• 2286 ft²
  • 3 Bed
  • 2 / 1 Bath

Floor Plans

Main Floor Plan

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Upper Floor Plan

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Upper Floor Plan

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A Walk Through The Waverly

The Waverly is a rich, traditional home designed to ensure the comfort of your family. Think of all the memories that you will make here. Thanksgiving feasts, for instance, held in the dining area where you and your family can look out at the last of the fall leaves. Once the meal is done, you’ll spend quiet hours in the living room, gathered around the fireplace, sipping hot cider with your family.

Decorating comes after Thanksgiving, and you’ll make many wonderful memories putting up the Christmas tree in the living room and decorating the adorable front porch with lights and garlanding. Perhaps you could send the kids out into the wooded lots around your home in search of pinecones to make decorations!

The back porch is a spot to play and entertain all throughout the spring, summer and fall. During the day, this will be the starting point for your children’s adventures out into the woods. In the evenings, you’ll want to invite the neighbors over. Have a barbecue, serve some drinks, and watch the little ones catch fireflies in the back yard.

The Waverly has a practical side, too. For instance, the office gives you options for built-in cabinets or desk space as well as bookshelves. This is exactly the kind of space you’ll need if you plan to telecommute.

You’ll enjoy the conveniently located laundry room just off of the kitchen. You’ve got space for the washer and dryer, counters for folding laundry, and there is a walk-in pantry, which helps you keep dry goods organized and close to the kitchen, where you need them most.

Finally, there is the upper floor, with two bedrooms and a master suite, plus a set of stairs leading up to a roomy third story attic. These bedrooms are where the kids will spend their younger years hosting sleepovers, building blanket forts with their friends and in general having a great time. Closet space in each room helps you keep the kids organized.

After long, busy days, you need a special place to unwind, and in this home, that is the master suite. Curl up in an armchair and spend the evening hours reading in peace, or simply enjoy the starry view through the picture window. If it has been a particularly tough day, then you deserve a warm soak in the master bath’s tub. When you are finally ready to call it a day, crawl under the covers and drift off to sleep to the sight of the night sky.

Plan Details

Heated Space

  • Upper Floor1072 sqft

  • Main Floor1214 sqft

  • Total Area 2286 sqft

Beds and Baths

  • Bedrooms3

  • Full Baths2

  • Half Baths1

  • Floors2

Exterior Dimensions

  • Width30'-0"

  • Depth51'-9"

  • Height (to Midpt)29'-2"

  • Height (to Peak)31'-3"


  • Garage BaysNo Garage

  • Garage LocationNone

  • Garage OrientationNone


  • Roof FramingStick

  • Roof Material Shake/Comp Roof

  • Snowload25 lb/sf

  • Wall Framing2 x 6

  • Main Roof Pitch9/12

  • Additional Code Compliance City of Portland

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