A beautiful elevation with multi-paned windows and an arched, high-windowed entrance, create an eye-catching home plan. A two-story foyer, benefiting from the natural light streaming through the many windows around the door, offers three choices of direction.
The formal living room adjoins the formal dining room with columns between the two rooms.
The U-shaped kitchen includes a built-in pantry, built-in planning desk and an island. There is room for a breakfast area for informal meals in the kitchen.
The large family room flows from the kitchen and is equipped with a bright bay window and focal point fireplace.
The second floor master suite includes a decorative ceiling and a lavish, private bath. A common area includes a skylight and access to the bonus room.
A convenient second floor laundry is located in the common area.
Two additional bedrooms and a full bath complete the second floor.
Scaled drawings of the front, rear, sides of the home. Information pertaining to the exterior finish materials, roof pitches and exterior height dimensions.
These plans, or in some cases elevations, will detail the layout of the kitchen and bathroom cabinets at a larger scale. Available for most plans.
Typical Wall Section
This section will address insulation, roof components, and interior and exterior wall finishes. Your plans will be designed with either 2x4 or 2x6 exterior walls, but most professional contractors can easily adapt the plans to the wall thickness you require.
If the home you have chosen includes a fireplace, the fireplace detail will show typical methods to construct the firebox, hearth and flue chase for masonry units, or a wood frame chase for a zero-clearance unit. Available for most plans.
These plans will accurately dimension the footprint of your home including load bearing points and beam placement if applicable. The foundation style will vary from plan to plan.
The information necessary to construct the roof will be included with your home plans. Some plans will reference roof trusses, while many others contain schematic framing plans. These framing plans will indicate the lumber sizes necessary for the rafters and ridgeboards based on the designated roof loads.
Typical Cross Section
A cut-away cross-section through the entire home shows your building contractor the exact correlation of construction components at all levels of the house. It will help to clarify the load bearing points from the roof all the way down to the basement. Available for most plans.
Detailed Floor Plans
The floor plans of your home accurately dimension the positioning of all walls, doors, windows, stairs and permanent fixtures. They will show you the relationship and dimensions of rooms, closets and traffic patterns. The schematic of the electrical layout may be included in the plan.
If stairs are an element of the design you have chosen, the plans will show the necessary information to build these, either through a stair cross section, or on the floor plans.