Modern or Contemporary style of design in this two car garage with 750 square feet of living space. The drive under garage parking area is 619 sq ft with another 131 feet of living space in the form of an entry and full bath. The main living area upstairs has a single bedroom, a full bath with stackable laundry, an efficient small kitchen, morning room and living room with access to a covered balcony. The walls are filled with windows for an amazing view. Let the sunshine in. Garage Apartment
|Total Living Area:||881 sq ft|
|Main Living Area:||131 sq ft|
|Upper Living Area:||750 sq ft|
|Garage Area:||619 sq ft|
|Garage Type:||Drive Under|
|Number of Stories:||2|
|Max Ridge Height:||26'0 from Front Door Floor Level|
|Primary Roof Pitch:||0|
|Porch:||230 sq ft|
|Main Ceiling Height:||10'0|
We are sorry, but an estimated cost build is not available for this particular plan.
A: Most people are using mini-split air units which can be place anywhere. Otherwise, locate the furnace in the workshop area. As for the water heater tank or tankless unit, it could be located in the corner of the workshop area as well.
A: This is shown with stucco, but you can substitute any material you’d like.
A: The materials would have to be ordered by you through a local lumberyard. When you order your plans, Your plans will be emailed to you in PDF or CAD format and WILL INCLUDE: a) Floor Plans: Floor plan drawings indicating dimensions for construction b) Roof Plan: Drawings indicating roof slopes and unique conditions c) Exterior Elevations: Drawings showing appearance and the types of materials used for the exterior finish and trim d) Building Sections: Drawings cut through important locations in the structure e) Construction Details: Drawings showing specific construction of building elements at a large scale f) Electrical Plans: Basic electrical layout (suggested locations of fixtures, switches and outlets) g) Foundation Plan: Dimensioned drawings describing specific foundation conditions for the structure h) A building license: A single-use license for construction at one location only (NOTE: If design is to be used at subsequent locations, a discounted re-use license is required and available upon request.) Additional notes about engineering and building codes: Our plans are designed to meet national building codes. We do not guarantee they will meet all local building requirements or building codes influenced by local geographic or climactic factors. It is the responsibility of the owner or builder to ensure these plans comply with city, county, municipal and/or state/provincial building codes. Additionally, your plans will not be sealed or stamped by an engineer or architect. It is the owner’s (or builder’s) responsibility to hire a local professional to review and seal or stamp the plans if required by the building department. This must be handled by an engineer or architect licensed in the state/province where the plan is to be built. At your service, Steve
A: The floor is I-Joists and beams where necessary. The rafters are I-joists
A: This will depend on climate. For this size space, I recommend mini-split heat pump system. Your local HVAC contractor should be able to offer your best options based on your climate. Thank you
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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