We've integrated our customer's most requested features into a mid-sized ranch in the creation of this attractive new design. The Craftsman style siding and stone exterior is accented with a "Palladian" window, multi-level trim and an inviting front porch. A flex room, an exquisite master suite, a 3-car garage, and a large screened porch are sure to make this 2000 square foot home irresistible. The exceptional master suite, with direct access to the deck, features a grand, fully-appointed bath and a spacious walk-in closet to create a true "Master's Retreat." A bay window brightens the casual dining room and kitchen. Vaulted or trayed ceilings adorn the flex room, family room, master suite and cozy “coffee corner”. Other rooms have 9' ceilings. The upper level bonus room features 495 sq. ft. of functional living space with 5 ft. knee walls rising up to an 8 ft. ceiling. The secondary bedroom suites, each measuring approx. 13' x 11', have walk-in closets and private baths. A breezy screened porch, measuring 16’x13’8”, features a vaulted ceiling with a ceiling fan
|Total Living Area:||2000 sq ft|
|Main Living Area:||2000 sq ft|
|Bonus Area:||503 sq ft|
|Garage Area:||715 sq ft|
|Foundation Types:||Basement - * $295.00
Total Living Area may increase with Basement Foundation option.
Crawlspace - * $295.00
2x6 - * $295.00
|Number of Stories:||1|
|Max Ridge Height:||23'6 from Front Door Floor Level|
|Primary Roof Pitch:||8:12|
|Porch:||320 sq ft|
|Deck:||108 sq ft|
|1st Floor Master:||Yes|
|Main Ceiling Height:||9'|
|Upper Ceiling Height:||8'|
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A: Cad files are saved down to AutoCAD 2004. Included: 1. Code specifications 2. Exterior Elevations 3. Floor plans 4. Foundation plans 5. Floor and Roof framing plans and isometric views 6. Section 7. Interior elevations 8. Electrical 9. General construction details. Regards, Eric
A: Plans currently are done with 2015 IRC now. Stone or brick ledge will be required if stacked brick is being done on the exterior façade. You can some times just discuss this with your builder and they can make the provisions needed. Lastly, yes – electrical plans are included. Regards, Eric
A: Yes, there should be room to run both the fireplace and furnace flue in the chase. Yes, the wall between the living and kitchen is load bearing. Yes, a competent builder should be able to redline the plans to make the bonus stairs the basement stairs.
A: No restrictions except resale is prohibited – even with a modified version.
A: Should consult the builder with skylight locations. It is also dependent on what you want for natural light and where. I regret we do not have any pictures available for this design from past customers. Wall between the flex room and bedroom is load bearing. So opening would simply need a header.
A: No this design doesn’t qualify as ADA. Design will need to expand some for 3-0 doors, and the bathrooms need significant expansion for the typical 5ft diameter clearance in bathroom.
A: Master bathroom wall
A: Deck is not covered. Bonus room is not part of the 2000 sq.ft. total living area.
A: Plans are done for 2012 IRC.
A: Not sure what is meant by stamped for 2009 IRC code, but the specifications sheets for this design included are for the 2012 IRC.
A: Basement if basement option is chosen. Either garage or attic if slab or crawl space.
A: No lead time required.
A: Yes, scenario described could be a possibility.
A: 9ft is the main clg hght. Front office, family room, and master bedroom have vaulted clgs that go higher.
A: About a 4ft section down the center is at full clg hght.
A: The basement option is an unfinished basement. Basement follows the same outline as the living area above. Subsequently, if finished, it would be basically the same sq.ft. as the main level.
A: LVL beams indicated on plans and ML. Plans are up to 2012 IRC.
A: Not sure why this came up with an RV garage search. But the garage doors are 7ft high.
A: 8ft down the center and 4’-6” knee walls.
A: Thank you for your questions. The licensing to build does not expire. For all modifications, please contact our modifications department at 800-482-0464 ex. 410.
A: Bedroom 2: Closet-5x5, bath-8x5
Bedroom 3: Closet-4x8-4, bath-5x8-4
A: Southern, Country Architecture.
A: I regret that we do not keep records of where the designs are built.
A: Measurement is from the flex room wall to the back wall of the family room.
A: Yes, the exterior wall thickness is included in the sq.ft. tabulation.
A: All the plans in this bracket that all are derivatives of each other have arches. That said, client can easily have their contractor square things up in the field.
A: Yes, brick can be added. Your builder/contractor could possibly just add the brick ledge in the field.
A: Yes, they can use clay tile. They typical would need to increase the rafter size by one size. Furthermore, increase all the ridge and valley beams one size up – and change them to LVL’s.
A: Plans are to 2009 IRC. 2x6 is available for all plans for $250.00. The website already shows the rear view. There is no walkout basement option available. However, the standard basement is available for the $150.00 shown on the website. Material list is available for the $85.00 shown on the website. No cost to build information is available.
A: Heights of Roof Ridge Lines: Peak Ridge of Main House: 23’6” Ridge over Garage/Bonus: 19’8
A: Yes you can! Please click the "Modifications" tab above to get more information.
A: The national average for a house is running right at $125.00 per SF. You can get more detailed information by clicking the Cost-To-Build tab above. Sorry, but we cannot give cost estimates for garage, multifamily or project plans.
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