The flex room in this four bedroom house plan is a great thing. If you need space to work at home, flex the entry room into an office with hallway. You'll be able to focus on your work and still keep an eye on the kids.
The kitchen has commanding views of the family room and dining room. The angled fireplace is a nice feature in the family room.
This plan could be the chance for your child to have his own room for the first time, giving him some privacy from younger siblings. He'll still be close enough for parental supervision, but far enough away for some independence. Two of the four bedrooms are built economically over the garage, saving you some money for other things.
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Each home plan features the rendered elevation and informative
reference sections including: general notes and design criteria 1;
abbreviations; and symbols for your plan.
Elevations: Drafted at 1/4" scale for the front and 1/8" scale for the rear and
sides. All elevations are detailed and an aerial view of the roof is provided,
showing all hips, valleys and ridges.
Foundation: Drafted at 1/4" scale. Poured or block basement or slab foundations are
standard. We also show the HVAC equipment, structural information, steel beam
and pole locations and the direction and spacing of the floor system above.
Main Level Floor Plan: 1/4" scale. Fully dimensioned from stud to stud for ease of framing. The detailed drawings include such things
as structural header locations, framing layout and kitchen layout.1
Second Level Floor Plan: 1/4" scale. Dimensioned from stud to stud and drafted
to the same degree of detail as the main level floor plan.1
Interior Elevations:Useful for the cabinet and bidding process, this page shows all kitchen and
bathroom cabinets as well as any other cabinet elevations.
Electrical and Sections: Illustrated on a separate page for clarity, the electrical plan shows suggested
electrical layout for the foundation, main and second level floor plans.
Typical wall, cantilever, stair, brick and fireplace sections are provided to
further explain construction of these areas.
Roof Framing Plan: Illustrated on a separate page for clarity, the roof framing plan shows the
suggested dimensional plan showing lengths, runs, ridge heights and wall plate