Plan #: 1003-12
Mountain Escape with Shed Dormer
- A more rustic version of our namesake “Red Cottage” plan that features bold stone columns and a open trussed covered entryway.
- The foyer, kitchen, living and dining rooms are all comfortable & spacious sized rooms that feature vaulted ceilings.
- Natural light is plentiful with abundant windows throughout but especially open for scenic views to the back of the house.
- Wide doorways and hallways are ideal for Barrier Free Access and make for easy family traffic flow.
- The room at the front of the house (off the foyer) could be used as a den or a third bedroom.
- The open concept kitchen is perfect for entertaining and family dinners. A large built-in island can be used for food preparation, additional storage, buffet space and a comfortable seating area.
- This plan boasts an efficient use of space with both pantry cabinets and a generous closet pantry. Spacious – yet still feeling both warm and welcoming.
- The Owner’s Suite features double sinks, an extra spacious shower and patio access.
- For more room you can add 1,032 sq. ft. with the bonus level upstairs. It continues to embrace the open feel by featuring a vaulted living area. It boasts two more bedrooms – one with a private seating area behind pocket doors.
|Square Footage Breakdown|
|Total Heated Area:||3,211 sq. ft.|
|1st Floor:||2,241 sq. ft.|
|2nd Floor:||970 sq. ft.|
|Deck:||374 sq. ft.|
|Unfinished Basement:||2,217 sq. ft.|
|Bedrooms & Bathrooms|
|Master Suite:||Main Floor|
|Exterior Wall Types|
|Max Ridge Height:||26' 0"|
|Area:||749 sq. ft.|
|First Floor:||9' 0"|
|Second Floor:||8' 0"|
Lower Level: 8′ 0″
|Primary Pitch:||10 on 12|
|Secondary Pitch:||3.5 on 12|
- 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
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