Fannin Floor Plan

Starting from $371,990

Fannin Highlights

  • Jack and Jill bath on the second floor adjoining two bedrooms
  • Downstairs study and powder can also be an option fifth bedroom and full bath
  • Options include covered patio, outdoor kitchen, alternate kitchen island and wine grotto

The Fannin is a two-story design with 3,425 square feet of living space across four bedrooms, three and a half baths and a three-car tandem garage. This plan boasts high ceilings, and dramatic architecture with clean lines and open spaces. The dining room connects to the butler’s pantry that leads directly into the kitchen. An oversized L-shaped island takes center stage in the gourmet kitchen and breakfast area. The space opens to a large family room illuminated with window light and cozy corner fireplace. A study is located off the family room, as well as a large utility room. The master bedroom is located at the rear of the home, complete with pop-up ceilings for added elegance, a beautiful master bath, and massive walk-in closet. The upstairs game room has high ceilings and is open to below. Three secondary bedrooms (two with full sized walk-in closets), two full bathrooms and a media room are also upstairs.

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Total Home Costs: $371,990

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Estimated Monthly Payment: $1,452

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Estimated energy efficiency of this home is 34% better than the HERS Reference Home.
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What is a HERS Index?

The HERS Index is a scoring system established by the Residential Energy Services Network (RESNET) in which a home built to the specifications of the HERS Reference Home (based on the 2006 International Energy Conservation Code) scores a HERS Index of approximately 100, while a net zero energy home scores a HERS Index of 0. The lower the HERS Index, the more efficient the home, which means you will save on your monthly energy bills.