Introducing the charming and spacious Cottage house plan 3436VL, boasting 2,276 heated square feet of living space. This beautiful home features 4 bedrooms and 3 full bathrooms, spread across two stories. The exterior is adorned with gingerbread detailing and a handsome metal roof that adds character to its architectural style.

As you enter the home, you’ll be greeted by a huge living room that seamlessly flows into the dining room and then into the well-appointed kitchen. The kitchen also features a built-in china cabinet for convenient storage of your everyday dishes and fine china. On the first floor, you’ll find the master suite facing front with a walk-in closet that includes shelf space. The efficient utility room offers a long counter for folding clothes.

On the second floor, there are two large bedrooms sharing a hall bathroom. This lovely home is perfect for families looking for ample space in a cozy and inviting atmosphere.

Types of Lots it could go on:
The Cottage house plan is suitable for various types of lots such as:

1. Corner lots
2. Suburban residential lots
3. Rural properties
4. Infill lots in established neighborhoods

The dimensions of this home (56′ width x 58′ depth) make it versatile enough to fit on different lot sizes while maintaining its unique charm.

MLS Listing:
Property Type: Single Family Home
Price: [Enter Price]
Location: [Enter Location]

Delight in this charming Cottage-style home featuring 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, and an attached 2-car garage spread across an impressive 2,276 sq ft living area! Showcasing gingerbread detailing and an eye-catching metal roof on the exterior, this house will captivate your heart from first glance.

Step inside to discover an expansive open-concept living area that connects seamlessly to both dining room & kitchen – perfect for entertaining! The master suite located on the first floor offers a walk-in closet with ample shelf space. Upstairs, you’ll find two generously-sized bedrooms sharing a hall bathroom.

Additional features include a utility room with folding counter, built-in china cabinet in the kitchen, and a cozy front porch. This home’s architectural style embodies the essence of cottage, country, and southern living.

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Finish Out Options and Costs:

1. Flooring:
a. Hardwood flooring – $8 to $15 per sq. ft. (including installation)
b. Carpet – $3 to $5 per sq. ft. (including installation)
c. Tile – $5 to $10 per sq. ft. (including installation)

2. Kitchen Countertops:
a. Granite – $50 to $200 per sq.ft.
b. Quartz – $60 to $120 per sq.ft.
c. Laminate – $20 to $50 per sq.ft.

3. Kitchen Cabinets:
a. Stock cabinets – $100 to $300 per linear foot
b.Custom cabinets – $500 to over$1,000 per linear foot

4.Bathroom Fixtures:
a.Standard bathtub -$400-$1,500
b.Shower enclosure -$600-$1,600
c.Toilet -$150-$800
d.Vanity unit with sink -$300-$2,000

5.Painting (interior):
a.Labor and materials cost for painting walls and ceilings:
2,276 sq.ft * ($1-3) = approx.$2,276-$6,828

6.Exterior Painting:
a.Labor and materials cost for painting exterior siding:
2×6 dimensions * ($1-3) = approx.$112-$336

7.Window Treatments:
a.Blinds or shades- around$70-$250per window
b.Curtains or drapes-around$100-$250per window

8.Garage Door Installation:
Approx.$700-1600 for two single garage doors or one double door.

Basic landscaping package- around$3,000–$15,000
Custom landscaping package- around$20,000–$100,000

10. HVAC System:
a. Central air conditioning – $3,500 to $7,500
b. Furnace – $2,000 to $6,000
c. Ductwork – $1,000 to $5,000

11. Electrical Fixtures and Lighting:
a. Recessed lighting – $150 to $200 per fixture (including installation)
b. Pendant or chandelier lighting – $100 to $2,000 per fixture (excluding installation)
c. Ceiling fans – $50 to $300 per fan (excluding installation)

12.Plumbing Fixtures:
a.Kitchen faucet- around$100-$600
b.Bathroom faucets- around$50-$400 each

Please note that these costs are approximate and can vary based on the quality of materials chosen and regional pricing differences. It is recommended to get quotes from local contractors for more accurate estimates based on your specific requirements and preferences.

Total Estimated Finish Out Cost: The total estimated finish out cost will depend on the options chosen for each category above and the number of windows/fixtures needed in the house plan provided.

The estimated finish out cost range can be calculated by adding up the minimum and maximum costs from each category above.
Minimum Total Finish Out Cost: Approx.$14,758
Maximum Total Finish Out Cost: Approx.$142,514


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

1. Concrete for slab foundation (if chosen) or concrete blocks and piers for crawl space foundation
2. 2×6 lumber for exterior walls
3. 2×4 lumber for interior walls and partitions
4. Roof trusses or rafters
5. Metal roofing material
6. Plywood sheathing for roof and exterior walls
7. House wrap or building paper
8. Siding material (e.g., vinyl, wood, or fiber cement)
9. Insulation for exterior walls and attic space
10. Drywall sheets for interior walls and ceilings
11. Flooring materials (e.g., hardwood, laminate, tile, or carpet)
12. Interior doors and hardware
13. Exterior doors and hardware (including garage doors)
14. Windows and window trim
15. Kitchen cabinetry and countertops
16: Built-in china cabinet materials
17: Electrical wiring, outlets, switches, lighting fixtures, breaker panel
18: Ductwork materials for HVAC system
19: Plumbing pipes, fittings, fixtures (sinks, toilets, bathtubs/showers)
20: Bathroom vanities and countertops
21: Paints or stains for interior/exterior surfaces
22: Baseboards/crown molding/trim work materials
23: Staircase materials (if applicable)

Please note that this list is a general overview of the required building materials based on the given house plan information; additional items may be necessary depending on specific requirements during construction.

Always consult with your contractor/architect to determine any additional material needs based on your specific project details before beginning construction.

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