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1,639
Heated S.F

2
Bedrooms

2
Bathrooms

1
Story

2
Cars

Karen’s Cottage

From: $1,135.00

Plan #: 1003-34

One-Story Craftsman Ranch Home Plan with Angled Garage

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  • Product Price: $1,135.00
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Plan Description

  • This one-story Craftsman ranch home plan has stone accents and an angled garage.
  • A covered entry with decorative bracket adds to the curb appeal.
  • Through the front entry, french doors open to an office, or second bedroom, with double closets.
  • The living room, which features a vaulted ceiling and fireplace, extends into the kitchen and dining room, offering a wealth of natural light.
  • The kitchen’s oversized island provides counter-height seating for those quick and easy meals.
  • A large pantry is located just off the mudroom making grocery organization a breeze.
  • Retreat to the first-floor owner’s suite, which includes a bay of windows, 5-piece master bath, and walk-in closet.
  • An angled, 2-car garage opens to a mudroom, including laundry, with quick access to a full bath.
Square Footage Breakdown
Total Heated Area:1,639 sq. ft.
1st Floor:1,639 sq. ft.
Deck:111 sq. ft.
Front Porch:46 sq. ft.
Combined Porches:312 sq. ft.
Optional Lower Level:1,268 sq. ft.
Bedrooms & Bathrooms
Master Suite:Main Floor
Bedrooms:2
Full Bathrooms:2
Foundation Types
Standard:Basement
Optional:Slab
Exterior Wall Types
Standard:2x6
Dimensions
Width:75' 3"
Depth:65' 1"
Max Ridge Height:25' 4"
Garage
Type:Attached
Area:616 sq. ft.
Cars:2
Entry Location:Courtyard
Ceiling Heights
First Floor:9' 0"
Details:

Living Room: 15′ 4″

Roof Details
Primary Pitch:10 on 12
Framing Type:Truss

Floor Plans

Plans Include

  • General notes and design criteria
  • Perspective views
  • Foundation plan
  • Floor plan
  • Exterior elevations
  • Cross sections
  • Door and window schedules
  • Roof plan and room finish schedule
  • Electrical plan

Legal Notice

Copyright of intellectual property is enforceable by law, with legal judgments given to Designers and Architects in excess of $100,000. Even if a plan is modified, but is still derived from this plan, the legal term is that it constitutes a “Derivative Copyright Infringement”. Please make the legal and ethical decision and purchase the rights to build my designs.

Thank you,

Brian K. Eicholtz

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