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Previous Q & A
Previous Questions and Answers
Q:Plan. 65248. , how wide are the. Hallways
A:3'-8" in the clear.
Date Posted: 26-Jan-21
Q:Can you please tell me the dimensions of this home excluding the breezeway and fourth garage?
Date Posted: 11-Nov-20
Q:What are the dimensions of the front door?
A:(2) 3'-0" x 9'-0" archtop doors
Date Posted: 29-Sep-20
Q:Can you tell me what the roof rating is on the current plan? We are located in Northeast Pennsylvania.
A:We don't specify the roof rating. Different parts
of the country use different rafter sizes.
Thank you !
Date Posted: 10-Aug-20
Q:Hello......i have 2 questions: first, what are the symbols "CH" and "W" as show inside the 3-garage area, and outside the master bath.
A:Central Heat and Hot Water Tanks.
Date Posted: 30-Jul-20
Q:What is the total sq sf. For the whole house. Including garage and height and bedrooms everything.
A:The total footage under roof is 5138 not including the future bonus room.
Date Posted: 08-Jun-20
Q:What is the height of the ceiling in the main garage?
Date Posted: 07-Jan-20
Q:What are the dimensions of the balcony and covered patio area. Thanks
A:The Covered Patio is about 20'-0" x 13'-0"
The small Balcony upstairs is 11'-0" x 2'-0"
Thank you ! Rick
Date Posted: 12-Sep-19
Q:Can you please point out or tell me where stairs to a basement would be and how the main level would be effected. Also, I can't quite read the main living space ceiling height. Lastly, what are CH and W units? Are there 2 water heater storage areas? Thanks so very much.
A:The basement stairs go back down under the stairs
that go up to the bonus room.
The Great room ceiling is 11'-0"
There are 2 mechanical areas with central heat and hot water tanks.
Thank you ! Rick
Date Posted: 26-Aug-19
Q:1. What does W and CH Stand for on the plan at two different locations. And what is this they both to have doors opening from outside. 2. Could the closet at the bedroom near the service entrance be put in the corner of that bedroom so that space could be used to make a family and friend entrance. I realize it would make that bedroom smaller. 3. I want to put a 30 inch double oven, a microwave, dish washer and trash compacter, is there enough space for all. 4. How long is the counter where the kitchen stools goes. Thanks
A:1. Water heater and Central Heat. They are accessed from the outside.
2. Yes, the closet could be moved.
3. Yes, that total length is 11'-9"
4. The open counter portion is 6'-0" of the total length.
Thank you ! Rick
Date Posted: 30-Jan-19
Q:Hello, could you please give me the dimensions of the closets in the master bedroom? Thank you.
A:7'-6" x 13'-0" and 7'-0" x 12'-0"
Thank you ! Rick
Date Posted: 21-Jan-19
Q:Can you tell me the dimensions of the stairs going up to bonus room?
A:16'-0" x 4'-4"
Date Posted: 01-Oct-18
Q:hello - how high is the drive through from ground to lowest point...also how wide is it?
A:9'-6" depending on grade, could end up being taller than that.
14'-8" wide between posts.
Date Posted: 02-Aug-18
Q:wondering how wide the stairs are going to the bonus room
A:About 48" in the clear.
Date Posted: 02-Jan-18
Q:Is the 130' wide from furthest point of house to furthest point of single garage/shop area? Is the 66'11" the furthest point from front to back? Can you give me the dimensions of the house minus breezeway and single garage?
A:Correct. and the house minus the breezeway and garage is 92'-1"
Date Posted: 07-Sep-17
Q:can you send me the outside dimensions of this plan? Thanks
A:Could you please clarify ?
The overalls are given.
What specific dimensions do you need ?
Date Posted: 06-Sep-17
Q:Can you tell me dimension of the house without the breezeway and the extra garage? Thanks!
Date Posted: 14-Jul-17
Q:Will you send a list of all room dimensions? Please include the utility room and walk in closets.
A:Master closet 7'7 1/4" x 12'6"
Master closet by shower 8'0" x 13'6 1/4"
Master Bed 17'3" x 19'0"
Master Bath 11'5 1/4" x 18'8 1/4"
Bath 2: 10'0 1/2" x 5'6"
Bed 2/Study: 14'3" x 12'6"
Closet at study: 5'0" x 6'0"
Formal Dining 13'6" x 12'6"
Great room 20'6" x 19'0"
Kitchen 14'0" x 12'0"
Breakfast 14'0" x 12'6"
Bed 3: 15'0" x 13'8"
Bath 3: 8'0" x 8'2"
Bed 4: 15'0" x 13'10 1/2"
Closet @ Bed 4: 6'10" x 3'10 1/2"
Utility: 9'2 1/2 (less pantry) x 8' 2 1/2"
Powder room: 5'3 1/2" x 5'6 1/2"
Garage: 26'0" x 34'10"
Upstairs media: 14'5" x 24'8 1/2"
1/2 bath upstairs 6'6" x 5'4 1/2"
Date Posted: 19-Jun-17
Q:It looks like there is a wall on the side the peninsula is on. Can you tell me how long is the wall and how long is the peninsula?
A:The kitchen side of the wall is 6'-0" and the open peninsula is 6'-0" as drawn.
Date Posted: 01-Jun-17
Q:How big is the kitchen island and how much room is between the island and counters in each side?
A:6'-0" X 2'-6" with 3'-6" walking space around.
Date Posted: 30-May-17
Q:we are interested in this floor plan but slightly smaller size rooms. I'm wondering how you come up the the square footage? The house seems to measure bigger than 3193?
A:We measure all the heated and cooled areas from the outside
of the walls as per standard practices.
We do not count patios, porches or garages in the heated and cooled space.
Let me know if you have any other questions.
Date Posted: 12-Jan-17
Q:What is size of shower in master?
A:About 4'-0" x 4'-0"
Date Posted: 04-Feb-16
Q:What is the actual total square footage including garages and detached garage?
A:Lower veneer 3193
Media/Rec. Room 413
Service porch 13
Total under roof 5551
Date Posted: 07-Dec-15
Q:What are the dimensions of the 2 closets in the master suite?
A:7'-0" x 12'-0" and 7'-6" x 13'-0"
Date Posted: 06-Jul-15
Q:Is the width 130' include the breeze way and single car garage attachment or is it just the house without the breeze way and garage attachment?
A:130'-0" includes the breezeway and garage.
Date Posted: 24-Jun-15
Q:I really like the plans on this house and would like to see photos of it finished inside and out. Any photos yet?
A:Sorry to say we do not have any photos.
Date Posted: 15-Jun-15
Q:Are there any pictures of the inside of this house you could send me? I'm a visual person and didn't know if there was a house like this one already built and shows pictures.
A:We don't have any photos of this house.
Date Posted: 12-Nov-14
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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