Early American

Plan 5630AD

  • 1,733

    Heated s.f.

  • 3

    Beds

  • 2.5

    Baths

  • 1

    Stories

  • 2

    Cars

  • The brick facade of this one-story home plan, combined with its columned front porch, establishes the Continental origin of the design. Continuing the theme, double-hung windows are crested by cut-brick jack arches; the dining room window surround is cut masonry from the Colonial Revival era.
  • The interior meets the needs and preferences of today's families. From the foyer, you see the formal dining room with 11' ceiling on one side, set off by columns. Straight ahead is the fireplaced great room, which opens to a deck in back.
  • Just off the great room with an 11' ceiling, the bayed breakfast room is separated from the kitchen by a peninsula eating bar.
  • Situated for privacy on one side of the house, the master suite features a tray ceiling in the bedroom and his and her walk-in closets in the bathroom. Opposite a stall shower, a garden tub is placed in a box bay window next to twin sinks.
  • On the opposite side of the house, two family bedrooms each have direct access to the second full bath, where the sink is conveniently placed in a separate compartment.

What is not included in the plans:

  •           Architectural or Engineering Stamp
  •           Site Plan
  •           Mechanical Drawings (location of heating and air equipment and duct work)
  •           Plumbing Drawings (drawings showing the actual plumbing pipe sizes and locations)
  •           Framing layouts with beam sizes and locations
  •           Energy calculations

Floor Plan

Plan details

 

Early American

  • 1,733

    Heated s.f.

  • 3

    Beds

  • 3

    Baths

  • 1

    Floors

  • 2

    Car garage

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About This Plan

  • The brick facade of this one-story home plan, combined with its columned front porch, establishes the Continental origin of the design. Continuing the theme, double-hung windows are crested by cut-brick jack arches; the dining room window surround is cut masonry from the Colonial Revival era.
  • The interior meets the needs and preferences of today's families. From the foyer, you see the formal dining room with 11' ceiling on one side, set off by columns. Straight ahead is the fireplaced great room, which opens to a deck in back.
  • Just off the great room with an 11' ceiling, the bayed breakfast room is separated from the kitchen by a peninsula eating bar.
  • Situated for privacy on one side of the house, the master suite features a tray ceiling in the bedroom and his and her walk-in closets in the bathroom. Opposite a stall shower, a garden tub is placed in a box bay window next to twin sinks.
  • On the opposite side of the house, two family bedrooms each have direct access to the second full bath, where the sink is conveniently placed in a separate compartment.

Floor Plans

  • Main Level

Plan Details

Square Footage Breakdown

  • Total Heated Area: 1,733 sq. ft.
  • 1st Floor: 1,733 sq. ft.

Beds/Baths

  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Full bathrooms: 2
  • Half bathrooms: 1

Foundation Type

    • Standard Foundations: Basement, Walkout
    • Optional Foundations: Crawl, Slab

Exterior Walls

  • Standard Type(s): 2x4

Dimensions

  • Width: 55' 6"
  • Depth: 57' 6"
  • Max ridge height: 28' 6"

Garage

  • Type: Attached
  • Area: 380 sq. ft.
  • Count: 2 Cars
  • Entry Location: Courtyard

Roof

  • Primary Pitch: 12 on 12
  • Framing Type: Stick