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The strong traditional lines and friendly front porch of this design will make it a welcome addition to any neighborhood.
Just inside the entry, the flexible dining room or study makes the home adaptable to a variety of lifestyles.
In the living room, a corner fireplace and a backyard view serve as focal points. The adjacent nook is bayed to take advantage of natural light. An island counter is centrally located in the kitchen, shortening steps from the stove and sink.
Most first-floor ceilings are nine feet except for the master bedroom 11-foot ceiling. A compartmented bath with a tub, separate shower and a walk-in closet completes the master suite.
Perfect for children, a large playroom with a window seat can be easily accessed by the three upper-level bedrooms. Bedroom two has its own bath, and another full bath serves bedrooms three and four.
Cover page: Features the front elevation
and informative reference sections including general notes and design criteria.
Elevations: Drafted at ¼" 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, ridges and framing.
Foundation: Drafted at ¼" - 1' scale. This plan is designed as a
slab foundation. Optional basement or crawl space foundations are available.
Basement foundations may require additional engineering for steel beam sizes.
Main Level Floor Plan: Drafted at ¼" scale. 2" x 4" walls are
standard. The detailed drawings include such things as ceiling treatments and
Second Level Floor Plan: Drafted at ¼" scale. Drafted to the same degree of
detail as the main level floor plan.
Electrical and Sections: The electrical plan shows suggested electrical layout for the main and second level floor plans. Typical wall, stair, brick sections are provided to further explain construction of these areas.