Farmhouse Home Design with 2287 Sq Ft, 3 Bedrooms, 2.5 Baths and a 2 Car Garage
Its easy to see why this farmhouse plan is a popular design in the 2200 to 2400 sq ft category. Its open floor plan and split bedroom design are very popular within the industry.
Take notice to the unique pass through from kitchen to rear porch. Belly up to the snack bar for snacks or drinks. Keep the dirt outside and the cool air inside with this great home feature for entertaining or keeping the kids happy.
2287 Total Living Area 2287 Main Level 535 Bonus Area 3 Bedrooms 2 Full Baths, 1 Half Baths 2 Car Garage 71'0 W x 73'2 D
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Basement - * $400.00 Total Living Area may increase with Basement Foundation option. Crawlspace Slab - * $400.00 Walkout Basement - * $400.00 Total Living Area may increase with Basement Foundation option.
Number of Stories:
Max Ridge Height:
29'0 from Front Door Floor Level
Primary Roof Pitch:
486 sq ft
1st Floor Master:
Main Ceiling Height:
* May require additional drawing time.
Jack and Jill Bathroom
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Previous Questions and Answers
Q:Does this plan include framing page and footers.
A:No it does not
Date Posted: 27-Jan-21
Q:I asked yesterday but still haven't heard from anyone; What window manufacturers make the tilt out window like you have over the bar that opens up to the back porch on this plan? Secondly, are the three windows on the front of the house in the dormers on the roof open to the living area, or are they just for looks and are open to the attic? Thank you Tim Hirsch
We don’t have a specific window manufacturer that we use.
Here is a a company that could do it: Designer Window Supply
The three windows are not open to the living area and are just for looks.
Here is a link you might find helpful: https://timesofsandiego.com/life/2017/04/08/weekend-design-5-ways-make-pass-kitchen-window-work/
Date Posted: 22-Oct-20
Q:Looking at the floor plan it’s hard to see what materials your suggesting. Would you be using engineered lumber such as TJI joist or would you call for demential lumber?
We do 18” floor trusses.
It should call it out in the sections.
Date Posted: 27-Jul-20
Q:I need help visualizing the Kitchen space area with open bay window to the patio. Listed is 13-8 x 19 on the house plan drawing. How much actual space is the (triangular) portion from open bay window to the edge of Island? Do you have a photo of one that has been built to help see this unique kitchen. Thank you kindly.
A:Distance from corner of bay window to side of center island is approximately 6'-6".
Date Posted: 29-Jan-19
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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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