* Note: Total Living Area does not include garage, covered
porch, deck, patio, storage square footage, etc.
First Floor: 600 sq. ft. (living)
Front Porch: 180 sq. ft. (unheated)
Rear Porch: 180 sq. ft. (unheated)
Designed for a weekend get-a-way for the woods, the lake, or the beach. Relax all summer/winter long in this cottage featuring everything you need for the ideal vacation. Features an over-sized bedroom with large walk-in closet. Large coat closet. Expansive 12' x 30' attic storage space is ideal for storing all the "stuff" you need. A quaint house with down-home style and comfort.
Living Sq. Ft:
Unheated Sq. Ft.: 360
Total Sq. Ft.: 960
Width: 30 ft. - 0 in.
Depth: 32 ft. - 0 in.
Foundation Type(s) Available:
Number of Cars:
12 in 12
Sec. Roof Pitch:
4 in 12
19 ft. - 8 in.
Main Ceiling Height: 8 ft.
House Plan Packages
CAD File Set:
PDF File Set:
If you don't see what you're looking for (i.e. Foundation Types, Materials Lists, House Plan Options, etc), call us at or email us at .
Right-Reading Reverse Set:
Mirror Reverse Floorplan:
Color Rendering :
/ call for details
Would you like to send this plan to your...husband? wife? friends? parents? We provide an easy and quick way to do just that. Simply complete the below form and click "Send". That's it!!
Optional Foundation Types
Optional Slab Foundation :
Call for details
Optional Crawlspace Foundation :
Call for details
Optional Basement Foundation :
Call for details
Optional Walkout Basement Foundation :
Call for details
Optional Daylight Basement Foundation :
Call for details
Optional Other Foundation :
Call for details
Additional House Plan Images
1st Floor Plan:
Want to See Even More Reasons Why People Choose Detroit House Plans.com Over All Other Home Designers?
We decided it was time to get rid of the mold-infested, dry-rotted modular we had lived in since 1986.
When we paid off the mortgage on our farm, we decided it was time to get rid of the mold-infested, dry-rotted modular we had lived in since 1986. I began looking for floor plans that incorporated what I wanted in a dream home. I knew I wanted an open floor plan, all walk-in-closets, a two-car garage, and a bonus room above the garage. After looking online for several months, I ran across the floor plan and decided that was my dream house. We have built as "green" a home as possible. The house is built at a 12 degree angle to the south for energy conservation. The HVAC and the water heater are geothermal. The kitchen floor is cork. The office floor is bamboo. The carpeting throughout the home is made from corn. We hope HVAC and the water heater will save us many dollars and the brick exterior will keep the cold wind from howling through in the cold winter months. Thanks Mark, Stephen, Jason and April for helping us to make our dreams a reality!
We reached our goal in paying off our property. We looked up house plans and found our custom builder. This was the best move we could had made! Selling our home in the city to build our new country house that is perfect. We have been living in it for about 4 months and we enjoy it every day. Our family and friends are in love with our house. I want to thank you again for the perfect house plan.
We constantly receive compliments about how beautiful the home is...
I went online and found your house plans and loved them! We were looking to build something a little smaller, than the house we previously had, as we were moving from the gulf coast up to north Mississippi. When I found this plan, it was perfect for us. We constantly receive compliments about how beautiful the home is and how the floorplan is so well laid-out and utilizes every square inch of space. I really enjoyed building the home, and would recommend this designer, wholeheartedly, to anyone looking for a beautiful, well-designed, and affordable home design...
The house and its design brings rave reviews from everyone...
We had a great experience with your company, website, plans and the people who helped us. We are about 3 weeks out from completion with the cabinets and painting on our new home being completed this week. The house and its design brings rave reviews from everyone. It sits on an acre of land that gently slopes to a wild type habitat with a small creek just off the property. We used native limestone (chopped) and used a 30 year matching shingle. The house and setting are really great. Thanks to you and all your wonderful people.
It was a WONDERFUL experience, and I can't say enough good about the house plans!
It all started with the beautiful lot we bought. The three acre lot had a lot of character. There was a hill on one side and it was a corner lot. Next came the house plans. We knew that we wanted to build a ranch house. We looked at a lot of house plans, and when I found this plan, I had alot of questions. The designer's team helped me every step of the way, and they were very nice and easy to work with. I would recommend them to everyone and if I ever were to build again I would use them in a heart beat. I love my home. My top 3 favorite features of my house include: 1.)I love my 3-way fireplace. You can see it from so many areas in the house. You can see it from the dinning room, kitchen and the greatroom. Its a great feature that helps divide the rooms instead of a wall. 2.) I love my walk-out basement with the french doors and the two full windows. The light that comes into the windows and doors are wonderful they really brighten up the basement, and finally 3.) I love the outside of my house which is all stone, brick, shake and siding... no wood, no maintenance. We did make some changes to the original floor plan. House Plan Gallery made it so easy and very inexpensive. When I did do the changes, they were done right and quick. I also had no problems with the city on my house plans. Everything was done right and everything was up to code. Everyone that worked on the house had no problems with the blue prints.
We upgraded the ceiling by switching to 9ft. ceilings throughout the whole house. We made the master bedroom a cathedral ceiling and we did the same in the greatroom. In our dining area we did a beautiful tray ceiling with rope lighting. We wanted our greatroom to be bigger so we took out the foyer and extended the greatroom into that area. The guys at this company were definitely "on their game" when they realized that changes in the roof had to be made because of the changes in the greatroom. On the right side of the house we took out the three bathrooms and only went with one. The original plan in the master bedroom had three doors. One coming in the bedroom, the closet door and the bathroom door. We eliminated the closet door. You go through the masterbath to get in the closet and can get to his and her closets. Its works out great. If I'm getting ready for work and Tom's sleeping, I can close the door and get totally ready and not bother him. When you walk into the house from the garage there is a flex space that is on the origal floor plan. The change we made there was to take that out and put a half bathroom, it works out great. If Tom's working in the garage or we have a party out side, Tom or our guest don't have to use the masterbath room or walk across to the other side of the house. We also bumped out the french doors that come off the dining room. We put bay windows so when the french doors opened they would not interfere with the table. Our 2 favorite and most special changes we love are the three way fire place that helps divide the great room and dinning area, and the walk out basement with two full windows and french doors. So the house looks like a ranch from some angles but from others, it looks two story. Now check this out, the outside is gorgeous. We used stone, brick, shake and siding in the house. A lot going on, but it flows. No wood is on the outside, we didn't want anything we had to do maintenance on every year or every other year. We also decided to use foam insulation. It comes out of a machine and then swells up in the wall cavity and you then shave the extra foam off. Our basement called, at first for 10 poles. We reconstructed the floor joists and now we have only 2 in the basement. The basement floor we used stamped concrete. We also used a Geothermal system to heat and cool our house. I'm so proud of my house; I thank everyone that made this a great experience. My husband was the general contractor, he did it all, I give all the credit to him. I was very satisfied with the outcome. I would be happy to recommend anyone interested in building a new home to work with these guys. It was a WONDERFUL experience, and I can't say enough good about the house plans!
It's a beautiful bungalow style home, all on one level with a fabulous master suite, a large great room, two covered porches and two additional bedrooms as well as attached two car garage.
I bought this house plan with the intent to build a future "retirement" home in Port Townsend, a seaside community on the Olympic Peninsula in Washington State. It's a beautiful bungalow style home, all on one level with a fabulous master suite, a large great room, two covered porches and two additional bedrooms as well as attached two car garage. I especially liked this plan because of the varied roof line which gives it fabulous curb appeal and the great room which makes it feel a lot bigger than it's 1500 square feet. Some of my favorite features are that it has two covered porches, a large and luxurious master suite, and it is all one one level. The home is built on a level and private wooded lot, 2 blocks from the beach and the Strait of Juan de Fuca. In the morning, the sun shines down through the trees onto the back porch and you can sit there sipping your coffee and watch the very tame deer wander through the forest and right up to the house. We painted the house in a combination of forest green, tan, and off white trim with a dark cherry stain on the front door. It looks perfect in the woods and makes a wonderful addition to the neighborhood. I would definately recommend this designer to anyone looking for a new home...