The Red Cottage
Plan #: 1003-01
Open Concept Living with Options
- Our featured house plan that boasts a spacious vaulted foyer, kitchen, living and dining room.
- Natural light is plentiful with abundant windows throughout. The dormer window in the foyer filters additional natural light into the main living areas.
- Wide doorways and hallways are ideal for Barrier Free Access and make for easy family traffic flow.
- 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 a bay window with window seat and the master bath has double sinks, plenty of storage and a large walk-in shower.
- The Guest Suite on the second floor includes two bedrooms and a kitchenette. Ideal for guests to have their privacy or it can be made into a second owner’s suite or home office.
- 10’ wide and 8’ high garage doors and extra depth and width provide more usable space than a standard 2 car garage.
- There are many ways to customize this plan with extra bedrooms, storage areas, a dramatic screened in back porch or including 3 car garage.
|Square Footage Breakdown|
|Total Heated Area:||2,150 sq. ft.|
|1st Floor:||1,457 sq. ft.|
|2nd Floor:||693 sq. ft.|
|Front Porch:||146 sq. ft.|
|Bedrooms & Bathrooms|
|Master Suite:||Main Floor|
|Exterior Wall Types|
|Max Ridge Height:||24' 0"|
|Area:||1,328 sq. ft.|
|First Floor:||9' 0"|
|Second Floor:||8' 0"|
|Primary Pitch:||10 on 12|
|Framing Type:||Stick & Truss|
- 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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