Main Level Master

There are many reasons that a main level master suite makes sense. Maybe your children are getting older and bedrooms on separate floors will allow more privacy for both you and them. Or maybe you’re planning to retire in this home. A main-floor master suite will allow you to live on one level of your home after the kids leave, while providing guests a space to stay upstairs. This collection of house plans with master suites on the main floor features our most popular two-story plans.

The Ashworth – 2508 Sq. Ft 

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The Beaufort – 2508 Sq. Ft 

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The Bellevue – 2003 Sq. Ft 

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The Carrollton – 2403 Sq. Ft 

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The Cassidy – 2403 Sq. Ft 

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The Chadwick – 2403 Sq. Ft 

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The Chapman – 2193 Sq. Ft 

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The Chatfield – 1875 Sq. Ft 

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The Glenhurst – 1832 Sq. Ft 

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The Prestons Crossing – 2771 Sq. Ft 

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The Rathmore – 2930 Sq. Ft 

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The Roseglen – 3016 Sq. Ft 

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Sanderson Place – 2322 Sq. Ft 

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The Sullivan – 2910 Sq. Ft 

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The Trinley – 1085 Sq. Ft 

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The Wallace – 1823 Sq. Ft 

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