Beautiful Craftsman House Plan a Rustic One Story Home Design has 4 Bedrooms Large Open Floor Plan
An impressive split bedroom design with a massive central family room with an open layout. A four-bedroom home plan with formal dining, large master suite and power room. Bed 3 has a private bath and beds 2 and 4 share a jack and jill bathroom. The family room opens onto a covered terrace with paladin windows overhead. An optional bonus room over the garage expands the floor space by 583 square feet. Build this craftsman home design with our Arts and Crafts building plans.
3145 Total Living Area 3145 Main Level 545 Bonus Area 4 Bedrooms 3 Full Baths, 1 Half Baths 3 Car Garage 103'5 W x 100'10 D
These plans agree with basic FHA/VA regulations, and meet (CABO) one and two family dwelling code. Check with your builder regarding local codes that may vary. Minor alterations can be made by your local builder without drawing new plans. The owner and contractor assume the responsibility to meet all local codes.
Square footage calculations are based on total heated space only and will NOT include garages, porches or exterior storage areas. NOTE: Thses plans will include ALL of the following:
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ELEVATIONS-Our plans include complete front elevations drawns at 1/4" scale, other elevations drawn at 1/8" scale.
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Previous Q & A
Previous Questions and Answers
Q:On the craftsman 60028 plan, is the one pictured viewable from Google Earth? I would like to see more views from all sides. We are down between this plan and a couple on another website. Also any other plans like this in the 3000-3500 sqft range?
A:The photos were submitted by a previous owner and we have no idea where it was constructed.
Date Posted: 01-Apr-21
Q:How many square feet does the terrace level include? This is not included in the total living area, correct?
A:If you finished the entire Lower Level the square footage is 3099.
If you have a specific area tell what areas and we can tell you the square footage.
Date Posted: 22-Feb-21
Q:When built on a slab, where are the hot water heater and HVAC located? Where is the main breaker box located? Also, where does the window above the front entrance open up to? Is it just cosmetic, or does it let light I to the dining room? Thanks.
A:Q: When built on a slab, where are the hot water heater and HVAC located? A: In a storage closet that replaces the basement stairs going down. Q: Where is the main breaker box located? A: That will be based upon where you main power enters the house per your electrician. Q: Also, where does the window above the front entrance open up to? A: Attic Space. Q: Is it just cosmetic? A: Yes.
Date Posted: 11-Jan-21
Q:Where do you purchase the Shutters shown on the exterior windows? Love them and want for my house! Thanks!
A:Most any building supply dealer can order them for you. Just show them the picture
Date Posted: 28-Dec-20
Q:What is the ceiling height of the garage?
A:It will according to what foundation plan you will be on. If it will be on a slab foundation it would be approximately 9’-4”. If it will be on a basement it would approximately be 10’-0”
This is a site controlled issue that the builder will handle.
Date Posted: 18-Nov-20
Q:Hi we love this 4 plan but wanted to see it on a slab foundation. How would that change the hallway into the house from the garage and also can we switch the refrigerator and oven locations as shown in the completed pictures
A:The basement staid area turns into a storage closet. We can redesign that area to make a bigger Mud Room entry if a storage closet is not needed for $350.00 additional in a 2 week +- time frame
Date Posted: 17-Nov-20
Q:what is the ceiling height in the family room and total width of the family room from foyer to the back porch? Could dinig formal be an office with barn doors on both entry sites?
A:As it states on the web site the Family Room / Kitchen area is a 12’-0” tall, coffered ceiling.
Also, as it states on the web site the Family Room is 28’-0” deep form the Foyer wall to the rear Family Room wall
Date Posted: 09-Nov-20
Q:hi there, Is there any way to condense this house plan to around 2500 sqft? Really we only need 2-2.5 baths, 2 car garage and the lower level could have on "wing" eliminated. The dining room and bedrooms don't have to be as big either. How much would it be? Thank you
A:It would be impossible to make it 2500 square feet. We suggest that if your budget is 2500 square feet focus on that range and not 3100 square foot plans
Date Posted: 22-Jul-20
Q:What is the ceiling height in the foyer?
A:Approximately 14’-0” to the very peak of the vault
Date Posted: 09-Jul-20
Q:Can this home be built with 2x6 exterior walls?
A:It can be. You can do that on the job site, or we can make the wall conversion for you for $250.00 when you place the order
Date Posted: 14-May-20
Q:What are the dimensions of the powder room?
A:The Powder Room is 6’-0” X 6’-0”
Date Posted: 27-Apr-20
Q:As far as codes are concerned, has this plan been brought up to the national building codes within the last 6 years?
A:This plan meets all the national code requirements, but your area may have amendments to that code. Our plans make it through all building departments except the ones that do have some amendments. Some areas may also require special wind shear, snow load or seismic requirements that may need to be done at you local level. If any of these are required in your area your builder will have access to professionals in your area that can supply those items needed.
Date Posted: 09-Mar-20
Q:What are the dimensions of all of the bathrooms and the master closet? Do you have any more pictures that are not on the site?
A:The master bath is a total of 12’-6’ X 16’-0”
The master closet is 12’-0” X 14’-0”
Bedroom 3 bath is 12’-0” X 6’-0”
Bedroom 2 & 4 bath is 16’-6” X 10’-10” which includes Bedroom 4 closet
There are no additional photos of the plans available
Date Posted: 26-Jun-19
Q:Is this plan available in a slightly smaller version? Maybe 2500 square feet living area, 2 bay garage?
A:No it is not at this time
Date Posted: 15-Jan-19
Q:Hi, is this plan available with an attached In-law apartment similar to plan 72245?
A:We currently do not have that request
Date Posted: 08-Jan-19
Q:I was wondering how many sf is under roof
A:Everything - main level, bonus room, garage & porch’s is 5427 total under roof square feet
Date Posted: 04-Jan-19
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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