The design and layout of this home brings back the memories of days gone by and of places we feel comfortable. Chatting by the warmth of the fireplace in the winter... enjoying the screened-in back porch in the summer...and spending time with your family year-round, make this a most inviting home. A charming home that will fulfill many families' needs!
800 Total Living Area 800 Main Level 2 Bedrooms 1 Full Baths 30' W x 36' D
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Q:Does the attic have functional and usable storage space? If so, how is the attic accessible inside the house?
A:Hello, The attic space above the living room and bed 2 is floored and has the roof bracing arranged in a way that allows open storage space and easy access to that portion of the attic. There would be a pull down stairs in the ceiling of the hall, or wherever you want to place it. The rest of the attic could also be floored for storage if you need more space. Contractor can easily adjust that onsite.
Date Posted: 10-Dec-19
Q:Do these plans come with a plumbing, electrical and foundation plan?
A:Hello, Predrawn house plans do not, and cannot include mechanical plans such as plumbing, or any other "site specific" type of plan.
The plans include foundation plan, floor plan, four exterior views of exterior, roof and ceiling framing plans, wall section, cross section, interior cabinet drawings, and electrical.
Date Posted: 17-Aug-18
Q:Can we leave off the fireplace
A:Sure, see plan 59096 or 59098 for versions of this same plan without the fireplace.
Date Posted: 29-May-18
What type of ceiling and ceiling height in living room?
A:8' flat ceiling, same as the rest of the house. It could be vaulted, or whatever you prefer. That would be simple to change onsite for the builder.
Date Posted: 18-Apr-18
Q:could it be a one bedroom?
A:Hello, Sure, we could modify this plan to be one bedroom, or you may like plan 59110 better. Its very similar, and already has one bedroom only. If you wish to obtain a quote to modify the first plan, just reply to this email and let me know. Thanks.
PS- Smaller version , 400 s.f. is 59109
Date Posted: 18-Jul-13
Q:where is water heater & HVAC?
A:Hello, Most people choose to use the tankless type water heater since they are far superior in terms of energy use. They can be mounted on the exterior walls, or in the attic, or in a crawlspace if there is one, or in a cabinet, etc..... If you wish to use a conventional water heater, It would go in the attic, unless you choose a "lowboy" type which could fit under the kitchen counter. The a/c unit would need to go in the attic, or in a crawlspace under the house, depending on the type you choose. It would of course be ideal to have a closet on the main level for each, but in an 800 s.f. plan, there is seldom any space folks are willing to give up for mechanical. One option would be to remove the door from bedroom 1 to the screen porch, and remove the bathroom window and use that first three feet of the porch as a closet for the water heater and/or heat and air unit. Have a great day and God bless!
Stephen Mathis, CPBD
Date Posted: 25-Jul-11
Q:There appears to be a window in the eve of this house but the main ceiling height is 9' according to the specs but it lists 8' on the floor plan. Is it designed with usable attic space, cathedral ceiling in the living/kitchen area or what? Can you please clarify this for me. I really like the look of the exterior design of this house.
A:Good morning, The window is just in the attic. We liked the look of it better than a gable end vent. You could vault some ceilings. There is just an attic access pull down stairs to get up there, no useable space for living. We have made it into a loft with an access ladder for kids. Have a great day and God bless!
Date Posted: 30-Apr-10
Q:Is there any way a basement could be built with this plan?
A:Good morning, See plan 59122 for that option. God bless!
Stephen Mathis, CPBD
Date Posted: 12-Oct-09
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