The sun-drenched façade of this Mediterranean-inspired home extends a formal welcome, with pavers and barrel-tile roof in terracotta hues and graceful arches and columns. Crisp, white trim speaks of Spanish influence, and iron detailing adds a hint of non-conformity. Gardens outside of the master and guest bedrooms, a verandah that meanders along the rear of the home, an outdoor kitchen and a master bathroom that beckons relaxation create destinations for the masters of this home as well as their guests. Inside, the boundaries between indoor and outdoor are seamless. Radius glass in the nook brings the home’s surroundings into view, the leisure room’s zero-corner pocketing sliding glass doors erase any definitions between inside and out, and expansive windows in the living room and sitting area of the master suite enhance the home’s openness. More formal areas have dramatic ceilings—a barrel vault in the entry and stepped ceilings in the living and dining rooms—as well as classical features like arches and columns in rich wood tones. These dark hues are repeated in the built-in cabinetry and bookcases of the study. Well-appointed and well planned, the kitchen boasts plenty of storage for tools of the trade and two large islands provide ample amounts of workspace. Ornate woodwork on the cabinetry and soffits add exotic flair to the ultra-functional room. The master bathroom is truly a place of respite, a retreat for relaxation with appointments designed to pamper—a freestanding luxury Whirlpool tub and a walk-in shower set against the backdrop of a private garden, practically brought inside through large windows. Spacious guest accommodations on both floors assure that visitors stay in comfort. Guests enjoy private or semi-private full baths and private spaces – a garden on the first floor and a loft upstairs. A separate guest room has a built-in closet and entertainment center and is accessible only from the veranda or guest garden – adding an extra touch of privacy. Spectacular columns, built-ins and ceiling treatments refine rooms, while a flowing floor plan paves the way for seamless living. This unique design won the Builder's Model category in the 2002 American Residential Design Awards.
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Cover Sheet, Index & Site Plan: The cover sheet features an elevation of the exterior of the house that shows approximately how the home will look when built. The index lists the order of the drawings included, with page numbers for easy reference. The site plan is a scaled footprint of the house to help determine how the home will be placed on the building site. Wall Sections & Notes: This section shows section cuts of the exterior wall from the roof down through the foundation. These wall sections specify the home’s construction and building materials. They also show the number of stories, type of foundation and the construction of the walls. Roofing materials, insulation, floor framing, wall finishes and elevation heights are all shown and referenced. Typical Details & Notes: This section addresses all the facets and typical details you will want to include in your home, with the exception of local building code requirements. Architectural and structural elements are detailed, including: window and door components, railings, balusters, wood stairs and headers, interior walls, interior partitions, concrete steps and footings (if applicable). Foundation layout Plan: This sheet provides a fully dimensioned and noted foundation layout, including references to footings, pads, and support walls. For plans with a basement, additional walls and columns may be shown. Basement plans come with a floor framing layout which may be included in this section or the floor framing section, depending on the plan. *Actual structural information should be obtained by a locally licensed engineer for your specific site location. Detailed Floor Plan: This section provides detailed floor plan drawings and descriptions of all the elements that will be included on each floor of the home. The home’s exterior footprint, openings and interior rooms are carefully dimensioned. Important features are noted including built-ins, niches and appliances. All doors and windows are identified. Typically this section also includes the square footage information. Reflected Ceiling Plan: One of Sater home’s most distinguishable features is the highly detailed ceiling treatments. This section shows ceiling heights and treatments. It also shows the details, profiles and finishes of the ceiling treatments. Arches and soffits are also specified in this section. Floor Framing Plans: Homes with a basement or crawl space will have a floor framing plan for the first floor. Multi-story homes will have floor framing plans for upper floors as well. The floor framing plans provide structural information such as the joist location, spacing and direction, as well as the floor heights and stair openings. Roof Layout: The overall layout and necessary details for roof design are provided in this section. If trusses are used, we suggest using a local truss manufacturer to design your roof trusses to comply with your local codes and regulations. Exterior Elevations: Exterior elevations are drawings that show how the finished home will approximately look. In this section, elevations of the front, rear and left and right sides of the home are shown. Exterior materials, details and heights are noted on these drawings. Building Section & Details: This section will illustrate the important changes in the floor, ceiling and roof heights or the relationship of different floors to one another. Interior elements of rooms and areas, such as columns, arches, headers and soffits, are also discernible and easier to visualize in a cross section. Interior Elevations: These interior elevations show the specific details and design of the kitchen, bathrooms, utility rooms, fireplaces, bookcases, built-in units and other special interior features. The interior elevations vary based on the complexity of the home. Electrical Plan: This section shows an electrical plan that will enhance functionality and highlight the unique architectural features of the home.» See important information before purchasing.
|PDF plan sets are best for fast electronic delivery and inexpensive local printing.|
|For inexpensive local printing / making minor adjustments by hand. 1 printed set, typically on Bond paper.|
|For use by design professionals to make substantial changes to your house plan and inexpensive local printing.|
|Stem Wall Foundation:
|Joins the foundation with a house’s vertical walls; often part of stem-wall slab foundation systems, which are constructed like a crawlspace foundation but filled in and compacted, then the slab is poured.|
|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).|
|Audio Video Design
|Receive an overlay sheet with suggested placement of audio and video components.|
|Educate yourself about basic building ideas with these four detailed diagrams that discuss electrical, plumbing, mechanical, and structural topics.|
|Home Furniture Planner
|This fun visual aid lets you peel-and-stick furniture on a generic layout to plan out spacing.|
|Receive an overlay sheet with suggested placement of lighting fixtures.|
|A list of building supplies needed to construct the infrastructure of your new house.|
*Alternate Foundations may take time to prepare.
*Options with a fee may take time to prepare. Please call to confirm.