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Ranch House Plan With Carport in Rear, 1640 Sq Ft, 3 Beds, 2 Baths and a 2 Car Garage
Ranch House Plan With Carport in Rear (Plan 59936) has 1,640 square feet of living space. Including the carport, the exterior dimensions are 55' wide by 55' deep. Buyers will choose this home because it has 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, which is adequately-sized for the average family. In addition, several storage spaces are sprinkled throughout the design. Plus, the large laundry room is helpful to busy families. This well-designed plan provides an abundance of amenities for a minimal square footage.
3 Bedroom House Plan With Carport in Rear
Mom and Dad will choose this home because it has a great primary bedroom. Firstly, the master suite is located far away from the children's bedrooms. This arrangement is great when the kids are having a sleepover. Your bedroom is far removed from the late-night chatter. Secondly, the main bedroom is very roomy. It features a trayed ceiling which starts at 9' and extends to 10', and the bedroom floor space is 12'4 wide by 14'6 deep. Thirdly, the master suite has a wonderful bathroom. The ensuite includes an enclosed toilet, jet tub, separate shower, his and her vanities, and two linen cabinets. The master closet measures 8'10 wide by 6' deep.
Bedrooms 2 and 3 are located on the left side of House Plan With Carport in Rear 59936. The kids share a full bathroom with combination tub/shower. Store extra towels in the linen closet off the hallway. Each child has a standard sized closet. The bedrooms are almost the same size, so the kids won't have any reason to fight over the bigger bedroom. When it comes time for getting chores done, the laundry room is located right outside of the master suite. It includes a utility sink and counter space for folding clothes.
L-Shaped Kitchen and Gas Log Fireplace
The great room has gas logs as well as built-in cabinets and 10' ceilings that make it a great place to relax and spend time with family and friends. Furthermore, the great room is so large that you can set up an office space in the corner if you want to work from home. We recommend installing a wall-mounted desk to preserve the appearance of open space. The L-shaped kitchen and large center island also contribute to the easy navigation of family and guests. Kids will enjoy sitting on a barstool and finishing their homework after school. Guests may sit at the island or at the kitchen table: both options keep them close for easy conversation.
In conclusion, the rear covered porch provides a great space for those summer cookouts as well as being within close proximity to the well-equipped kitchen. The two car carport provides easy access to the rear porch and also includes a large storage space. Make this your family's next home!
|Total Living Area:||1640 sq ft|
|Main Living Area:||1640 sq ft|
Stem Wall Slab
|Number of Stories:||1|
|Max Ridge Height:||23'9 from Front Door Floor Level|
|Primary Roof Pitch:||8:12|
|Roof Load:||40 psf|
|Porch:||386 sq ft|
|1st Floor Master:||Yes|
|Main Ceiling Height:||9'|
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A: Hello, The roof slope is 8/12. The rear porch has a 4/12 slope. Exterior walls are 9' tall, except the front porch which is 11'. Thanks.
A: See plan 59969 for the basement version. Thanks.
A: Hello, No, the slab comes with details for raised slab, and also slab on grade type. Raised slab is the type with concrete block around the perimeter, then the foundation is back filled, and the slab poured on top of that elevated platform so it appears raised 8" or more. Slab on grade is the type where they build a flat pad of dirt, then use lumber to form the perimeter, and pour the slab and footings at the same time. Also called monolithic. This is the same thing as a typical "Post tension slab", but without the post tension cables. Your contractor can add the post tension cables as required by your local code. If you need a post tension slab design, that would need to be done by a local designer or engineer. Thanks.
A: Hello, This house is NOT a 55'x55' square. It has offsets, and an irregular shape. Therefore you cannot multiply 55x55 to obtain the footage. The footages are 1640 s.f. heated, 948 s.f. unheated, total under roof footage is 2588 s.f. We assure you, these are correct. Thanks.
A: Hello, Rear porch is 10', main house is 34', front porch is 6', those total 50', not including the garage.
A: Hello, The front porch depth could be reduced one foot, and then the carport reduced 5 feet, or we could eliminate the storage room and coat closet, then shift the carport forward four feet to reduce the overall depth by 6 feet. The cost to modify the plans would be $425 in addition to the plan package. Allow 3 to 4 working days for prelims, and another 4 to 8 working days for final plans. Thanks.
A: Hello, We suggest making those minor changes onsite with the builder since they are so simple. Thanks.
A: Hello, Sure, that wall could very easily be shifted onsite by the builder. We can modify the plan package for an extra $200, but we suggest making that change onsite since its minor. Thanks.
A: See plan 59976 for a version of this plan with a two car garage, instead of the carport. We dont have this exact plan with the bonus room above, but we do have a slightly larger version, which is plan 59134. Its 1888 s.f. heated, plus the bonus room. We could start with plan 59936 or 59976 and shift the garage back to create a space for the bonus room stairs, then add the bonus room above the garage. The fee would be $450 in addition to the plan package. Allow 4 to 5 working days for preliminary plans, and another 6 to 10 working days for final plans. Thanks.
A: Sure. The house already has a brick skirt all the way around the bottom. So the foundation is already designed to allow for brick. Just tell your contractor to continue the brick all the way up the exterior walls, instead of using the siding. That would be an easy site change to make. Thanks.
A: Hello, Sure, it would be easy to make this change onsite with the builder. The flue pipe would be just a little to the right of the front door on the roof above.
A: Hello, The refrigerator can be shifted towards the rear about 3 feet to make space for a pantry cabinet located where the refrigerator is now. The stove would be recentered on the remaining counter space. This can be done onsite with the builder. Thanks.
A: Hello, We assume that your asking whether the carport could be enclosed to make it a garage, instead of a carport. Yes. You can do that very easily onsite. You may like plan 59976 which is a slight variation of the same plan with a garage already shown. Notice that this plan also comes with 2x6 exterior walls, and the master bedroom has been widened 2 feet by taking space from the great room. Thanks. Stephen Mathis, CPBD
A: The basement version of the House Plan #59936 is House Plan #59988. Please look at the new plan #59988 this should provide you with what you are looking for without the modification costs. I hope you have a blessed day.
A: Hello, There is approx. 14 feet in the middle of the attic that could have 5 foot or more headroom. If a room were placed in the middle over the kitchen/eating/great room area, the width would need to widened by four feet in order to add stairs along the left side of great room or eating area. The great room ceiling would need to be lowered to 9', and the window in the gable over the front porch could be open to the playroom. The ceilings would be sloped on two sides., and the gabled area over the front porch. Perhaps a better option would be to create a bonus room above the carport, and shift it back four feet to create a space to add stairs from the entry hall. The roof slope over the garage would need to be raised to 12/12, which would allow for a 12x22 bonus room with five foot tall sidewalls, sloped ceilings on two sides, and a flat 8 or 9 foot ceiling in the middle. There would be a window on the rear. We assume you are just asking for comments, not a quote to modify the plans. If you need a quote later, just let us know. Thanks.
A: Hello, No,that is a computer generated rendering.. We asked the renderer to make it "grey" and this is what we got. You will just have to choose the closest color you can find, as this is not any particular product. Thanks. Modification Department Stephen Mathis, CPBD
A: Hello, 7/12 slope will lower the main ridge by 20". 6/12 slope will lower it by 40".
A: Hello, I assure you, it is 55' x 55' The room sizes dont include the stud walls, and some may be off an inch or two here and there, but I have the actual plan here, and it is definitely 55x55.
For instance- The actual plan shows 12'-10" width including stud walls for bedroom 3, 20' width great room, 12'-2" width master, and 10' width master bath. Those equal 55' when added together.
The front porch is 6 ' deep, its 27' from front of master bath to back of storage room, and 22' deep garage. These equal 55 feet total.
Have a good day.
A: Hello, Yes, we do. See plan 59134, and 59155 (basement), or 59167 (hip roofs,different front) We can modify any of these.
A: 8'-6" wide, and five feet deep
A: Hello, The plans come showing it as just decorative. It is located in a way that you COULD open it up to the great room, IF you vaulted the great room ceiling. Now the window will be above the front door, so it wont be in the center of the great room, so we just left it as decorative, but it could be either way. However you want it. God bless!
A: Hello, The columns are shown as having 12" bases, so the columns would be about 10". You could put whatever you want there. Structurally, most any size column will work. Rule of thumb for proper proportion is 1" width per foot in height. These are about 10 feet tall, so they need to be at LEAST 10" in my opinion. Smaller columns look weak, cheap, and tacky. 8" square columns would still look fine on this one, but smaller than that would not. I have attached the side view for you. Have a great day and God bless! Stephen Mathis, CPBDView Attached File
A: Hello, The main doorways and the bedrooms all have at least 32” wide doors which is handicap accessible. It is best to have 36” doors where possible, but unless we widen some halls, then they wont work in most locations. The hall bath only has a 24” door, but the master bath is a 32”. The master closet and toilet are only 24”. So we can modify the plan to have larger doors if you will let me know whether you are content with it the way it is, or if you want it altered to have all 36” doors. Thanks and God bless!
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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