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1. Front elevation
2. Rear elevation
3. Right elevation
4. Left elevation
5. Basement plan
6. First floor plan
7. Second floor plan
8. Window and door sizes ON the plan. No schedules.
9. General details including some interior details (no cabinets)
10. Roof plan
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Previous Questions and Answers
Q:Do you have any plans similar to this but 2000sqft. Id also be interested in reducing the bathrooms down to 2.5. I like the layout, as well as the way the garage is at an angle.
A:Check out the 72166 or 72220 house plans
Those are the closest ones we have.
Date Posted: 21-Nov-18
Q:I noticed that both the lower level and Level One have patios; yet the pictures do not depict anything involving having anything of the sorts. Would a deck be used for the Level One patio if there is a patio that stems off from the lower level?
A:If on basement the patios would be decks. If on slab it would be poured concrete per builder.
Date Posted: 07-Mar-18
Q:If this house were to be built on a crawlspace foundation, there would more than likely be a couple of steps to get up to the house from inside the garage. I don't se space for steps. What would the options be?
A:The number of steps necessary will be determined by the owner/builder based on site conditions.
Date Posted: 19-Jan-18
Q:Does the "total living area" of 2498 square feet include the bedroom and bathroom upstairs?
A:No, the 2nd floor spaces are all considered bonus
Date Posted: 03-Jan-17
Q:Can you tell me what the width of the gallery is? We want to make sure it is wheelchair accessible. Also, what is the width of the entry hall from the garage?
A:Main hall is 3’. Hall from garage is 4’-6” right off the garage and turns to 3’-10” beyond that towards main hall.
Plan will need to be modified to be accessible.
Date Posted: 17-Nov-16
Q:I know the bonus in law suite square footage is not included in total square footage. But is the bonus bedroom and sitting room included in the total?
A:No, anything labeled bonus is not included in the total heated sq. ft.
Date Posted: 03-Nov-16
Q:How many square feet including the basement?
A:First Floor: 2,499 Sq. Ft.
Basement: 2,332 Sq. Ft.
Bonus (2nd floor above main house): 497 Sq. Ft.
Bonus (2nd floor above garage): 579 Sq. Ft.
Garage: 829 Sq. Ft.
Date Posted: 12-Sep-16
Q:Does the total square footage include the second floor bonus room, sitting space, or bathroom? The images of the plans seem to suggest it does, but the specs do not.
A:The entire 2nd floor is unfinished/future and is not included in the total heated sq. ft.
Date Posted: 27-Jul-16
Q:Could the basement be designed to allow for occupancy on a flat lot, i.e. window wells or something of that nature?
A:In-ground basement (for universal conditions) available as a standard option for additional $300
Date Posted: 09-Mar-16
Q:what is the overall height to the peak
A:+/- 28’ to finished first floor
Date Posted: 17-Feb-16
Q:Hello....could you please tell me what the allotted size is for the front door? I have 8 ft by 37.5 inch double doors I would like to use.....
A:Plan allows for 3/0 door plus the two side lights. If you remove sidelights you could squeeze a 6/0 double in there from side light to side light.
Date Posted: 01-Feb-16
Q:We would like to know if this house can be built without the columns between the great room and the kitchen...... thank you kelly
A:It may be possible to remove 2 in the great room, but its 100% certain the one at the corner of the great room and dining room will need to stay.
Date Posted: 19-Jan-16
Q:Does the total living area of 2498 square feet include the bonus area of 483 square feet located on the second story?
A:No the 2498 only includes the A/C areas on the first floor
Date Posted: 03-Jun-15
Q:do you have any pictures of the bed rooms and rest of the house I am in luv with this plain just want to see more of the rooms and bathrooms thanks so much
A:No other photographs are available at this time
Date Posted: 02-Jun-15
Q:Is there a similar plan with a walk-thru shower behind the bathtub in the master bath? It also has the dual sinks backed up to the bedroom. Looks like the same plan with the different bathroom.
A:Yes, it is an alternate bathroom layout we typically no longer sell to the public unless requested.
No additional fee.
Date Posted: 18-Mar-15
Q:I'm concerned about the roof over the master bedroom. How do the gables tie in without creating water trap.
A:There is a large cricket over the master bedroom/bath area that sheds water off the roof. This cricket prevents a water trap.
Date Posted: 17-Mar-15
Q:Is there a similar plan with a breakfast nook/ keeping room as well as a dining room?
A:Please see plan 72168
Date Posted: 02-Mar-15
Q:Do you have a similar plan at around 2000 sq ft? Love this design just too big for our budget. Thank you!!!
A:Please see plan 72166
Date Posted: 09-Feb-15
Q:Question about plan 98267 - Is there any other option from having the 5 load-bearing posts in the main living room/hallway? Maybe a steel beam running the length of this room instead?
A:The 4 columns defining the great room can be removed. LVL can be used there. The column at the corner of the dining room cannot be removed.
Date Posted: 12-Jan-15
Q:The photos of the house look a lot different from the plans. Was a lot of square footage added to the house in the photos? Thank you
A:The house was modified significantly enough to allow for larger rooms and a symmetrically vaulted ceiling in the great room.
To view the kitchen featured in this home search plan number 72170
Date Posted: 06-Jan-15
Q:This house plan has pictures of a modified house plan, is there anyway to see the modifications that home owner did? We think we like that layout better but have no way of knowing for sure.
A:We do not have the full house plan available since it was a custom design. The house was increased significantly in square footage.
To see the kitchen layout of this new house please view plan 72170.
Date Posted: 04-Dec-14
Q:Do you have any pictures of the master bath? I am having a hard time picturing how this design would look. Thank you!
A:Sorry there are no photographs of the bathroom at this time.
Date Posted: 24-Nov-14
Q:do you have any pictures of the bedrooms and the bonus spaces?
A:No photos. sorry
Date Posted: 18-Aug-14
Q:what are the dimensions for the finsihed house in the pictures shown?
A:This is a custom design that was enlarged and rearranged on the interior. From edge of garage to edge of house its about 114’.
Date Posted: 12-Aug-14
Q:I have another question. We do not want a basement. We would prefer the slab. Where would the utilities be placed? Thank you. Laura Davis
A:Mech platforms can be located on the second floor level in the attic space or adjacent to the bonus bedroom.
Date Posted: 12-Aug-14
Q:Do you have to have the columns inside the house?
A:Yes. a couple may be able to be remove from the great room area. The rest are structural
Date Posted: 05-Aug-14
Q:Love the layout, but does this plan have to have all those PILLERS?
A:A few can be removed, but some (probably at least 2) are required for structural purposes
Date Posted: 08-Jul-14
Q:Do you have plans for the basement?
A:An unfinished walkout basement and no-daylight basement is available. Plans are no available since there is no room layout.
Room design can be provided for an additional fee.
Date Posted: 02-May-14
Q:o the dimensions listed for the living room include the hall way, or is that 21x16 number the actual living room and not the hallway.
A:the dimensions do not include the hallway. They are the actual room sizes. Please note to protect the design the dimensions have been rounded to the nearest foot
Date Posted: 02-May-14
Q:Do you have Other elevations for this home? Also I would like more photos; ceilings and floors for this plan. Thank you, L sharpe
A:None available at this time
We can modify elevation per customer direction
Date Posted: 23-Apr-14
Q:Is this plan available with 2x6 exterior walls? Please specify roof framing, are trusses available and if not are stick build details included with the plan? Thanks
A:2x6 is not available standard but can be completed for a modification fee (with PDF or CAD purchase). Are there any additional modifications the client would like?
Roof framing = stick.
Roof framing plan not available -- Framing to be determined by builder.
40 lbs structural notes available.
Date Posted: 20-Feb-14
Q:I am very interested in this home but can not swing building a home this large. I know that others have asked if you can scale down the square footage and I've read you're responses. By any chance since the last time someone has asked you, have you come up with a smaller version? I'm looking like around 2000 to 2100 sq ft. This house is absolutely beautiful. Would appreciate any assistance.
A:72166 is the only plan that comes to mind.
Date Posted: 04-Feb-14
Q:I have a questions regarding the given dimensions of this plan. When I do the math I get 37 feet deep (front to back) by 72 feet wide (side to side). Where does the 106 foot dimension come into play. I am not using any figures for the garage which I am sure you are but I still don't see that big (106 ') footprint.
A:From the furthest left point of the master bedroom to the furthest right point of the garage.
Date Posted: 04-Feb-14
Q:Back to the square footage. Where does the (483) that is shown under specifications come from? So basically what I am after is if you did not want the second floor bonus the actual first floor living as shown is (2498)? And if this is the case would there be a way to cut down on the square footage without changing the entire plan?
A:Bonus above main house = 497
Bonus above garage = 579
If you do not want to build the bonus area above the main house you are left with 2499 on the main level
There is not an easy way to cut down the first floor a/c square footage without changing the plan drastically. Perhaps decreasing the size of the laundry room, entry hall area/
Date Posted: 15-Jan-14
Q:Please clarify: The total living area includes main floor plus the upstairs? This equals 2498 sq feet. The bonus area is the area over the garage of 483 sq feet? Erica
A:the total living area only includes A/C first floor. 2nd floor above main house (497) and area above garage (579) is unfinished bonus.
Date Posted: 02-Jan-14
Q:Wondering if this plan comes in a unfinished basement or finished basement instead of just slab? Also is there any other plans that have the master suite with doors to the outside deck or patio with the ensuite kinda the same. With the tub in the middle with the spacious shower & his & her WICs & dual sinks. I've gone through hundreds of plans & can't seem to find much like it.
Thanks for any info you can give me,
A:We currently offer a slab foundation and an unfinished no daylight (underground) basement for an additional $240.00.
If you are interested in an unfinished/finished basement we can provide you with a free modification quote.
For similar plans, please view plan 72136 and plan 72217 house plans. The bathrooms do not have the same look as the this plan, however we can modify them to fit your needs. I suggest these plans because the exterior of the homes are very similar in style, and all offer an open floor plan
Date Posted: 11-Jan-13
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A:Yes you can! Please click the "Modifications" tab above to get more information.
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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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