|Order Code: 00WEB|
|Total Living Area:||2030 sq ft|
|Main Living Area:||2030 sq ft|
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|Foundation Types:||Basement - * $395.00
Total Living Area may increase with Basement Foundation option.
Crawlspace - * $295.00
|Number of Stories:||1|
|Max Ridge Height:||18'11 from Front Door Floor Level|
|Primary Roof Pitch:||4:12|
|Roof Load:||30 psf|
|Porch:||939 sq ft|
|Main Ceiling Height:||9'|
Craftsman Style House Plan with Open Concept and Split Bedroom Layout
Craftsman House Plan 41841 has 2,030 square feet of living space. 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms are all located conveniently on one level. The exterior is enhanced with stone wainscot, metal siding, and decorative wood siding in a herringbone pattern. Pictured is a seam metal roof and rough hewn wooden columns with stone bases. Stunning outdoor spaces include a covered front porch with cathedral ceiling leading up to the front door. The cathedral ceiling continues through the house and ends with another covered porch in the rear. Enjoy the great stone fireplace on the back porch on a chilly fall evening.
Barndominium House Plan With Tons of Natural Light
Barndominium House Plan 41841 has open living space and great natural light. Firstly, we draw your attention to the featured picture. Notice the huge panels of glass surrounding the modern style front door. Well, you can see right through the house because the back exit is a wall of windows as well. Natural light floods the living space thanks to these picture windows. Secondly, the interior feels even more lofty due to the vaulted ceiling which runs the length of the great room and dining room (and as we mentioned outside through the porches).
Thirdly, the kitchen is tucked into the right side of the floor plan. The kitchen has a corner walk-in pantry which is a great use of space for storage. There is plenty of cabinet and counter space including a long counter with bar seating. Back windows by the sink look out to the back yard and covered porch. From here, you have quick access to the open dining space, so it's easy to entertain a large number of guests. Plus, if too many people are inside, the crowd will naturally gravitate to the plush outdoor furniture surrounding the stone fireplace.
Master Bedroom With Huge Walk-In Closet
We've looked at the impressive features of Barndominium House Plan 41841, but it also has a lot of function to offer as well. Bedrooms 2 and 3 are good-sized, and each has a standard size closet. These bedrooms are located at the front of the house on opposite sides of the living space. Occupants of these bedrooms share the guest bathroom which is centrally-located on the floor plan so that everyone has convenient access. Likewise, the large laundry room is a few steps away, and it includes a utility sink. These rooms are close by the back door.
The master bedroom measures about 14' wide by 15' deep, and it has pocket door access to a great bathroom. Mom and Dad have a double vanity, soaking tub, and separate shower. Open another pocket door to access a large walk-in closet. This closet is 10'1 wide by 8'7 deep, so you won't run out of storage for your favorite outfits.
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A: Hi there! Our rough estimate is 3,555 sq. ft. Thank you!
A: We use 2x4 girts at 2'-0" O.C instead of sheathing with metal siding. The wood siding underneath the porch is only called out as "engineered wood siding" at this point. It is not a predetermined material from a specific manufacturer so it can be changed to whatever the customer is wanting. More specifically, the dimensions all go to the outside of the stud wall so nothing would change if materials like the siding are adjusted/changed. I hope this helps, thank you!
A: These print on 24 x 36in paper. The wall heights are 9' 1 1/8" because precut studs are 104 5/8", and then with three plates added (1 1/2" each), this comes out to the total. This is a standard wall height, but after all materials are added in the finished home (ceiling drywall, flooring), you are left with a 9' ceiling. I hope this makes sense, please let us know if you have any other questions.
A: Since this is such a vital part of this plan we hesitate to provide this specific information. In the end, there is a different roof pitch above the front door than the provided primary. We hope you're still interested in this plan, it's one of our most unique designs!
A: Roof framing plan would show and dimension each individual rafter and it's location. a roof plan is a birds eye view from above indicating wall heights, roof pitches, ridges, valleys, hips, etc... Brad
A: Good Afternoon! We do not draw any framing plans unfortunately. Most of the time your local lumber supplier will be able to provide the truss drawings and layout for you. Let me know if you have any other questions.
A: Good Morning! Yes! That dotted line represents the cathedral ceiling in the dining and living room. Thank you!
A: We don't typically provide the rough opening sizes and same for cabinetry. These details are often provided by the designer or manufacturer of the windows/cabinets you purchase. Each manufacturer varies slightly in their dimensions which is why we don't include those details. Once the plans are purchased, you'd easily be able to take them to your local manufacturer and have these specific kitchen and bathroom details created. Hope this helps!
A: Our plans include elevations, floorplans, wall sections, roof plan, foundation plan, and electrical plans.
A: This is a herringbone design pattern.
A: Most of this information will be answered by contractors or people providing the materials including lumber yards and truss designers. We do not know where this will possibly be built so that also makes a difference based on local contractors. Hoping this helps!
A: Good Morning! The ceiling height in the porch and the great room would be about 15'-0" at the peak depending how they frame it.
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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