Rustic Craftsman Style House Plan #65877 at Family Home Plans has 3 Beds and 2.5 Bathrooms
Rustic Craftsman house plan with approximately 2500 sq ft of heated living space, 3 beds, 2.5 bathrooms and a 3 bay garage. This architectural design offers an open floor plan, split bedroom design, private master suite, great outdoor living, and a massive bonus room over large three car garage. The covered porch and patio have a outdoor fireplace and a built in grill for entertaining.
2495 Total Living Area 2495 Main Level 625 Bonus Area 3 Bedrooms 2 Full Baths, 1 Half Baths 3 Car Garage 90'11 W x 83'11 D
5 Sets: $1,245.00 5 Sets plus PDF Print Set: $1,345.00 PDF File: $1,095.00 CAD File: $1,895.00
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Previous Q & A
Previous Questions and Answers
Q:What do the plans call for in the siding? I'm going to choose walkout basement. Is that drawn to have brick and stone? I want stone on the front and brick for the rest of the house?
A:Masonry is easy to change as you will need to specify what type and where on the house you want it anyway.
We call for a mixture of vertical siding and cedar shakes. The walkout basement is masonry all the way up to the first level.
Date Posted: 27-Mar-19
Q:How tall are the ceilings in the bonus room?
Date Posted: 27-Aug-18
Q:We bought this plan from you and my question is can the garages all fit a Tahoe SUV
A:My data from Chevy online shows a Tahoe is 204” in length or 17’-0”. We have 18’ clear from the overhead door to the wheel stop and another 3’-5” beyond that to the wall on the smaller bay. The other two bays are 2’ deeper.
Date Posted: 08-Mar-18
Q:What are the dimensions of the pantry?
A:3'-8" x 3'-8" clear inside.
Date Posted: 09-Jan-18
Q:We ordered this house plan. We need to know the depth of the kitchen island for our cabinet guy. We know the width is 8' 10" but what is the depth. Thank you.
Date Posted: 10-Nov-17
Q:We are trying to decide between house plan 65877 and 65871 (3-car garage version). Can you tell me if plan #65877 will be a lot more expensive than #65871 due to the exterior materials used? Also, can you tell me the dimensions of the master bath shower for each plan? Thanks for your help.
A:I don’t see the materials being used to be a big cost difference other than the metal roof used in the 65871. The size difference may make a difference though from 2595 SF to 2106 SF (htd).
Date Posted: 13-Jul-17
Q:Is it possible to remove the dual fireplace from the family/dining room and insert a common hallway to access bedrooms rather than going through the family room?
A:It is possible. Might need to push the front of the dining forward a bit though.
Date Posted: 28-Feb-17
Q:How big of a lot is needed to build this house? Will .3 acres be enough?
A:That’s going to be tight. The critical dimension is the width, which needs to be a minimum of 101’-7”. I come up with slightly more than .3 acres if you figure a 25’ front and rear setback. That’s assuming a perfectly rectangular lot.
Date Posted: 06-Feb-17
Q:Hi, Is the wall between the family room and bedroom a load bearing wall? Would it be possible to extend the family room and reuse the leftover space for something other than a bedroom? Thanks Suzanne
A:That wall is load bearing but could be replaced with a beam making it possible to extend that space into the bedroom.
Date Posted: 12-Dec-16
Q:Is the bonus room ceiling height a uniform 8ft or does is slope down? Also, do you have modification with vaulted ceilings in the family room?
A:Bonus Room slopes down to 5’ side walls. Vaulting the ceiling in the family would be easy to do in the field with your builder.
Date Posted: 28-Nov-16
Q:Hello Can you please the main celling heights by room? Also can I order this print with a 2 car garage?
A:No 2 car version available. Would have to be modified.
Family – 11’ stepped to 12’
Kitchen, Nook, Foyer - 11’
Dining - 11’ stepped to 12’
Study – 8’ stepped to 10’
Master – vaulted 9’ to 12’-6”
Master bath and WIC – 9’
Bedroom 2 & 3 – 9’
Bonus – 8’
Utility – 8’
Date Posted: 04-Aug-16
Q:Do you have a walkout basement plan for this house
A:Yes same price as basement. Specify when ordering.
Date Posted: 12-Oct-15
Q:Can the garage have a 9' ceiling?
A:If you drop the floor a foot via 2 steps down into the garage, it is possible to do that and not encroach on the bonus room above it.
Date Posted: 30-Mar-15
Q:Are there any interior photos or images available by computer yet. The last time this question was posted was a year ago.
Date Posted: 06-Oct-14
Q:What is the ceiling height on the entry and the family room?
A:Both start at 11’ and step up to 12’
Date Posted: 02-Oct-14
Q:does the master bedroom dimensions on the plan include the sitting room ? Can the house be built without the portico that comes out over the garage?
A:Yes and yes.
Date Posted: 17-Sep-14
Q:If you get a slab basement, where does the Furnace and Water Heater go?
A:A/C and heating almost always go in the attic. Water heater can go up there as well with a fiberglass pan underneath it (for leaks) or you can create a small closet for it in the garage.
Date Posted: 17-Mar-14
Q:I see a set of stairs leading down but no basement floor plan. Do you have one available for viewing?
A:The basement just follows the perimeter of the exterior walls(not including porches).
Date Posted: 27-Jan-14
Q:We are wanting to change the box ceiling in the family room to a vaulted ceiling. The modifications center said it was possible but was not sure how high of a vaulted ceiling it would be based on the roof pitch. Could you help me know how high the vault could be in the family room?
A:I would not follow the roof line anyway - too steep. I usually recommend a 6:12 pitch on the interior.
Date Posted: 02-Dec-13
Q:Do you have any interior photos available?
A:Unfortunately not yet.
Date Posted: 30-Sep-13
Q:Can I make modifications to this plan?
A:Yes you can! Please click the "Modifications" tab above to get more information.
Q:What is the estimated price to build this plan?
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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