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Q:Hi floor plan Country Style House Plan 41021 does not state size of bathrooms, utility room, hallway width etc. i want to modify but unsure how many ft due to missing sf info abo e
A:Master bath 10’-9” x 8’-0”
Master closet 6’-2” x 6’-2”
Utility rm 5’-8” x 8’-0”
Master hall 3’-0”
Date Posted: 22-Nov-19
Q:Does this plan meet the IRC and the Virginia building codes Doors going to the 1st floor full bath look small compared to the front door.
A:We are based in NY so we cannot comment on Virginia codes.
The front door is 36”. The bedroom and utility room doors are 30”. The bathroom doors are 24”
Date Posted: 22-Jan-19
Q:I would like to know how much would be for the framing on this plane #41021? Is this a concrete floor base house plane?
A:I am not sure what you are asking. You can choose one of three foundation types. Crawlspace, Basement or Slab on grade (concrete).
We do not provide estimates for construction.
Date Posted: 04-Jan-19
Q:Can we change the ceiling height to 9ft. Also, what is the height of the porch roof?
A:The porch roof is 8 feet.
If you raise the second floor you will need to add two risers to the stairs. You will need to push the second floor bath back to allow for the extra treads.
Date Posted: 01-May-17
Q:Is there a way to get exact dimensions of each room prior to ordering the plan? What do the dotted lines represent in the drawings?
A:The dotted line between the Great Room and the Kitchen represents the edge of the balcony above.
The dotted lines in the second floor plan represent where the ceiling angles down from 8 feet tall to about 5 feet tall
We cannot provide dimensions for every area prior to purchase.
Date Posted: 15-Nov-16
Q:What are the kitchen/dining room individual dimensions?
Master bath dimensions?
Utility room dimensions?
Here are our answers. They are approximate
Kitchen/dining 14’ x 18’
Dining 10 ‘ x 14’
Master Bath 8 x 10 – that can be larger if you rework the utility room
Utility 5’8 x 8’ without closet
Date Posted: 06-Feb-13
Q:Can I make modifications to this plan?
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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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