Introducing a stunning 4-bedroom Craftsman-style home with a vaulted family room, offering 2,291 heated sq. ft. of living space. This charming house plan features an eye-catching shed dormer, which adds to its curb appeal and provides natural light for the third bedroom. The main floor boasts a formal dining room that seamlessly connects to the foyer, creating an open and spacious feel. At the heart of the home is a massive vaulted family room with a fireplace that can be seen from the kitchen, making it perfect for entertaining guests or spending quality time with family.

Home Details:

– 4 Bedrooms
– 3 Bathrooms
– 2 Stories
– 2 Car Attached Garage (420 sq. ft.)
– Total Heated Area: 2,291 sq. ft.
– First Floor: 1,764 sq. ft.
– Second Floor: 527 sq. ft.
– Porch (Combined): 169 sq. ft.

Types of Lots it Could Go On:

This Craftsman house plan is suitable for various types of lots due to its versatile layout and modest dimensions (50′ width x 55′ depth). It could easily fit on suburban lots or even in more rural settings with larger acreage.

MLS Listing:

Property Type: Single Family Home
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Step into this gorgeous Craftsman-style home featuring four spacious bedrooms and three full bathrooms across two stories of living space totaling at an impressive heated area of 2,291 square feet! With its inviting open floor plan that includes a large vaulted family room with fireplace and adjacent kitchen complete with bar top island seating, this home is perfect for entertaining guests or simply enjoying everyday life in comfort and style.

Additional highlights include:
– Formal dining room
– Breakfast nook opening to optional covered terrace
– Master suite on main floor providing privacy
– Two additional bedrooms on upper floor
– Attached 2-car garage (420 sq. ft.)
– Exterior walls: Standard 2×4
– Foundation options: Slab, Crawl, Basement

Don’t miss the opportunity to make this beautiful Craftsman-style house your new home. Schedule a showing today!


Finish Out Options and Costs:

1. Flooring:
a. Hardwood flooring – $8 to $25 per sq. ft. (including installation)
b. Carpet – $3 to $5 per sq. ft. (including installation)
c. Tile – $5 to $15 per sq. ft. (including installation)
d. Laminate – $3 to $7 per sq.ft (including installation)

2. Kitchen Countertops:
a. Granite – $50 to $200 per sq.ft (including installation)
b. Quartz – $50 to $150 per sq.ft (including installation)
c.Laminate -$20 to$60 per sq.ft(including installation)

a.Interior Painting -$1,000-$4,000(depending on the size of the house and paint quality)

4.Crown Molding:
a.Installation of crown molding -$7-$16per linear foot.

5.Fireplace Surrounds and Mantels:
a.Wooden mantel-$400-$2,000
b.Stone or marble surround-1,000-3,500

6.Bathroom Fixtures:
c.Shower Enclosure -$800-2,500

7.Kitchen Appliances Package:
Stainless Steel Package:
Refrigerator: $900 –$4,000
Range: $600 –$3,500
Dishwasher: $400 –$1,300
Microwave: $300 –$800

8.Light Fixtures and Ceiling Fans:
Ceiling fans:$100-$700

9.Window Treatments:
Curtains:$20-100(per panel)
Blinds:$40-200(per window)
Shutters:$100-350(per window)

10. HVAC System:
Central air conditioning and heating system – $4,000 to $7,000 (including installation)

11. Landscaping:
Basic landscaping package – $3,000 to $5,000

Please note that these costs are approximate and may vary depending on location, materials chosen, and labor costs.


Based on the provided information, here is a list of materials needed to build the house:

1. Concrete for foundation (Slab, Crawl, Basement)
2. Lumber for framing (2x4s)
3. Roofing materials (shingles, underlayment, flashing)
4. Exterior wall sheathing
5. Exterior siding (Craftsman style)
6. Insulation for walls and attic
7. Drywall for interior walls and ceilings
8. Flooring materials (hardwood, tile, carpet)
9. Interior doors and trim
10. Windows and exterior doors
11. Kitchen cabinets and countertops
12. Bathroom fixtures (bathtubs, showers, toilets, sinks)
13. Plumbing pipes and fittings
14. Electrical wiring and fixtures (lights, switches, outlets)
15. HVAC system (heating and air conditioning equipment and ductwork)
16. Fireplace materials (stone or brick veneer)
17- Porch construction materials
18- Garage door(s)
19- Paints or stains for interior/exterior surfaces

Please note that this list may not be exhaustive as additional items may be required based on specific design choices or local building codes/requirements.

The subcontractors will handle mechanical drawings including the location of heating/air equipment & ductwork as well as plumbing drawings with pipe sizes & locations.

Energy calculations will be handled locally when required.

This plan does not include Architectural or Engineering Stamp; Site Plan; Mechanical Drawings; Plumbing Drawings; Energy calculations – these items are handled locally if required by local building codes/requirements.

It’s important to consult with your contractor to ensure all necessary permits are obtained before starting construction.

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