Currently one of the best selling plans in America. This classic Craftsman cottage boasts 1879 square feet, but has a basement option available (at an additional fee) that will increase your square footage dramatically.
|Total Living Area:||1879 sq ft|
|Main Living Area:||1879 sq ft|
|Garage Area:||573 sq ft|
|Foundation Types:||Basement - * $395.00
Total Living Area may increase with Basement Foundation option.
Walkout Basement - * $395.00
Total Living Area may increase with Basement Foundation option.
2x6 - * $150.00
|Number of Stories:||1|
|Max Ridge Height:||24'11 from Front Door Floor Level|
|Primary Roof Pitch:||8:12|
|Roof Load:||20 psf|
|Porch:||644 sq ft|
|1st Floor Master:||Yes|
|Main Ceiling Height:||10'|
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A: All ceilings are 10’ with the exception of family room which is 11’ flat(could be vaulted though) and the utility and garage which are 9’.
A: You can.
A: The inside of wall dimension from the back of the stair to the front of the utility is 18’-9 ½”.
A: This is not a difficult plan to build for most. 3rd car version is $195. There is a lot of attic space accessible via pull down stair at the secondary bedroom hallway.
A: That depends on where your air handler is. If its in the attic, the RA would be in the ceiling ideally. If its in the basement it can be a floor register. Chase space can be carved out of any of the interior walls surrounding the family room if you prefer to do a wall location.
A: Bath 2 is 3’-5” long x 32” tall Powder bath is 3’ long x 32” tall.
A: 11’ -0”
A: The doors are 8’ tall doors with 2’ tall transoms. Ceiling in Family is 11’.
A: I'm sorry, we don't have any photos. Family room is 11’ flat, but could be vaulted and trusses could be added. 9’ clgs in utility and garage. 10’ ceilings for the rest.
A: Its called an awning.
A: 10’ – foyer, study, dining, kitchen, all bedrooms. 9’ – garage, utility, bath 2 11’ – family.
A: From the side of the pantry wall to the big opening dividing the kitchen from the family it is 7’-0”. 3’-9” of counter space and 3’-3” width for the refrigerator.
A: We don’t call out crown molding, but a simple note added to the plan by the customer/builder in each room which you wish to have crown molding would be the way to handle it.
A: Kitchen- Island – 4’x8’ Range wall - 11’ Refrig wall – 7’ Utility- Opposite w/d - 6’-5” W/D uppers – 6’-5” Master Bath- Vanity – 6’-9” Toilet linen – 3’ Bath 2- Linen – 2’ Vanity – 3’-5”
A: Yes, that is just the bedroom and it would be an easy change to wave in the field to add a foot to the back side of the bedroom as it is a gable end.
A: 5’ x 4’-10” each.
A: Shower is 44x52 not including the seat area(about 2’x2’). Tub is 42x72 Vanity is 6’-9” long.
A: Both are 5-0 x 4-9.
A: While we don’t show one, a door could be added to our plan very easily.
A: Wic’s = 5-0 x 8-8 and 3-4 x 8-8 Pantry = 3-8 x 3-8
A: The doors are facing the hallway between the bedroom and bath.
A: That can either become a powder bath, we have an option for that attached to the plans, or it could become storage. The Construction PDF comes with the rights to reproduce plans, the bid/study set does not.
A: The basement is purely for foundation, no plumbing roughs shown. We do have a walk out.
A: That depends on what type of water heater you use. A tankless can go on any outside wall or in the attic. A 40 gallon tank can go in the garage or the attic with a drain pan. A partial concrete basement is definitely possible.
A: We don’t have anything that we can send you that has more info on room sizes other than the artwork on the website. However if you want to send a list of items you would like to know the size of, we can get that specifically for you.
A: 1) 4’x2’ 2) A wheelstop 3) Yes, it would be a modification.
A: Island is 4’x8’-3” Kitchen/Nook is 11’x27’
A: It is certainly possible.
A: Via pull down stairs in the hallway off the secondary bedrooms. There is a good deal of attic space, around 800+ SF useable.
A: Yes, lots.
A: It's plenty big enough to accommodate a vertical unit and water heater.
A: The water heater could go where the stair is. I’d put the furnace in the attic for the sake of a central location for your duct runs. The WIC’s are 8’-8” wide each. the one on the left is 5’ deep and the right one is 3’-4” deep (clear).
A: No interior photos yet, sorry. The bonus space is possible, but would take some slight modifications. Mods are possible on the bedroom side as well. Contact FamilyHomePlans for a quote.
A: 8-0 x 6-5
A: The measurements shown on the plan are clear inside dimensions. The square footage however, is figured to the outside face of the stud wall.
A: Custom made from dimensional lumber. Not hard.
A: Eaves are 2’-6” standard and 1’-6” on the rake ends. Yes, could be modified. Metal roof is no problem. Its just a material change. I don’t know what a “lid ceiling” is, would have to be a modification. There is attic storage via pull down stairs in the hall by the bedrooms. Don’t think there is enough head room to do a pull down where the basement stairs are without modifications.
A: We do not specify manufacturers for doors, windows or trim. They need to be selected based on your geographic/climate/thermal needs. We do provide a crawlspace foundation which shows a perimeter block wall foundation with interior piers.
A: It is possible. Ask FamilyHomePlans.com to quote that as a modification.
A: Its possible. The roof would need to be modified over the stair though.
A: 10’ everywhere except family which is 11’, and utility is 9’.
A: The garage floor actually sits slightly lower than the house (4-6” lower). You could modify the floor levels without much trouble.
A: There’s no universal color system to refer to. You would have to match with the paint manufacturer using their color wheels.
A: 4’ x 54’ = +216 SF or 2095 SF total.
A: We show it flat at 11’, but it could easily be vaulted.
A: There is enough attic. Getting a stair in is tricky.
A: about 15’-16’
A: There is a pull down stair in the hallway to the secondary bedrooms as well as in the garage. No photos yet. I would use an off white, don’t have a specific mfr. number though.
A: We do not have anything designed for the lower level. Its wide open though. Walkout is more than feasible.
A: It mirrors the first level. So it’s the same.
A: No guttering is shown on our plans. Although it is easily added ‘post construction’.
A: There is lots of storage via pull down stairs.
A: 6” walls would reduce interior space by 2” where ever there is an exterior wall. The pitch of the roof is 8:12. We can offer you a study set of this plan for $795. it is commonly used for bidding and estimating only.
A: The 3 on the Lanai are 2-3080’s and the one from the 2 in the Study are 2-2680’s.
A: I wish there was an easy answer to this question, but there isn’t. The only way to get the paint color right is to use a color wheel from someone like a Sherwin Williams, and then create samples on site on the actual material to be used. Brick and stone must be acquired from local yards and there is no standard color system available.
A: 10’ each.
A: No pics yet.
A: There is a mixture of lap siding and shakes.
A: Not yet.
A: I’d call it a Sherwin Williams SW-6451 “Nurture Green”. But you must check the color on site with the materials you intend to put it on. All paints act differently on different materials.
A: 3 single doors. The third bay is 12’ x 22’ – 9’ clg.
A: 44”x52” with a seat that is roughly 30”x30” in addition to that.
A: A third car garage will expand the width if it is front loaded. Roof pitch would not change, but the ridge would be higher.
A: 6’ wide x 9’-8” deep
A: 5x5 each
A: 5x5 each
A: Master Bath – 14-0 x 7-8
Bath 2 – 5-0 x 8-6
WIC(left) – 5-0 x 8-8
WIC(right) – 3-4 x 8-8
Stair area = 8-0 x 8-0 (There is an optional powder bath drawn for this area)
A: left = 5’x8’-8”
right = 3’-4” x 8’-8”
A: Probably, yes.
A: Unfortunately not yet.
A: There could be, with some slight mods to the rear over the stair to the basement.
A: It is detailed as an 11’ flat ceiling, but could easily be modified in the field to be vaulted or stepped, etc.
A: 5’ wide x 8’-6” long
A: Yes you can! Please click the "Modifications" tab above to get more information.
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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