Thursday, May 13, 2021

Clementine

A MODERN FARMHOUSE

The Clementine is a conceptual design of a modern farmhouse that can be modified to fit your lifestyle. The possibilities are endless with this house plan. An open floor plan with beamed ceilings? A two story open kitchen with lots of windows? How about a glass breezeway between the garage and kitchen that could serve as a mud room that overlooks a koi pond in the back yard? The design is similar to Miley Cyrus home in Franklin, TN. The interior images provided are not from the Clementine, they are pictures of Mileys home and provided as an example of the interior design you could create for the Clementine.

Price - $895.00

KEY SPECS

2400-3500

sq ft

3-4

Bed

2-3

Baths

2

Floors

2

Garages

PLAN DESCRIPTION

Customized this plan!

Customize this plan just for your family. Our Accelerated Custom Design program can get a first draft in your hands in as little as 10 days.

The Clementine is an undeveloped plan with an open slate. You can redesign the exterior and just allow your imagination to go wild inside. Here’s an example of what we mean; below are images of Miley Cyrus’s home in Tennessee. Can you imagine how the Clementine house plan could look similar?

FAQ

Standard Features:
Bedrooms : 3-4   
Baths : 3 1/2
Stories: 2             
Garages: 2+ car

 
 

Dimension:
Depth : TBD       
Width : TBD

 

Area:

Total : 2000+ sq/ft 

Main Floor : TBD sq/ft
2nd Floor : TBD sq/ft
Crawl Space : slab or basement

Porch :   sq/ft
Garage : 2+ sq/ft
 
 
 

Ceiling:
Main Ceiling : 9′

 

Roof:

Primary Pitch : 10/12
Roof Material : TBD
Porch Pitch : 2/12
Roof Framing : Conventional
 
 
 

Exterior Wall Framing:

Exterior Wall
Framing : 2×6
Finish : Siding
 
 
 
 
Vaulted Ceiling:

Walk In Closets
 

Kitchen Features:
Kitchen Island
Walk In Pantry 

 

 

Additional Room Features:

Barn Slider Doors
 
Theater Room/Game Room
 
 

Garage Features:
2+ car garage with breezeway

 

-First Floor Plan
-Second Floor Plan
-Roof Plan
-Front and Rear Elevation
-Right and Left Elevation
-First & Second Floor Electrical Plan
-First & Second Floor Plumbing Plan
-First & Second Floor HVAC Plan
-Foundation Plan
-Roof Framing Plan
-Second Floor I-Joist Plan
-Doors & Windows Schedule

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