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|Total Living Area:||2201 sq ft|
|Main Living Area:||2201 sq ft|
|Bonus Area:||413 sq ft|
|Garage Area:||659 sq ft|
|Foundation Types:||Basement - * $395.00
Total Living Area may increase with Basement Foundation option.
2x6 - * $325.00
|Number of Stories:||1|
|Max Ridge Height:||23'0 from Front Door Floor Level|
|Primary Roof Pitch:||8:12|
|Roof Load:||30 psf|
|Porch:||598 sq ft|
|1st Floor Master:||Yes|
|Main Ceiling Height:||9'0|
Ranch Style House Plan 51984 has 2,201 square feet of living space, 3 bedrooms, and 2.5 bathrooms. In addition, the bonus room adds 413 square feet. Homeowners will love this floorplan because it offers outdoor living space with an outdoor kitchen. Keep reading to discover more features in this popular home plan!
Curb appeal and outdoor living space is a big selling point for your home. Ranch Style House Plan 51984 does not disappoint.
Firstly, the home has vertical white siding and black window frames. The black window frames provide a handsome contrast. Wooden shutters match the thick craftsman style columns of the front porch. The front porch boasts a vaulted ceiling, and the porch swing is so welcoming.
Secondly, the outdoor living space in Ranch Style House Plan 51984 is private and spacious. Walk around to the back covered porch. The porch dimensions are 30'6 wide by 13' deep, and you have plenty of room to entertain. Imagine the aroma of steak sizzling on the grill while you cook at the outdoor kitchen.
Thirdly, there is plenty of storage. The standard home plan has a 2 car garage, or you can choose the 3 car garage option for an additional fee. Be sure to call a sales rep to add this option to your order. Store vehicles, organize your tools and lawn equipment, or set up a shop for woodworking.
Mom and Dad will appreciate the floor plan in Ranch Style House Plan 51984 because it has a split-bedroom layout. The children's bedrooms are located on the right side of the house, and they share a bathroom off the hallway. The master suite is located on the left side of the house, and it includes the following:
Yes, master bedroom access to the laundry room is a wonderful convenience. The laundry room in Ranch Style House Plan 51984 is huge too. It includes cabinets, utility sink, freezer, and lots of counter space for folding clothes. The broom closet is converted to be a staircase if you choose the basement foundation. Right outside is the drop zone where the kids can drop off their book bags when they come inside from the garage.
Continue down the hall, and you will find the powder room and then the large kitchen pantry. The pantry measures 8'10 wide by 5'8 deep. Here you can keep all of your kitchen extras organized, stored, and out of the way.
Lastly, we tour the open living space. The L-shaped kitchen in Ranch Style House Plan 51984 has a large island with eating bar, and it's open to the dining space. Finish the kitchen with your favorite style cabinets, tile backsplash, and stone counter tops. Don't forget the stainless-steel appliances to finish the look.
The great room has a vaulted ceiling and a gas log fireplace which is surrounded by built-ins. Your family will enjoy many an evening relaxing here in front of the fire. Even better, if you need more room to expand, finish the bonus room upstairs. It will add 413 square feet including a bathroom and walk-in closet.
Ask the Designer any question you may have. NOTE: If you have a plan modification question, please click on the Plan Modifications tab above.
A: Mechanical equipment is to be located by your mechanical contractor based on your site conditions. Typically this equipment is located in the attic space.
A: We do not offer ICF plans. You should be able to contact the ICF manufacturer and have them adapt the plans to work with their system.
A: There is no traditional walkout basement for this one since the garage is on the rear of the plan. The only walkout option is a retaining wall style bulkhead on the right side of the plan.
A: Framing plans are not included because they are specific to the loads present at the site of construction. Generally, these are not required, but if they are for your permit area, you will need to have a local designer/engineer assist with providing these items. In those cases, CAD files are recommended.
A: Approximately 27 sf.
A: Correct...the bonus room is over the garage.
A: 9' ceilings in the garage.
A: It would be very easy to just not build the bonus room and incorporate the stair space into a larger pantry. This is likely a change that your builder could make on site.
A: Mechanical systems are located in the attic space.
A: It's possible, but the peak of the vault would have to run left/right like the great room due to the framing of the roof above the master.
A: The electrical plan includes the suggested electrical plug and lighting locations.
A: With the exception of the floor joists for the bonus room and crawlspace foundation, all other aspects of the framing are designed for stick frame construction with dimensional lumber. Pre-engineer joists are specified for the bonus floor and crawlspace foundation.
A: The basement available is an unfinished cellar type basement. If you wanted a walkout basement, it will depend on your lot and the way the terrain slopes as to where the exterior door would be.
A: These windows are 2860 (2-8 wide x 6-0 tall)
A: There is access to the attic space from the bonus floor, or if the bonus space is elected to remain unfinished, it could be used for storage as well. Thanks, Jason
A: The bonus room is currently not included in the heated square footage. The 2201 sf is for the first floor heated only. It is your option as to whether you build out the bonus room or not. The main structure of the house and roof allows for it to be built or not built.
A: The 2x6 version of the plans does not decrease the square footage, so you should still be fine with your minimum requirement.
A: We do not call out a specific location as this will depend on what type of water heater and HVAC equipment is selected. Typically these are located in the attic space.
A: No. All of our basements are unfinished.
A: The front wall is 10' at the point that the vaulted ceiling begins. The side wall follow the vault to an approximate 15'-7" peak. Thanks, Jason
A: The style of siding is board and batten. We do not specify whether it is vinyl, hardie, etc. The materials are to be selected by the owner.
A: A grill, under-counter refrigerator, and sink.
A: The dashed line in the center of the great room represents the peak of the vault. It is centered on the fireplace.
A: We don't have a version of this plan that meets your requests. However, the plan can be modified to your needs. Simply click the "Modifications" tab at the top of the page to receive a quote for your desired changes.
A: The master closet window is a 5010 fixed window and the front door is a 5080 double entry door. Thanks, Jason
A: The extra 2" associated with 2x6 walls will be taken to the interior of the plan. Therefore the overall exterior dimensions will remain the same and rooms with an exterior wall will reduce in size by 2" along each exterior wall.
A: These are all operable windows and not transoms. The windows are 2030 (2'-0" wide x 3'-0" tall).
A: The water heater and HVAC system are to be located on site by your mechanical contractor. Most of the time, these items are located in the attic space in order to keep from occupying valuable floor space. Thanks and have a great day! Jason
A: Good Morning, The basement stairs will enter where the broom closet is and go down under the bonus room stairs. Thanks!
A: Good Morning, This is a brand new design just released 2 weeks ago, so unfortunately we do not have any pictures at this time. Thanks!
A: Yes you can! Please click the "Modifications" tab above to get more information.
A: The national average for a house is running right at $125.00 per SF. You can get more detailed information by clicking the Cost-To-Build tab above. Sorry, but we cannot give cost estimates for garage, multifamily or project plans.
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