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Plan W2180 - The Bunting

8 sets of blueprints
5 sets of blueprints
Right Reading Reverse
Average Construction Cost
140 000 to 170 000
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Foundation type
Floating Slab
28' 0" ft / 8.4 m
28' 0" ft / 8.4 m
Ridge height from top of foundation
17' 6" ft / 5.25 m
Exterior wall
2 X 6
Total living area
784 sq.ft. / 70.56 sq.m.
1st level
784 sq.ft. / 70.56 sq.m.
Full baths
Half baths
Garage type
Living bonus space
Bonus storage
1st level
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1st level  - The Bunting
Plan Styles
Retirement right-sizer
When the kids have flown the nest and less space is needed, many baby boomers take to right-sizing, which is to say having a house to suit their actual needs. This simple one-bedroom has a very efficient footprint and the fairytale charm of flower boxes on the windows, garden door to the side and vaulted ceiling in the activities area.

A comfortable bathroom includes a laundry cabinet. There is even a 5’4” x 8’8” storage room off the front entry.

This efficient cottage is economical to build and maintain and still provides full independence and private spaces.
Plan description
Main level: Closed front entry with closet and storage area, eat-in kitchen, family room, master bedroom, bathroom with laundry facilities.
Distinctive elements
Storage room (8' 8" x5' 4") direct access to patio through French doors, flower boxes. Vaulted ceiling in activities area.
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Questions or Comments on this plan
  1. Charlie Waggoner 22 May 2014

    Please send me a list of plan numbers that are suitable for handicapped individuals or what many are calling universal design. I am not interested in plans larger than 1200 sq. ft. In fact prefer under a thousand. Also need only one or two bedrooms at the most.
    Thanks for your time and attention to this inquiry
    Charlie Waggoner

    • Customer service 22 May 2014

      Good day Mr. Waggoner and thank you for your interest in our plans.

      Although this is a conventional plan, it could be modified to provide barrier free access and we would be happy to return a free estimate for any changes that you require within two business days after receipt of this on line form.

      The following plans have already been adapted to clients with reduced mobility but are somewhat larger than 1200 sq. ft. and could be modified to reduce the square footage to conform to your needs




      Please let me know if I can further assist you

  2. ken 17 February 2014

    Hi there, where have you put the water heater in this design.
    Is it possible to run in floor heating?

    Thanks, Ken

    • Customer service 17 February 2014

      Good day and thank you for taking the time to write.

      The water heater is located in the storage room on the front right side of the floor plan.

      For information about the installation of in floor heating, your local contractor would be the best source. The standard foundation for this plan is a floating slab (stem wall foundation) but could be modified to a monolithic (slab on grade) foundation if that is preferred.

      Please let me know if you have any other questions or comments.

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