking and painting. Again, this is a shell only.