This elegant home seems to be a single-family home but in fact, it is a multigenerational house that includes two private dwellings on two floors. The house has a total living area of 2 775 square feet.
The ground floor, divided into two distinct units, has 1 807 square feet of living area, and includes the elders' apartment on one side, and the young family's common areas on the other side - living room, dining room and kitchen.
With 968 square feet of living area, the first floor includes three bedrooms and a family bathroom. The house also includes a two-car garage. Parents and children can therefore live under the same roof and be completely autonomous.
Exterior Elevations – Four detailed exterior elevations views showing the final appearance of each side of the house.
Foundation Plans – Different isometric views with dimensions as well as relevant information to build the foundation.
Floor Plans – A drawing of each floor of the house. They are fully dimensioned showing the size of rooms and the location and size of windows, doors and staircases.
Cross-Section View – Vertical section of the house showing the structure, insulation, typical wall configuration as well as other details
The plans include the 4 elevations views, foundation plans, floor plans, cross section, staircase section, materials specifications and various construction details which aid in the house's construction.
The plan views, cross sections and front elevations are drawn to the scale of 1/4" = 1'-0"; the side and rear elevations are 1/8" = 1'-0" and some details are 1/2" = 1'-0".
Lintel, beam, post, footing sizes, etc. are calculated (may require local architect/ engineer stamp) and the plans are available in metric.
**Plans DO NOT include electrical, HVAC or plumbing details (other than the location of plumbing fixtures)**