Traditional House Plan 7-600

Traditional Style House Plans Plan: 7-600

4 Bedroom , 2 Bath Traditional House Plan #7-600

Key Specs

  • 2286 Sq. Ft.
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 2-1/2 Baths
  • 2 Stories
  • 2 Garages

House Plan Purchase Options

What's included?
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(Allow 3 - 4 weeks for delivery)

$300

(Allow 3 - 4 weeks for delivery)

$600

(110 mph or less)

$250

$200

Optional Add-Ons

$335

$150

Extra Sets
$ 50 /each

SUBTOTAL

$0

House Plan Highlights

This country two-story home has a front porch thatпїЅs perfect for enjoying your morning paper or for watching the kids play in the front yard. Inside, the kitchen, dining and living rooms flow together to create a livable floor plan thatпїЅs large enough to hold those holiday get-togethers with the entire family. The master suite has a pampering back porch with private access for quiet evenings away from the kids. Upstairs, two of the three bedrooms share a Jack and Jill bathroom while the third bedroom has its own. All three have spacious walk-in closets and there is also room for an additional study or loft area.

This floor plan is found in our Traditional house plans section.

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Floor Plans

main floor
Main Floor Plan: 7-600
Upper/Second Floor
Upper/Second Floor Plan: 7-600

Rear/Alternate Elevations

Rear Elevation
Rear Elevation Plan: 7-600

FULL SPECS & FEATURES

Total Living Area (finished)

Total Sq. Ft.: 2286
Upper floor: 1003
Main floor: 1283

Beds/Baths

Bedrooms: 4
Full Baths: 2
Half Baths: 1

Garage

Garage: 428
Garage Stalls: 2

Levels

2 stories

Dimension

Width: 38' 0"
Depth: 59' 0"
Height: 28' 0"

Roof slope

8:12 (primary)
6:12 (secondary)

Walls (exterior)

2"x4"

Ceiling heights

9' (Main)
8' (Upper)

FOUNDATION OPTIONS

Daylight basement

Standard With Plan

Crawlspace

$335

Slab

$335

Frequently Asked Questions About This Plan

Question: can 2x6\'s be used with this plan? Are the roofs a truss or stick built? Is HVAC plans available for this. thanks

Answer: Yes, it can. In most cases, this is a very simple change that you can make on the plans yourself. This is a truss roof. HVAC is not shown on the plans. It is not possible to do in advance without knowing about your particular climate and local energy codes. That is why these systems are designed by the local contractor.