2939-ES (Drummond Vistas)

Country Cottage with elevator, nice master suite, open floor plan, mezzanine and large covered patio

Bedrooms

2

Bathroom(s)

2

Living area

1534 sq.ft.

  • Rear view - BASE MODEL - Country Cottage with elevator, nice master suite, open floor plan, mezzanine and large covered patio - Drummond Vistas
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Rear view - BASE MODEL

front elevation

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  • 1st level

    1st level - Country Cottage with elevator, nice master suite, open floor plan, mezzanine and large covered patio - Drummond Vistas
  • 2nd level

    2nd level - Country Cottage with elevator, nice master suite, open floor plan, mezzanine and large covered patio - Drummond Vistas
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Vignette 2nd level - 2939-ES

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View the size of the rooms and height of the ceilings

1st level
Rooms Sizes Ceiling
Foyer 4'8" x 5'8" ~ 8'0"
Closet 2'0" x 5'8" ~ 8'0"
Kitchen/dinette 12'0" x 14'8" ~ 8'0"
Pantry 1'3" x 2'0" ~ 0'0"
Living room/dining room 22'8" x 15'0" ~ 17'0"
Bedroom 12'0" x 14'8" ~ 8'0"
Walk-in closet 5'8" x 8'0" ~ 8'0"
Bathroom 9'4" x 5'8" ~ 8'0"
Laundry space 5'4" x 3'6" ~ 8'0"
Linen 5'4" x 1'4" ~ 0'0"
Powder room 5'10" x 3'6" ~ 8'0"
2nd level
Rooms Sizes Ceiling
Bedroom 13'0" x 10'0" ~ 8'0"
Closet 3'0" x 10'0" ~ 7'0"
Bathroom 10'10" x 6'0" ~ 8'0"
Linen 2'6" x 1'4" ~ 0'0"
Den 12'0" x 9'4" ~ 8'0"

General specifications

Total living area 1534 sq.ft.
1st level 1072 sq.ft.
2nd level 462 sq.ft.
Width 40'0"
Depth 34'0"
Ridge height from top of foundation 24'10"
Exterior wall 2 X 6
Foundation type included in the plan Full basement with walkout
Other available foundations ($) Floating Slab, Crawl space, Monolithic Slab
Builder price code D

Rooms specifications

Bedroom(s) 2
Full baths 2
Half baths 1
Garage type -
Living bonus space -
Bonus storage -
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General specifications

Total living area 1534 sq.ft.
1st level 1072 sq.ft.
2nd level 462 sq.ft.
Width 40'0"
Depth 34'0"
Ridge height from top of foundation 24'10"
Exterior wall 2 X 6
Foundation type included in the plan Full basement with walkout i
Other available foundations ($) Floating Slab, Crawl space, Monolithic Slab
Builder price code D

Rooms specifications

Bedroom(s) 2
Full baths 2
Half baths 1
Garage type -
Living bonus space - i
Bonus storage - i

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Description

Main level Entrance foyer, kitchen with lunch counter, living/dining room, master suite, powder room and separate laundry area Second floor Bedroom, bathroom and second living/sitting room

Other useful information on this plan

Environmentally Superior chalet with open floor plan and mezzanine

> To enhance the quality of construction and energy efficiency Drummond House Plans proposes a new and innovative approach to ecologically and ergonomically designed house plans.

Plan 2939-ES includes specifications on optimal orientation to inhibit the harsh rays of the sun in the summer and benefit from this passive heat source in the winter months. Tips on planning landscaping to make full use of rain water, shade benefits of some trees and wind breaking characteristics of others are also part of the ES concept.

Details on how to reduce energy consumption include construction methods used for the foundation and extend to choosing certified fixtures, such as an on demand water heater, the best appliances and appropriate lighting.

Aging in place is enhanced with a design that provides for day to day living on the same level including 4’ wide hallways and a linear staircase which can be fitted with an elevator if restrained mobility becomes an issue. There is a moveable island in the kitchen and the living/dining room has a cathedral ceiling along with a fireplace (or wood burning stove). The master bedroom has a private bathroom that can be fitted with safety features if required and the laundry area is close by.

Discover 3240-ES, designed with the same concept in mind, we invite you to comment on this new trend in more livable homes!

Distinctive elements

Master suite on main level. Abundant fenestration with a veiw of the large covered porch in the back. Wood stove and cathedral ceiling in the living/dining area

Plan feature(s)

Mezzanine, Access to basement from exterior, Abundant fenestration, Fireplace, Open floor layout, Washer/dryer closet, Sitting area, Island, Cathedral ceiling, Powder room, Master suite on main, Walk-in master bed.

Other useful information on this plan

Full description

Environmentally Superior chalet with open floor plan and mezzanine

> To enhance the quality of construction and energy efficiency Drummond House Plans proposes a new and innovative approach to ecologically and ergonomically designed house plans.

Plan 2939-ES includes specifications on optimal orientation to inhibit the harsh rays of the sun in the summer and benefit from this passive heat source in the winter months. Tips on planning landscaping to make full use of rain water, shade benefits of some trees and wind breaking characteristics of others are also part of the ES concept.

Details on how to reduce energy consumption include construction methods used for the foundation and extend to choosing certified fixtures, such as an on demand water heater, the best appliances and appropriate lighting.

Aging in place is enhanced with a design that provides for day to day living on the same level including 4’ wide hallways and a linear staircase which can be fitted with an elevator if restrained mobility becomes an issue. There is a moveable island in the kitchen and the living/dining room has a cathedral ceiling along with a fireplace (or wood burning stove). The master bedroom has a private bathroom that can be fitted with safety features if required and the laundry area is close by.

Discover 3240-ES, designed with the same concept in mind, we invite you to comment on this new trend in more livable homes!

Distinctive elements

Master suite on main level. Abundant fenestration with a veiw of the large covered porch in the back. Wood stove and cathedral ceiling in the living/dining area

Plan feature(s)

Mezzanine, Access to basement from exterior, Abundant fenestration, Fireplace, Open floor layout, Washer/dryer closet, Sitting area, Island, Cathedral ceiling, Powder room, Master suite on main, Walk-in master bed.

Questions and comments on this plan

January 22 2016

Gary McAnally

I love the design of this house but I am limited in the allowable sq ft for my property. Is it feasible to build the design but not do the 2nd floor rooms? This would free up the space taken by the stairwell and would meet our needs almost perfectly.

December 09 2014

Tim

I googled "modular" homes and your site came up. I'm interested in plan # W2939-ES. Is this really a Modular home or is it actually a stick built? Can the house be built on a crawl space as opposed to a full basement and if so do you have a rough idea of the cost savings for doing so? Thanks

December 09 2014

Customer service

Good day and thank you for your interest in this plan.

We do have several styles that are particularly suited to modular building but this model is not part of that collection and is a "stick built" home.

Although the standard foundation is a walk-out basement, you can order this plan with an optional crawl space if that better suits your needs but I am unfortunately unable to provide a cost difference between the two types of foundation.

We do no actual construction but the ballpark estimate to build this home with its standard foundation in Quebec (Canada) starts at around $283,000.

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 carpet in the bedrooms. The kitchen cabinetry is wood grain melamine. This construction estimate to build in Quebec was updated on January 10th 2014 and 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 hope that this provides some helpful information and I invite you to contact me if you have any other questions or comments
Regards
Deb

August 06 2014

Michelle Scott

Without a basement, where do the mechanicals go? That is, the hot water heater, furnace, water softener, etc.

August 06 2014

Customer service

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

These installations would be placed below the stairs to the second floor if there is no basement.

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

Questions and comments

January 22 2016

Gary McAnally

I love the design of this house but I am limited in the allowable sq ft for my property. Is it feasible to build the design but not do the 2nd floor rooms? This would free up the space taken by the stairwell and would meet our needs almost perfectly.

December 09 2014

Tim

I googled "modular" homes and your site came up. I'm interested in plan # W2939-ES. Is this really a Modular home or is it actually a stick built? Can the house be built on a crawl space as opposed to a full basement and if so do you have a rough idea of the cost savings for doing so? Thanks

December 09 2014

Customer service

Good day and thank you for your interest in this plan.

We do have several styles that are particularly suited to modular building but this model is not part of that collection and is a "stick built" home.

Although the standard foundation is a walk-out basement, you can order this plan with an optional crawl space if that better suits your needs but I am unfortunately unable to provide a cost difference between the two types of foundation.

We do no actual construction but the ballpark estimate to build this home with its standard foundation in Quebec (Canada) starts at around $283,000.

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 carpet in the bedrooms. The kitchen cabinetry is wood grain melamine. This construction estimate to build in Quebec was updated on January 10th 2014 and 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 hope that this provides some helpful information and I invite you to contact me if you have any other questions or comments
Regards
Deb

August 06 2014

Michelle Scott

Without a basement, where do the mechanicals go? That is, the hot water heater, furnace, water softener, etc.

August 06 2014

Customer service

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

These installations would be placed below the stairs to the second floor if there is no basement.

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

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