Colonial Revival 1969 - Front Elevation_2400

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4

BEDS

5.5

BATHS

4635

SQ. FT.

4

BEDS

5.5

BATHS

4635

SQ. FT.

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Plan Details

The 1969 Colonial Revival has been featured in Southern Living Magazine and it’s easy to see why!

This four bedroom, five and a half bathroom open-concept home has features that everyone can appreciate. With three covered porches and a screened-in porch, homeowners can enjoy their property to its fullest. The kitchen boasts a large island and is open to the family room and a spacious breakfast area, with butler’s pantry access to the dining room. A cozy office nook sits just off of the kitchen, with enough privacy to be productive, while still being centrally located in the home.

The covered porch off of the family room opens onto a screened porch, and an additional covered porch sits just off of the breakfast area. The main floor master suite has a spacious closet, large bathroom, and access to the screened porch. A study with a full bathroom in the front of the house allows for a separate space for work or relaxation.

The laundry room is located between the two garages and next to the friend’s entry and includes a laundry pass. Three garage bays allow for ample storage on the main floor.

The second level of the 1969 Colonial Revival has three bedrooms with private bathrooms and walk-in closets, a bonus room with a covered porch, and a generous walk-in storage area.

What’s included:

  1. Foundation Plan – ¼” scale: Documentation of the footings, foundation walls, and basic structure. A licensed structural engineer may be required at the Owner’s expense.
    First Floor Plan – ¼” scale: Location and sizes of rooms, door and window sizes, dimensions, and notes of special concern.
  2. Second Floor Plan – ¼” scale: Location and sizes of rooms, door and window sizes, dimensions, and notes of special concern.
  3. Roof Plan – ¼” scale: Documentation of the proposed roof form indicating slopes and special roof structures and their locations.
  4. Elevations – ¼” scale: Front, rear, right and left side exterior elevations. Documentation of the exterior design with indications of heights, materials, and details.
  5. Building Details – 1” scale: Selected exterior details (cornice details, porch details, etc.).

Our home plan packages offer a complete design of our homes. However, due to the uniqueness of each building site, our Construction Documents are not fully engineered to meet the requirements of each local building code, specific regional conditions, and individual building site. The plans are intended to indicate design intent and basic construction detailing. It is your responsibility to ensure that you have obtained the proper professional assistance to provide standard construction details and practices, which will result in a structurally sound and weatherproofed finished product. Variations in standard sizes (i.e. windows and doors), thicknesses, types and uses of different materials can change details. Local codes, ordinances, regulations, foundation requirements, and the layout of mechanical, electrical and plumbing may also require changes to the details.

What’s not included:

  1. Architectural and Engineering stamps – Some cities and states require a licensed architect or engineer to review and stamp a set of Construction Documents. If your local building department requires one, you will need to engage a local architect or engineer for review and stamping.
  2. Site-specific foundation plan – The included foundation plan is meant to serve as a basic guide for a typical foundation and is not site or location-specific. Sailer Design LLC recommends that you have a local designer or licensed engineer to review the plans and provide a site-specific foundation plan as necessary.
  3. Heating, plumbing and electrical plans – Due to variations in climate and building codes, these should be supplied by local contractors. We suggest you have a local electrical engineer, mechanical engineer, or builder provide these drawings as required for permits and construction.
  4. Material quantity list – Once your personal selections are made (types of windows, doors, exterior materials, etc…) this list should be obtained from your contractor or local building materials supplier.
  5. Material selections – Final material selections are the responsibility of you and your builder, including proper installation.

What’s included:

  1. Foundation Plan – ¼” scale: Documentation of the footings, foundation walls, and basic structure. A licensed structural engineer may be required at the Owner’s expense.
    First Floor Plan – ¼” scale: Location and sizes of rooms, door and window sizes, dimensions, and notes of special concern.
  2. Second Floor Plan – ¼” scale: Location and sizes of rooms, door and window sizes, dimensions, and notes of special concern.
  3. Roof Plan – ¼” scale: Documentation of the proposed roof form indicating slopes and special roof structures and their locations.
  4. Elevations – ¼” scale: Front, rear, right and left side exterior elevations. Documentation of the exterior design with indications of heights, materials, and details.
  5. Building Details – 1” scale: Selected exterior details (cornice details, porch details, etc.).

 
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Highlights

overall dimensions 96' w x 77' d

  • 4635 square feet
  • Large, covered porches
  • Study with full bathroom
  • Friend’s entry to connect guests to the living space
  • Upstairs bonus room with covered porch

This plan is available as a
Southern Living house plan.

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