Introducing a terrific 2-story home design loaded with extras, Plan 57206HA. This charming mountain vacation-style house offers 865 sq. ft. of heated living space, featuring 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom. The central living area provides an enormous amount of space for gathering around the cozy fireplace. The bright and cheerful kitchen is adorned with plenty of windows and direct access to the wrap-around deck, perfect for enjoying the outdoors.

Home Details:

– Heated Area: 865 sq. ft.
– Bedrooms: 2
– Bathrooms: 1
– Floors: 2
– Architectural Style: Mountain Vacation

Special Features:

– Master Suite on the second floor
– Wrap-around porch
– Outdoor ladder connecting top deck with main deck

Types of Lots it Could Go On:

This home is ideal for a variety of lot types including:
1. Mountain or hillside lots that offer scenic views and ample outdoor living opportunities.
2. Wooded lots where homeowners can enjoy privacy and connect with nature.
3. Narrow lots due to its compact width (21’0″) and depth (24’0″).

MLS Listing:

Property Type: Single Family Home
Price: [Enter Price]
Location: [Enter Address]

Don’t miss this opportunity to own a beautifully designed mountain vacation-style home! Featuring two spacious bedrooms, one full bathroom, and an open-concept living area centered around a cozy fireplace, this charming residence offers comfort in every corner.

The bright kitchen boasts plenty of windows allowing natural light to flood in while providing direct access to the wrap-around porch – perfect for entertaining or simply enjoying your morning coffee surrounded by nature.

Other highlights include a master suite on the second floor, outdoor ladder connecting top deck with main deck, and energy-efficient construction with stick framing type.

Schedule your private tour today to experience this one-of-a-kind gem!


Finish Out Options and Costs:

1. Flooring:
a. Hardwood flooring – $8 to $15 per sq. ft.
b. Laminate flooring – $3 to $7 per sq. ft.
c. Carpet – $2 to $5 per sq. ft.
d. Tile – $5 to $15 per sq. ft.

2. Kitchen:
a. Custom cabinetry – $500 to $1,200 per linear foot
b. Granite countertops – $40 to $100 per sq.ft.
c. Stainless steel appliances package (refrigerator, dishwasher, range) – starting at around $2,000

3. Bathroom:
a.Tiled shower enclosure – starting at around$1,500
b.Glass shower door -$800 to$1,200
c.Vanity with sink and faucet- starting at around$500

a.Gas fireplace with stone surround- starting at around$4,000
b.Wood-burning fireplace with brick surround- starting at around$6,000

5.Exterior Deck:
a.Pressure-treated wood decking -$15to$25per sq.ft.
b.Composite decking-$30to$45per sq.ft.

a.Double-pane vinyl windows- starting at around$250per window
b.Double-pane wood windows-starting at around$400per window

a.Solid wood front door- starting at around$800
b.Steel front door- starting at around$400

8.Painting (interior and exterior):
a.Interior painting-$2to$4persq.ft.
b.Exterior painting-$3to$$5persq.ft.

a.Asphalt shingles-$3to$$5persq.ft.
b.Metal roofing-$5to$12persq.ft.

a.Batt insulation-$1to$2persq.ft.
b.Spray foam insulation-$3to$5persq.ft.

11.HVAC System:
a.Central air conditioning and heating system – starting at around $5,000

Please note that these costs are approximate and may vary depending on location, materials, and labor costs. It is essential to consult with local contractors to get accurate estimates for your specific project.


Based on the provided information, the following materials are needed to build the house:

1. Concrete: For foundation piers and footings
2. Lumber:
a. 2x4s for exterior walls, interior walls, and floor framing
b. 2x6s for roof framing and deck framing
c. Plywood sheets for subflooring, roof sheathing, and wall sheathing
3. Roofing materials:
a. Asphalt shingles or metal roofing panels
b. Roof underlayment (felt or synthetic)
c. Roof flashing and drip edge
4. Exterior siding: Wood siding or other preferred material
5. Insulation: Batt insulation for exterior walls and ceiling/roof cavity
6. Drywall sheets: For interior walls and ceilings
7. Doors:
a. Exterior doors (front door and deck access door)
b. Interior doors (bedroom doors, bathroom door)
8. Windows: Energy-efficient windows as per plan specifications
9 Fireplace materials:
a . Firebox insert or wood stove
b . Chimney flue system
c . Hearthstone
d . Mantel
10 Plumbing materials:
a . Pipes (PVC, PEX, or copper) for water supply lines and drain-waste-vent system.
b . Fixtures (toilets, sinks, faucets)
11 Electrical materials:
a . Wiring (Romex) for outlets, switches, fixtures.
b . Circuit breakers panel box.
12 HVAC system:
a . Furnace unit.
b . Ductwork.

Additionally, you will need various fasteners such as nails, screws; paint for interior/exterior surfaces; caulk/sealant; trim/molding; cabinetry/countertops; flooring material; lighting fixtures; appliances.

Please note that this list is not exhaustive and should be used as a general guide. Consult with a contractor or architect for a more detailed list of materials tailored to your specific project.

Author: fr33d0m