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Q:Is there a house plan like this 69020 but bigger? 2100ish sq ft?
We have a similar plan put it is a different plan number.
Look up Plan #69004. It has about 2,600 Sq. Ft. but you can always modify the plan to the right square footage you are looking for.
Date Posted: 20-Dec-19
Q:Does this home have a bonus room Upstairs?
A:This plan specifies roof trusses and therefore there is no bonus room as designed. Modified trusses with a change to the stair arrangement could allow for a second level though.
Date Posted: 26-Mar-19
Q:Hi, are any of the dormers in this model open to the first floor as in the four bedroom version of this plan?
A:There is not. These dormers are for the attic space.
Date Posted: 11-Feb-19
Q:How far does the breakfast area extend beyond the back wall of the house...
A:The Breakfast Area is 8’-4” deep and 12’-0” wide. The Hearth Room is 7’-8” deep and 12’-0” wide.
Date Posted: 11-Feb-19
Q:What is the height in the attic? Can a bonus room be there if I can design a stairway to get there. Thanks,Rob
A:The ridge height for this house is a little over 23’ above the first floor. The first floor has 9’ ceilings supported by trusses having a top cord (roof) slope of 8/12. With stick framing or modified trusses and not changing the exterior appearance of the house there would be sufficient room for a second level, except over the great room due to the 5/12 vaulted ceiling in that area. Two of the three dormers could be used for natural lighting. The front to back dimension of the second floor 8’ ceiling would be limited to about 11’ but the floor dimension could be approximately 20’ assuming 4’ pony walls in front and back.
Date Posted: 27-Sep-18
Q:Can you verify the footage information? I does not appear to add up. thanks
A:Thank you for your inquiry.
The square footage shows the heated and cooled living space as 1944. This does not include the garage or porches.
Date Posted: 15-May-17
Q:What is the measurement of the Covered Patio? Is there a large attic for storage and are the dormers just for looks? How wide does the porch measure?
A:The covered patio measures 18’ X 10 ½’ and the front porch is 7 ½’ wide while the side porches are just under 6’ wide. The dormers are decorative and the attic is quite large but made up of trusses placed every 2’-0” on center.
Date Posted: 19-Jan-17
Q:if the wall between the Great Room and kitchen is removed, how does the ceiling in the kitchen look?
A:Thank you for contacting us.
The ceiling in the kitchen would look the same – it would be a flat ceiling and then the vault would begin where the wall was previously located. The scissor truss ends at that wall so additional support may be needed if the wall is removed.
Date Posted: 09-Jul-16
Q:Hi. I understand that this is a 1-story home and that the Great Room has a vaulted ceiling. But, does the rest of the house have vaulted ceilings as well or is there attic space behind the dormer windows. Thanks.
A:The Great Room is the only room with a vaulted ceiling. You are correct about the dormers, they are not active and are in the attic space.
Date Posted: 25-Aug-14
Q:Is there already a floor plan for this exact house/plan as a four bedroom instead of a three bedroom? Or would I need to request that? Thanks
A:Yes, there is a 4 bed option for this home- 69004
Date Posted: 02-Jan-14
Q:Hello, I want to find out if the walls in the great room (near entryway and kitchen) are load-bearing walls?
A:The wall between the great room and kitchen/hall/entry is non-load bearing.
Date Posted: 11-Jul-13
Q:The two walls on the left side of the great room (adjoining walls to kitchen/entry) - are they load bearing walls?
A:This plan has pre-engineered roof trusses, so there will be no interior bearing other than the steel I-beam in the basement to carry the load from the floor joists. Thanks.
Date Posted: 08-Jul-13
Q:Is there any room up stairs? I see dormer window. Thanks, John
A:Unfortunately, there is no attic space in this home plan. The dormers are just for aesthetics. Thanks.
Date Posted: 29-Apr-13
Q:could you please tell me how big the laundry room is and the entry way/foyer. Also can this home be a 2 story home?
A:Below are the room dimensions you requested. The standard plan does not show a 2nd floor, but the plans could be modified by a local architect or engineer using one of our reproducible plan options (reproducible master, PDF file or CAD package).
Laundry Room = 8’-0”x6’-11”
Entry = 7’-10”x12’-3” (including the closet)
Date Posted: 09-Feb-12
Q:could you tell me how big the laundry room and the entry would be? Also, would you have pictures of the inside? Thank you.
A:The entry is 7’-10”x8’-7”
The laundry room is 8’-0”x6’-11”
Date Posted: 07-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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