Slope Point Farmhouse

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SKU: SL-120
$800.00 to $1,510.00

Plan Details


  • Floors: 2
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 3
  • Foundations: Crawlspace


  • Wall Construction: 2x4
  • Exterior Finish: Lap Siding
  • Roof Pitch: 8:12

Square Feet

  • Main Floor: 1525
  • Upper Floor: 1075
  • Total Conditioned: 2600
  • Front Porch: 320
  • Rear Porch: 97
  • Garage: 560


  • Primary Bedroom: Double Sink, Shower, Tub, Walk-in Closet
  • Additional: Fireplace, Porch, Sunroom


  • Width: 48'-0"
  • Depth: 56'-0"
  • Height: 31'-0"
  • House Levels: Main Floor - 9'-0", Upper Floor - 8'-0"


Some of the most appealing Southern houses are just one step removed from log cabins-frame farmhouses noted for their simplicity and comfort. Modeled after Sloop Point Plantation, one of the oldest frame houses in North Carolina, our house retains the character of a centuries-old farmstead. Square wooden pillars support a broad porch.

The entry is through a center hall flanked by living and dining rooms. A family room with beamed ceiling, oak floor, and fireplace forms the heart of the first floor. An interesting feature of the original house that has been retained is the small sunroom set into the chimney wall off the living room. With a brick floor and window walls above a simple wainscot, it shares warmth from the flanking fireplaces.

Upstairs lie three bedrooms, two baths, and a laundry room with space for sorting and ironing. Optionally, this area could become a workspace, with a laundry beneath the stairs off the breakfast room. Weathered wood siding, a wood-shingle roof, and handmade bricks of red clay contributed to the deep-country look of the original dwelling. That look has been re-created in our contemporary version. This design includes a garage plan with a loft.

Designed by J. Cardy.

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