3 1/2 Story Townhouse Floor Plan
If you're looking to build townhouses and in need of unique and inviting townhouse floor plans then be sure to check out this stunning design - 3 1/2 Story Townhouse Plan E5008 A1.2. It features a modern design with 3 bedrooms, 2 car garage, open main living area, and roof deck.
The first floor of this beautiful townhouse floor plan includes the 2 car garage and the 3rd bedroom or home office. The space is perfect for an older child - away from the rest of the family - or a home office for those now working from home. Either way, the private bathroom and large walk-in closet will come in handy in this space.
Upstairs to the main level and you'll find the kitchen and living area. The kitchen has ample counter space and cabinets - including a large center island. The kitchen is open to the more formal dining space - perfect for larger family gatherings. Through the dining room you'll find yourself in the living room with access to the front balcony. Powder room is located near the kitchen for easy access to the second floor or lower level.
Up to the third floor and you'll find the master suite and second bedroom. The second bedroom has its own private bathroom and large walk-in closet. The laundry room separates the second bedroom from the master suite.
The master suite is spacious with a large master walk-in closet with abundant storage and organization. The master bathroom includes a walk-in shower, private toilet area and two sinks/vanities.
Up one more level and you'll find yourself on the roof deck. A space perfect for getting away from it all and enjoying the night sky. Mechanical is located on the upper level.
This townhome plan has 2436 square ft. of living space. This townhouse plan design has a width of 40'-11" and a depth of 25'-2".
- LEVEL ONE: 505
- LEVEL TWO: 908
- LEVEL THREE: 969
- STAIR TOWER: 54
- TOTAL LIVING: 2436
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