This is a split bedroom housoe plan with a Craftsman style exterior incorporating the look of board and batten and decorative brackets in the gables.
Walk into the front door of this house and you're immediately impressed by the vaulted family room and view of the fireplace directly in front of you. Located off the family room is the dining room, separated only by columns, keeping the plan open and airy.
The sunroom is situated on the rear corner of the house, allowing for glass on two sides to make it bright and cheerful.
The kitchen boasts plenty of cabinets with a large island centrally located, has a view into the family room from the kitchen sink and has a large breakfast room with a walk-in pantry for storage.
The master suite is situated on the front of the house and separate from the guest or childrens' bedrooms, thus giving it some added privacy. The master bath is vaulted with a separate tub and shower and direct access to the walk-in closet.
The second floor has a large loft area open to the family room below and can be used as an office or playroom - the possibilites are endless.
There is also an additional room over the garage and a separate bathroom upstairs for easy access.
Exterior Elevations: The first sheet will typically be the front elevation at 1/4" scale with rafter framing details and exterior details. The second sheet will typically be the sides and rear elevation with roof plan, all at 1/8" scale. Sometimes Sheet A1.1 and Sheet A1.2 will be combined.
Foundation Plan: The third sheet will be the foundation page at 1/4" scale. This will be a daylight basement foundation with most of our home plans. Alternate foundation options are available as well.
Floor Plans: The fourth sheet will be the 1st floor plan at 1/4" scale with general notes. The fifth sheet will be the 2nd floor plan at 1/4" scale. With a ranch plan, this sheet will be eliminated.
Electrical Plans: The sixth sheet will include the electrical layout at 3/16" scale and Kitchen and Bath elevations at 1/4" scale. This sheet will sometimes include interior elevations and details.
Miscellaneous Details: The last sheet will include details including typical wall sections, stair sections, etc.
What is not included in the plans:
Architectural or Engineering Stamp
Mechanical Drawings (location of heating and air equipment and duct work)
Plumbing Drawings (drawings showing the actual plumbing pipe sizes and locations)