Photographed homes may have been modified from original design. Square footage may or may not include basement area. Please check floor plans carefully.
How Much Will This House Cost to Build?
Get a detailed estimate on how much this home would cost to build in your area.
Calculate cost to build
Verify Zip Code Where You Plan to Build This?
Some plans cannot be sold in certain areas. Please enter your zip code to confirm that this plan is available in your area. Local engineering may still be required.

Front

Click to customize Customize this plan
You can make all kinds of changes to this home, big and small, with our modification service. Click to get an estimate or call 1.888.299.5229.
 

About this plan

Keywords:
The low, sprawling lines of this ranch house and its red-tile roof evoke the Spanish Mission style reminiscent of the easy-living, comfortable nature of Southwestern life. The low, sprawling lines of this ranch house and its red-tile roof evoke the Spanish Mission style reminiscent of the easy-living, comfortable nature of Southwestern life. The landscape designer chooses both hardscaping and softscaping to complement the house and the climate. Exposed aggregate walks, simple yet attractive, lead to both main and secondary entrances, and blend well with the contemporary Southwestern architecture. The bed bordering the walkway to the secondary entrance is bermed slightly to block the view of the walkway used by the homeowner, preventing the visitor from approaching the wrong door. The V-shaped driveway provides a convenient parking spur and the angles of the driveway create visual excitement in the design. Three flowering trees spaced out near the corners of the driveway reinforce the V-shape and provide welcome summer color. The tree on the right frames the entrance to the garage; the one on the left frames the view to the door; and the one in the center buffers the view to the secondary entrance. Together, the three balance each other, forming a pleasing triangle. The planting border running in front of the garage wing continues on the other side of the driveway, strengthening the lines of the bed and creating a transition between front and back. Without the continuation of the planting area, the landscaping would abruptly end; with it, the sight line gracefully continues. At the end of a second sight line, the small flowering tree at the left corner of the house creates a view for a visitor strolling up the walk. Also shown here is Home Planners design HWEPL00522. More Less...
Foundation: No Foundation Required

Special Features

Select and Purchase Your Plan

  • Modifiable Plans

    I plan to make changes to this design. 80% of people do! Save time and money in the long run.

  • $245
    Reproducible Master
    More Information
  • $245
    PDF
    More Information
  • Unmodifiable Plans

    I plan to build this design as is.

  • $245
    8 Copy Construction Set
    More Information
  • $145
    5 Copy Construction Set
    More Information
  • I need to research this more before investing in a set of plans.

    $115
    1 Copy Study Set
    More Information
 

Blueprints (1)

print floorplans (1)

Level 1 view expanded size

Level 1

Description

Keywords:

Special Features

Foundations
No Foundation Required
Framing
N/A
Facade
N/A
Roof material
Unknown
Roof framing
Not Required

Plan Add-Ons

Additional Plans
Mirror Reverse
Only one copy of your plans will arrive in mirror reverse. The others will arrive in normal view. If you wish to receive additional copies in mirror reverse, please call customer service. In all cases, you should make sure to receive at least one copy in normal view, so that letters and numbers can be ready easily.

There are no upgrades available for the selected option.

Customize This Floor Plan

Get a free estimate in 2 business days.*

First Name:
Last Name:
Phone Number:

e.g. 555-555-5555
E-Mail Address: *

e.g. myname@domain.com
Plan Number:

Do you have a lot?
When do you want to start construction?
Where are you building?:
Describe Your Changes:
Answering this question helps prevent spam registrations on our site. Thanks for helping out.
Loading...

What's in the Plan?

 

 

What's in the Plan?

While the contents of each blueprint package vary slightly, each contains detailed, high-quality working
drawings that show you exactly how your project is to be built. Your plan package may include the following:

1. Detailed Floor Plans
Detailed floor plans show the layout of each floor of the house. Rooms and interior spaces are carefully dimensioned, doors and windows located, and keys are given for cross-section details provided elsewhere in the plans.

2. Exterior Elevations
In addition to the front exterior, your blueprint set may include drawings of the rear and sides of your house. These drawings give notes on exterior materials and finishes. Particular attention is given to cornice detail, brick and stone accents or other finish items that make your home unique.

3. Front Perspective
The artist's sketch of the exterior of the house gives you an idea of how the house will look when built and landscaped.

4. Foundation Plans
This sheet shows the foundation layout including concrete walls, footings, pads, posts, beams, bearing walls, and foundation notes. If the home features a basement, the first floor framing details may also be included on this plan. If your plan features slab construction rather than a basement, the plan shows footings and details for a monolithic slab. This page, or another in the set, may include a sample plot plan for locating your house on a building site. Additional sheets focus on foundation cross-sections and other details.

5. House and Detailed Cross-Sections
Large-scale views show sections or cutaways of the foundation, interior walls, exterior walls, floors, stairways, and roof details. Additional cross-sections may show important changes in floor, ceiling, or roof heights, or the relationship of one level to another. These sections show exactly how the various parts of the house fit together and are extremely valuable during construction. Additional sheets may include enlarged wall, floor, and roof construction details.

6. Floor Structural Supports
Floor framing details come with plans that have basement and/or crawlspace foundations. Each includes spacing, direction, span, and specifications for floor joists. Beam and window headers, along with necessary details for framing connections, stairways, or dormers are also included.

 

 



What's in the Plan

The images in this section are for illustration only.
They do not depict the actual plans you will receive.

Join the discussion