Plan 12254JL

Raised Porch House Plan

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Raised Porch House Plan

Plan 12254JL

  • 1,820

    Heated s.f.

  • 3-4

    Beds

  • 2.5

    Baths

  • 1

    Stories

  • 2

    Cars

  • This raised-porch house plan home exudes a quiet charisma and understated stature and features an accommodating one-story floor plan. The innovative use of space provides much more livability than you would expect in only 1,820 square feet.
  • A spacious central living area provides the hub of the plan and the center for family life. It features a vaulted ceiling, built-in bookshelves and cabinets and a welcoming fireplace.
  • The formal dining room across the hall opens to the foyer and the living area, and is defined by a single column at its corner. Casual dining takes place in a light-filled breakfast room attached to the large and efficient designer kitchen.
  • A spectacular master suite showcases a tray ceiling, walk-in closet and his and her vanities in the well-appointed bath. Family bedrooms at the other end of the hallway share a Jack-and-Jill bath that includes a separate vanity area.
  • Storage or workshop space is included in the two car garage.
  • Related Plan: Don't need the rear porch? See house plan 12083JL.

Each plan set includes the following:

  • Cover Sheet -The cover sheet features an elevation of the home, sheet number index for the plan, and contact information.
  • Foundation - These drawings will detail and illustrate the foundation of the home, exterior and interior footings to support the floors and structure above.  If a basement is purchased, it will show the stairs, bearing walls, and basement windows and doors.
  • First Floor Plan - This page is drawn to 1/4”=1’-0” scale and includes exterior dimensions to build the home.  The notes are precise directions for your builder.  Important features such as built-ins, niches, and appliances are noted.  Doors and windows are identified and specific sizing can be found on window and door schedules. Conventional framing.
  • Second Floor Plan - The second floor includes stair details.  Often the reflective roof detail is shown legibly over the second floor plan.  This is helpful for the framing contractor.
  • Lighting and Electrical - On this sheet you have a schematic of the lights, electrical plugs, phone location, and code items such as smoke detectors.  It is common place to build with your builder and/or electrician before the work starts to review this plan.  Careful planning can make your home special and convenient for your family.
  • Second Floor Lighting - The same details as provided for the first floor.
  • Front and Rear Elevations - The front and rear elevations may be on separate pages depending on the size of the house.  This page comes with exterior dimensions and notes required to complete construction.  This is where the windows, doors, and interior trim details are illustrated, as well as wall heights, roof pitches and ridge heights.
  • Right and Left Elevations - The right and left elevations provide the same details as the front and rear elevations.
  • Roof Plan - This drawing, usually at 1/4”=1’-0” scale, will be a bird’s eye view of the home.  It will show the ridges, hips, and valleys.  This page will show a beautifully designed roof.
  • Cross-Sections - Sections are used to further describe any architectural intent necessary for the builder or framer. This drawing will illustrate important changes in the floor, ceiling, and roof heights.
  • Cabinet Elevations - Cabinet elevations are provided with your plans, and like the electrical plan, they are mainly a guide for estimating purposes.  Cabinets are an area that is easy to customize and your builder or cabinet maker will work with you early on in the process to ensure that the correct cabinets are specified.  After framing and sheet rock installation sizes of walls may change slightly.  The cabinet maker must take as built measurements to properly size your cabinets. **NOTE: Most house plans will contain interior/cabinet elevations, however not all plans will. Please inquire prior to purchase.

Floor Plan

Plan details

 

Raised Porch House Plan

  • 1,820

    Heated s.f.

  • 3 - 4

    Beds

  • 3

    Baths

  • 1

    Floors

  • 2

    Car garage

Buy This Plan
  • Digital Study Set $895
  • PDF - single-use $1,265
  • 5 Sets $1,365
  • CAD $1,825
  • View all purchase option online

About This Plan

  • This raised-porch house plan home exudes a quiet charisma and understated stature and features an accommodating one-story floor plan. The innovative use of space provides much more livability than you would expect in only 1,820 square feet.
  • A spacious central living area provides the hub of the plan and the center for family life. It features a vaulted ceiling, built-in bookshelves and cabinets and a welcoming fireplace.
  • The formal dining room across the hall opens to the foyer and the living area, and is defined by a single column at its corner. Casual dining takes place in a light-filled breakfast room attached to the large and efficient designer kitchen.
  • A spectacular master suite showcases a tray ceiling, walk-in closet and his and her vanities in the well-appointed bath. Family bedrooms at the other end of the hallway share a Jack-and-Jill bath that includes a separate vanity area.
  • Storage or workshop space is included in the two car garage.
  • Related Plan: Don't need the rear porch? See house plan 12083JL.

Floor Plans

  • Basement

  • Main Level

Plan Details

Square Footage Breakdown

  • Total Heated Area: 1,820 sq. ft.
  • 1st Floor: 1,820 sq. ft.
  • Basement Unfinished: 1,811 sq. ft.

Beds/Baths

  • Bedrooms: 3 or 4
  • Full bathrooms: 2
  • Half bathrooms: 1

Foundation Type

    • Standard Foundations: Basement, Crawl

Exterior Walls

  • Standard Type(s): 2x4

Dimensions

  • Width: 64' 0"
  • Depth: 40' 0"

Garage

  • Type: Attached
  • Area: 435 sq. ft.
  • Count: 2 Cars
  • Entry Location: Side

Ceiling Heights

  • Floor / Height: First Floor / 8' 0"
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