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Hatteras House Plan

$1,363

(1 customer review)

A modern zero lotline plan which can fit onto almost any lot. Hatteras can be built up against adjacent structures and provides a 2 hour firewall within the left and right walls. On lots which allow multi-family density, this plan can be built in groupings of 2 or more. The basement level is designed to be built into a slope, which makes this plan adaptable to properties with a grade.

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Plan Specifications

Beds

Baths

,

Width (feet)

Depth

43 feet

Height

Ceilings

8 foot ceilings at the first floor, 8 foot ceilings at the third floor, 10 foot ceilings at the second floor

Parking

2 Parking Spaces

Construction

The foundation is a full unfinished basement., The floor is a concrete slab., The exterior walls are 2×6 wood framing., The upper floor is pre-engineered wood trusses., The roof is pre-engineered wood trusses.

Doors & Windows

Modern doors and windows

Exterior Finishes

Concrete or Wood Lap Siding, Stained Wood Panels, Standing Seam Metal Roof

Mechanical

Traditional split air-conditioning system

Styles

Collections

Living Area (sq. ft.)

1456

Parking Area (sq. ft.)

736

Under Roof Area (sq. ft.)

2300

Comments & Reviews.

1 review for Hatteras House Plan

  1. Jim Teutsch

    This is actually my favorite house plan for an affordable townhouse-style plan, except not as a modern, but instead as a vintage-style new York brownstone or industrial warehouse loft. I also love the look of a San Francisco stick house. If I were to build, this house plan, though modified, would most likely be the one I’d want. I think it would be ideal with some additional options being offered, such as double stud walls, energy-star or passive house standard. I would also like to see an elevator incorporated into it for all three floors.

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