A wonderful three-bedroom ranch is designed keeping affordability in mind. The home offers you plenty of public and private spaces but uses simple design concepts that keep the spans simple, ensuring a cost effective build.
Covered Porch - A simple covered entry porch with brick accents will offer you a bit of shelter from the elements as you greet your guests.
Living Room - Step from the covered porch directly into this spacious living room that is part of an open floor plan, allowing family and guests to flow from room to room.
Kitchen - This well designed space that features a double sink and both a range and a wall oven is sure to please the family chef.
Dining Room - Adjoining the kitchen is this spacious dining room. A lovely French door at the rear of the room leads you out to the backyard.
Master Suite - Set apart from the secondary bedrooms in the home is this master suite. You can escape from it all in this private retreat that has a large walk-in closet and
the en-suite bath, that houses a double vanity and large shower.
Utility Room - Providing a tiled entry to the home from the garage is this utility room. The room houses a washer and dryer as well as large pantry.
Secondary Bedrooms - Rounding out the home is an additional two bedrooms and full bath.
1614 Total Living Area 1614 Main Level 3 Bedrooms 2 Full Baths 2 Car Garage 57'1" W x 47'0" D
Our Plans contain the following pages: C-1 - Color Cover A-1 - Foundation Plan A-2 - Main Level Floor Plan A-2.1 - Upper Level Floor Plan (if applicable) A-3 - Exterior Elevations A-4 - Exterior Elevations A-5 - Roof Plan A-6 - Building Sections D-1 - Construction Details S-1 - Main Level Structural Framing Plan S-2.1 - Upper Level Structural Framing Plan (if applicable) S-2 - Ceiling Structural Framing Plan S-3 - Roof Structural Framing Plan E-1 - Lighting Fixture and Outlet Plan
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Previous Q & A
Previous Questions and Answers
Q:Why is there a corner wall on the kitchen that is in the living room and dining room area is it decorative or structural? Could the kitchen just be open without that corner.
A:That post is required with the attic version of the plan. If you don't need the attic the post can be removed.
Date Posted: 10-Aug-20
Q:Do the plans include a plumbing page and an electrical page?
A:The plumbing fixtures are shown on the floor plans. There is an electrical page that shows all fixtures and outlets. But there are no rough plumbing or electrical diagrams.
Date Posted: 12-Aug-19
Q:What are the dimensions of the utility room and primarily the pantry?
A:The overall inside dimensions of the Utility Room, including the Pantry and Living Room closet are 9'-11" X 11'-4 1/2". The outside dimensions of the Pantry are 3'-3 1/2" X 8'-4 1/2".
Date Posted: 02-Apr-18
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