This plan was designed to appreciate countryside views with three beautiful, vaulted covered porches and tall, wide windows that bathe the great room in natural sunlight. The wide, open living space is the highlight of the plan. The great room has a fireplace tucked in the corner which is easily enjoyable from any angle. The kitchen has a large island, giving ample counter space in the functional design. Down the hall just off the kitchen are the two bedrooms and a mudroom that leads to the 2-car garage. At the back of the hall is the entry to the owners’ suite. The owners’ suite has its own private bath, shower, and spacious walk-in closet.
1990 Total Living Area 1990 Main Level 3 Bedrooms 2 Full Baths, 1 Half Baths 2 Car Garage 75'0 W x 65'0 D
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Q:What is the height of the vaulted ceilings? And what is the max garage door height for car clearance?
Thank you for your request regarding house plan #31-121.
• It is approximately 18’-6” from the great room finished floor to the interior ridge of the vaulted ceiling above.
• The garage doors are currently 18’ wide by 8’ high
Date Posted: 06-Jan-21
Q:What are the ceiling heights in the areas of the house not vaulted? Also what are the items in the corner of the garage, assuming hot water tank and furnace?
Thank you for your inquiry into plan #41320. I have taken a look and the answers are as follows:
• The ceiling heights for the plan in the non-vaulted areas are 9’ high
• The two areas in the garage are the tentative space for the Forced Air Unit and Water Heater
Please let me know if you have any additional questions regarding this design.
Date Posted: 27-Oct-20
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