A cozy front porch shelters the front entry. The family room includes a unique fireplace. The kitchen offers direct access from the garage, keeping tracked-in dirt to a minimum. The master suite includes two walk-in closets and a double-sink vanity. This home is designed with a slab foundation.
1381 Total Living Area 1381 Main Level 3 Bedrooms 2 Full Baths 2 Car Garage 50'0 W x 50'4 D
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Q:I hate to be a bother but 50x30=1500 sq ft it the plan says it’s 1381 sq ft. This is my confusion.
A:That is the overall – most further point to most furthest point. The plan jogs in and back out from there.
Date Posted: 13-Jul-18
Q:Thank you for your response. It helps to know that the garage is included in the general dimensions, however the builder charges on the outside dimensions of the living space. I’d add up all the dimensions of the rooms to get that, but the dimentions of the closets and bathrooms isn’t included. Can you give me the dimensions of only the living space?
A:50x30 is the living area width x depth.
Date Posted: 11-Jul-18
Q:We would like to know the outside measurements for this house. I know that the plans state that the house is 1381 sq ft and the external measurements are 50x50.4 ft. Looking at the plan it is not square so something doesn’t quite make sense. Also if you multiply 50x50.4=2520 sq ft. which is way bigger than 1381. Can you clear up my confusion? We need the correct information so we can figure how much we will have to pay our builder to construct the house.
Also do you have any pictures of the inside of the house or specs that describe archways etc? Before we buy the plans we’d like a better idea of what the inside looks like and what kind of ceilings the house has (typical cathedral or sloped).
A:It is all the correct information. So not sure how to explain it differently. The width x depth includes the garage. The living area doesn’t.
No interior pictures available and the ceilings are all noted on the plans i.e. 9ft or 12ft. Nothing noted as cathedral or vaulted.
Date Posted: 10-Jul-18
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