The combination of the rustic craftsman facade, the open floor plan with split bedroom layout and impressive outdoor space, make this Tuscan home design a popular home plan. At almost 1850 sq ft, this 3 bedroom house plan has a lot to offer. Large master suite, central kitchen with angled center island, formal dining room, breakfast nook with a view, workshop, bbq porch, lanai, bonus room, two car garage and jack and jill bathroom. Build your home with our building plans today.
|Total Living Area:||1848 sq ft|
|Main Living Area:||1848 sq ft|
|Bonus Area:||349 sq ft|
|Unfinished Basement Area:||1524 sq ft|
|Garage Area:||792 sq ft|
|Foundation Types:||Basement - * $395.00
Total Living Area may increase with Basement Foundation option.
Walkout Basement - * $395.00
Total Living Area may increase with Basement Foundation option.
2x6 - * $245.00
|Number of Stories:||1|
|Max Ridge Height:||30' from Front Door Floor Level|
|Primary Roof Pitch:||12:12|
|Roof Load:||20 psf|
|Porch:||448 sq ft|
|Deck:||281 sq ft|
|Formal Dining Room:||Yes|
|1st Floor Master:||Yes|
|Main Ceiling Height:||10'|
|Upper Ceiling Height:||9'|
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A: Yes, the overall includes the garage. The basement area is roughly equivalent to the main level, less the wall thickness.
A: Master ceiling is stepped. No this is not the same as 75134. Similar though.
A: 3rd bay is 11’x22’-5”. Does not effect size of storage or workshop. It does add footage to the bonus room above in the shape of a “T” going straight back over(perpendicular to) the 3rd bay - an extra 12’x15’.
A: 11’ x 22’-5” for the 3rd bay.
A: We use regular old Autodesk AutoCAD 2014. Yes, you can use any software that uses dwg files.
A: We have a 3rd car option available for an additional $150. The width is 83’-8” .
A: We specify shake siding for this plan. We have another plan, similar to this one which does specify log siding which is not whole logs, but log siding.
A: 83’-8” wide x 71’-5” deep.
A: 3’-8”x3’-8” clear inside.
A: 14’ x 9’-6”
A: 23’ to the top of the higher of the two gables.
A: 2’ taller plate heights – 10’ vs 12’.
A: 3378 SF Frame -
A: 83’-8” not including the decorative trellis on the right side.
A: Utility – 5-4 x 6-9 Foyer - 6-9 x 9-3
A: Yes and yes. These are changes that you can employ locally.
A: Steve, We do provide roof framing plans for ‘stick framing’ via dimensional lumber. We do not provide calculations nor are they ‘engineered’ as we cannot assume loading for every area of the country. We use industry standards and load/span tables as published in the 2012 IRC and as required for our location here in Texas. We also do not provide a truss framing plan for the roof(some people do request this also). We do provide foundation plans(slab, crawlspace and basement – options as priced with FamilyHomePlans), again using the 2012 IRC and they are not ‘engineered’ and may need some local engineering/modifications. We provide details where we deem necessary to explain a detail that is non-standard for conventional framing. Hope that helps your decision making process.
A: We recommend Hardi-Board. They have a shake siding that looks and performs great.
A: 3602 SF of covered area.
A: Plans can be modified to use ICF. Roof is stick framed but could be trussed. Decorative trusses on gables are a custom order.
A: Yes, plenty. The roof pitch is 12:12.
A: The stair to the basement and the bonus are in the garage in our design. That could be modified (for a fee) to hall access though. The workshop is also in the garage, but could be partitioned off as part of the stair connection.
A: Do not know if it has been built in the Ontario area. Cost varies greatly with region. Your best bet is to ask a builder. We have interior renderings and photos of a similar plan - http://www.familyhomeplans.com/plan_details.cfm?PlanNumber=65862
A: Don’t have any info on that.
A: Unfortunately, no.
A: We show about 16’ with a 6’(+) walk beyond that, so it could be deeper.
A: They both come with the plan and are not mutually exclusive.
A: 514 sf
A: It does come with a 3 car and the bonus room becomes a T-shape with space expanding towards the rear of the garage where the 3rd car bay would be.
A: Yes there is plenty.
A: The workshop and storage are on the garage level in our drawings. However you could easily modify the wic’s to claim space from the garage.
A: Yes. Would probably still leave the designated squares and vault inside of them.
A: Sorry - no there is not.
A: Bonus is area you have the option of using or not.
We can reverse the plan from left to right, not back to front.
The garage is not included in the heated area but is an additional 550 SF
A: They are nearly identical to the interior renderings for plan 65862.
A: It is stepped (coffered).
A: Not for this one.
A: The square footage is just the air conditioned space. No porches, bonus space or garage areas were included.
A: Yes, Reference plan 65862 walk-out basement. They are very similar.View Attached File
A: The basement stairs are in the Garage going from left to right.
A: In this plan it is only accessible from the Garage... unfortunately.
A: The interior layout is the same as plan 65862 with the exception of the views of the study. Those interior renderings will show how it looks.
A: The interior renderings are similar to our plan no. 65862. The only difference is the elimination of the Study/Media in lieu of a workshop area in the Garage. I have attached a sketch of a walk-out basement condition.
A: Total under roof = 3437 SF
A: The furnace and water heater will fit nicely in the attic space and be more centrally located. The dryer vent will have to go up thru the attic and out the roof. It may require an additional blower fan. David Wiggins
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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