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Prairie Pine Court


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Home Plan Specifications

Total Living

3108 sq. ft.

1st Floor

3108 sq. ft.





Half Bathrooms


Width of House

78′ 0″

Depth of House

102′ 8″


Slab/Stem Wall

Exterior Wall


Entry Sq. Ft.

281 sq. ft.

Garage Sq. Ft.

1044 sq. ft.

Porch Patio Sq. Ft.

133 sq. ft.

Veranda Sq. Ft.

498 sq. ft.

Building Height

25′ 8″

Garage Bays

4 car

Garage Load


Roof Pitch


His and Hers Closets


Master Suite Main Floor


Walk-in Pantry



N/A in Lee County, FL


Our Prairie Pine Court home plan is a modern translation of a Prairie styled farmhouse. This is evident by its hipped rooflines. The Prairie Pine Court has broad, bracketed eaves and an entry porch supported by stone pilasters and square tapered columns. Cement fiber siding with the bold continuous cornice emphasizes the strong horizontal plains of the prairie.

The rear garage de-emphasizes the auto and celebrates the home. Upon entering the foyer of the Prairie Pine Court one views the craftsman styled divider between the foyer and formal dining room, with low bookshelves and a pair of square tapered columns. Beyond is the spacious great room with beamed ceiling and views to beyond.

The island kitchen is to the left with a walk-in pantry for additional storage. Also part of this area is the breakfast nook that opens to the home’s vaulted ceilinged veranda. Each bedroom has its own secluded location as well as private baths. Just inside of the Prairie Pine Court home plan, the garage door offers a family valet for placing purses, keys, etc. The utility room is nearby and is entered via dual closets for storage or hanging drip dry clothing. This ample space has a planning desk area as well.

The master suite is entered via the Master foyer. It features his and hers closets and vanities. The Master bath has a large walk-in shower and linen closet. The Prairie Pine Court is a refined celebration of the great Prairie School tradition of architecture.

The Prairie Pine Court plan has 3108 sq. ft. of living area. It has three bedrooms and three and 1/2 bathrooms. The foundation is a slab/stemwall.

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