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CONSTRUCTION DRAWINGS (most plans)
Cover Page. Each home plan features the front elevation and informative reference sections including, general notes and design criteria*, abbreviations, and symbols for your plan.
Elevations. Scaled elevations for the front, rear, and sides are provided. All elevations are detailed and an aerial view of the roof is provided.
Foundations. Foundations are fully engineered for each design, whether slab or basement.
Main Level Floor Plan. The detailed drawings are fully dimensioned for ease of framing. Exterior wall thicknesses vary by plan. If necessary, contact Design Basics to clarify the standard exterior wall thickness for the plan(s) you are interested in.
Second Level Floor Plan. Dimensioned and drafted to the same degree of detail as the main level floor plan*.
Electrical and Sections. Illustrated on a separate page for clarity, the electrical plan shows suggested electrical layout for the main and second level floor plans. Typical wall and stair sections are provided to further explain construction of these areas.
Full technical support is provided to purchasers of each plan to answer your plan-related questions.
*Plans are drafted to meet average conditions and building codes in Nebraska, Ohio, and Texas at the time they are designed (contact us for more information). Because codes and requirements can change and may vary from jurisdiction to jurisdiction, the designers cannot warrant compliance with any specific code or regulation. All plans can be adapted to your local building codes and requirements. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or builder of each plan to see that the structure is built in strict compliance with all governing municipal codes (city, county, state, and federal).
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A brick column frames the covered porch and front door. Stepping inside the entrance is spacious and grand. Immediately to the left is the formal dining room decorated with a tray ceiling and room for a hutch or buffet. To the right is a flex room. Homeowners’ can choose if this room becomes an additional bedroom, formal living room, home office or whatever other space will fit their needs.
At the end of the entry hallway the floor plan opens up to the great room. This open concept living area has only partial separation between the living area, nook and kitchen. The great room is naturally bright and features taller, 10 foot ceilings. Centered along the rear wall is a fireplace. Half of the great room is open to the nook. This eating area is open to the kitchen and is nice and bright from the bay windows along the back wall. Access to the backyard is also nearby. The comfortable kitchen is separated from the nook by an eating bar. Filled with ample counter space and cabinet storage the kitchen also features a wall pantry.
A cased opening along the kitchen leads to a short wall what that either provides access to the formal dining room or the laundry room. The laundry room’s pass-through design allows it to serve as a mud hall between the home and the attached 2 gar garage.
The right side of the floor plan holds the sleeping areas. The owners’ suite fills the back corner of the home and boasts a stepped ceiling, dual walk-in closets and a private bathroom complete with soaking tub, dual vanities and private toilet.
At a Glance
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