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Plan W2673 - St. Arnaud
4-beds, 3.5 baths, 2-car garage, kitchen with breakfast nook & planning desk, central fireplace, master suite

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Average Construction Cost
140 000 to 170 000
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Foundation type
Full Basement
42' 0" ft / 12.6 m
44' 0" ft / 13.2 m
Ridge height from top of foundation
33' 6" ft / 10.05 m
Exterior wall
2 X 6
Total living area
2641 sq.ft. / 237.69 sq.m.
1st level
1139 sq.ft. / 102.51 sq.m.
2nd level
1502 sq.ft. / 135.18 sq.m.
Full baths
Half baths
Garage type
Two-car garage (516 sq.ft. / 46.44 sq.m.)
Living bonus space
Bonus storage
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front - BASE MODEL
W2673 - front - BASE MODEL
1st level
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1st level 4-beds, 3.5 baths, 2-car garage, kitchen with breakfast nook & planning desk, central fireplace, master suite - St. Arnaud
2nd level
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2nd level 4-beds, 3.5 baths, 2-car garage, kitchen with breakfast nook & planning desk, central fireplace, master suite - St. Arnaud
Plan Styles
Elegant Manor!
Differing from the many manor style houses we are used to seeing, this one proposes a refined exterior with simple lines, as with the shed dormers, and certainly a most livable interior volume with its 42 foot width by 44 foot depth and a 9 foot ceiling throughout the main level.

We note a comfortable foyer upon entering the house and adjoining this, a very welcoming half-bath and a superb laundry room. We appreciate the airiness of the hallway and staircase, followed by a very beautiful kitchen, breakfast area and dining room embellished by plenty of windows and triple garden doors. Triple doors can also be found in the large living room which is characterized by corner bench seating, a built-in space for the television, a three-sided fireplace and generous windowing. Moreover, we cannot help but fall under the charm of that beautiful partially-covered rear terrace.

On the second level, we are surprised by the size of the four bedrooms and their respective closets as well as by the presence of three bathrooms of which one, of course, is private to the master bedroom.
Plan description
1st level: Foyer with coat closet and access to garage, half-bath, laundry facilities, kitchen / dinette, dining room, family room.
2nd level: Master bedroom suite with private bathroom, three bedrooms and two other bathrooms.
Distinctive elements
Covered balcony at front and covered porch at rear. 9 foot ceiling on first level. Shared fireplace between dining and family rooms. Main floor laundry. Abundant windows at rear. Built-in seats and book shelves in family room. Four bedrooms on 2nd level, one of which is a remarquable master bedroom suite.
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Questions or Comments on this plan
  1. Kris Green 26 February 2015

    I live in BelleRiver Ontario, N0R1A0.

    What would the average cost be to build this house with a reputable builder?

    • Customer service 26 February 2015

      Good day and thank you for taking the time to write

      Although we do no actual construction, the ballpark estimate to build this home in Quebec (Canada) starts at around $433,000.

      This estimate is based on professional grade materials and includes ceramic in the foyer, the kitchen and the bathrooms with hardwood flooring throughout the common areas and in the bedrooms. The kitchen cabinetry is wood grain melamine. This construction estimate to build in Quebec is for a turn key project.

      The cost of the land and its excavation, taxes and hook-ups to municipal or other services is not included in the calculation and it is highly recommended to consult local contractors and materials suppliers to get a better idea of the actual cost to build in your area.

      I would suggest the builder's association which is responsible for licencing of contractors in Ontario as a good place to start your search. Another suggestion would be to get input from people you know who have had building or renovation work done and don't be afraid to ask for references because a reputable builder will be happy to share the names and phone numbers of satisfied customers. Ask references key questions such as whether the builder was on schedule, within the budget, how they managed the site and if they were available to answer questions when required along with any other pertinent questions that come to mind and try to get several quotes because it's not always the cheapest or most expensive which will be the best so with that in mind those estimates which tend towards the mid range will probably be the most realistic.

      I hope that this provides some helpful information and I invite you to contact me if you have any other questions or comments

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