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Plan Number: MB-2597Square Footage: 2,597Width: 74.4Depth: 109.4Stories: 1Master Floor: Main FloorBedrooms: 4Bathrooms: 2.5Cars: 3
Main Floor Square Footage: 2,597Site Type(s): Flat lot, Rear View Lot, Side Entry garageFoundation Type(s): crawl space floor joist, crawl space post and beam
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Adirondack

MB-2597

Comfortable and Classy Lodge Home Plan

Modern Lodge House PlanOne look at this majestic Lodge Home Plan and you’ll be able to feel how special it is. The grand driveway leading to the palatial entryway announces the exciting floor plan to come. The interior of this lodge is exciting, with luxury appointments and features rarely found in homes under 4000 feet. The first thing you’ll see upon stepping inside is the vaulted foyer and beyond, the vaulted great room. The great room is incredibly spacious, and connects seamlessly to the large gourmet kitchen and dining room with a vaulted ‘ ceiling. Through large view windows in the great room and an access door to the left, you’ll be able to see and access the stunning covered deck. This the perfect home to build on a site with water or valley view.

Explore the bedrooms in this home and discover they are split up on the left and right sides, with the master on the right and the two additional bedrooms on the left. Enjoy  a 12×10 den space that can work as a fourth bedroom. The master suite of this classy house plan is quite comfortable, including two walk-in closets, a vaulted ceiling, a spacious bathroom, and access to the covered deck and hot tub. Feast your eyes on the three car garage, which comes with a storage room, half bath, and a 28′ long vaulted shop.

 

House Plan Features

  • Covered Deck with Hot Tub
  • Craft Room
  • Large Nook.
  • Lodge Style
  • Three Car Garage with Vaulted Shop
Purchase Option Price
Printable PDF of the Complete set of Building plans for this design Info

$1,850.00

CAD Files of the Complete Building Plans for this Home Design Info

$2,850.00

Lateral engineering/Wall Bracing & structural Calculations for this Design (OR,WA only) Info

$1,947.75

6 Printed Sets of complete building Plans for this Home Design Info

$1,688.05

Reverse PDF Additional charge Info

$311.64

In-ground basement additional charge Info

$857.01

Daylight Walk-out Basement additonal charge Info

$1,450.00

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5 reviews for Adirondack

  1. angelo

    can you send me a email with the rear elevation.

    • Mark Stewart

      That elevation has been added to the website Angelo..

  2. Tracy Rheams

    would love the den and craft room removed and the half bath in the hallway. Just don’t need a house that big but with those changes would be perfect. Is that able to be done?

    • Mark Stewart

      Yes Tracy that could certainly be done. Let us know where you are going to be building and we can get you a quote.
      Thanks very much

  3. Jennifer Hockman

    I’ve been searching for homes of this size with ample room for a ground level man-cave and my husband loves this one with the workshop space. He wants to have a game/ trophy room in that space. I’m trying to imagine the exterior with a lighter coastal palette, reminiscent of my summers on the cape. More a grey and white weathered look for our new home site in coastal Carolina. Love the den and craft room space too, I see the FLW influences here! Do you think this Lodge plan could translate to the low country?

    • Mark Stewart

      Yes Jennifer it would be fantastic in that color palette..

  4. Tammy

    Do you have rendering of walkout basement and square footage it adds? Also, kitchen dimensions?

    • Mark Stewart

      HI Tammy
      The kitchen is 23 ft x 11 ft plus the breakfast nook area. I sent you via email a rough sketch of a current basement layout we are working on. With a daylight basement we would customize it for your lot.. An in ground basement is a simple concrete basement with minimal walls and windows..

  5. Penny

    Just the style we’re looking for. Could the utility room be moved to the craft room, the half bath eliminated, and the second bedroom be enlarged to include the old utility room? Also is it possible for the master bath shower to not be in a bumped out wall? We plan on building on our property in Valley County, Idaho. What snow load is the roof designed to withstand? Thanks.

    • Mark Stewart

      Yes to all of the above Penny. Current snow load is for Bend Oregon… up in the mountains.. I believe it is 65# PSF currently. ..

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