Lowcountry Home Plan 92465, a Southern Style House Plan with 2100 sq ft 3 Beds and 3 Baths
Sometimes called the Lowcountry style southern house plan, this home plan offers 2100 square feet, two stories, 3 bedrooms, three baths, three car garage, complete wrap around covered porch, screened porch, formal dining room, storage space, a sun deck, and large family room with fireplace.
2098 Total Living Area 1512 Main Level 586 Upper Level 3 Bedrooms 2 Full Baths, 1 Half Baths 3 Car Garage 63'4 W x 86'6 D
Foundation Plans: include drawings for a standard, daylight or partial basement, crawlspace, pier, or slab foundation. All necessary notations and dimensions are included. (Foundation options will vary for each plan. If the home you want does not have the type of foundation you desire, contact us to discuss having that plan created.)
Detailed Floor Plans: show the placement of interior walls and the dimensions for rooms, doors, windows, stairways, etc., of each level of the house. In some cases, the door and window dimensions and/or stair details may be on a separate page.
Exterior Elevations: show the front, rear and sides of the house, including exterior materials, details and measurements.
Wall Sections and/or Cross Sections: show details of the house as though it were cut in slices from the roof to the foundation. The cross sections specify the home's construction, insulation, flooring and roofing details.
Roof Details: show slope, pitch and location of dormers, gables and other roof elements, including clerestory windows and skylights. These details may be shown on the elevation sheet or on a s eparate diagram. Note: If trusses are used, we suggest using a local truss manufacturer to design your trusses to comply with your local codes and regulations.
Standard Construction Details: various details related to beam support, floor construction, connections, and roofing options.
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Interior Elevations: show the specific details of cabinets (kitchen, bathroom, and utility room), fireplaces, built-in units, and other special interior features, depending on the nature and complexity of the item. Note: To save money and to accommodate your own style and taste, we suggest contacting local cabinet and fireplace distributors for sizes and styles.
Schematic Electrical Layouts: show the suggested locations for switches, fixtures and outlets. These details may be shown on the floor plan or on a separate diagram.
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All home plans are based on the following design assumptions: 8 foot basement ceiling height, 9 foot first floor ceiling height, 8 foot second floor ceiling height (if used), gable roof; 2 dormers, average roof pitch is 12:12, 1 to 2 covered porches, porch construction on foundations.
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Previous Questions and Answers
Q:What are the dimensions of the master closet? What is the ceiling height in the master bedroom?
A:Master closet is roughly 8.5x8.5
Master bedroom ceiling is a combination of flat 9ft and 15ft high rear clear story wall
Date Posted: 14-Jan-20
Q:We have a customer interested in modifying plan and would like to know if it is all conventional framing. He doesn’t want any wooden I beams at all and wants it to be all conventional framing.
A:The plans is framed using roof trusses and I-Joists for the floor.
Date Posted: 25-May-18
Q:Curious where the hvac, water heater, and electrical panel are suppose to be located
A:Electrical panel is located based on where the electrical runs up to the house.
Mechanicals are not located on the plans. However, they would be in the basement for the Basement option and in the attic for the crawl or slab options.
Date Posted: 23-Apr-18
Q:How many square feet is the 3 car garage please?
A:Garage is 720 sq.ft.
Date Posted: 16-Jan-17
Q:Hello, I'm looking at plan 92465. I really like this plan but have a couple questions. The first one is, from the second level floor plan it notes that the area in the back left corner (over the master bedroom) is open to below. Does this just mean that the ceilings in the master are open, or is it really looking to the loft? Also, in the kitchen, the area close to the windows on the back side of the house seems to be unused. Is this for a nook or breakfast area? Or is there a specific purpose for this open space beyond the counters? Also, is the curved counter a eat at bar where stools can be placed? Is the bar two different levels or all one flat surface. My last question is, if we were to have a basement with this house, would the basement stairs go right underneath the stairs leading to the second level? Is this plan designed for this? Thanks for your help!
A:Bedroom 2 does not overlook the master. This means the master ceiling has a high vaulted area with clear-story windows. The open area in the Country Kitchen is for a small table for a nook/brkfst area. Curved area is indeed for a brkfst bar/stools – either raised or at standard counter height. Lastly, yes, the stairs to the basement go under the current stairs leading to the upper level.
Date Posted: 23-Aug-16
Q:what are ceiling heights in bedrooms upstairs downstairs main family room thank you
A:Main level typical clg hgt is 9ft and the upper level is 8ft. The family room has a sloped ceiling that starts at 15ft and slopes up about 18ft
Date Posted: 13-Jun-16
Q:I don't see a placement for the hvac or water heater? And what does the interior elevations include?
A:Mechanicals are located in the field by the contractor. Interior elevations are some cabinet views.
Date Posted: 08-Jul-15
Q:what is the house footprint dimension without the porch? Is it possible to have a pitched roof from top to front porch with no side porches without that section of siding you show above the front porch and eliminating the dormers or would that be too steep? Thank you
A:47x32 is the main footprint of the house only.
This design will not work with dropping the whole second floor roof line.
Date Posted: 06-Jan-15
Q:is the CAD file for this plan in .dxf or .dwg format?
Date Posted: 19-Jun-12
Q:What is all included with the purchase of the CAD File? Elevations? Sections? MEP Layouts? Details?
A:1) Front color rendering
2) 4 exterior elevations of house & 4 exterior elevations of garage
3) Foundation plan for house & garage plus foundation notes
4) Lower Floor plans with window & door schedules & electrical notes
5) Upper Floor plan
6) 2 cross section views & typical wall section
7) Roof plan for house & garage
8) Typical cabinet elevations
9) 2006 IRC specification sheets
10) Typical detail sheets
11) MEP layouts are not included but certain specifics are addressed in various sections of the Detail sheets
Date Posted: 18-Jun-12
Q:Can I make modifications to this plan?
A:Yes you can! Please click the "Modifications" tab above to get more information.
Q:What is the estimated price to build this plan?
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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