Each home plan features the front elevation and informative reference sections including general notes and design criteria.
Drafted at ¼" scale for the front and 1/8" scale for the rear and sides. All elevations are detailed and an aerial view of the roof is provided, showing all hips, valleys, ridges and framing.
Drafted at ¼" - 1' scale. This plan is designed as a slab foundation. Optional basement or crawl space foundations are available. Basement foundations may require additional engineering for steel beam sizes.
Main Level Floor Plan
Drafted at ¼" scale. 2" x 4" walls are standard. The detailed drawings include such things as ceiling treatments and header locations.
Second Level Floor Plan
Drafted at ¼" scale. Drafted to the same degree of detail as the main level floor plan.
Kitchen cabinet elevations are drawn.
Electrical and Sections
The electrical plan shows suggested electrical layout for the main and second level floor plans. Typical wall, stair, brick sections are provided to further explain construction of these areas.
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Q:Is there a way to see what the inside of this house looks like in live view ? I want to see the living/kitchen room area. I need to know what the ceiling looks like . Is it a flat ceiling or an angled ceiling kind of like vaulted . I know it says its 11 ft ceilings but I just can't tell from the pictures . I would love to see the whole inside view if possible.
A:live view is not available. The living room ceiling is flat 11' tall inside the dashed lines, rest of ceiling is flat 9' tall
Date Posted: 21-Jan-19
Q:Is the fireplace wood burning or gas? I dont see a chimney in the house.
A:it is gas
Date Posted: 13-Nov-18
Q:What is the roof pitch on the front porch? And is the roof framed with trusses?
The roof pitch on the front porch is 4:12
The plan shows common frame rafters with a optional roof trusses. I would build this home with trusses
Date Posted: 01-Dec-17
Q:What is the main roof pitch? And do you have a version that has the living room vaulted?
A:Main roof pitch is 10:12
Sorry, no version with living room vaulted, most builders can do a simple change like that as a field change.
Date Posted: 20-Nov-17
Q:What is the ceiling height for each level? Thanks
A:9' downstairs, 8" upstairs, 11' in living room
Date Posted: 08-Sep-17
Q:Are the exterior walls built with standard precut studs to give it a 8 foot height. I want 8 foot ceilings
A:Any 8' wall is built with precut studs
Date Posted: 28-Nov-16
Q:is precut studs used to build to make a 8 foot wall?
Date Posted: 28-Nov-16
Q:Can you provide an example of how much detail is shown on the plans and sections before we buy the plan?
A:It is the basic contractor set;
1. front elevation and notes
2. other three exterior elevations and kit cabinets
3. floor plan with electrical
4. typical wall section (optional full building section if requested, no charge)
5. foundation details
6. roof plan
7. foundation plan
Date Posted: 15-Jun-15
Q:You`ve already confirmed that the living room can be open to above.Now I need to know if the staircase can be open(to show railing) and is there enough room to add a walk in pantry? Thanks for your quick reply
A:The staircase could have rails that are open to the living room.
The only place I see to add a walk in pantry is to slide the refrigerator over to where the pantry is located, then add a 4' x 4' corner walk in pantry in the corner of the kitchen next to the dining room and master closet
Date Posted: 14-Apr-15
Q:Plan 68178- Can this plan be open to below? Meaning,upstairs bedrooms visible from livingroom and kitchen?
A:The upstairs hall could have rails that open to the living room below, this would require going to an 18' ceiling in the living room
Date Posted: 01-Apr-15
Q:Can the top section of this house be bricked?
A:Yes, it can all be bricked up to the point where the front wall of the side one story roof is located.
Date Posted: 20-Oct-14
Q:Is the screen porch figured in the lower level square footage of 1,467?
A:The 1467 is the heated and cooled sq ft, it doesn't include porches or Garage
Date Posted: 11-Sep-13
Q:Is there any pictures of this home that has been built?
A:Sorry, no pictures.
Date Posted: 29-Apr-13
Q:Is there a photo gallery of the inside of this plan?
A:No, sorry I don't have any pictures
Date Posted: 11-Apr-13
Q:Hey, what is the front porch depth?
A:The front Porch is 8 feet deep.
Date Posted: 26-Jun-12
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Q:What is the estimated price to build this plan?
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