Main Floor Plan
The earth tone color scheme and stone accents on the faÃ§ade of this 3-bedroom, 3-bath, French Country residence enable this home to blend with its surrounding natural environment. The visual openness of the living space of this home is noticeable from the Foyer, while definition is given to the Great Room, Dining Room, and Kitchen through the use of square columns supporting graceful arches above. A fireplace with stone facade which accentuates the wood beam ceiling's is flanked on each side by French doors which lead to the large Rear Covered Porch. The Master Suite provides private access to the Rear Covered Porch. The Suite comes complete with his and her walk-in closets. A uniquely designed Master Bath has a large, doorless walk-in shower located behind a garden tub. For the professional that works from home and occasionally conducts business meetings there, this residence offers a study with direct access from outside through its private doorway located on the adjacent Stoop.
Additional Room Features
Exterior Wall Framing
Plan Set Price
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Additional copies can be ordered at the time of purchase and within 90 days after your original purchase date.
- COVER SHEET, INDEX & CUTOUTS FOR SITE PLAN — This page includes a drawing that illustrates how the front of your new home should look once construction is complete. It also contains information needed by your building contractor, such as standard abbreviations found in the construction documents. There will also be drawings that can used by a third party to complete the site plan for your project.
- EXTERIOR ELEVATIONS — The exterior elevation drawings illustrate how your home will look from four sides (Front, Rear, Left & Right Sides). Additional auxiliary drawings will be included if determined necessary by the designer. Exterior details and relevant notes will also be included.
- FLOOR PLAN — The floor plan shows the layout and room arrangement for each floor of your project. It also includes relevant information such as square footage calculations, window & door sizes, detailed dimensions, and notes.
- FOUNDATION LAYOUT PLAN — This drawing shows the overall dimensions for your new home and includes dimensions to plumbing fixtures for easier location during construction. As this is only a layout, foundation specifications will be added by your local structural engineer as part of their services.
- ELECTRICAL PLAN — The locations of electrical components such as light fixtures, switches, outlets, and smoke detectors are shown on this page of the construction documents for your project. This plan also includes a proposed location for the electrical meter and main electrical service.
- ROOF LAYOUT PLAN — The roof layout page illustrates the locations of peaks, valleys, ridges, attic vents, and roof pitches. This information is needed by the truss company your contractor uses to design and supply the pre-assembled roof trusses for your project.
- INTERIOR DETAILS — Details will be drawn as necessary to clarify interior design details and provide more detail and information for proper construction. These details will either be located on their own page or placed strategically throughout the construction documents.
- BUILDING SECTION — The building section drawing is a drawing that illustrates a cut through the structure of your project in order to provide more information for proper construction. Relevant notes and dimensions will be included in this drawing.
- WALL SECTIONS — Typical wall sections illustrate walls commonly found in the design for your project. Relevant notes and dimensions will be included in this drawing.
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