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The Allen Hill front house plan elevation
 

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HDC-1818B-1 - The Allen Hill

Living Sq. Ft: 1818 sq. ft. Floors 1
Bedrooms: 3 Width 72 ft. - 4 in.
Baths: 2 Depth 52 ft. - 0 in.
Available Foundations:
Basement
Architectural Styles:
Craftsman / Country / Cottage

As low as: $950.00

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This inviting craftsman home includes all the features that you and your family have always dreamed of having. The well-appointed floor plan design makes use of every available space while providing many extras that you would expect to find in a much larger home. The entry foyer, adjacent to the formal dining, opens into the great room that features trayed ceilings as well as built in cabinets and a gas log fireplace. A second eating area is provided within close proximity to the well-equipped kitchen and features beautiful views. The kitchen also includes an eating bar and island that provides plenty of cabinet and counter space. The master suite also features trayed ceilings as well as a large walk-in closet, tub and separate shower, dual lavatories, and enclosed toilet area. The other two bedrooms are well-sized, have walk-in closets, and share a compartmented bath. The oversized garage is large enough for today's vehicles and also includes a separate storage area. This design truly features everything that makes a house a home.

 

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HDC-18007-1, HDC-1509B-1, HDC-18006-1, HDC-2199-1
 

Front Elevation:


Front Image

1st Floor Plan:


1st Floor Plan

Rear Elevation:


Rear Elevation
House Plan Features:

HDC-1818B-1

Specifications: Square Footage:
Bedrooms 3
Baths 2
Floors 1
Garage / Stalls Yes
 
Available Foundations:
Basement
 
Architectural Styles:
Craftsman / Country / Cottage
 
Designer Comments:
First Floor: 1,1818 sq. ft. (living)
Front Porch: 100 sq. ft. (unheated)
Rear Porch: 239 sq. ft. (unheated)
Garage: 570 sq. ft. (unheated)
Storage: 75 sq. ft. (unheated)

 
Related House Plans:
HDC-18007-1, HDC-1509B-1, HDC-18006-1, HDC-2199-1
 
Total Heated 1818
Total Unheated 1039
Total 2857
 
Home Dimensions & Footprint:
Width 72 ft. - 4 in.
Depth 52 ft. - 0 in.
Ridge Height 22 ft. - 7 in.
 
Other Floor Plan Information:
Roof Pitch 10 in 12
Exterior Wall Construction 2x4
Ceiling Height 9
Roof Type(s) Gable
House Plan Pricing:
CAD File Set:  $ 1525.00
Reproducible Sets:   $ 1200.00
5 Sets:   $ 1015.00
1 Set:   $ 950.00
Available Options
Materials List:   $ 130.00
Extra Sets:   $ 60.00
Full Reverse Set:   $ 150.00
Mirror Reverse Set:   $ 55.00
Color Rendering :   $ 60.00
 
 

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In addition to the house plans you order, you may also need a site plan that shows where the house is going to be located on the property. You might also need beams sized to accommodate roof loads specific to your region. Your home builder can usually help you with this. You may also need a septic design unless your lot is served by a sanitary sewer system. Many areas now have area-specific energy codes that also have to be followed. This normally involves filling out a simple form providing documentation that your house plans are in compliance.

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