This small Modern contemporary home plan has two bedrooms and 2 baths. The design has three foundations available and if you choose the basement option you will increase the square footage of the modern design by about 750 feet. The outdoor space on this floor plan will work great as a vacation home plan or a home away from home. As with many of the modern contemporary home designs you will find great views through an abundance of windows.
|Total Living Area:||985 sq ft|
|Main Living Area:||740 sq ft|
|Upper Living Area:||245 sq ft|
|Garage Area:||264 sq ft|
|Number of Stories:||2|
|Max Ridge Height:||23' from Front Door Floor Level|
|Primary Roof Pitch:||4:12|
|Roof Load:||20 psf|
|Porch:||274 sq ft|
|Deck:||352 sq ft|
|1st Floor Master:||Yes|
|Main Ceiling Height:||9'|
|Upper Ceiling Height:||9'|
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A: Somewhere between a 3 – 4:12 slope would be the most efficient.
A: We show gas to be piped as well as 220v. It could be either or, or a hybrid. Venting is no problem.
A: 36'-10" wide x 41'-7" deep
A: 5’-0” x 10’-4”
A: The basement adds 742 SF.
A: All interior walls bear some loading whether its just ceiling loads or point loads carried down from the roof. All can be replaced with an appropriately sized beam and 2 points at either end to carry those loads to the ground.
A: No interior renderings or photos, no.
A: It does. Without the garage and breezeway/trellis it is 36’-10”.
A: It is possible, but we don’t have one as a standard option so it would have to be a mod.
A: It is that way in a sense, but our entry would be from the mid level.
A: We do not. We could create that though and make it a standard option for $150 additional.
A: It would essentially have to be 2 separate fireplaces unless you’re not concerned with conditioning the interior space from the outside.
A: We stick frame everything in our drawings. Truss drawings are certainly an option that can be obtained thru a truss manufacturer. There are some sloped ceilings in the main living area up to 16’. We do not design for snow loading where we are in Texas, only 20lbs live load. Across from the entry we have a w/d closet for a stackable unit and a WIC in the bedroom, there is no coat or linen closet. We could provide a full basement for the same fee, but would need a few days notice.
A: That is an art niche. Bedroom main level – 9’ Bedroom upper level – 9’ across 1/2 of ceiling sloping down to 7’ Bedroom lower level – 8’ Modifications are quoted per specific request.
A: There is just storage under the stair to the second floor.
A: Yes it can. 5’x10’-5”
A: Basement and/or attic. Tankless water heater is another option.
A: The deck between the house and the garage could easily be deleted without having to modify the plans, just a redline note. We do have the plan available with a crawlspace option, which eliminates the basement level. The ceiling in the great room is 16’ high flat and begins sloping down over the kitchen area to a height of 13’.
A: Not presently, no.
A: The basement is 742 SF.
A: 1st and 2nd floor, not the basement though.
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.