The Stonegap Bunglalow Is Simple Mountain Living At Its Best

There is so much to love about the Stonegap Bungalow home plan with 1,517 square feet, 2 bedrooms, and 2 bathrooms. The Stonegap Bungalow brings small living to the mountains. With 1,517 square feet of space on the main level which features 2 bedrooms and just enough space for an empty nester or a vacation home. The home plan has a 1 car garage that keeps your ride out of the snow and ready for the next adventure. Build it with the basement finished for extra room for friends and family. The Stonegap Bungalow is simple mountain living at its best. The Stonegap Bungalow home plan is just one of the home plans you will find on the Amicalola Homeplans website.

Purchasing house plans from Amicalola Homeplans means that you will receive one set of working drawings licensed for a single construction. Plans are not transferable. Your home plan license drawings will be delivered digitally via a PDF file in 24-inch by 36-inch format with floorplans, elevations, full building and wall sections per IRC standards, electrical schematics, a roof plan, and applicable finish details. A state-registered structural engineer may be required to be engaged per your local building codes. You’ll want to be sure and read all notes and inspect the home plans before construction. The designer is not responsible for the construction of these drawings. All home plans are registered with the Federal Copyright Office and cannot be used or modified without the express written consent of the designer.

Elevations. Your home plan set license will include 4 elevation drawings featuring the different perspectives of the home plan. The front and rear elevation drawings will show finish work and detail references to specific trim and truss details specific to your home. You’ll find the left and right elevations complete the exterior by showing you their profiles.

Floorplans. Each home plan will have a varying number of floorplan sheets included in the plan set license. Ranches will show the main floor and an additional foundation plan (crawl, slab, or unfinished basement). Basement plans are not part of the heated total square footage for the home and are designed with the minimum structural needs in mind. Terrace-level plans, however, are included as the heated total square footage of home plans that include them.

Sectionals and Details. Your home plan set license will include sectional details for interior and exterior walls, as well as foundation sectionals. Some home plans with complicated design features may have additional sectionals and details to ensure clarity. Detail sheets will vary from plan to plan, giving detailed notes on how to finish trim, gutters, trusses, and so forth.

The following details are not included with your home plan license include site meetings, consultation with your home builder, architect’s or engineers stamp (state specific), ARC or ARB review (some subdivisions may require approval before building), site plan/grading plan, mechanical drawings (location of the heating and air equipment, duct work, related), plumbing drawings, framing layouts with beam sizes and locations (all engineering is by others), energy calculations, ratings, or estimates.

Related Posts