Arched windows and extensive masonry create an aura of permanence in this home plan, a gracious estate-sized home with two two-car garages. This plan offers nearly 4,000 square feet of living space, with almost 2,000 more devoted to attic storage and garages.
On entering the two-story foyer there is an overhead landing which forms a bridge that overlooks both the foyer and an equally high-ceilinged great room.
Two long, slender windows flank the fireplace, and double doors in the passageway to the family room open onto a large partially covered patio.
The dining room has an elegant tray-ceiling. The vaulted den could be used as a home office.
Luxuries in the master suite include a sitting bay, two roomy walk-in closets, and a sky lit bathroom with two basins, custom shower, and private toilet.
Upstairs, the front bedroom has two window seats nestled in twin dormers, and a private bathroom. The two rear bedrooms share a second sky lit bathroom. This house plan's bonus room and attic space could be left as storage, or developed into finished rooms as needed.
Each plan set is
drawn at 1/4"=1' scale and includes the following drawings:
artist's drawing of the home, usually viewed from the front, and general
the front, sides, and rear, including exterior materials, trim sizes, roof
placement and dimensions of walls, doors, & windows. Includes the
location of appliances, plumbing fixtures, beams, ceiling heights, etc.
Plan (if any) Shows
the second floor in the same detail as the main floor. Includes second floor
framing and details.
the location of all concrete footings, floor beams, first floor framing, and
foundation details. If there is a basement, a basement plan is included which
shows all basement details. Foundation types vary; please call to confirm the
foundation type of the plan you are interested in.
roof outlines, conventional framing/trusses, beams, roof framing details,
etc. Specific details such as fireplaces, stairways, decks, etc. Details are
drawn at 1/2" = 1' scale, and appear as needed throughout the prints.
a cross-section of the home. Shows support members, exterior and interior
materials, insulation, and foundation.
schematic layout of all lighting, switches and electrical outlets.