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Bungalow Cottage Craftsman Farmhouse House Plan 75137 Elevation
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Currently one of the best selling plans in America. This classic Craftsman cottage boasts 1879 square feet, but has a basement option available (at an additional fee) that will increase your square fo...

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Question: What is the size of the shower, tub and vanity in the master bathroom?
Answer: Shower is 44x52 not including the seat area(about 2’x2’). Tub is 42x72 Vanity is 6’-9” long.
Date Posted: 12-Feb-19

Question: Is there any way I can get the other 2 bedroom closet dimensions too please
Answer: Both are 5-0 x 4-9.
Date Posted: 12-Feb-19

Question: But are there door closing the bathroom off from the bedroom? I see the closet doors but am concerned about early morning bathroom light waking my husband?
Answer: While we don’t show one, a door could be added to our plan very easily.
Date Posted: 12-Feb-19

Question: Do you have the dimensions of the closets and pantry thanks.
Answer: Wic’s = 5-0 x 8-8 and 3-4 x 8-8 Pantry = 3-8 x 3-8
Date Posted: 12-Feb-19

Question: Is there a door between master bath/closet & bedroom?
Answer: The doors are facing the hallway between the bedroom and bath.
Date Posted: 12-Feb-19

Question: What is in place of the basement stairs on a crawl space foundation plan? Also, is the pdf file released to print copies for our contractor? Thank you!
Answer: That can either become a powder bath, we have an option for that attached to the plans, or it could become storage. The Construction PDF comes with the rights to reproduce plans, the bid/study set does not.
Date Posted: 28-Jan-19

Question: Does the basement plan include roughed in plumbing? What is in the basement plan? Do you have a walkout basement plan?
Answer: The basement is purely for foundation, no plumbing roughs shown. We do have a walk out.
Date Posted: 10-Dec-18

Question: Hi, Where's the water heater? Can a house with a slab foundation still have an unfinished, partial basement (used primarily for mechanical storage, ie: furnance, electrical box, etc.)?
Answer: That depends on what type of water heater you use. A tankless can go on any outside wall or in the attic. A 40 gallon tank can go in the garage or the attic with a drain pan. A partial concrete basement is definitely possible.
Date Posted: 06-Dec-18

Question: Hello, Very interested in this plan but looking for prints with room dimensions, sizing and more detail in the layout if possible. Looking to get some builders to give us an better or closer cost estimate and buy the plans from you guys once we find a contractor for it. thanks megan
Answer: We don’t have anything that we can send you that has more info on room sizes other than the artwork on the website. However if you want to send a list of items you would like to know the size of, we can get that specifically for you.
Date Posted: 29-Oct-18

Question: What is the size of the garage opening?
Answer: 9-0x7-0
Date Posted: 08-Oct-18

Question: 1) How large is the closet across from the Utility/Laundry room? 2) What does the line across the back of the garage represent? 3) Is it possible to have a side entrance into the garage instead of the front entrance?
Answer: 1) 4’x2’ 2) A wheelstop 3) Yes, it would be a modification.
Date Posted: 31-Aug-18

Question: What size is the kitchen island? And what is the total length from the kitchen outside wall to the end of the nook? Thanks!
Answer: Island is 4’x8’-3” Kitchen/Nook is 11’x27’
Date Posted: 11-Jul-18

Question: Could the attic be made into livable space, such as a bedroom with a bath, and if so, and can the existing stairs to the basement be converted into stairs into the attic.
Answer: It is certainly possible.
Date Posted: 05-Jul-18

Question: How is the attic accessed, and how much space does it have?
Answer: Via pull down stairs in the hallway off the secondary bedrooms. There is a good deal of attic space, around 800+ SF useable.
Date Posted: 13-Jun-18

Question: I was wandering if it has an attic?
Answer: Yes, lots.
Date Posted: 21-May-18

Question: What is the size of the area where the stairs are, we want to build on slab no basement and want to put the ac/heating there?
Answer: It's plenty big enough to accommodate a vertical unit and water heater.
Date Posted: 09-Jan-18

Question: Wanted to build this on slab. Can furnace and water heater fit where basement stairs are located? Also, what are the sizes of sic in master. Love this plan.
Answer: The water heater could go where the stair is. I’d put the furnace in the attic for the sake of a central location for your duct runs. The WIC’s are 8’-8” wide each. the one on the left is 5’ deep and the right one is 3’-4” deep (clear).
Date Posted: 04-Jan-18

Question: Do you have any photos of the interior, Ceiling height, etc. We would love to have this home with Bonus space above the garage, and above the living area, kitchen, or bedrooms. Would this be possible? Also, If we wanted to extend the right side of the house (where the bedrooms are) by 2 feet, would this be possible?
Answer: No interior photos yet, sorry. The bonus space is possible, but would take some slight modifications. Mods are possible on the bedroom side as well. Contact FamilyHomePlans for a quote.
Date Posted: 07-Aug-17

Question: What is the height from the floor to the top of the windows from inside?
Answer: 8’-0”
Date Posted: 31-Jul-17

Question: How big is utility room
Answer: 8-0 x 6-5
Date Posted: 17-Jul-17

Question: Love the design and thinking that went into this. When you give the measurements of the garage, is that an interior measurement, from sheetrock or from 2 x4? I get 548 sq. ft. as the interior sq. footage, 625 sq. ft if the base walls are 9.5" thick for brick 2 x 4 framing. I want to be sure that this plan can fit on my lot. Thank you.
Answer: The measurements shown on the plan are clear inside dimensions. The square footage however, is figured to the outside face of the stud wall.
Date Posted: 18-Apr-17

Question: are the roof brackets custom made or are they a common size (polyurethane)?
Answer: Custom made from dimensional lumber. Not hard.
Date Posted: 13-Mar-17

Question: We live in Hawaii where it rains a lot. How wide are the eaves? Is it possible to modify plan to widen the eaves? Is it possible to have a metal roof with this design. Most roofs in Hawaii are metal. Who manufactures the green shingles on the siding? Can we order plans for the ceiling to have a lid rather than vaulted in all the rooms? Could we use the attic as storage? What kind of ladder would there be to gain access to the attic? Could it be the pull down stairs in the area of the stairs that would ordinarily go to the basement? We would build a perimeter foundation (crawl space). Thank you.
Answer: Eaves are 2’-6” standard and 1’-6” on the rake ends. Yes, could be modified. Metal roof is no problem. Its just a material change. I don’t know what a “lid ceiling” is, would have to be a modification. There is attic storage via pull down stairs in the hall by the bedrooms. Don’t think there is enough head room to do a pull down where the basement stairs are without modifications.
Date Posted: 13-Feb-17

Question: Since this is a Craftsman home we want to do it with doors, windows & trim authentic to the period. Do the plans come with a schedule of where you can buy the doors, windows and interior & exterior trim? Also, if we decide to do a perimeter foundation do you have the specific plan for that?
Answer: We do not specify manufacturers for doors, windows or trim. They need to be selected based on your geographic/climate/thermal needs. We do provide a crawlspace foundation which shows a perimeter block wall foundation with interior piers.
Date Posted: 09-Feb-17

Question: I notice there is an attic area in the pictures. Are there or can stairs be added to the upper area? If there is room it would be a great art studio.
Answer: It is possible. Ask FamilyHomePlans.com to quote that as a modification.
Date Posted: 03-Feb-17

Question: Is there enough pitch in the roof to forego the basement stairs and access the attic for a bonus room instead?
Answer: Its possible. The roof would need to be modified over the stair though.
Date Posted: 28-Nov-16

Question: What are the ceiling heights in this home?
Answer: 10’ everywhere except family which is 11’, and utility is 9’.
Date Posted: 20-Oct-16

Question: Is the house in the picture sitting higher then the garage? I would be building on a slab and don't know how it would look if the are the same level.
Answer: The garage floor actually sits slightly lower than the house (4-6” lower). You could modify the floor levels without much trouble.
Date Posted: 29-Sep-16

Question: What color of (green) is used here for the exterior? I've ordered the original building cost for this plan on my old email address, no longer valid, at Deltamosko@embarqmail.com but I didn't see an example of the depicted exterior color of green.
Answer: There’s no universal color system to refer to. You would have to match with the paint manufacturer using their color wheels.
Date Posted: 01-Sep-16

Question: If we were to add 4FT to the right side of the house plans where the bedrooms are located, how much does the total living area become?
Answer: 4’ x 54’ = +216 SF or 2095 SF total.
Date Posted: 30-Aug-16

Question: is there a vaulted ceiling in the great room?
Answer: We show it flat at 11’, but it could easily be vaulted.
Date Posted: 30-Aug-16

Question: Is there room above the main floor to possibly add bonus space?
Answer: There is enough attic. Getting a stair in is tricky.
Date Posted: 25-Aug-16

Question: What would the highest point of the ceiling be if the family room was vaulted.
Answer: about 15’-16’
Date Posted: 24-Aug-16

Question: Where is the pull down stairs to upper storage located? Is there is any updated photos for the interior? Lastly is trim colour white or cream and is it from Sherwin Williams? Thank you.
Answer: There is a pull down stair in the hallway to the secondary bedrooms as well as in the garage. No photos yet. I would use an off white, don’t have a specific mfr. number though.
Date Posted: 21-Jul-16

Question: Love this plan. See stairs to basement. Do you have basement plan ? Possible walkout back to slope to river?
Answer: We do not have anything designed for the lower level. Its wide open though. Walkout is more than feasible.
Date Posted: 15-Jul-16

Question: What is the sq footage of the basement for the house plan?
Answer: It mirrors the first level. So it’s the same.
Date Posted: 31-May-16

Question: Does this house have any guttering? We love this house.we are very interested.
Answer: No guttering is shown on our plans. Although it is easily added ‘post construction’.
Date Posted: 13-Apr-16

Question: Just wandering if there are rooms above the main floor or storage.
Answer: There is lots of storage via pull down stairs.
Date Posted: 12-Apr-16

Question: By going with 6" exterior walls - how drastic would this reduce total living area for this plan ? Could you describe or show me the roof pitch for each section of this plan ? I'm thinking about using SIP Panels to build and cannot visualize how the interior roof design would be. Would you be able to email me this plan to show my SIP Panel guy so he can quote me what all his panels would cost me . Thanks in advance.
Answer: 6” walls would reduce interior space by 2” where ever there is an exterior wall. The pitch of the roof is 8:12. We can offer you a study set of this plan for $795. it is commonly used for bidding and estimating only.
Date Posted: 05-Apr-16

Question: What are the sizes for the french doors in the home?
Answer: The 3 on the Lanai are 2-3080’s and the one from the 2 in the Study are 2-2680’s.
Date Posted: 09-Mar-16

Question: We purchased this home plan from you guys and were wondering if you could tell us what the outdoor colors were used for this picture on the website? Also, the brick color if possible. We are getting to this stage and would really like to replicate the house you have on the website. Thank you
Answer: I wish there was an easy answer to this question, but there isn’t. The only way to get the paint color right is to use a color wheel from someone like a Sherwin Williams, and then create samples on site on the actual material to be used. Brick and stone must be acquired from local yards and there is no standard color system available.
Date Posted: 31-Dec-15

Question: What are the roof pitches for gable ends over the garage, front and back porches?
Answer: 8:12
Date Posted: 07-Dec-15

Question: What is the ceiling heights of the front and back porch
Answer: 10’ each.
Date Posted: 15-Sep-15

Question: has this house been built yet and is their pictures
Answer: No pics yet.
Date Posted: 01-Jun-15

Question: What type sideing is used on this house. It doesn't look like normal lap siding
Answer: There is a mixture of lap siding and shakes.
Date Posted: 08-May-15

Question: Are there any photos of this house? inside and/or outside where it has actually been built.
Answer: Not yet.
Date Posted: 29-Apr-15

Question: What is the color paint on this house. I bought the plan and would like the same color.
Answer: I’d call it a Sherwin Williams SW-6451 “Nurture Green”. But you must check the color on site with the materials you intend to put it on. All paints act differently on different materials.
Date Posted: 27-Apr-15

Question: What are measurements for the 3 car garage option, total height & width, does it include 3 single doors or 1 double and 1 single
Answer: 3 single doors. The third bay is 12’ x 22’ – 9’ clg.
Date Posted: 17-Mar-15

Question: Also, How big is the master bath shower?
Answer: 44”x52” with a seat that is roughly 30”x30” in addition to that.
Date Posted: 23-Feb-15

Question: How big is the pantry?
Answer: 4’x4’
Date Posted: 17-Feb-15

Question: Does the 3-car garage expand the width or depth of the house? If width, how does it change the pitch of the roof?
Answer: A third car garage will expand the width if it is front loaded. Roof pitch would not change, but the ridge would be higher.
Date Posted: 09-Feb-15

Question: Thank you for your response. I also need to know how large the foyer is.
Answer: 6’ wide x 9’-8” deep
Date Posted: 27-Jan-15

Question: Need to know the sizes to each walk in closet in the two smaller bedrooms
Answer: 5x5 each
Date Posted: 27-Jan-15

Question: Need to know the sizes to each walk in closet in the two smaller bedrooms
Answer: 5x5 each
Date Posted: 26-Jan-15

Question: need to know size of master bathroom, other bathroom, walkin closets in back bedroom and size of stair to basement area. *can you send the floor plan with out the basement stairs?
Answer: Master Bath – 14-0 x 7-8
Bath 2 – 5-0 x 8-6
WIC(left) – 5-0 x 8-8
WIC(right) – 3-4 x 8-8
Stair area = 8-0 x 8-0 (There is an optional powder bath drawn for this area)

Date Posted: 23-Jan-15

Question: What are the dimensions of the master bedroom closets?
Answer: left = 5’x8’-8”
right = 3’-4” x 8’-8”

Date Posted: 14-Nov-14

Question: Where would the hv/ac and water heater be located in a slab foundation?
Answer: attic.
Date Posted: 12-Nov-14

Question: Hi. Could the basement also be entered to the steps from the outside by putting a door there?
Answer: Probably, yes.
Date Posted: 13-Oct-14

Question: Any pictures of the inside? After looking at MANY plans, this plan is leading for our retirement home. Would like to get green siding and brick information.
Answer: Unfortunately not yet.
Date Posted: 24-Sep-14

Question: Is there attic access, and could it be used as a bonus room?
Answer: There could be, with some slight mods to the rear over the stair to the basement.
Date Posted: 26-Aug-14

Question: Is the family room a cathedral or vaulted ceiling - what is the height. Thanks
Answer: It is detailed as an 11’ flat ceiling, but could easily be modified in the field to be vaulted or stepped, etc.
Date Posted: 23-Jul-14

Question: What is the size of the second bathroom on the house 75137? Love this plan
Answer: 5’ wide x 8’-6” long
Date Posted: 04-Jun-14


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  • Total Living Area: 1879
  • Main Living Area: 1879
  • Garage Area: 573
  • Garage Type: Attached
  • Garage Bays: 2
  • House Width: 78'11
  • House Depth: 57'11
  • Number of Stories: 1
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Full Baths: 2
  • Max Ridge Height: 24'11 from Front Door Floor Level
  • Primary Roof Pitch: 8:12
  • Roof Load: 20 psf
  • Roof Framing: Stick
  • Porch: 644 sq ft
  • FirePlace: Yes
  • 1st Floor Master: Yes
  • Main Ceiling Height: 10'

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    Previous Ask The Designer Q & A

    Question: What is the size of the shower, tub and vanity in the master bathroom?
    Answer: Shower is 44x52 not including the seat area(about 2’x2’). Tub is 42x72 Vanity is 6’-9” long.
    Date Posted: 12-Feb-19

    Question: Is there any way I can get the other 2 bedroom closet dimensions too please
    Answer: Both are 5-0 x 4-9.
    Date Posted: 12-Feb-19

    Question: But are there door closing the bathroom off from the bedroom? I see the closet doors but am concerned about early morning bathroom light waking my husband?
    Answer: While we don’t show one, a door could be added to our plan very easily.
    Date Posted: 12-Feb-19

    Question: Do you have the dimensions of the closets and pantry thanks.
    Answer: Wic’s = 5-0 x 8-8 and 3-4 x 8-8 Pantry = 3-8 x 3-8
    Date Posted: 12-Feb-19

    Question: Is there a door between master bath/closet & bedroom?
    Answer: The doors are facing the hallway between the bedroom and bath.
    Date Posted: 12-Feb-19

    Question: What is in place of the basement stairs on a crawl space foundation plan? Also, is the pdf file released to print copies for our contractor? Thank you!
    Answer: That can either become a powder bath, we have an option for that attached to the plans, or it could become storage. The Construction PDF comes with the rights to reproduce plans, the bid/study set does not.
    Date Posted: 28-Jan-19

    Question: Does the basement plan include roughed in plumbing? What is in the basement plan? Do you have a walkout basement plan?
    Answer: The basement is purely for foundation, no plumbing roughs shown. We do have a walk out.
    Date Posted: 10-Dec-18

    Question: Hi, Where's the water heater? Can a house with a slab foundation still have an unfinished, partial basement (used primarily for mechanical storage, ie: furnance, electrical box, etc.)?
    Answer: That depends on what type of water heater you use. A tankless can go on any outside wall or in the attic. A 40 gallon tank can go in the garage or the attic with a drain pan. A partial concrete basement is definitely possible.
    Date Posted: 06-Dec-18

    Question: Hello, Very interested in this plan but looking for prints with room dimensions, sizing and more detail in the layout if possible. Looking to get some builders to give us an better or closer cost estimate and buy the plans from you guys once we find a contractor for it. thanks megan
    Answer: We don’t have anything that we can send you that has more info on room sizes other than the artwork on the website. However if you want to send a list of items you would like to know the size of, we can get that specifically for you.
    Date Posted: 29-Oct-18

    Question: What is the size of the garage opening?
    Answer: 9-0x7-0
    Date Posted: 08-Oct-18

    Question: 1) How large is the closet across from the Utility/Laundry room? 2) What does the line across the back of the garage represent? 3) Is it possible to have a side entrance into the garage instead of the front entrance?
    Answer: 1) 4’x2’ 2) A wheelstop 3) Yes, it would be a modification.
    Date Posted: 31-Aug-18

    Question: What size is the kitchen island? And what is the total length from the kitchen outside wall to the end of the nook? Thanks!
    Answer: Island is 4’x8’-3” Kitchen/Nook is 11’x27’
    Date Posted: 11-Jul-18

    Question: Could the attic be made into livable space, such as a bedroom with a bath, and if so, and can the existing stairs to the basement be converted into stairs into the attic.
    Answer: It is certainly possible.
    Date Posted: 05-Jul-18

    Question: How is the attic accessed, and how much space does it have?
    Answer: Via pull down stairs in the hallway off the secondary bedrooms. There is a good deal of attic space, around 800+ SF useable.
    Date Posted: 13-Jun-18

    Question: I was wandering if it has an attic?
    Answer: Yes, lots.
    Date Posted: 21-May-18

    Question: What is the size of the area where the stairs are, we want to build on slab no basement and want to put the ac/heating there?
    Answer: It's plenty big enough to accommodate a vertical unit and water heater.
    Date Posted: 09-Jan-18

    Question: Wanted to build this on slab. Can furnace and water heater fit where basement stairs are located? Also, what are the sizes of sic in master. Love this plan.
    Answer: The water heater could go where the stair is. I’d put the furnace in the attic for the sake of a central location for your duct runs. The WIC’s are 8’-8” wide each. the one on the left is 5’ deep and the right one is 3’-4” deep (clear).
    Date Posted: 04-Jan-18

    Question: Do you have any photos of the interior, Ceiling height, etc. We would love to have this home with Bonus space above the garage, and above the living area, kitchen, or bedrooms. Would this be possible? Also, If we wanted to extend the right side of the house (where the bedrooms are) by 2 feet, would this be possible?
    Answer: No interior photos yet, sorry. The bonus space is possible, but would take some slight modifications. Mods are possible on the bedroom side as well. Contact FamilyHomePlans for a quote.
    Date Posted: 07-Aug-17

    Question: What is the height from the floor to the top of the windows from inside?
    Answer: 8’-0”
    Date Posted: 31-Jul-17

    Question: How big is utility room
    Answer: 8-0 x 6-5
    Date Posted: 17-Jul-17

    Question: Love the design and thinking that went into this. When you give the measurements of the garage, is that an interior measurement, from sheetrock or from 2 x4? I get 548 sq. ft. as the interior sq. footage, 625 sq. ft if the base walls are 9.5" thick for brick 2 x 4 framing. I want to be sure that this plan can fit on my lot. Thank you.
    Answer: The measurements shown on the plan are clear inside dimensions. The square footage however, is figured to the outside face of the stud wall.
    Date Posted: 18-Apr-17

    Question: are the roof brackets custom made or are they a common size (polyurethane)?
    Answer: Custom made from dimensional lumber. Not hard.
    Date Posted: 13-Mar-17

    Question: We live in Hawaii where it rains a lot. How wide are the eaves? Is it possible to modify plan to widen the eaves? Is it possible to have a metal roof with this design. Most roofs in Hawaii are metal. Who manufactures the green shingles on the siding? Can we order plans for the ceiling to have a lid rather than vaulted in all the rooms? Could we use the attic as storage? What kind of ladder would there be to gain access to the attic? Could it be the pull down stairs in the area of the stairs that would ordinarily go to the basement? We would build a perimeter foundation (crawl space). Thank you.
    Answer: Eaves are 2’-6” standard and 1’-6” on the rake ends. Yes, could be modified. Metal roof is no problem. Its just a material change. I don’t know what a “lid ceiling” is, would have to be a modification. There is attic storage via pull down stairs in the hall by the bedrooms. Don’t think there is enough head room to do a pull down where the basement stairs are without modifications.
    Date Posted: 13-Feb-17

    Question: Since this is a Craftsman home we want to do it with doors, windows & trim authentic to the period. Do the plans come with a schedule of where you can buy the doors, windows and interior & exterior trim? Also, if we decide to do a perimeter foundation do you have the specific plan for that?
    Answer: We do not specify manufacturers for doors, windows or trim. They need to be selected based on your geographic/climate/thermal needs. We do provide a crawlspace foundation which shows a perimeter block wall foundation with interior piers.
    Date Posted: 09-Feb-17

    Question: I notice there is an attic area in the pictures. Are there or can stairs be added to the upper area? If there is room it would be a great art studio.
    Answer: It is possible. Ask FamilyHomePlans.com to quote that as a modification.
    Date Posted: 03-Feb-17

    Question: Is there enough pitch in the roof to forego the basement stairs and access the attic for a bonus room instead?
    Answer: Its possible. The roof would need to be modified over the stair though.
    Date Posted: 28-Nov-16

    Question: What are the ceiling heights in this home?
    Answer: 10’ everywhere except family which is 11’, and utility is 9’.
    Date Posted: 20-Oct-16

    Question: Is the house in the picture sitting higher then the garage? I would be building on a slab and don't know how it would look if the are the same level.
    Answer: The garage floor actually sits slightly lower than the house (4-6” lower). You could modify the floor levels without much trouble.
    Date Posted: 29-Sep-16

    Question: What color of (green) is used here for the exterior? I've ordered the original building cost for this plan on my old email address, no longer valid, at Deltamosko@embarqmail.com but I didn't see an example of the depicted exterior color of green.
    Answer: There’s no universal color system to refer to. You would have to match with the paint manufacturer using their color wheels.
    Date Posted: 01-Sep-16

    Question: If we were to add 4FT to the right side of the house plans where the bedrooms are located, how much does the total living area become?
    Answer: 4’ x 54’ = +216 SF or 2095 SF total.
    Date Posted: 30-Aug-16

    Question: is there a vaulted ceiling in the great room?
    Answer: We show it flat at 11’, but it could easily be vaulted.
    Date Posted: 30-Aug-16

    Question: Is there room above the main floor to possibly add bonus space?
    Answer: There is enough attic. Getting a stair in is tricky.
    Date Posted: 25-Aug-16

    Question: What would the highest point of the ceiling be if the family room was vaulted.
    Answer: about 15’-16’
    Date Posted: 24-Aug-16

    Question: Where is the pull down stairs to upper storage located? Is there is any updated photos for the interior? Lastly is trim colour white or cream and is it from Sherwin Williams? Thank you.
    Answer: There is a pull down stair in the hallway to the secondary bedrooms as well as in the garage. No photos yet. I would use an off white, don’t have a specific mfr. number though.
    Date Posted: 21-Jul-16

    Question: Love this plan. See stairs to basement. Do you have basement plan ? Possible walkout back to slope to river?
    Answer: We do not have anything designed for the lower level. Its wide open though. Walkout is more than feasible.
    Date Posted: 15-Jul-16

    Question: What is the sq footage of the basement for the house plan?
    Answer: It mirrors the first level. So it’s the same.
    Date Posted: 31-May-16

    Question: Does this house have any guttering? We love this house.we are very interested.
    Answer: No guttering is shown on our plans. Although it is easily added ‘post construction’.
    Date Posted: 13-Apr-16

    Question: Just wandering if there are rooms above the main floor or storage.
    Answer: There is lots of storage via pull down stairs.
    Date Posted: 12-Apr-16

    Question: By going with 6" exterior walls - how drastic would this reduce total living area for this plan ? Could you describe or show me the roof pitch for each section of this plan ? I'm thinking about using SIP Panels to build and cannot visualize how the interior roof design would be. Would you be able to email me this plan to show my SIP Panel guy so he can quote me what all his panels would cost me . Thanks in advance.
    Answer: 6” walls would reduce interior space by 2” where ever there is an exterior wall. The pitch of the roof is 8:12. We can offer you a study set of this plan for $795. it is commonly used for bidding and estimating only.
    Date Posted: 05-Apr-16

    Question: What are the sizes for the french doors in the home?
    Answer: The 3 on the Lanai are 2-3080’s and the one from the 2 in the Study are 2-2680’s.
    Date Posted: 09-Mar-16

    Question: We purchased this home plan from you guys and were wondering if you could tell us what the outdoor colors were used for this picture on the website? Also, the brick color if possible. We are getting to this stage and would really like to replicate the house you have on the website. Thank you
    Answer: I wish there was an easy answer to this question, but there isn’t. The only way to get the paint color right is to use a color wheel from someone like a Sherwin Williams, and then create samples on site on the actual material to be used. Brick and stone must be acquired from local yards and there is no standard color system available.
    Date Posted: 31-Dec-15

    Question: What are the roof pitches for gable ends over the garage, front and back porches?
    Answer: 8:12
    Date Posted: 07-Dec-15

    Question: What is the ceiling heights of the front and back porch
    Answer: 10’ each.
    Date Posted: 15-Sep-15

    Question: has this house been built yet and is their pictures
    Answer: No pics yet.
    Date Posted: 01-Jun-15

    Question: What type sideing is used on this house. It doesn't look like normal lap siding
    Answer: There is a mixture of lap siding and shakes.
    Date Posted: 08-May-15

    Question: Are there any photos of this house? inside and/or outside where it has actually been built.
    Answer: Not yet.
    Date Posted: 29-Apr-15

    Question: What is the color paint on this house. I bought the plan and would like the same color.
    Answer: I’d call it a Sherwin Williams SW-6451 “Nurture Green”. But you must check the color on site with the materials you intend to put it on. All paints act differently on different materials.
    Date Posted: 27-Apr-15

    Question: What are measurements for the 3 car garage option, total height & width, does it include 3 single doors or 1 double and 1 single
    Answer: 3 single doors. The third bay is 12’ x 22’ – 9’ clg.
    Date Posted: 17-Mar-15

    Question: Also, How big is the master bath shower?
    Answer: 44”x52” with a seat that is roughly 30”x30” in addition to that.
    Date Posted: 23-Feb-15

    Question: How big is the pantry?
    Answer: 4’x4’
    Date Posted: 17-Feb-15

    Question: Does the 3-car garage expand the width or depth of the house? If width, how does it change the pitch of the roof?
    Answer: A third car garage will expand the width if it is front loaded. Roof pitch would not change, but the ridge would be higher.
    Date Posted: 09-Feb-15

    Question: Thank you for your response. I also need to know how large the foyer is.
    Answer: 6’ wide x 9’-8” deep
    Date Posted: 27-Jan-15

    Question: Need to know the sizes to each walk in closet in the two smaller bedrooms
    Answer: 5x5 each
    Date Posted: 27-Jan-15

    Question: Need to know the sizes to each walk in closet in the two smaller bedrooms
    Answer: 5x5 each
    Date Posted: 26-Jan-15

    Question: need to know size of master bathroom, other bathroom, walkin closets in back bedroom and size of stair to basement area. *can you send the floor plan with out the basement stairs?
    Answer: Master Bath – 14-0 x 7-8
    Bath 2 – 5-0 x 8-6
    WIC(left) – 5-0 x 8-8
    WIC(right) – 3-4 x 8-8
    Stair area = 8-0 x 8-0 (There is an optional powder bath drawn for this area)

    Date Posted: 23-Jan-15

    Question: What are the dimensions of the master bedroom closets?
    Answer: left = 5’x8’-8”
    right = 3’-4” x 8’-8”

    Date Posted: 14-Nov-14

    Question: Where would the hv/ac and water heater be located in a slab foundation?
    Answer: attic.
    Date Posted: 12-Nov-14

    Question: Hi. Could the basement also be entered to the steps from the outside by putting a door there?
    Answer: Probably, yes.
    Date Posted: 13-Oct-14

    Question: Any pictures of the inside? After looking at MANY plans, this plan is leading for our retirement home. Would like to get green siding and brick information.
    Answer: Unfortunately not yet.
    Date Posted: 24-Sep-14

    Question: Is there attic access, and could it be used as a bonus room?
    Answer: There could be, with some slight mods to the rear over the stair to the basement.
    Date Posted: 26-Aug-14

    Question: Is the family room a cathedral or vaulted ceiling - what is the height. Thanks
    Answer: It is detailed as an 11’ flat ceiling, but could easily be modified in the field to be vaulted or stepped, etc.
    Date Posted: 23-Jul-14

    Question: What is the size of the second bathroom on the house 75137? Love this plan
    Answer: 5’ wide x 8’-6” long
    Date Posted: 04-Jun-14


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