This Popular ranch home design has split bedrooms, an open floor plan and nice covered porches. The master suite is private and the bath is large and comfortable with all the amenities usually found in larger home plans. In the kitchen a snack bar provides additional seating and counter space. Yes indeed, a popular ranch house design and floor plan. Simple and affordable home plan with 1,492 square feet of living space. Simple House Plan 40026 at Family Home Plans is an affordable home design
|Total Living Area:||1492 sq ft|
|Main Living Area:||1492 sq ft|
|Unfinished Basement Area:||1492 sq ft|
|Garage Area:||461 sq ft|
|Foundation Types:||Basement - * $350.00
Total Living Area may increase with Basement Foundation option.
Crawlspace - * $350.00
2x6 - * $350.00
|Number of Stories:||1|
|Max Ridge Height:||22' from Front Door Floor Level|
|Primary Roof Pitch:||7:12|
|Roof Load:||45 psf|
|Porch:||464 sq ft|
|1st Floor Master:||Yes|
|Main Ceiling Height:||9'|
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A: The current island/bar is 3’ x 6’. There is no room to make the island larger unless the wall is removed from in between the kitchen/dining room and living area. Which we have had some of our clients do when they build. This would allow for it to be only expanded by only a few inches.
A: Fridge wall is 11’4”. Window wall is 10’8” to the back door. The window wall is 20’ for the entire wall including dining space. The kitchen window is 3’ wide x 3’4” tall.
A: The house plan will need to be engineered by a local engineer to meet the requirements of your state and local municipalities. The house plans are designed for 2018 IRC guidelines.
A: The fireplace will have to move forward with the basement stair option.
A: The entry into the home from the garage would be at the end of the wall between the stair and garage. You can see an opening on the layout with the words “Optional Stair to Basement” . This opening would be the doorway into the home. The garage size would be 19’3” x 19’3”. Please verify with your vehicle size. Modifications can certainly be done to meet your personal preferences.
A: The area above the garage can be 17’ x 19’ with 5’ side walls. There is no room available over the great room with the 11’ ceilings that exist in that room. The ceiling would have to be lower to allow for space above.
A: The basement is concrete. The basement stairs on our original plan will shorten the garage; however, we have an extended version as well. Just make sure when ordering the basement with the extended garage is requested on the order if the extended version is preferred. Thank you, Larry
A: The prints are 18” x 24”. The plan comes with ceiling framing, roof framing and an electrical plan. All materials are included in the materials list.
A: If you are asking if they can be used to get a Rural Development Loan, the answer is yes.
A: The storage in the garage is 7’0” x 3’8”. The HVAC and water heater are located in the attic. The exact location is to be determined by a licensed plumber or HVAC person.
A: A pull-down stair is located in the garage. The HVAC and hot water tank can be placed in the garage if all codes are meet per jurisdiction. Also make sure there is enough room for your vehicles. Space can be added to the garage if needed.
A: Both are in the attic space.
A: The basement adds 1492 square feet.
A: Yes, the plan does meet 2015 International Residential Code.
A: The existing stair available in the plan accesses an optional attic space above the garage area only. The 11’ ceiling height in the living room does not allow for access above the living, kitchen and dining. The optional attic above the garage is 17’ x 19’. The ceiling slopes to a peak with the side walls being 5’.
A: Yes, the optional attic can be a bonus room. The area upstairs would approximately be 17’ x 23’ including the space for the stair. The side walls will be 5’ and slope up (cathedral ceiling) to the center.
A: Unfortunately, no this plan is not wheel chair accessible.
A: No it does not have a bonus room above the garage.
A: Southern Building codes and 2015 IRC Codes.
A: The hot water heater and the HVAC is in the attic.
A: The basement will add another 1492 heated square feet.
A: Yes, the basement is under the heated main floor and not under the unheated spaces such as garage/carport and porches. A Full Reverse plan is available.
A: The basement will be under the heated area of the main floor. Not under unheated such as garage, porches, etc.
A: Yes, they can both be in place at once. The stair is pushed back a bit to allow for a small hall section for the entry from the garage.
A: The ht/ac and/or heat pump and hot water tank are in the attic on this plan.
A: The plan would have to be modified to change the ceiling height to 8’, and yes adjustments would have to be made to windows and such.
A: Kitchen window is 2’8” x 3’4” Island is 3’ x 6’2”
A: The 2x6 conversion will be available immediately. The exterior walls are 9’ with all stick built framing. Further engineering is required to meet your local building codes.
A: 2’8” x 6’0” along the front 2’8” x 5’0” Master Bedroom and back bedroom 2’6” x 5’0” Dining Room
A: The ceiling height in the basement is 8'. There will be no delay in the fulfillment of the order.
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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