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Previous Questions and Answers
Q:In the bedrooms upstairs is the lowest point of the ceiling 8' or is it 8' on the highest? And if so what is the lowest point of the sloping ceiling? Thanks
A:Hello! The highest the ceilings go is 8’-0’’ and the lowest (knee walls) is 3’-6’’. Hope this helps!
Date Posted: 28-Sep-15
Q:What are the room dimensions upstairs? (Bedrooms & bath sizes)
A:The upstairs bedrooms are 12’ x 11’8” and 9’10” x 11’8” and the bathroom is 8’6” x 12’4” at its widest and deepest points
Date Posted: 14-Jan-15
Q:Does a king size bed fit (with end tables) in the Master bedroom. Is there an alternate floor plan that includes a W/D on the 1st floor?
A:Good day and thank you for taking the time to write
Yes the king size bed will fit and we can easily modify the plan to incorporate the W/D on the main floor.
There is plan 65015 that could be an option with the laundry on the main floor.
Date Posted: 02-Jan-15
Q:Thanks for answering the question about the laundry room, but I was looking at building the crawl space foundation not the basement foundation. So where would you locate the laundry room in crawl space and size of space? Thanks,
A:With a crawl space foundation, the laudry areea would be below the stairs going up (in place of the staircase to the basement)
Date Posted: 18-Dec-14
Q:How big are the rooms upstairs? Thank you.
A:Good day and thank you for taking the time to write
The bedrooms upstairs are 12’ x 11’8” and 9’10” x 11’8” and the bathroom is 8’6” x 12’4”
Date Posted: 08-Dec-14
Q:Could you please tell us if the dimensions on the plan include the deck, or if the 36' x 36' is the footprint of the house alone. If it is the house alone, could we please have the size of the deck, as it seems to be the perfect size for the house. Thank you, John Chabot
A:The dimensions on the plan do not include the size of decks, verandas, balconies or terraces.
For this plan, the size of the deck is 33 feet 4 inches (length) by 8 feet (width).
Date Posted: 16-May-11
Q:Where does the laundry room and utilities go? Im looking for these to be on the main level... Thanks
A:The laundry and utility are located in the basement. However, please note that the plan can easily be modified to meet your requirements. Please visit the modification section of our website for more information.
Date Posted: 25-Jan-10
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