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Previous Questions and Answers
Q:what is the size of the master bathroom and the master closet?
A:The bathroom is: 9'1" x 8'6"
The closet is: 6' x 8'2"
Date Posted: 16-Mar-21
Q:How big is the shower in the master bathroom.
A:Master Bath - 8'2 x 9'4
Date Posted: 08-Mar-21
Q:I would like to reverse this plan and need to see the details in the basement for post location or is it steel beam with no posts? I need this answer asap. I am very interested in this plan and will be readmy to purchase as soon as I get these answers. Thank you
A:There are steel posts in the basement. However, the engineer in your local will be the one to determine whether or not eliminate those posts. The basement is completely unfinished and is something that should be reviewed locally to meet the code requirements.
Date Posted: 14-Apr-20
Q:Do you have this house plan with a garage attached?
A:You might like plan 86345.
Date Posted: 20-Jan-20
Q:I live the look of this house. so you have a plan for 2000-2500 sq ft with a garage? TY Pggy
A:You might like plan 86299.
Date Posted: 21-Jun-19
Q:Can you give me the dimensions for the master shower and tub areas?
A: Tub is standard 6 x 3'4"
Room is 15'8' x 8'3"
Date Posted: 30-Jan-19
Q:Is the pantry a load bearing wall for the 2nd floor or can it go away? Can this be 2x6 construction with 10’ ceilings on first floor?
A:Yes and yes but it would constitute a complete redraw
Date Posted: 09-Apr-18
Q:Do the plans show load information? Do the plans show details so we know if we need laminated beams or steel beams for example?
A:All beams are located as are point loads. Beam sizes are up to the local engineer.
Date Posted: 21-Apr-17
Q:Is there a planned 2 car garage for this model 86101?
A:You might be interested in plan 86341.
Date Posted: 09-Jan-17
Q:Can this house be build on concrete foundation? Thanx
A:It can be built on any foundation you chose. That would be a decision to be made with your builder.
Date Posted: 02-Jun-16
Q:Plan 86101 Do you have this style house at 2300 to 2500 square feet?
A:There are several homes in the same style such as 86341, 86315 and 86140. Let me know if any of these will work more closely.
Date Posted: 31-Dec-13
Q:Do you have any images of interior from a built home model. Thank you, Jessica
A:At this point, we do not have any photos available of this plan at this time.
Thank you and have a wonderful day!
Date Posted: 16-Jul-13
Q:I thought I read somewhere this comes with a 2 car detached garage. Is that correct?
A:No, but we do offer 86341 which has the garage attached.
Date Posted: 02-Jul-12
Q:Can I make modifications to this plan?
A:Yes you can! Please click the "Modifications" tab above to get more information.
Q:What is the estimated price to build this plan?
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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