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The Jamestown and the Charleston are similar.
Both have open floorplans – light-filled kitchens that open to the breakfast and family rooms. Both have big master suites and two-story foyers. And both have second-floor lofts that can be changed to another bedroom. The differences are subtle but telling. The Charleston has an extra 480 square feet, one more bedroom, a kitchen island, and a centralized staircase. The Jamestown is efficient with its use of space, including a laundry room just off the kitchen, and a staircase adjacent to the foyer.
And since there are nearly 40 more Wayne floorplans to choose from (and customize beyond recognition) you’re almost certain to find the one that is, well, you
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