One Story Traditional Home Plan with 3 Beds and 3 Baths in 1800 sq ft of Living Space
This delightful 1,800 sq. ft. plan is offered in two very distinct elevations. A quaint siding version is reminiscent of arts and crafts styling. While a brick and siding version is a little more traditional. The side entry garage offers parking for 3 cars or 2 cars and an ATV, lawn tractor, golf cart…the possibilities are endless! A covered front porch welcomes you home. Once inside, an incredible 16’x22’1” family room flows into an eating nook and kitchen perfect for entertaining. Off the kitchen is a flexible room which could be a home office, dining room or guest room…you decide! Easily accessible from this area is a full bath and spacious laundry room. Hidden in a private corner of this home is a roomy master suite with a sitting area. Other amenities are his-and-hers closets and a master bath with garden tub, shower and double sink vanity. The master suite has its’ own entrance to a screen porch which is also accessible from the family room. What a great place for coffee and the morning paper! Two additional bedrooms on the opposite end of the house share a Jack-and-Jill bath and have an abundance of closet space. The 503 sq. ft. bonus room over the 3-car garage is truly a bonus! Once again, this space offers unlimited potential for any number of uses/
1800 Total Living Area 1800 Main Level 503 Bonus Area 3 Bedrooms 3 Full Baths 3 Car Garage 63' W x 73' D
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Q:How is the material list done? Meaning, I am wanting to show it to my builder and possible make a few alterations such as make the garage smaller. Is it listed by room or just overall material. Also, is there a window and door schedule?
A:The plans do have a window and door schedule. The material list is not broken out by room. But rather categorized by main floor, second floor, garage etc..
Date Posted: 02-Sep-20
Q:What are the window sizes on the front of the house?
A:Window sizes are in nominal dimensions
Bedroom 3 – 54”x52”
Dining – 54”x52”
Garage – 54”x58”
Garage – 28”x52”
Date Posted: 12-Nov-19
Q:How tall is the ceiling in the bonus room above the garage?
A:8’- ceiling in the bonus
Date Posted: 23-Oct-18
Q:Hi. On the basement plans that were attached there are several dotted lines going across the basement. Are those walls or what do those represent?
A:Those are the location of the beams at the floor system for the main level.
Date Posted: 20-Aug-18
Q:What are the dimensions of the eating area in the kitchen?
Date Posted: 24-Apr-18
Q:Would like to see a plan where stairs would be placed for a basement.
A:Floor plan option for the basement version is already shown on the website.
Date Posted: 12-Mar-18
Q:Is there any alternative to square the wall between the kitchen and master? Also, I would like to see a sketch of a rear view if this house is built on a basement foundation.
A:The rendering on the website of the rear is the same for the basement. Basement option is not a walkout.
Client will need the plans modified for squaring up of the kitchen and master. Master needs to shift back to square up.
Date Posted: 24-Aug-17
Q:What is the square footage of the bonus room over the garage. Can it be used for living space, or is just like attic storage? Is there any more attic space in the house?
A:Bonus room is 503 sq.ft. and it can be used for living area. There is no other attic space designed in the plan.
Date Posted: 11-Jul-17
Q:We are interested in this plan but would like it with a basement foundation. We are just wondering what the floor plan would look like with the stairs to the basement and where would they be? Thank you!
A:The second floor plan on the website shows the basement stair optional layout.
Date Posted: 27-Jun-17
Q:what is the size of the bath near the laundry room and what size is the laundry room. Thanks
A:Bath by the laundry is 7.5x5
Date Posted: 27-Jun-17
Q:Where is the furnace, water heater/softener located? Also is mechanical included in the drawings?
A:Plumbing and HVAC are not included. Mechanicals are not specifically located. They can go either in the garage, attic, or crawl space if applicable.
Date Posted: 27-Mar-17
Q:Is there under stair storage space that could be used as a pantry?
A:There is storage but it can only be accessed from the garage.
Date Posted: 14-Sep-16
Q:What is sqft for cabinets and counter tops?
A:Here is a breakdown on the cabinet ln.ft.
Qty U/M Desc
19.5 Lin Ft Kitchen Wall Cabinets
22.5 Lin Ft Kitchen Base Cabinets
7 Lin Ft Snack Bar
5 Lin Ft Utility Wall Cabinets
14.5 Lin Ft Vanity Base Cabinets
Date Posted: 08-Aug-16
Q:How tall is the ceiling in the garage?
A:The clg in the garage is set at 8ft above the house floor elevation. So depending on where they set the final grade/garage slab, will determine overall garage clg hght. As drawn with the raised house scenario, the clg hght is about 10’-6” (with the garage floor set 2’-6” below the house floor elevation).
Date Posted: 19-Jul-16
Q:How big is the basement? And is there any rooms in the bssement plan or is it just an open space?
A:Basement follows the main level as for size. The basement plan is left unfinished with some required bearing restrictions.
Date Posted: 30-Nov-15
Q:What size kitchen cabinets fit?
A:I regret that I do not understand the question. Please provide more information as to what specifically is being looked at for the kitchen cabinets.
Date Posted: 09-Nov-15
Q:What are the closet sizes in the master suite? What is the size of the pass through from the kitchen to dinning room?
Q:Do the plans include electrical and plumbing pages?
A:Electrical yes, plumbing no.
Date Posted: 29-May-15
Q:What is the exterior color?
A:There is no official manufacturer color code. It is simply chosen from a standard color pallet.
Date Posted: 27-Apr-15
Q:What is the dimensions of the Jack N Jill Bath room
A:J-n-J bath: 5-6 x 13-2 +
Date Posted: 06-Feb-15
Q:Can you tell me where the pantry is located please?
A:There is no pantry.
Date Posted: 12-Jan-15
Q:Does the 1800sqft include the bonus room or is that an addition 503sqft?
A:The 1800 sq.ft. does not include the bonus level.
Date Posted: 08-Dec-14
Q:Can I have the exact dimensions of both walls of the kitchen and island area and how much does the island angle, along with angle after the refrigerator? Seems like a odd layout. Is it a spacious kitchen?
A:Island has 3’-0” where the sink is and 2’-3” where the dishwasher is. The angled island is angled at 45deg. The dining room/kitchen common wall is 11’-0” long. The fridge location is 3’-6”. And the master/kitchen common wall is 7’-6”
Date Posted: 22-Sep-14
Q:how big are the bathrooms and the utility room. Also would like to know if the island can be made bigger for a eating bar. Thanks
A:Master bath: 9’-5” x 8’-6”
Bath 2: 7’-2”x 5’-0”
Bath 3: 7’-10” 5’-0”
Utility: 7’-2” x 5’-2”
Island currently has an overhang for 2 to sit at. To lengthen the island they would need to expand to the right side and close off that specific opening to the eating..
Date Posted: 15-Aug-14
Q:How long is the wall separating the eating and sitting areas?
A:Wall is about 15ft long.
Date Posted: 01-Apr-14
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