|Order Code: 00WEB|
|Total Living Area:||2110 sq ft|
|Main Living Area:||2110 sq ft|
|Garage Area:||576 sq ft|
|Foundation Types:||Basement - * $466.00
Total Living Area may increase with Basement Foundation option.
|Number of Stories:||1|
|Max Ridge Height:||16'0 from Front Door Floor Level|
|Primary Roof Pitch:||1:12|
|Roof Load:||25 psf|
|Porch:||47 sq ft|
|Main Ceiling Height:||9'|
Modern / Contemporary House Plan 81224 at Family Home Plans has 2110 sq. ft. and Three BedroomsCould this be your forever home? When you glimpse the blueprints, you’ll see just what we mean. This contemporary home is just as versatile as it is stylish. To start, this home is single level, which makes it perfect for empty nesters or people who plan to age in place. Yet the design means that it’s perfectly possible to comfortably raise a family in this home, too. With wide open spaces and an enormous rear patio, this home could be a vacation home—or it could be the home you spend your life in, letting you feel like you’re always on vacation! Step through the front door and into the vaulted great room, and you’ll immediately feel the sense of relaxation this home was designed to give you. Windows along the back and sides of this space give you a clear view of the beautiful landscape you’ve created. It’s an inviting space, one that will tempt you to settle into an armchair and enjoy the view. Display shelves give you the perfect spot to show off family photos or the treasures you’ve collected over the years, and the fireplace on one wall will keep you feeling warm and cozy when the snows start to fall in the winter. In the summer, though, you won’t be able to resist slipping out to the back patio. Like the rest of the home, this is a versatile space that will let you do whatever it is you’ve always wanted to do with an outdoor living space. Perhaps a pool is what you want, and if so, there is plenty of room here, plus plenty of seclusion. This space could also become an outdoor kitchen, or it could simply be the outdoor haven that you retreat to when you need an escape. Speaking of retreats, the master bedroom may end up being your favorite place to escape. Windows here give you the same beautiful view as the living space, and sliding doors provide access to the back patio. A walk-in closet is easily accessible so that you can slip in to change into a bathing suit, evening attire or whatever outfit suits the occasion. Within the master bath, a beautifully designed tiled shower lets you refresh yourself—with dual shower heads so you can enjoy the sensation of rainfall. Too, there is a spa tub for when you’d prefer a warm bath to relax. The design is not without a practical side. The first thing you’ll notice between the garage and the foyer is a mudroom that doubles as a laundry area. It’s a useful space that lets you confine the mess from outdoors while helping you tend to laundry and other day-to-day chores. A walk-in pantry off the kitchen provides the room you need to store dry goods, and linen closets keep things like towels and tablecloths organized. Two additional bedrooms can serve a variety of purposes. The kids will love them if you’re planning a family, and if not, then these spaces make ideal guest rooms when you have friends come to visit. Other possibilities include home office space, a studio or a comfortable den where you can spend quiet evenings reading—the choice is yours!
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A: Thanks for the question - we measure sqft to exterior walls, per industry standard. To help answer your question - "what am I missing?" - I notice in your estimations that you guess 30x20 for the living room wing, but the living/dining alone is 27'-2", without the kitchen. Thats actually a 10ft discrepancy, its actually 40x20 including the kitchen. For your 40x25 estimate of the second wing, the Master Bedroom (20ft) and two 11ft bedrooms already exceeds the 40ft estimate without including the bathroom or the bedroom closets that are between the bedrooms (or the walls).... I think those are what threw you off. The Foyer is 6' x 8', just for added info. If you adjusted your estimates to 40x20, 50x25, and 6x8, you'd be much closer to the calculated total. Hope that helps clarify where the calculation comes from
A: The roof pitch is 1/12 and the roof is a metal/standing seam roof.
A: All of our plans are designed for 25lbs of snow.
A: The ceiling in the great room vaults from 11' at the kitchen to 14'-5" at the left end of the great room. (5) 5-1/8"x16-1/2" 32' in length GluLam Beams spaced 8'-0" +/- run front to back and are exposed. Engineered rafters are 14" for a 25 psf snow load. The same roof/ceiling framing elements are specified throughout the house. Ducts run through the crawlspace. Hopefully, this information is helpful.
A: The plans call for horizontal lap siding, and stone veneer. The roof is "Standing seam metal roof".
A: Good Afternoon The stone on the fireplace is stone veneer. The outside siding is horizontal lap siding. The headers are just any sort of trim work that you choose. It could be hardie trim or cedar trim. Roof is a standing seam metal roof. . Hope that helps.
A: This is what our IT person said about your customer's question: https://www.chiefarchitect.com/support/article/KB-00170/using-cad-to-walls-from-an-imported-dwg-dxf.html As that page indicates, the customer would import our 2D drawings/line work for reference, and then use Chief Architect’s 3D tools to create a 3D version of them, so it is going to require a certain level of proficiency on the part of the end-user with that software. The dwg file format from AutoCAD is compatible, though. We could always send them a test drawing in advance; like maybe a single page of the CAD file, for example.
A: Hello - The kitchen is not included in the living/dining room. The kitchen is measured from the edge of the island to the back wall of the oven at 13'11". The depth is from the back wall of the stove to the edge of the oven wall 11'6". These dimensions are approximate. Thank you
A: Hello - When we do have interior photos of our plans we showcase those on our website. Unfortunately, for this plan we do not. Thank you!
A: If you would like to purchase the multi-use license, you would need to purchase the CAD file which is $2,682. That would allow you to build the home as many times as you need. We also include PDF's along with the CAD drawings.
A: We don't have any interior photos of this house. The HVAC is located in the garage. We don't typically show that on the renderings.
A: Hello - All of our plans are designed for 25# of snow. You will need to take the plan to a local engineer to have them modify the roof snow load to match what your local area requires. Thank you!
A: All of the doors are 8'.
A: Yes, they are structural. But you could box them in if you don't want them exposed.
A: Hello - The Liv/Din ceiling vaults to 14' 5". The Master bedroom vaults to 11' 1".
A: Yes you can! Please click the "Modifications" tab above to get more information.
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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