This traditional home features great family space to grow and raise a family. Brick highlights, cedar shakes and a pleasing arrangement of multiple gable features highlight the exterior façade of this 4-bed house plan.
Formal living and dining rooms flank the foyer and the rear of the home features the common family rooms. There is a 2-story family room with fireplace, a casual breakfast room situated in a large bay window with outdoor access and a grand kitchen with a center island, a peninsula bar and a separate pantry.
The fourth bedroom/guest suite is located on the main floor and offers a private bath and generous closet space. The family laundry room is directly accessible from the 2-car garage.
Upstairs, the master suite offers a stunning vaulted sitting room directly off the master bedroom and features a double step trey ceiling. An enormous walk-in closet is positioned off the master bath where there are separate dual vanities, vaulted ceilings, a garden tub and a separate shower.
Bedrooms 2 and 3 feature walk-in closets and private vanities within the jack and jill bath.
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)