This home is perfect for active living. Its rectangular design allows the use of truss roof framing which makes construction easy and economical. The galley-style kitchen and the sunny dining area are kept open to the living room forming one huge activity space. Two sets of sliding glass doors expand the living area to the large deck. The secluded master bedroom offers a private bath while the remaining bedrooms share a hall bath. The two baths the laundry facilities and the kitchen are clustered to allow common plumbing walls. Plan H-921-1A has a standard crawlspace foundation and an optional solar-heating system. Plan H-921-2A has a Plen-Wood system which utilizes the sealed crawlspace as a chamber for distributing heated or cooled air. Both versions of the design call for energy-efficient 2x6 exterior walls. Learn More
This home includes both a covered porch and rear covered patio. It has a 12' high arched ceiling separating the 10' high living area and the 9' high dining-kitchen area. The den features a 10'-high ceiling with passive solar. A beautiful corner-glass fireplace is located next to the entertainment center.
The home was built with an unattached garage but could be added to the floor plan off the utility room. This is a lot of home for its 1564 square-feet energy-efficient compact design.
Included with the plans is a two-zone radiant floor heating tube and heat recovery ventilation layout. As will all our plans you receive our 102-page Conservation Guide providing the latest in building science and cost-effective energy-savings features.