This modern and simple cube shape design provides building cost reduction through efficient framing. The vertical nature of this house plan makes its ideal for sloped or narrow sites. This home can be clad in a variety of different materials. Natural wood siding gives this home a clean Scandinavian feel. Fiber cement paneling is a durable budget friendly option that can be painted for a more colorful fresh look. Corrugated galvanized metal is another option and would give the home an industrial modern aesthetic. Ideal for sloped lots, this design offers a sub level 2 car garage with ample storage space. The basement layout is left fairly clean so that you may imagine the possible use of the space to fit your lifestyle. Adjacent to the garage is a conditioned basement that offers ample storage space. This plan has great flow and works well with many different orientation scenarios. From the versatility of the living room layout, to the transition from indoor space to outdoor space, this plan actively addresses both form and function. The open dining room\kitchen, with indoor\outdoor features (Folding accordion doors to the patio) creates a great family space to congregate and discuss the day’s events. The ample living room contains wonderful window lit shelves, and features a multi functional work space. The kitchen is the often the social hub of the house. For this design we wanted to create a series of places for both gathering and working. A large kitchen island is a great place to grab a bowl of cereal in the morning, and gather for communal food preparation. It could also serve as a refreshment bar for those coming in from the backyard. A small desk area is a great place for homework or looking up recipes. The incorporation of computers in domestic life means that you can’t have too many workstations in the modern home. Affordable IKEA cabinets coupled with quality Energy Star rated appliances define the value of this kitchen both in terms of aesthetic appeal and energy performance. The kitchen is open to the main living space creating a communal indoor environment. Sturdy white pine floorboards will hold up to foot traffic. Less expensive than hardwood flooring, white pine has a much faster re-growth cycle making it a more sustainable building product. White pine is also a softer wood and as a result will reveal the true character of the home though the subtle impressions left behind from many years of use while preparing meals for family and friends. The second floor has an appropriately efficient use of space. This floor plan allows for three bedrooms (including a master) and an upstairs washer and dryer. The master bedroom and bathroom are ample, but modest, while the other bedrooms are small but manageable. The optional roof deck is a defining feature of the 1100 square feet of functional outdoor space. Accessed by a closet stair case and hatch door from the upper level this space is fun to discover. Suitable for a potted plant garden, outdoor entertaining or just an escape from the hustle and bustle of life, the roof deck is your own oasis.
|PDF plan sets are best for fast electronic delivery and inexpensive local printing.|
|5 Copy Set
|5 printed plan sets mailed to you.|
|For use by design professionals to make substantial changes to your house plan and inexpensive local printing.|
|One electronic set for bidding purposes only. Not a legal building set for construction.|
|Ideal for sloping lot, lower level of home partially underground.|
|Additional Construction Sets
|Additional hard copies of the plan (can be ordered at the time of purchase and within 90 days of the purchase date).|
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