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House Plan 9045: Shelvin

As you pass through the foyer you will see three picture windows that look out into a central courtyard space and a coat closet located near the door.To the left there is an open living space that includes a kitchen and dining area.  Read more >

House Plan Details

Sq. Ft.
2,331
Beds
2
Baths
2.0
Stories
1
Garages
2
Width
72' 5"
Depth
100' 0"
Garage
749
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$1000 
Select Foundation Options
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Crawl Space
$0 
Optional Add-Ons
Subtotal: $1000

Floor Plans

1st Floor Plan

1st Floor Plan
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House Plan Specifications

Basic Information
Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 2.0
Garage: 2
Stories: 1
Exterior Style
Contemporary
Modern
Dimensions
Height: 14' 6"
Depth: 100' 0"
Width: 72' 5"
Heated Living Space
Total Sq. Ft: 2,331
Unheated Living Space
Garage: 749
Ceiling
Upper Ceiling Ft:
Main Ceiling Ft: 9
Framing Information
Framing: Other
Roof Framing: Stick
Bedroom Features
Double Vanity Sink
Guest Suite
Master Bdrm Main Floor
Separate Tub and Shower
Walk-in Closet
Kitchen Features
Kitchen Island
Peninsula / Eating Bar
Additional Room Features
Exercise Room
Fireplace
Home Office
Laundry 1st Fl
Mud Room
Open Floor Plan

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Questions & Answers

Have questions about this plan?
Q.What is the framing for this home?
 
A.2 x 8
 
Q.Can this home be designed as passive solar?
 
A.Yes. To maximize its passive solar design, the front of this house should face East (or West, if the house is reversed). The Shevlin features ample south facing windows with purpose–designed roof overhangs, including custom aluminum solar shades, to let the sun's heat in during cooler months, and block it in the warmer months. The switch–operated clerestory windows provide day lighting and can be opened to cool the home at night. Cool air enters through the low windows and warm air exits at high windows, encouraging rapid cooling.
 
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