|Order Code: 00WEB|
Texas Hill Country Plan with Wrap Around Porch and Huge 3 Car Garage3 Bedroom Texas Farmhouse Plan 80801 has a metal roof, brick and rustic wood detail. A partial wrap porch and covered rear porch allow for outdoor entertaining. At 8' deep, you can set out the biggest adirondack chairs for relaxation. Rear porch dimensions are 20'2 x 15'2 for outdoor dining.
|Total Living Area:||2454 sq ft|
|Main Living Area:||2454 sq ft|
|Garage Area:||948 sq ft|
|Foundation Types:||Basement - * $395.00
Total Living Area may increase with Basement Foundation option.
Walkout Basement - * $395.00
Total Living Area may increase with Basement Foundation option.
2x6 - * $325.00
|Number of Stories:||1|
|Max Ridge Height:||26'0 from Front Door Floor Level|
|Primary Roof Pitch:||10:12|
|Roof Load:||30 psf|
|Porch:||756 sq ft|
|Main Ceiling Height:||10'|
NOTE: This plan can only be modified by designer.
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A: The walkout option will be the same with the exception of the rear wall being a wood framed wall to allow for doors and windows. The door/window configuration may be customized between you and your builder.
A: 9'-4" is the basement ceiling height.
A: A rear walkout basement option is available. You would need to adjust accordingly with your builder based on your lot conditions.
A: The changes you have mentioned are all possible but will require modifications to the plans. The garage doors are currently 9' wide, so there would need to be an additional 3' added to the garage in order to make this change. The fireplace could be relocated as well. Click the "Modifications" link on the plan page to receive a price and timeline for the requested modifications.
A: The right side of the garage is 35’
A: The 35’ is the depth from the entry door to the front of the garage. The offset at the front adds another 2’ approximately.
A: That wall is indeed load bearing. You could do a beam across that space, but would likely need a column at the corner of office/foyer.
A: Exterior views are always included, and the cabinet elevations for the kitchen only are also included.
A: The plan can be built using whatever materials that you as the homeowner desire. You can work with your builder to make any changes to exterior materials.
A: The materials list is a general estimate of materials needed to build the home. Specific manufacturers/styles/colors are not included since these will be selected by the owner. Framing materials are included, but due to varying framing styles, the materials listed are only estimates. The contractor is still responsible for verifying the exact quantities needed for their specific project.
A: The basement is approximately the same footage as the main floor (2486 sf). The basement footprint is the same as the heated area of the main floor and is an unfinished basement.
A: The bedroom doors are 32" doors. Master bedroom door is 36". Hallway to master is 46".
A: You can use brick or stone....just tell your contractor and they can make adjustments when ordering material.
A: This is just a computer rendering depicting the design, but the material is meant to simulate a Texas limestone. The plans only specify "masonry", so the homeowner will select whatever they wish to use.
A: We do not. One could be added, but would require significant modifications to the roof. Click the "Modifications" link to inquire about a price and timeline.
A: We don't typically share this information. The window sizes are provided on the floor plan of the construction drawings.
A: Exact items such as colors, or window manufacturers are not specified. These are to be selected based on the owner's budget. The image is just an artist's rendering of the plan.
A: This is a change that your builder can likely make on site. If we were to change the plans, there would be a modification fee of $295 and the plans would be delayed by approximately 7-10 business days.
A: They are actually 2018 compliant.
A: We do not specify an exact location for the mechanical since it will depend largely on the site conditions. Typically, the HVAC would be located in the attic space and the water heater would be in the garage storage.
A: The garage ceiling is approximately 9'-4" which would probably not be tall enough for most lifts. Typically, lifts require a minimum ceiling height of 12' depending on the application. The walls to the office are indeed load bearing and could not be removed. You could however add some cased openings to the walls creating a more open feel.
A: This is the basement option showing the basement stair location. The "DN" on the stairs is "Down" to the basement level.
A: Sidewalls are 10' and peak of vault is approximately 16'
A: This would have to be done as a modification. Click the "Modifications" link to inquire as to a price and timeframe.
A: The back run of cabinets in the kitchen is approximately 16' in length. Cabinet elevations will be included in the plans when purchased. The plans are not drawn specifically for the use of pre-fabricated or site built cabinets. Cabinets will be selected by the owner and installed based on field measurements once framing and drywall installation is completed.
A: The mechanical equipment will be located in the attic space or storage space in the garage. The exact location is not specified since the mechanical layout will depend entirely on site conditions which are unknown. It's for this reason that mechanical drawings are not included. Your mechanical contractor will be able to provide you with these if required. As for a bonus room, one is not included in this design, and modifications to the roof structure would have to be made in order to accommodate one.
A: The ceiling height at the peak of the vault in both rooms is approximately 16'.
A: Certainly. The ceilings in the great room can easily be converted to flat 10' ceilings, and this is an easy change that your contractor can make on site.
A: The plans call for a pull down attic stair in the garage, but the plans can certainly be adjusted to include a framed stairwell. If you are interested in having them modified, just click the "Modifications" link to get started.
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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