The downstairs is an open plan with separate living, dining, family and breakfast nook. The living features a fireplace and is open to the stairwell. The dining has a built-in china display cabinet and bar. The family room and kitchen are designed for entertaining. Front and back porches provide space for outdoor living.
Upstairs, the master suite is comfortable with access to the private sundeck, modern bathroom with soaking tub, and walk-in closet. The secondary bedrooms each have walk-in closets.
This plan is designed with a concrete slab on grade. The exterior walls are 2×6 wood framing with r19 spray foam insulation. The upper floor system is pre-engineered wood trusses. The 7:12 roof is shingles, a plywood deck, and pre-engineered wood trusses. The exterior is finished with simple trim and moldings, decorative railings, exposed rafters, tapered columns and sand stucco finish over a waterproof barrier and wall sheathing.
- In 2010, this plan was featured on the Cover of HanleyWood Ecohome magazine.
- In 2009, this plan was featured in the HanleyWood Ecohome magazine.
- In 2008, this plan was featured on Houseplans.com as the cover plan for Bungalow House Plans and Narrow Lot House Plans.
- In 2007, this plan was featured on the Distinctive House Plans Gallery, and won the Southeast Builder’s Conference Aurora Award.
- In 2006, this plan was featured in the Orlando Sentinel as Design of the Week.
9′-4″ ceilings downstairs
9′ ceilings upstairs
27′ wide, 49′ deep and 30′ high
1,586 sq. feet of living space (793 first floor, 793 second floor)
642 sq. feet of additional space (262 porches, 380 garages)
2,228 sq. feet under roof
Views of each floor, looking down from above. They show window and door locations, room dimensions, plumbing fixture locations, etc.
Flat views of the outside of the house, looking at the front, left, rear and right.
Views of the building if you were to cut through it.
This plan shows the location of footings and concrete slabs.
Floor & Roof Layouts
This plan shows the outline of the floor truss systems, and slopes, valleys, ridges and hips on the roof.
A detailed view showing how the walls are assembled.
Outlets, switches, lights and fans are shown on the floor plan.
Details & Notes
Construction notes and typical details.
What’s Not Included
Revisions to the Plans
A local home designer or architect can take the digital files, and make changes to the house plans, including room size changes, wall construction, and more.
Engineering & Engineer’s Stamp
The plans do not include engineering for a specific state, or an engineer’s stamp.
I recommend having a local material supplier or lumber yard generate a material list for you.
The price to build a home varies by state and country. I recommend that you show the plan to 3 or 4 builders where you are planning to build, and get thumbnail pricing from them. This will allow you to connect with builders, and move forward with your project easier.
The PDF is a digital version of the plans which is easiest for printing and viewing. It contains all the pages of the plans in one file, and also shows all the colors and shadows. This file can be viewed on most computers without any additional software.
The CAD files are in .dwg format, which can be opened using AutoCAD, or other CAD programs. These files can also be viewed online using the AutoDesk Viewer. https://360.autodesk.com/viewer
The sketchup file is the 3d model of the house. This file can be viewed using the free version of Sketchup or Sketchup Mobile Viewer
The Layout file is the 2D drawings of the plans. These drawings are created in, and can be edited in Trimble Layout.