The ROSEMARK 3-BEDROOM HOME:  The mark of distinction features some 4100 SF of entertainment space. Features 9' ceilings, 3 bedrooms, formal foyer, living room, dining room, great kitchen with family room and fireplace. Scroll down for more details.

FLOOR ELEVATION:  The Rosemark is sure to please the most discriminating client who wants a tremendous value but is on a limited budget. Note the flair at the bottom of the stairwell which lends a more dramatic look. You may either have the handrail extend straight down and use the side of the bottom stairs for art accents, flowers, etc., or you can wrap around the hand rail. The guest hall bath has a unique design that is sure to bring compliments; you'll not see another like it anywhere. The wall on that end also had the 45' cut which follows suit with the kitchen wall. 

About $127,000.00 on your lot. Includes concrete slab (site within 9" of level), concrete patio/porches, choice of Hardiplank or vinyl siding, fireplace, architectural shingles, and partitions according to the plan. This is a shell only; septic tank, plumbing, electrical, insulation, drywall, interior doors, cabinetry, carpeting, tile, rock or brickwork, and painting are not included. Scroll down for additional elevations.

FLOOR ELEVATION WITH FURNISHINGS:  On a scale from 1 to 10, this is a WOW!   :)   Note the modern bay windows. French doors were added in order to extend the entertainment area to the courtyards. French doors also access the master bedroom -- a touch of class. Note that the closets are double tiered which doubles the space.
SECOND STORY ELEVATION:  The steep 10/12 pitch attic trusses allow added space at an inexpensive price. The office features 3 library walls (grayed areas) for your books or some other collection. The stairwell is open; hence, one may look across the stairwell to the other end of the room. The library opens up into an ice cream parlor. Imagine a soda fountain, tables, and a popcorn machine. The tiled area leads into the game room. Note that the walls are 5' high and quickly go up to 8'.


Concrete plan based on the Southern Building Code.
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