• 1475 ft²
  • 3 Bed
  • 2 / 1 Bath

Floor Plans

Main Floor Plan

Main Floor Plan

Lower Floor Plan

Lower Floor Plan

Upper Floor Plan

Upper Floor Plan

The Walterboro is a cozy, quaint little home that is ideally suited to narrow lots in the suburbs. This is a home that will welcome you and the family each and every day. When the kids get home from school, they’ll come through the front door and down the hall where an inviting living space encourages the family to spend time together.

The kitchen opens onto both the dining area and living area so that you can keep an eye on the kids while you’re cooking and they’re doing homework or watching TV. Though this home features a narrow design, the kitchen gives you no lack of space. With counters on three walls, plus an attached island, you’ll have all the room you need to treat your family to delicious home-cooked meals every night of the week.

As summer rolls around, you’ll have summer vacation, barbecues, and all kinds of other fun outdoor activities to look forward to. You’ll find that in the Walterboro’s living room, sliding glass doors not only give you a beautiful view of your picturesque backyard, but they also allow for easy access to the patio, where the kids will doubtless spend many summer afternoons at play.

The Walterboro’s upper floor is both practical and family friendly. If your family fights over bathroom space in the morning, (And let’s face it, what family doesn’t!), you’ll love the fact that this floor has not one, but two bathrooms to complement the three bedrooms. A shower, tub, linen closet, plus plenty of closet space in each of the three bedrooms will help organize and streamline your family’s morning routine. The laundry room is on this floor, too, and that helps make your busy weekdays a little less hectic since you won’t need to spend hours lugging heavy laundry baskets up and down the steps.

Bedrooms in this home plan are designed to keep your family snug and comfortable. Each night, you’ll find yourself enjoying the sense of spaciousness in the master bedroom, which features a beautifully vaulted ceiling. Meanwhile, the kids will enjoy hosting sleepovers in the two spacious bedrooms designed just for them. The second bedroom also features a built-in desk, perfect for the teenager who needs to get homework done or spend quiet hours studying before bedtime.

Plan Details

Heated Space

  • Upper Floor847 sqft

  • Main Floor628 sqft

  • Total Area 1475 sqft

  • Bsmnt (Unfin.)+ 548 sqft

Beds and Baths

  • Bedrooms3

  • Full Baths2

  • Half Baths1

  • Floors2

Exterior Dimensions

  • Width20'-0"

  • Depth52'-0"

  • Height (to Midpt)22'-10"

  • Height (to Peak)28'-6"


  • Garage Bays1 Car Garage

  • Garage Area257 sqft

  • Garage LocationFront

  • Garage OrientationStraight-On


  • Roof FramingTruss

  • Roof Material Shake/Comp Roof

  • Snowload25 lb/sf

  • Wall Framing2 x 6

  • Main Roof Pitch8/12

This plan is based upon design - 21152

    Check out the details for Plan 21152 here.
    In-Ground Basement
    for Plan 21152

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