With understated eloquence, the Auburn is an ecofriendly genteel estate home ideal for both formal and informal living. Have the Auburn plans delivered to your door simply by ordering a PDF thumb drive through the above SHOP tab, a delivery method that allows you to print as many sets of plans as required in order to build the Auburn for you and your family.
HOUSE PLAN SPECIFICATIONS
Design Style: Traditional Colonial
House Width: 88’-0”
House Depth: 97’-4”
Roof Ridge/Peak Height: 29’-10”
Chimney Height: 32’-0”
4 Bedrooms: Master On-suite with tray ceiling and fireplace - 343 sq.ft., Bedroom 2 with walk-in-closet - 178 sq.ft., Bedroom 3 with walk-in-closet - 178 sq.ft., and Bedroom 4 Guest/In-laws On-suite with exterior door - 234 sq.ft.
Full Bathrooms: 3
Half Bathrooms: 1
Kitchen: eat-in with nook and oversize central island - 327 sq.ft.
Breakfast Nook: off of Kitchen - 86 sq.ft.
Butler Pantry: separates the formal dining room from the informal kitchen
Dining Room: formal with coffered ceiling, chair molding, hardwood floors, and fireplace - 295 sq.ft.
Great Room: casual space with fireplace, floor to ceiling NanaWall, and cathedral ceiling - open to kitchen and rear patio - 461 sq.ft.
Library/Study: formal with optional built-in book cases and coffered ceiling - 273 sq.ft.
Garage: attached 3 car with 2 pull-through bays and oversize carriage doors at 8-ft wide by 10-ft high - 807 sq.ft.
Bonus Room: optional above garage offers an additional 527 sq.ft. of living space
Basement: partial mechanical room - 337 sq.ft.
Living Area: 3504 sq.ft.
Total Area Under Roof: 4307 sq.ft.
Roof Pitch: 10:12
*Foundation: concrete stem walls on spread footing, 4-inch concrete slab on grade in living areas, 6-inch slab on grade at garage, and a partial mechanical basement
*Wall Construction: ICF (Insulated Concrete Forms) concrete walls with continuous insulation, furring and 5/8-inch type-x gypsum board at interior, and standard brick veneer at exterior
*Roof Construction: R-47 (thermal resistance) 12-1/4"-inch SIP (Structural Insulated Panel) over engineered wood trusses
Notes: *Prior to the start of construction, the owner should consult with a licensed structural engineer registered in the jurisdiction where the home is to be built.
Image Credit: Vizsource - The Rendering Company
AOR: Jonathan McKim, AIA, NCARB, CDT, Architect, and Sole Proprietor