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Previous Questions and Answers
Q:Does this same house come slightly larger. Bigger mud room. Water closet for master toilet?
A:Sorry, we don't have a different version. Please contact us for a modification quote.
Date Posted: 03-Jun-19
Q:Is the door to the basement at the top of the stairs? Is the wall going down the stairs solid. If not can these be changed.
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A:The is not a door leading down to the basement. The thick black line is wall but in between there is a railing.
The customer can have modifications done to make changes by their modification team. We do not make changes here.
Date Posted: 03-Jun-19
Q:How high are the vaulted ceilings in main room and master
A:The ceiling height in both rooms are 12’-6”. The main ceiling height is 8’-0”.
Date Posted: 04-Mar-19
Q:Can you tell me the measurements for the island please?
A:The island is 4’ – 8” top to bottom and 2’ - 9” side to side.
Date Posted: 12-Mar-18
Q:could you tell me where the measurements for the breakfast room start and stop? Do those measurements include any of the kitchen area?
A:The width measurement from the windows to the front of the pantry is 11’-5”.
The measurement from the front of the pantry to the entry is 9’-9”.
Date Posted: 01-Feb-18
Q:The garage is 19.8 wide.the great room is 16.4 wide the 3rd bedroom is 10 wide.all tited the hat comes to 46 feet where is the other 16 ffet
A:Here is a little more information.
Main Floor 1591
Total Heated Square Feet 1591
Unfinished Basement Lower Level 1591
Total Under Roof Square Feet 4081
All rooms have 9’ ceilings except the Great Room and the Master bedroom. They both have vaulted ceilings that start at 9’ and slope up at a 5/12 slope.
Date Posted: 24-Aug-17
Q:How may square feet is the garage? And how many square feet does the porches total?
A:The front porch is approximately 230 sq ft
The garage is 424 sq ft
The small front porch on the right of the home is 40 sq ft
The rear patio is 188 sq ft
Date Posted: 13-Jan-17
Q:What is the ceiling height in the kitchen? The plan looks like only the master bedroom and great room have higher ceilings.
A:All rooms have 9’ ceilings except the Great Room and the Master bedroom. They both have vaulted ceilings that start at 9’ and slope up at a 5/12 slope. The dormer is just a façade and not an actual skylight or window that can be seen from the inside.
Date Posted: 01-Oct-15
Q:What are the laundry room dimensions and is that from wall to wall or open space in front of closet and laundry? What are the dimensions of the porch off the master bedroom? Also dimensions of great room withour bar and staircase?
A:The dimensions of the laundry room are 6’-11”x 5’-6” from wall to wall. The porch off of the master bedroom is 10’ x 4½’. The great room’s dimensions are 20’-6” x 16’-3” of which the bar and the stairs take up about 3 1/2’ of the room’s length.
Date Posted: 16-Jun-15
Q:Can you make a second floor by u nvaulting the ceiling?
A:Yes, it would be possible to add a second floor to this design if the vaults were removed, the roof framing were changed to “stick” framing instead of trussed and a stair were added above the stair to the basement beginning where the wet bar is currently. The second floor area would be about 15’ x 34’assuming 5’ knee walls, front and back, leaving about 6’ width of flat ceiling (8’ above the floor) running along the 34’ dimension. If interested, they should pursue what it would cost to modify the drawings.
Date Posted: 08-Jun-15
Q:What are the dimensions of the laundry room?
A:The laundry room is 7’-2” x 5’-6 ½”
Date Posted: 01-May-15
Q:What area was this house designed for?
A:This home was designed by a designer located in the Midwest, but he designs homes for all areas of the United States. The plans we sell meet most National Codes (BOCA, Southern Building Code Congress and others). But, because national building codes change from area to area some drawings modifications and/or the assistance of a professional designer or architect may be necessary to meet all of your local codes. We advise you consult with a local building official for the specific codes in your area.
Date Posted: 30-Mar-15
Q:What are the bedroom sizes? Is kitchen open to family?
A:The kitchen is not open to the family/great room on this plan. The entry separates them. The bedroom sizes are below.
Mbr 15’-4” x 12’
Br2 10’ x 10’9”
Br3 11’-4” x 10’
Date Posted: 12-Feb-15
Q:Can you give me the dimensions of the bathrooms?
A:Below are the dimensions for the bathrooms.
Master bath 9’ x 7’ 10 ½”
Hall bath 9’ x 5’
Date Posted: 03-Feb-15
Q:Does this design come in 1400 square feet?
A:Unfortunately, we do not have this plan in the square footage that you are looking for. However, you could have the plan modified to fit your needs.
Date Posted: 15-Apr-14
Q:Is the shed dormer over the eating area actually a skylight. Thanks Sherie Scott
A:Thank you for your interest in our plans. Unfortunately, the dormer is just a façade and not an actual skylight or window that can be seen from the inside.
Date Posted: 14-Mar-14
Q:is there attic access and also attic space for storage
A:Unfortunately, there is no finished attic space in this home. The only access to the roof trusses are the 22”x30” scuttles in the garage and in the bedroom hallway. Thanks.
Date Posted: 11-Nov-13
Q:Are there pictures available of the house as built?
A:Unfortunately, we do not have any photos for plan no. 87811 available to view at this time.
Date Posted: 23-Feb-12
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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