Of course, we've loved looking the plans and seeing the minor changes that they made between the blueprints vs. what was actually built. I should really take better photos so you get a feel for the actual layout, but the point isn't the actual floorplan, but just that we have the blueprints!
Here's the first floor. To get you oriented, the front door is on the right-hand side of the photo a little more than halfway down. The formal living room (to the right of the front door as you walk in) was slated to have a tray ceiling, but for some reason that never happened (and no overhead lighting was ever installed either!). The lack of lighting situation has since been remedied.
This next one is the second floor. With the 100+ degree temperatures we've been having the past few days, I really wish they actually installed the ceiling fan in the gameroom, rather than the hideous boob light they picked instead. And it looks like the previous owners decided to add in built-ins to the fifth bedroom (and the plans don't mention anything about the wood paneling in that room either). All very interesting. Well, at least to us!
And this is the landscape design for the house (in both the front and the back). Evidently, there were 2 phases of the landscaping. They were going to install an awesome covered porch with ceiling fans in "phase 2," but I guess they stopped after phase 1. It's a total bummer because we've always talked about how awesome having a covered area in our backyard would be, but at least we can see where they thought about putting it (and get some idea for what the landscaping looked like when the house was first built). We're total suckers for historical information like that.
So kind of an amazing, totally unexpected one year house anniversary present, right?
And thanks for your comments on the powder room. I will be sharing our formal living room next week. Spoiler alert: the formal living room may be my favorite room in the house.