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Q:I am wondering what the room height is for the basement, intergenerational suite, and the main floor and upstairs of this home?
A:The headroom is 8 feet at every point, for this model. A PDF is an electronic version of the plan that comes with a copyright release. The CAD file is used by design professionals to make changes to the plans. Both the PDF and CAD are emailed to you after purchase.
Date Posted: 22-Sep-15
Q:-on plan #50308, is there a "crawl space" under the intergenerational 615 sq ft suite? -what are the ceiling heights for each of the levels? -where are the home mechanicals located (i.e. hot water tank, furnace, etc.)? -on the main floor, are there full walls or 1/2 walls between the kitchen & dining room; the hallway of the bedroom level & the staircase to the lower level/foyer? -is there attic access in the area above the main floor liv/din/kit? . . .main floor bedrooms? -is there a door for the staircase leading from the main floor foyer to the intergenerational level? -has the exterior facade been imagined in any other home style, i.e. Rustic,country,coastal, etc.? (it is great as is but I'm just curious.) Thanks for the information
A:-The unfinished part, it is a basement 8 'tall. For the rest of the house, there is a slab on grade, so no there is no crawlspace.
-All levels are 8 'tall.
-The mechanical room is in the basement below the entrance.
-Between the kitchen and the dining-room is a wall of 42' high.
-Upstairs, the hallway of the rooms is surrounded by a railing.
-Access to the attic is from the chamber 2.
-There is only one door to enter the intergenerational.
-Not only is the front like that.
Date Posted: 16-Aug-13
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