This four-bedroom French-country home will captivate guests and family alike. The great room, with its fireplace surrounded by built-in cabinets and abundance of windows, will be the center of family life. An island eating bar and a walk-in pantry in the kitchen will please the family chef; meals can be served either in the formal dining room or in the nook, which leads to a rear wood deck. A striking master suite enjoys a tray ceiling, extra-large walk-in closet, and a well-designed private bath. This floor also contains a second bedroom, a full bath, a laundry room, a mudroom with locker storage, and a three-car garage. The lower level includes two additional family bedrooms, a full bath, a recreation room with a fireplace and a wet bar, an exercise room and plenty of storage.
Each plan set includes the following:
- FLOOR PLAN: Showing all dimensions, window and door locations, laminated beams, columns, floor materials, ceiling heights, fireplace size, and specifications.
- FOUNDATION LAYOUT: Dimensioned plan detailing the layout and construction of the foundation.
- ROOF PLAN: A birdseye view showing the elements that make up the roof, including notation of spacing and schematics of peaks and valleys.
- ELECTRICAL LAYOUT: Specifications, notes, schedules, and plan defining the location of panels, service, lighting fixtures, switches, outlets, fans, etc. It does not include wiring schematics.
- FRONT, REAR, AND SIDE ELEVATIONS: The front, rear, and side elevations of the house as drawn. Shows placement of doors & windows on exterior of the house, as well as roof pitches, ridge heights, and locations of chimney, exterior vents, etc. The elevations show the positioning of the final grade of the lot, exterior finishes, and other details that are necessary to give the home exterior architectural styling.
- CROSS SECTIONS AND INTERIOR DETAILS: Explain certain special conditions more appropriately. A cross section is basically a view of the home (or parts of the home) if it were sliced down the center. These details can be helpful for the contractor. These can include wall and stair sections. Kitchen layout and cabinet elevations included.
- RENDERING: Sketch of what the finished home may look like. Also includes general notes.
These items are NOT included:
- Architectural or Engineering Stamp - handled locally if required.
- Site Plan - handled locally when required.
- Mechanical Drawings (location of heating and air equipment and ductwork) - your subcontractors handle this.
- Plumbing Drawings (drawings showing the actual plumbing pipe sizes and locations) - your subcontractors handle this.
- Framing layouts with beam sizes and locations.
- Energy calculations - handled locally when required.