Country craftsman details in this design with an open floor plan. One of our most popular house plans under 1800 square feet.
With this big basement you will have plenty of storage space for your stuff or room to grow your family.
|Total Living Area:||1720 sq ft|
|Main Living Area:||1720 sq ft|
|Unfinished Basement Area:||1720 sq ft|
|Garage Area:||474 sq ft|
|Number of Stories:||1|
|Max Ridge Height:||21'6 from Front Door Floor Level|
|Primary Roof Pitch:||7:12|
|Roof Load:||50 psf|
|Porch:||310 sq ft|
|1st Floor Master:||Yes|
|Main Ceiling Height:||9'1|
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A: Interior of pantry is 3’10” x 1’8”
A: YES 2X10 FLOOR JOISTS ARE 16” O.C.
A: Yes, this plan includes a Roof Framing Plan.
A: You would order a pdf and also contact an architectural engineering firm in your area to redesign our plan without the full foundation.
A: The 1720 house square footage is a total of the conditioned spaces. It does not include garage or any porch square footage.
A: Hi, This plan only has door and window sizes. The door and window rough opening sizes are determined by the window and door size on the plan. You would have to find that information from the window and door manufacturer by looking up the size from the plan. Thanks, Jody
A: Yes, this plan can have a cathedral ceiling.
A: Our house designs originate in New York, therefore, we restrict within NYS to protect our local market here. You may purchase our plan within your zip code 12070.
A: Hi, The bottom of the stairs at the basement has 4’-8” between the first riser and the basement wall. That should leave enough room to turn most furniture. It would not leave much room though for larger pieces of furniture. Unfortunately we do not have any photos of the exterior or interior of the house. Thank you, Jody
A: This question should be asked of a local builder and any existing site conditions need to be considered.
A: The front elevation has vinyl shakes. The two large gables on the front elevation have vinyl board-n-batten. The side elevations and rear elevation have vinyl clapboard.
A: Sorry, but neither are available.
A: Answer: We do not have this plan or a version of it with a walk-out basement. Please call for a modification quote.
A: The Kitchen island is 6’ wide and the space between island and counters is 4’. Overall Kitchen dimensions are 17’-8” wide and 9’-4” deep.
A: Unfortunately, we do not.
A: Sorry, but we do not have any interior pictures of this home.
A: No vaulted ceiling shown in this plan.
A: Yes, you can purchase this home to be build in NYS near the Vermont state border. We restrict New York State zip codes because we are located in Rochester, NY and reserve the right to provide services to and protect our local market. Thank you.
A: I’m not really sure what is meant by bulkhead. All the ceilings are flat. There is a steel I-Beam in the basement that runs from left to right and in the middle of the house that is load bearing. The foundation walls are concrete masonry block units (CMU). Thanks, Jody
A: D size – 24x36
A: Basement square footage is 1748.
A: 8’2” x 8’2” interior space.
A: MBath is 8’2” x 8’2” Laundry is 8’4” x 6’ Does this information match a previous answer?
A: Answer depends on the size of ICF thickness determined by contractor.
A: This house isn’t designed for a bonus room. You would need to revise some trusses to attic trusses as well as adding a set of stairs to access a bonus room.
A: MB WI 6’6 x 5’8 Rear porch 13’ x 10’ Front porch 8’ x 10 plus 6’ x 18
A: Peak windows do not function This plan is only designed for a full basement. There is no slab-on-grade option.
A: The main house trusses are 36’ long.
A: MBath 7’10 x 8’2 Bath 2 8’ x 6’10 Laundry 7’10 x 6’
A: 11’ w x 10’ d
A: Not from our office, but if you purchase one set and take to a local professional, they may be able to do that for you.
A: No crawl space foundation; plan has a block foundation. No shear wall details.
A: I am sorry but we have no pictures.
A: 8’4 x 6’
A: Foyer closet 2’1” x 4’4” MB WIC 6’8” x 5’10” Mbath 8’2” x 8’2” incudes linen closet Bath2 6’10” x 8’ (all dimensions are not possible.)
A: The small walk in closet off the garage is not big enough to convert into a laundry room. However, if you mean to use both walk in closets then yes.
A: There is no cathedral ceiling.
A: The island is shown as 6’ x 3’6”
A: 8 feet
A: Hello, Since this is a ranch home, there is no room in this design for a bonus room above the garage. For the walk-in pantry, some changes could be made by a conversion / removal of the laundry room. Thank you
A: You might be interested in plan 94118. As for the colors and materials of the home,those are decisions that are usually agreed upon between you and your builder. Thank you for your interest in our designs, hope this was helpful.
A: Hello, Sorry, we do not send out copies of basement plans. The plan does indicate that the location of the furnace and hot water heater may vary. As drawn the location of the furnace and water heater are in the very center of the basement. There are no finished areas in the basement, I suppose that a future bathroom, like the furnace, could be placed anywhere the homeowner decides. Hope this helps!
A: what is th size of the WIC to the right of the garage entrance door? 5"4" x 5'8" is the inner wall dimensions of the two walls that the coats racks are on. Are all ceiling heights 9ft? Yes, all the ceiling heights on this floor are actually 9 -1 1/8" What is the the length of the wall of the covered porch in the back with the window in? If you are referring to the back wall of the Dining area with the door to the covered porch, the length is: 11'6" could that be modified to go straight cross to make the diningroom/great room large and eliminate the back porch? Modifying this wall would require modifying the basement / foundation.There is only fill under that space. Are the columns in the foyer a requirement, or can they be eliminated as well? The columns are strictly decorative, they can be eliminated. As you may know, any or all of these changes could be made by your local engineer / architect, as they would have to meet the local and State code.
A: Hello, 1. The distance between the wall behind the bench and the back wall of the pantry is 7' 8", the space between the front of the bench and the front of the pantry is 4" 2", the pantry is 1'8" deep. The bench as drawn is 1'5" deep. 2. Laundry room is 8' 4" wide by 6'. 3.Front Porch in front of kitchen window is 6', the entry part is 8' deep. 4. All exterior walls are 2" x 6", all interior walls are 2" x 4". Thank you
A: Glad you like this plan! This, and all of our plans are in 1/4" scale. The sizes of the bedrooms does not include the closets. Depth of closet in BR 3 is 2'1" BR 2 has a walk-in closet, the depth is 3'2". The Master Bedroom walk-in closet is 5'10" deep.
A: Hello, The size of the master bath is 8' 4" x 8' 4" this includes the shower. The shower is 3' out from the wall. Walk-in closet off the master 6' 8" x 5' 10" Laundry room is 8'4" x 6' Bath #2 is 7' 2" x 8' 2". The great room is,as you say 16', which is the length of the stairway wall. We included the whole depth of the room to where it meets the columns in the foyer. Thank you for your inquiry, we look forward to sending you the plan!!
A: The dimensions of the Master bath are 8' x 8', includes linen closet. The dimensios for Bath #2 are 6'10", which also includes the linen closet, although the closet opens in the hallway.
A: The main living area ceiling height can become vaulted or cathedral from the front foyer wall to the back of the great room
A: MBR WI closet 6'6 x 5'10
Entry from Garage 8'2 x 7'6
Laundry Rm 8' x 6'
Foyer 8' x 6'10
No blueprints come with the pdf file.
A: Sorry, but no. Your truss manufacturer can work sloped ceilings into the truss layout.
A: 9' ceilings all flat.
A: Basement is 12 courses of 12" masonry block - no finished area. Windows are 'just for appeal' - non-operative and covered with OSB board painted black.
A: None to date.
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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