Introducing a fantastic investment opportunity with this 4-unit multifamily plan (Plan 11732HZ), featuring four matching 544 sq ft, 1-bedroom units. Each unit offers comfortable and efficient living spaces, perfect for renters seeking a well-designed home. The architectural style of the building is Southern Traditional, providing a charming and timeless appeal.

Home Details:

This 2,176 sq ft multifamily plan consists of two floors, each housing two units. Each unit features a spacious bedroom with ample closet space, a full bathroom, laundry facilities, an open living room area, and a well-equipped kitchen with stacked washer/dryer. The exterior boasts an inviting front porch spanning 200 sq ft across all four units.

Types of Lots it Could Go On:

The narrow footprint of this multifamily plan makes it suitable for various lot types such as urban infill lots or larger plots within residential communities. Its dimensions (32′ width x 39′ depth) allow for easy placement on lots that can accommodate the building’s size and layout requirements.

MLS Listing:

Property Type: Multi-Family Home
Price: [Enter Price]
Location: [Enter Location]

This exceptional investment opportunity features a Southern Traditional style multi-family home (Plan 11732HZ) with four matching 544 sq ft units. Each unit includes one spacious bedroom with ample closet space, one full bathroom, laundry facilities, an open living room area, and a well-equipped kitchen with stacked washer/dryer. The total heated area is 2,176 sq ft split between two floors.

Additional features include:
– Front porch spanning across all four units (200 sq ft)
– Optional foundation types: Slab or Crawl; Basement or Walkout
– Exterior wall options: Standard (2×4) or Optional (2×6)
– USDA Approved

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Finish Out Options and Costs:

1. Flooring:
a. Laminate flooring – $2 to $8 per sq. ft.
b. Carpet – $3 to $5 per sq. ft.
c. Ceramic tile – $5 to $10 per sq. ft.
d. Hardwood flooring – $6 to $12 per sq. ft.

2. Interior Paint:
a. Basic paint job (one color) – $1 to $3 per sq.ft.
b. Custom paint job (multiple colors, accents) – $3 to $6 per sq.ft.

3. Kitchen Cabinets and Countertops:
a. Laminate countertops – $20 to $50 per linear foot
b. Granite countertops – $50 to 200$ per square foot
c.Basic stock cabinets – $60-200$ per linear foot
d.Custom cabinets -$500-$1200$per linear foot

4.Bathroom Fixtures:
a.Standard bathtub- $300-$1000$
b.Walk-in shower- $1500-$6000$
c.Toilet- 100-$800$
d.Vanity with sink- 250-$3500$

a.Refrigerator: -$400-$10,000
b.Range: -$350-$10,000
c.Microwave: -$100-$500
d.Stacked washer/dryer: -$1000-$3000

6.Lighting Fixtures:
a.Basic light fixtures: -$30-$100 each
b.Designer light fixtures: -$100+ each

7.Doors and Windows:
a.Interior doors : -$75-$200 each
b.Exterior doors : -$150+$500 each
c.Windows : -$150-$750 each

8.HVAC System:
a. HVAC installation: -$3,000-$7,000

Please note that these costs are approximate and may vary depending on the quality of materials chosen, location, and labor costs. It is essential to consult with local contractors for accurate pricing based on your specific needs and preferences.


Based on the provided information, the list of materials needed to build this 4-unit multifamily house includes:

1. Foundation materials:
– Concrete (for slab foundation) or concrete blocks (for crawl space foundation)
– Rebar and reinforcement mesh
– Gravel and sand
– Vapor barrier
– Anchor bolts

2. Framing materials:
– 2×4 or 2×6 lumber for exterior walls
– Lumber for interior walls, floor joists, and ceiling joists
– Roof trusses or rafters (depending on framing type)
– Sheathing for walls and roof
– House wrap or building paper

3. Roofing materials:
– Asphalt shingles or other roofing material of choice
– Underlayment (felt paper)
– Flashing for valleys, vents, chimneys, etc.
– Drip edge and ridge vent

4. Exterior finish materials:
– Siding material of choice (vinyl, wood, brick veneer, etc.)
– Trim boards for windows and doors
– Soffit and fascia boards

5. Windows and doors:
– Energy-efficient windows with specified sizes from the detailed floor plan
– Exterior doors with specified sizes from the detailed floor plan

6. Insulation materials:
– Batt insulation for exterior walls (and interior if required)
Roll insulation for attic space

7. Drywall materials:
Gypsum board sheets
Joint compound

8. Flooring materials:
Hardwood or laminate flooring

9. Kitchen cabinet views:
Kitchen cabinets

10. Plumbing fixtures:

11. Electrical components:
Light fixtures

12. Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system:
HVAC equipment (furnace, air conditioner, heat pump, etc.)
Ductwork and vents

13. Porch materials:
Lumber for framing
Decking material
Railing material (if applicable)

14. Miscellaneous materials:
Paint and primer
Caulk and sealant
Nails, screws, and other fasteners
Trim and molding for interior finishes

Please note that some specific drawings or calculations may be required by your local permit office but are not included in the plans. Additionally, subcontractors will handle the mechanical drawings (HVAC), plumbing drawings, RES check or other energy-related calculations, wind load or seismic calculations, framing plans or beam sizes if required.

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