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Old 01-24-2020, 05:35 AM
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I am trying to locate the Expanded Orchid floor plan -- any ideas? I have tried several search engines, etc. and can only locate on 55Places.com (and it's not the expanded version). Thanks!
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If this is for your house, you can go to the Sumter County building department and get the exact plans for your house, not sure if you can get for a house you do not own. There was a way to get these online, but the system has changed, and i have not had a chance to get the links, etc., but you should be able to go the the Sumter county web site.
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