This two-story Craftsman bungalow would be equally at home in a suburban neighborhood or a retreat setting. Family living areas fill the main floor, where the living room flows into the dining room and on into the kitchen. All of these spaces are naturally bright. A good-sized hobby room and a fully outfitted utility room are nearby.
Craftsman detailing adds nostalgic charm to this update of a country-style cottage house plan. On the ground floor, spacious formal and informal gathering spaces fill the left wing. A den, utility room, half bath, and luxurious owners' suite are on the right side, along with direct access to the garage. Three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a study are upstairs.
Windows fill most of the rear wall of the vaulted great room at the heart of this comfortably spacious European house plan. From the kitchen, you can watch TV or converse with family and friends in the great room, or the dining room. Extra rooms include: a guest room and a hobby room on the main floor, and a den and an unfinished bonus room upstairs.
A rhapsody of shapes and textures makes this estate-size contemporary chalet home plan a treat for the eye, inside and out. A kitchen, dining area and living room fill the hexagonal great room at its core. Two bedroom suites extend off to the right and left, and more sleeping areas, along with a huge recreation room and a spacious shop, fill the daylight basement below.
The European feel of this home constructed by Bella Chateau Homes, Inc. is distinct by it's clipped gables, an iron balcony, siding and stone details. In the great room windows fill the living room's rear wall with a wide-hearthed fireplace between them. The nook is completely open to this large space, as is the kitchen to the nook.
Bella Chateau Homes, Inc. is committed to timeless old world design and quality craftsmanship with exceptional detail. Old world design fits their desire to create the ambiance of an European estate or manor in a relaxed, comfortable home.
Associated Designs is please to profile this fine home by Taylor Made Homes. Built in Eugene Oregon the photographs below highlight the quality construction to which Joe Taylor provides. Associated Designs provided drafting services on this project, and have assisted Joe's clients with custom home design and plan modification services. Continue to follow this post to watch this homes progress.
Below is Taylor Made Homes, Inc. new construction project.Associated Designs is please to profile this fine home by Taylor Made Homes. Built in Eugene Oregon the photographs below highlight the quality construction to which Joe Taylor provides. Associated Designs provided drafting services on this project, and have assisted Joe's clients with custom home design and plan modification services. Continue to follow this post to watch this homes progress.
Below is Taylor Made Homes, Inc. new construction project. It's a 3 bed 2.5 bath home with a 2-car garage and covered porches located in downtown Eugene, in the South Eugene School District. Available now and scheduled to be completed by the end of August 2010.
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In the linked gathering spaces that form the core of this contemporary, cottage home plan, windows fill most of the rear wall. In the kitchen, cabinets and counters wraps around three sides of a central work island with a flush eating counter fronting the dining area. Owners' suite amenities include a deep walk-in closet and a luxurious bathroom.
Naturally bright contemporary country house plan with craftsman accents. The great room with gas fireplace is completely open to the kitchen and nook. This plan also features spacious main-floor owners' suite; two bedrooms, baths and bonus room upstairs.
Photo courtesy of: Future B Homes, Eugene, OR
Linked gathering spaces, awash with natural light, fill the core of this single-level shingle-style home plan with plenty of room to spread out. Standing at the kitchen sink or cook-top range, you can keep an eye on the gathering areas, both inside and out. Warmth and flames from the two-sided fireplace can be enjoyed from both the den and the great room.
Painted wooden shutters give this country-style home plan a nostalgic look, but at its core it has the expansive openness contemporary families want. The great room has a two-story ceiling, is richly windowed at the rear, and is totally open to the kitchen and nook. A den or home office is right inside the entry, and a screened porch is at the rear.
Designed for a rear down slope, this country-style home is larger than it appears from the front. Spacious family living areas fill the ground floor. Bedrooms and a huge bonus room are upstairs, and an unfinished daylight basement is below. Covered decks are on levels one and two, and a covered patio is at basement level.
We'd like to share a blog post from BYOH.com featuring cost to build information on Clearheart house plan.
Since you are interested in a ranch (one level) if you build it with a basement, you will have a huge area of non living expandable space.
That’s one advantage to ranch houses, huge basements. It’s also one disadvantage as basements aren’t cheap.
On my web site page "How to Read House Plans " I have a tip in the second paragraph that tells you that one level construction costs more per sq ft than 2 story construction, one of the reasons being the cost of a large foundation.
If your (potential) lot has enough of a slope and you can afford it, you could build a walkout basement, which would be an ideal solution.
Here’s a 2400 sq ft country home plan from Associated Designs with almost 400 sq ft of non living (bonus room) in the attic area over the garage.
Stairways near the utility room lead down to the basement and up to a large bonus room over an exceptionally deep garage.
It has an old-fashioned wrap-around porch that fronts this otherwise modern country home plan. The vaulted dining room has a central apex, giving it a gazebo-like feeling. Windows fill most of the family room s rear wall, and from the kitchen sink you have a clear view of both the family room and the scenery beyond.
Living Area: 2234 sq ft 76'0" x 56'4"
1st Floor: 2234 sq ft
Bonus Room: 489 sq ft
Garage: 755 sq ft
Garage: 3 bays, 755 sq ft
I calculated the cost to build this attractive home in Birmingham, AL by using the “Cost to Build Calculator” found on my “Getting Started” page.
I used Quality Class 6 throughout except for the foundation.
Total cost as of May, 2010 including the General Contractor’s markup of $45,708 = $370,341 = $166 per sq ft.
For an owner builder, subtract the General Contractor’s markup and it drops to $145 per sq ft.
This is a rather expensive house to build due to being a one story, full basement, and many corners.
Keep in mind, that this only a rough estimate. Read "Cost Estimating" for more information.
The design created from the 2010 Home from the Heart survey results is this year's Heartview plan. This years trend is a smaller more efficient single story ranch style home, and the great room concept remains as a strong desire. To see participants responded visit the 2010 Home from the Heart Survey Results page.
The Heartview's natural materials cover the exterior and natural light bathes the interior, thus connecting the inside living areas with this ranch home plan's surroundings. In the expansive great room at its heart, the kitchen is laid out along one wall, while a home entertainment center and fireplace line another. Glass in windows and doors fills most of the two exterior walls.