Best Selling Small House Plan - Country Style Home with 3 beds, 2 baths and 1398 square foot floor p
Small country house plan with 1398 sq ft. This three-bed and two bath layout offers a one floor or 1 story house design on a slab or crawlspace foundation. The split bedroom design offers privacy for the master suite and the covered rear porch provides an area to sit and relax. Garage will fit two average size cars and enters close to the kitchen. The plan is simple in design and construction cost would be affordable within in its respective square footage range. 1 story country home floor plan
1398 Total Living Area 1398 Main Level 3 Bedrooms 2 Full Baths 2 Car Garage 52'4 W x 47'10 D
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Previous Questions and Answers
Q:Where would furnace, water heater go on a slab plan?
A:In the attic space.
Date Posted: 24-Mar-21
Q:Is there any outside exit from the basement? Is the only way in and out from the inside staircase?
A:For a traditional basement...yes the only access is via the inside stairs.
Date Posted: 23-Mar-21
Q:What are the sizes of the windows? Are they 36" or 30"?
A:Most are 32" wide, but there are varying sizes throughout the plan. The window sizes will be listed on the floorplan of the plans when purchased.
Date Posted: 17-Mar-21
Q:Hello. Are builders that purchase the plans for a single home build allowed to use the renderings for advertising purposes? Thanks!
A:Images may only be used with the purchase of an unlimited license. When marketing the images, credit for the design must be given to the original designer. Builders are not allowed to list the images and portray them as their own designs.
Date Posted: 23-Feb-21
Q:Is there an area available above the master bedroom or garage for a bonus room?
A:Not in this particular plan. The roof structure would have to be significantly modified in order to accommodate the required headroom. The plan could be modified, but the exterior appearance would be significantly altered.
Date Posted: 18-Jan-21
Q:Plan 51997 Question: Is the great room and kitchen dining able to have a cathedral ceiling due to the layout?
A:This is certainly possible, but would require the plans to be modified. Click the "Modifications" link to inquire about a price and timeline.
Date Posted: 03-Dec-20
Q:What is the ceiling like in the Master bedroom, and great room? Are they vaulted or flat? Looking for something suitable for exposed beams. Thanks
A:The master bedroom is a trayed ceiling with 9' ceilings around the perimeter and 10' ceiling in the center.
Date Posted: 27-Jul-20
Q:what year building specs is this designed off of? Does it come with all the general dips that are needed to build it? Dimensions?
A:This plan is designed in accordance with the 2018 edition of the International Residential Code and contains all the necessary information to construct the home. However, based on your building location, there may be additional engineering or supplemental drawings required. Check with you local building official for all the requirements for your particular area.
Date Posted: 21-Apr-20
Q:Is the roof framing a truss design or stick framed?
A:The plans call for stick framed construction. If trusses are desired, they must be designed by the truss manufacturer.
Date Posted: 17-Mar-20
Q:Where is the mechanical room? i am going to have radiant floor heating and Air conditioning. I am going with the slab for my foundation.
The mechanical space is to be located in the attic space.
Date Posted: 20-Jan-20
Q:Plan 51997. Do you have this plan with the bonus room/s option? I noticed that there is an option for a basement, but we need bonus space.
A:We do not have a bonus room for this particular design. This would have to be done as a modification which would extensively change the roof structure of the house.
Date Posted: 16-Dec-19
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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