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Small House Plan 041-00006

Sq Ft1,400
Beds3
Baths2
1/2 Baths0
Stories1
Cars2
Width51' 0"
Depth47' 0"
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Main Floor for House Plan #041-00006
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  • Cover Sheet
    Cover sheet typically includes a front view of the plan (may be in color), index of pages included, and other miscellaneous notes and details.
  • Foundation Plan & Details
    Foundation plans describe to the builder, the type of foundation requested by the home owner or the type of foundation required by a certain geographic area. In most cases, the foundation plan will include footing sizes and locations, footing details and other important information needed to properly construct the home. In some specific areas, a structural engineer may be required to review and certify the house plans purchased. These reasons include, but are not limited to the following: seismic (earthquake) considerations, high wind (coastal , mountainous areas, etc.), snow loads, etc.
  • Floor Plans
    The floor plans locate all walls, interior and exterior, of the entire building, denote ceiling heights and treatments, locate all plumbing fixtures, cabinets, door and window locations and sizes, gives square footage measurements, locate water heaters and hvac systems.
  • Exterior Elevations
    The exterior elevations are used to depict the exterior finishes (brick, siding, stucco, etc.), roof styles (hip or gable) and slopes, ridge heights, and window styles, and overhang lengths. The exterior elevations include a front, right, rear, and left elevation.
  • Building Sections
    The building sections describe to the builder how a particular home is to be constructed.  Building sections typically show stud heights, the roof construction, whether stick built or pre engineered, direction of the ceiling joist members, overhang finishes, wall and ceiling finishes, and interior roof support members.
  • Roof Plan
    The roof plan depicts the roof type, plate heights and roof slope of each plane.
  • Interior Cabinet Views
    Cabinet views depict the overall design and layout of the kitchen cabinets.
  • Electrical Plan
    The electrical plan depicts the general location of all interior and exterior electrical devices. This generally includes light switches, electrical outlets, ceiling fixtures, and smoke detectors. The electrical plan will also generally locate the breaker box and power entry.

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About This Plan

This brick Traditional ranch home, while compact, features an efficient and functional floor plan with valuable space and modern amenities found in larger, more expensive homes. The inviting exterior features brick highlights, a simple roofline and a front covered porch perfect for relaxing and/or greeting family and friends. The comfortable interior floor plan is highlighted with three bedrooms and two baths in approximately 1,400 square feet of usable living space. Additionally, there is a two car garage with 483 square feet of vehicle space and a rear storage room for lawn and garden equipment and/or sporting equipment. The interior family utility room is directly accessible from the garage which provides a tidy home environment. Entrance into the home, off the covered front porch, leads to the oversized living room which boasts of a trey ceiling and handsome fireplace for chilly autumn mornings and nights. The living room is open to the rear positioned dining room and family friendly kitchen where there is an angled breakfast bar, separate pantry and plenty of counter and cabinet space. There is rear patio access off the dining room where dining al fresco or enjoying backyard cook-outs with family and friends will be an enjoyable pastime.
The split bedroom plan features two family bedrooms on one side of the home; both bedrooms are of equivalent size, feature generous closet space and have window views. Double linen closets line the hallway and there is a shared hall bath with vanity space, a toilet area and a tub/shower combination. The homeowner’s retreat is highlighted with a spacious bedroom, attached double closet space and an en suite master bath. The master bath enjoys dual vanities and a luxurious sized garden tub. This home is perfectly suited for a small family, young professionals or empty nesters and while small contains a luxurious arrangement of modern amenities that today’s homeowner’s desire.