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2267 sq ft
The master suite offers some flexibility depending on the owners' preference, view opportunities or privacy concerns, such as removing windows for bed wall placement. Some may even find a trendy/creative placement in front of the side window a desirable location.
The kitchen and dining areas were located at the rear for the family who finds themselves more oriented to barbecuing and porch sitting - including a back lanai fireplace. The arrangement of the family and kitchen areas provides the ability to enjoy multiple entertaining opportunities at once, for example, conversation around the dining/kitchen bar while the football game is enjoyed in the family room.
The master bath is bathed in natural light from high windows, and enjoys a large vanity with dual sinks and a large walk-in closet as well. The secondary bedrooms also have walk-in closets as well as direct bath access.
Utility areas are plentiful, including a walk-in pantry, utility room with sink and storage, access to a basement option, and a shop for the do-it-yourselfers.
A bonus area over the garage makes a great place to create a media room environment for the hardcore theatre room buff. It could also accommodate additional bedrooms or a guest suite.
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- Floor Plans: A 1/4" = 1'-0" scale floor plan indicating frame walls and masonry with dimensions, notes, door and window sizes, room names and floor finishes, cabinet, shelving, fixture locations and notes, ceiling conditions, electrical/lighting fixtures and switches.
- Exterior Elevations: Front Elevation at 1/4" = 1'-0", side and rear elevations at 1/8" = 1'-0", plate heights, roof overhangs, material/surface notes, window heights, roof pitches, material hatching for clarity, floor to floor dimensions and any other detail we feel is necessary to explain the construction.
- Cabinets/Building Sections: Cabinet elevations at 3/8" = 1'-0", showing cabinets, appliance locations, plumbing fixtures, shelving, counter/backsplash surface, cabinet material and finish, niche details and any other special situation that cannot be understood from the plan view. Building Sections are included only when there is no other way to indicate the spatial characteristics of the home. This information is quite often indicated well enough on the elevations and plans.
- Foundation Plans: Fully dimensioned and noted indicating wall composition and thickness, construction detail references to our detail page, beam, pier and column locations and sizes, stair locations for basements, reinforcing steel sizes and step downs in monolithic slabs and ventilation grilles for crawlspaces.
- Framing Plans: A 1/8" = 1'-0" scale plan indicating rafter, ceiling and floor joists locations, sizes and spacing as well as lumber grade specified, additional bracing and blocking.
- Details: For each foundation type, 3/4" = 1'-0" scale details are included indicating material composition, size and critical dimensions for construction of the primary foundation.
Plan Set Price
Additional Construction Sets $50.00/each
Right-Reading Reverse $200.00
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