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1 Bedroom , 1 Bath Country House Plan #40-114

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Design Comments

12' 2 ceiling in Great Room and Bedroom. 11' 6 in Kitchen.

1 Bedroom , 1 Bath Country House Plan #40-114

Key Specs:
  • img 614 Sq. Ft.
  • img 1 Bedrooms
  • img 1 Full Baths
  • img 1 Story
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    Main Floor

    Main Floor Plan: 40-114
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FULL SPECS AND FEATURES

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Full Specs and Features

Total Living Area

Main floor: 614

Total Sq. Ft.: 614

Beds/Baths

Bedrooms: 1

Full Baths: 1

Levels

1 story

Dimension

Width: 28' 0"

Depth: 29' 10"

Height: 18' 10"

Roof slope

8:12 (primary)

Walls (exterior)

2"x6"

Ceiling heights

8' (Main)

Foundation Options

  • Crawlspace Standard With Plan
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Frequently Asked Questions About This Plan

  • Would you be kind enough to explain to me how this house should be heated? I live in the Colorado mountains at about 8500 feet in elevation, and it gets really cold in the winter. I'm not sure if I can somehow have a gas central heating unit placed in this plan, or do I have to go the baseboard heat route? Another question. Where does the breaker box go in the house? Can it be in the water heater area off of the bedroom?

    If it were mine, I would use mainly wood with electric wall units as backups. You could use a horizontal gas forced air furnace in the crawl space. I doubt if they will let you place the panel in with the water heater so the best location is probably behind the bedroom door.

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