Kief (90100)

Ecological split-level house plan with 3 to 4 bedrooms, home office and cathedral ceiling.

Bedrooms

3, 4

Bath(s)

1

Half B.

1

Living area

1768 sq.ft.

  • front - BASE MODEL - Ecological split-level house plan with 3 to 4 bedrooms, home office and cathedral ceiling. - Kief
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  • front - BASE MODEL - Kief
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front - BASE MODEL

Explanations

front - BASE MODEL

rear elevation

Vignette front - BASE MODEL - 90100
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Vignette front - BASE MODEL - 90100
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  • 1st level

    1st level - Ecological split-level house plan with 3 to 4 bedrooms, home office and cathedral ceiling. - Kief
  • Basement

    Basement - Ecological split-level house plan with 3 to 4 bedrooms, home office and cathedral ceiling. - Kief
Vignette 1st level - 90100
Vignette Basement - 90100

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View the size of the rooms and height of the ceilings

Basement
Rooms Sizes Ceiling
Master suite 12'3" x 9'4" ~ 8'0"
Walk-in closet 8'2" x 5'0" ~ 8'0"
Bathroom/laundry room 11'6" x 8'2" ~ 8'0"
Enclosed toilet space 5'7" x 3'1" ~ 8'0"
Mechanical room 7'2" x 8'2" ~ 8'0"
Bedroom 12'3" x 9'2" ~ 8'0"
Closet 8'10" x 2'0" ~ 8'0"
Bedroom 12'3" x 9'0" ~ 8'0"
Closet 8'10" x 2'0" ~ 8'0"
1st level
Rooms Sizes Ceiling
Dining room 12'11" x 12'1" ~ 8'0"
Living room 12'11" x 12'1" ~ 8'0"
Kitchen 12'9" x 14'9" ~ 8'0"
Kitchen island 8'0" x 3'6" ~ 0'0"
Storage room 4'7" x 2'1" ~ 8'0"
Home office 10'5" x 9'1" ~ 8'0"
Closet 6'10" x 2'0" ~ 8'0"
Bathroom 5'10" x 6'8" ~ 8'0"
Linen 2'7" x 1'6" ~ 0'0"
Covered porch 20'1" x 4'3" ~ 11'0"
Deck 8'0" x 11'2" ~ 0'0"

General specifications

Total living area 1768 sq.ft.
1st level 884 sq.ft.
Basement 884 sq.ft.
Width 34'0"
Depth 26'0"
Ridge height from top of foundation 19'4"
Exterior wall 2 X 6
Foundation type included in the plan Finished basement
Builder price code D

Rooms specifications

Bedroom(s) 3, 4
Full baths 1
Half baths 1
Garage type -
Living bonus space -
Bonus storage -
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General specifications

Total living area 1768 sq.ft.
Basement 884 sq.ft.
1st level 884 sq.ft.
Width 34'0"
Depth 26'0"
Ridge height from top of foundation 19'4"
Exterior wall 2 X 6
Foundation type included in the plan Finished basement i
Builder price code D

Rooms specifications

Bedroom(s) 3, 4
Full baths 1
Half baths 1
Garage type -
Living bonus space - i
Bonus storage - i
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  • Photo Bedroom - Kief
  • Photo Dining room - Kief
  • Photo Activity sector - Kief

Kitchen
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Bedroom
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Dining room
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Activity sector
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Description

Upper floor: Split entry, kitchen, home office, dining and living room. Daylight basement: 3 bedrooms, full bathrooms, utility room.

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Absolute rest in a sun bath

With its south-facing facade, this house will bathe in natural light at any time of the day.
The upper floor of this 884 square ft. home, house plan KIEF (#90100) is composed of a large open area including a laboratory kitchen, a large dining room and a living room perfectly oriented for the sunsets. We also find an office on the rising sun side to be energized from the start of the day. The cathedral ceiling of the house gives it a warm atmosphere and will give your home a unique character. The configuration of this house is perfect for entertaining friends and family in addition to allowing you to arrange the space according to your needs.
In the daylight basement, we find 3 bedrooms, including a master bedroom separated from the other two and having a large walk-in closet. A bathroom has been fitted with an isolated toilet to be functional for the whole family. Contrary to what one might think, having the bedrooms in the daylight basement is very pleasant due to its large windows. These rooms will therefore have greater privacy, since they are less exposed while receiving a lot of natural light. In addition, the temperature will be cooler for a restful sleep even on hot summer nights.
KIEF was designed for its unifying open space, since it is the place where we spend the most time and where we need the most space. This welcoming house is perfect for building your family nest.
* For more information or to buy a traditional construction version, please contact our customer service.

Ecological house plan

There are many elements that can be added to a home to make it eco-friendly. For all the plans in our ecological collection, we identify the intended orientation of the house on the ground (see the logo in the image). In addition, all the plans in this collection include a wall section specific to this type of construction. Therefore, to ensure superior insulation, the walls are made of a double frame of 2x4 spaced 24 inches apart. The amount of wood needed is therefore similar to that of a traditional house that uses 2x6 spaced every 16 inches. In addition, these two walls are also staggered in order to cut thermal bridges as much as possible, that is to say the continuous elements that create heat losses from the inside to the outside of the house. The insulation material used in this wall cut is squirt cellulose. This is a 100% recycled material that perfectly hugs each of the cavities in the wall for optimal insulation. You have questions? Please contact our customer service.

Distinctive elements

Plan with ecological thinking:
wall composition with better energy efficiency.
Modern rustic, ecological 2-storey house plan.
Home office on main floor (or bedroom #4)
Cathedral ceiling.
Open dining and living room concept.
Master bedroom with walk-in closet.
Full bathroom with stacked washer/dryer.
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To ensure superior insulation for each of our ecological homes, the walls are made of a double frame of 2x4 spaced 24 inches apart. The amount of wood needed is therefore similar to that of a traditional house that uses 2x6 spaced every 16 inches. In addition, these two walls are also staggered in order to cut thermal bridges as much as possible, that is to say the continuous elements that create heat losses from the inside to the outside of the house. The insulation material used in this wall cut is squirt cellulose. It is a 100% recycled material that perfectly hugs each of the wall cavities for optimal insulation.
* For more information or to buy a traditional construction version, please contact our customer service.

Plan feature(s)

Office / Study / Den, Island, Double sink vanity, Walk-in master bed., Cathedral ceiling

Plan architectural style(s)

. Modern rustic, . Contemporary, . Ranch, . Modern / Design

Other useful information on this plan

Full description

Absolute rest in a sun bath

With its south-facing facade, this house will bathe in natural light at any time of the day.
The upper floor of this 884 square ft. home, house plan KIEF (#90100) is composed of a large open area including a laboratory kitchen, a large dining room and a living room perfectly oriented for the sunsets. We also find an office on the rising sun side to be energized from the start of the day. The cathedral ceiling of the house gives it a warm atmosphere and will give your home a unique character. The configuration of this house is perfect for entertaining friends and family in addition to allowing you to arrange the space according to your needs.
In the daylight basement, we find 3 bedrooms, including a master bedroom separated from the other two and having a large walk-in closet. A bathroom has been fitted with an isolated toilet to be functional for the whole family. Contrary to what one might think, having the bedrooms in the daylight basement is very pleasant due to its large windows. These rooms will therefore have greater privacy, since they are less exposed while receiving a lot of natural light. In addition, the temperature will be cooler for a restful sleep even on hot summer nights.
KIEF was designed for its unifying open space, since it is the place where we spend the most time and where we need the most space. This welcoming house is perfect for building your family nest.
* For more information or to buy a traditional construction version, please contact our customer service.

Ecological house plan

There are many elements that can be added to a home to make it eco-friendly. For all the plans in our ecological collection, we identify the intended orientation of the house on the ground (see the logo in the image). In addition, all the plans in this collection include a wall section specific to this type of construction. Therefore, to ensure superior insulation, the walls are made of a double frame of 2x4 spaced 24 inches apart. The amount of wood needed is therefore similar to that of a traditional house that uses 2x6 spaced every 16 inches. In addition, these two walls are also staggered in order to cut thermal bridges as much as possible, that is to say the continuous elements that create heat losses from the inside to the outside of the house. The insulation material used in this wall cut is squirt cellulose. This is a 100% recycled material that perfectly hugs each of the cavities in the wall for optimal insulation. You have questions? Please contact our customer service.

Distinctive elements

Plan with ecological thinking:
wall composition with better energy efficiency.
Modern rustic, ecological 2-storey house plan.
Home office on main floor (or bedroom #4)
Cathedral ceiling.
Open dining and living room concept.
Master bedroom with walk-in closet.
Full bathroom with stacked washer/dryer.
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To ensure superior insulation for each of our ecological homes, the walls are made of a double frame of 2x4 spaced 24 inches apart. The amount of wood needed is therefore similar to that of a traditional house that uses 2x6 spaced every 16 inches. In addition, these two walls are also staggered in order to cut thermal bridges as much as possible, that is to say the continuous elements that create heat losses from the inside to the outside of the house. The insulation material used in this wall cut is squirt cellulose. It is a 100% recycled material that perfectly hugs each of the wall cavities for optimal insulation.
* For more information or to buy a traditional construction version, please contact our customer service.

Plan feature(s)

Office / Study / Den, Island, Double sink vanity, Walk-in master bed., Cathedral ceiling

Plan architectural style(s)

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