Main Floor Plan
This wonderful one level home offers an exterior that features brick, stone, cedar shake siding and wood trim to create a faÃ§ade that showcases color, dimension and texture. The standard 9' ceiling height is enhanced with raised ceilings that vault to 10' in the Great Room, Dining Area and Master Bedroom. A wall oven, pantry, island with seating and 29' of counter space, create a kitchen that will make everyday chores an exciting experience. One large dining area offers plenty of elbow-room for all occasions and enjoys a view to the covered rear porch. The secondary family entry from the garage is a spacious mud room area that offers easy access to the basement, laundry room and a closet to help create order. The Master Bedroom Suite enjoys a whirlpool tub, shower, commode room, walk-in closet and double bowl vanity. Two additional bedrooms, one that can be used as a library if preferred, complete this home.
Exterior Wall Framing
Additional Room Features
Plan Set Price
Additional Construction Sets $42.50/each
Mirror Reverse Sets $42.50/each
Right-Reading Reverse $127.50
Additional copies can be ordered at the time of purchase and within 90 days after your original purchase date.
- Elevations: Drawings of front, rear, right side and left side elevations drawn at 1/4" scale.
- Foundation Plan: 1/4" scale foundation plan includes dimensions, actual steel beam and joist sizes. Most plans are designed for basement with a 7'10" pour and level lot (8" poured concrete wall).
- Floor Plans: 1/4" scale plan that includes dimensions; actual header, flush beam, and joist sizes. Window rough opening sizes and locations. High quality windows and doors are specified on floor plan drawings. Location of bearing walls, direction of truss and rafter framing noted with size and spacing. Electrical layouts are shown.
- Roof Plan: 1/8" scale plan indicates roof pitches, overhangs, saddles and chimneys
- Foundation reinforcing detail shows size of footing and foundation wall, size and spacing of rebar.
- Beam and column detail shows connection of steel columns that are used to support steel beams at basement and footing detail to be installed below slab to support column load. Stair Detail to show builder how to frame with information such as tread and riser heights.
- Cabinet layouts, included in drawings, can be used to show sizes of cabinets at kitchen to be installed. This detail can also be helpful should you want custom cabinets, it can be used by your cabinet people to show you what will fit in the space and your options available.
- Truss profiles to show builder any irregular profiles, pitches, or heelcuts that varies from the typical framing.
- Fireplace elevations that can be used as is to build your fireplace or to give you or your decorator a starting point.
- Fireplace detail shows how the fireplace is to be built.
- Wall section show typical framing detail of house.
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