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House 317 Plan by Built4ever House 317 Plan by Built4ever
Original design for an American 1920's Tudor style house, suitable for a traditional neighborhood. Front porch includes elements from craftsman bungalows, garden shed to the right, garage in back, formal dining up front on left, very steep forward facing gable pitch makes for a dramatic front elevation and great curb appeal. Pencil sketch drawn by hand, mostly HB pencil, about 8''x11'', tinted on the computer to a terra cotta tone using software. Note: I updated the file on Mar 26, 2011 to add the front elevation and the first floor plan, along with a description of features.
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magazineprincess Featured By Owner Oct 9, 2014  New member
This house is fantastic.  I love that the master would be on the second floor.  I would put my two smaller children on the second floor with me, then use the third floor as a bedroom for my teenager.  I need a formal living room and a family room, so I would use the dining room as my formal living room, squeeze a dining table between the kitchen and the great room, then use the study as a guest room.  The only thing missing for me is a full bath downstairs for guests!  I love your work.  I've not found another architect who makes house plans that I like.  You're one in a million!
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Built4ever Featured By Owner Oct 9, 2014
Well, I'm glad you like third floors! Most people want everything on the first floor! The study used a guest room would work better if the powder room was next to it, and re-done as a full bath of course. Not a big problem to put a closet in there. If formal dining room was used for a living room, where do we eat big important meals with many people? I would need to enlarge the breakfast nook in back. This is a pretty old plan sketch by now, I have loads more experience, my plans are more sophisticated than this now, but the exterior doesn't need any help, very dramatic. Why don't you hire me and we can use this front view as a starting point and re-design the floor plan?
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magazineprincess Featured By Owner Oct 9, 2014  New member
I am actually discussing hiring you with my husband right now!  As for big important meals, we don't have many of those!  Haha!  Mostly just a bunch of kids!  
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Built4ever Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2014
Sounds good. You're in Little Rock? I've been there many times.
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magazineprincess Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2014  New member
I'm close to Little Rock, about an hour north east in Searcy.  
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Built4ever Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2014
Okay, gotcha, not too far from Memphis either...
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magazineprincess Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2014  New member
We're about an hour from Little Rock, two hours from Memphis.  My hubby is working on a list of "needs and wants" for our house design.  I will have him email it to you when he finishes it.  I also went to our property today and took some pictures to give you an idea of what we're trying to build on.  I'll have him send those with our list, and you can tell us what you can do!
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Built4ever Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2014
Okay, very good. So if you have pics of the site, that's great. Also, by any chance, do you have a site drawing of some sort? topographical info? Any restrictions/setback requirements/association requirements? 
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seanwthornton Featured By Owner Aug 12, 2014
I want it! Man, wish I had $$.
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Built4ever Featured By Owner Aug 13, 2014
Save yer pennies.
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