Chestnut Farm - House Plan
Chestnut Farm - House Plan
3 Beds, 2.0 Baths, 1970 SQ FT
59' Wide x 66' Deep
The Chestnut is a great, affordable 3 bedroom ranch floor plan to build, featuring dual curved wrap around porches mirrored across a vaulted great room.
- The front wrap around porch is inviting with an architecturally curved corner and classic revival style.
- Inside the foyer, the vaulted living room opens up to the kitchen with optional exposed framing throughout.
- The kitchen features tons of windows for natural light, a sit-in island with range and full size pantry cabinets next to the refrigerator.
- A modest room to the front of the plan makes a great office or workout room.
- Off of the garage, a mud room with built-in cubbies offers direct access to the laundry room. The garage included a storage room, convenient mechanical room and optional side entry.
- The three bedrooms occupy the right rear of the house. The secondary bedrooms share a sizable bathroom. The primary bedroom enjoys an en-suite bathroom with a walk-in closet.
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Heated Area: 1970 SF
Unheated Area: 1185 SF
Garage Spaces: 2
Total Width: 59
Total Depth: 66
Exterior Framing: 2x6
Roof Framing: Stick or Truss
Building Code: IRC
Foundation: Slab; Crawl; Basement
Ceiling Height: 9ft (can vary)
Note: We recommend that all plans get reviewed by a structural engineer to optimize this house plan for local design conditions (snow loads, wind loads, & seismic loads).
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PDF & CAD electronic copies of plans are emailed within 24 hours of payment. If selected, Full-size printed copies of plans are printed and shipped the same day.
The list below includes everything you need to hand off to your builder to get started:
➣Cover Sheet & General Notes
➣Foundation Plan (as selected)
➣Reflected Ceiling Plan
(includes electrical layout)
➣Exterior Elevation Plans (all sides)
➣Building Cross Sections
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Are these house plans to code & permit ready?
We design all of our plans to the current year release of the International Residential Code (IRC) which is the most widely adopted code.
However building code is administered at the local jurisdiction (there are estimated to be more than 20,000 jurisdictions in the US!).
Some locations require local site-specific structural engineering or a locally licensed architect to review and stamp plans. We always recommend hiring a structural engineer because optimizing your plan to the local site conditions can actually be a time and money saver.
Can I get a printed set of plans?
Since most towns are moving to a digital review process and contractors require a varying # of copies of printed plans, we don't offer this as an option anymore. Plans can be easily printed at your local large format printing store (Fedex, UPS Store, etc) for about $40-60/copy.
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If the plan you purchased does not work out for any reason, we will exchange for a different plan for free. (limit one use per customer)
Because we design 100% of our house plans in-house, we are the only house plan design company that offers the benefit of a price guarantee!
Can I purchase the plans now and pay for modifications or add CAD files later?
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What is the heated area and unheated area?
In short, the heated area is shaded blue/gray on the plans and the unheated area is beige.
The heated area always includes all enclosed living spaces, except for bonus rooms or attics.
The unheated area includes, garages, porches, attics and bonus rooms.
If selected, basement square footage is not included.
Can I change the materials?
The exterior and interior materials shown are just one possible option you can choose. In our construction drawings, the material is always annotated 'as specified by owner' so you are not locked into a specific material or pattern.
All materials are up to you, the owner, to pick out and specify to your contractor.
What size are the beds?
The beds shown are almost always a queen sized bed. In general, we size all primary bedrooms to fit a king sized bed and all secondary bedrooms to fit at least a queen.
Occasionally, when we put 2 beds in the same room they are double sized beds.