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Entry Ceiling: 10' Stepped
Kitchen, Dining Room Ceiling: Vaulted
Great Room Ceiling: Cathedral
Each plan set is drawn at 1/4"=1' scale and includes the following drawings:
Front Rendering: A rendering of the front elevation along with general construction notes.
Elevations: Shows the front, sides, and rear, including wall and window heights, exterior materials, soffit heights, roof pitches, etc.
Main Floor Plan: Shows placement and dimensions of walls, doors, & windows. Includes the location of appliances, plumbing fixtures, roof, wall, and floor structure from above (if any), ceiling heights, etc.
Second Floor Plan (if any): Shows the second floor in the same detail as the main floor. Includes second floor roof structure as well.
Foundation Plan: Shows the location of all concrete walls and footings, beams supporting the floor structure and structure above, and foundation details. If there is a basement, a basement plan is included which shows all basement details.
Roof Plan: Shows roof outlines, lines of bearing walls below, roof framing details, etc.
Section & Details: Shows a cross-section of the home. Shows support members, exterior and interior materials, insulation, and foundation. Stairway, kitchen elevations, and wall section details are drawn at 1/2" = 1' scale, and appear as needed throughout the prints.
Electrical Plan: A schematic layout of all lighting, switches and electrical outlets drawn at 1/8" = 1'. Electrical general notes are provided as well.
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There is no shortage of curb appeal with this modern version of a classic craftsman style home. Stone and siding accents are reminiscent of homes built at the turn of the century where no garages were necessary. This home has a rear-load two car garage and an open floor plan that bring it up to date. As you enter the home, the bedrooms lie to either side with the master suite to the left. At the back of the home, the kitchen, dining area and great room create an open plan where the line of site is uninterrupted and mom can watch the kids while making dinner. An eat-in island also helps to define the kitchen while the focal point in the great room it the fireplace on the opposite wall.
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