Carriage House Plan or Garage Apartment Plan with 2 Beds and 2 Baths over a Three Bay Garage
A perfect getaway garage house plan for the lake. This 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom 877 square foot living space over garage design has been a great selling garage plan for many years. The garage floor plan has 3 garage bays but the third bay is deep for a bass boat on a trailer. The living area above parking area also has a great room, a dining area, and a kitchen with an island. The covered balcony is a wonderful spot to sit and watch the sunsets over the lake. Also makes a great guest house.
877 Total Living Area 877 Upper Level 2 Bedrooms 2 Full Baths 3 Car Garage 36' W x 31' D
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Q:Hello, I really love this plan. I was wondering why the entry door is placed on the side instead of at The front where the window is placed. It seems like it would be easier to take furniture upstairs if the door was placed in the front. I was also wondering how wide the stairs are and if there is some kind of landing at the very top. Thanks, Rebecca
A:The placement of the door is how the plan designer originally designed the plan, as to why it was designed this way, I couldn't say. I do not believe the original plan designer is even alive anymore so I can't even pose that question to him.
The stairwell is 4'2" wide, there is no landing at the top it terminates into an open area with a hallway to the left, the dining room directly ahead, and the great room to the right.
Date Posted: 16-Mar-17
Q:The specs indicate that the plan is 31' deep but the garage id 28'. Does the 31' include the roof overhang?
A:The Dining Room bay window is cantilevered towards the rear, adding 1'4" to the depth. The actual foundation footprint is 29' and the cantilevered section adds 1'4" to the depth. The dimension 30' 4" was rounded up to 31'.
Date Posted: 18-Jul-16
Q:is there a dishwasher???
A:One is currently not spec'd in as space is limited, however a dishwasher can be placed in the center work island or to the left of the kitchen sink.
Date Posted: 16-May-14
Q:Can HVAC be added to the plan?
A:Yes it can, however it will need to be designed by your local HVAC sub-contractor who knows your climate and what system you'll be using.
Date Posted: 25-Mar-14
Q:Do the plans #58569 meet the 2009 IRC codes? Thank you
A:This stock plan conforms to the codes when and where the plan was developed. This plan was designed in British Columbia, Canada, and conforms to he 1997 National Building Code of Canada. However we do have 2009 IRC insert sheets we can supplement this set with.
Date Posted: 19-Feb-14
Q:Garage plan # 58569. Is it possible to put the garage doors on the opposide side and keep the upper deck on the same side.
A:Yes, the garage doors can be relocated to the opposite side while keeping the upper deck where it is.
Date Posted: 09-Sep-13
Q:What is the snow load on this plan?
A:Snow load is 40 psf.
Date Posted: 19-Jan-12
Q:hello my name is greg can you give the dimensions of the garage thanks
A:The two car garage is 23' wide at its widest spot, optional wall, and the single car garage is 11'6" wide. The total width of the structure is 36' as this is to the outside dimensions. The two car garage is 24' deep and the single car garage is 28' deep.
Date Posted: 15-Apr-10
Q:I wanted to confirm that the plan meets the 2006IRC. Thank you P.J.
A:This plan was designed up to the NBC, National Building Code, code set and will need to be updated for 2006 IRC standards.
Date Posted: 31-Aug-09
Q:Do the plans include all the electrical and plumbing plans as well?
A:This plan will have an electrical drawing showing the locations for the switches and outlets, but no wiring details or panel diagram. We will also show you the locations for the plumbing fixtures, but will not include specifics as to how it will be designed. Your local sub-contractor will be able to design this with your local building codes, lot characteristics and material choices in mind.
Date Posted: 09-Apr-09
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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