Pur (90101)

Ecological house plan, green house, one (1) bedroom, open floor plan concept, office corner

Bedrooms

1

Bath(s)

1

Half B.

-

Living area

784 sq.ft.

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Left view

Explanations

front - BASE MODEL

Rear view - BASE MODEL

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1st level
Rooms Sizes Ceiling
Kitchen/dining room 10'10" x 10'6" ~ 8'0"
Pantry 3'0" x 2'0" ~ 0'0"
Storage room 3'11" x 3'0" ~ 0'0"
Bathroom 11'0" x 7'1" ~ 8'0"
Linen 3'0" x 1'4" ~ 0'0"
Living room 15'0" x 11'10" ~ 8'0"
Office nook 4'0" x 1'8" ~ 0'0"
Bedroom 11'0" x 10'8" ~ 8'0"
Deck 20'0" x 16'0" ~ 0'0"
Mechanical room 7'9" x 3'11" ~ 8'0"
Covered porch 14'6" x 5'8" ~ 8'0"
Interior garden 13'0" x 7'6" ~ 12'0"

General specifications

Total living area 784 sq.ft.
1st level 784 sq.ft.
Width 28'0"
Depth 32'0"
Ridge height from top of foundation 14'9"
Exterior wall 2 X 6
Foundation type included in the plan Floating Slab
Builder price code AA

Rooms specifications

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

Total living area 784 sq.ft.
1st level 784 sq.ft.
Width 28'0"
Depth 32'0"
Ridge height from top of foundation 14'9"
Exterior wall 2 X 6
Foundation type included in the plan Floating Slab i
Builder price code AA

Rooms specifications

Bedroom(s) 1
Full baths 1
Half baths -
Garage type -
Living bonus space - i
Bonus storage - i
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  • Photo Mezzanine - Pur

Kitchen
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Foyer
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Mezzanine
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Description

Main floor: Entrance, kitchen/dining room, family room, master bedroom, bathroom with laundry area, green house, partial sheltered rear terrace. Slab foundation, other options available.

Other useful information on this plan

Ecological one-bedroom small & modern house plan for a simpler lifestyle!

Created for a north orientation, the PUR mini-house has everything to meet your minimalist needs with its 784 square ft. Both compact and functional, this home will welcome you with a covered entrance threshold that can be used as outside storage out of sight.
Upon entering the house, we find ourselves in an open space which includes all the living rooms. The kitchen which integrates the dining room is located to the north. It is connected to the living room by a small office space with a view of nature. The living room, meanwhile, is embellished by a magnificent fireplace which will undoubtedly become the centerpiece of this house. This fireplace can also be admired from the mezzanine above the bedroom. This small, hidden space can serve as a hideaway or reading nook to get away from it all when you feel the need to. The exposed beams on the ceiling contribute to the warm atmosphere while adding a touch of character to the spaces of this mini-house.
To the south-east of the house, the master bedroom is fitted out with a view of the greenhouse. The latter having 112 square feet will allow you to grow fresh vegetables all year round and lead you to an independent lifestyle. In addition, the roof of the greenhouse has been designed so that you can easily integrate solar panels if you wish.
Despite the small dimensions of this house, you will find plenty of storage to meet all your needs. This little nest is perfect for a single person or for a couple with a minimalist lifestyle and wanting to get closer to nature.
* 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.
House that can adapt to narrow land.
Small one-bedroom ecological and contemporary house plan.
Master bedroom overlooking the sunroom.
Small reading nook above master bedroom, overlooking the fireplace.
Open floor plan concept with computer desk.
Full bathroom with stacked washer and 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)

Open floor layout, Greenhouse, Planning desk, Fireplace, Cathedral ceiling, Gound floor laundry room

Other useful information on this plan

Full description

Ecological one-bedroom small & modern house plan for a simpler lifestyle!

Created for a north orientation, the PUR mini-house has everything to meet your minimalist needs with its 784 square ft. Both compact and functional, this home will welcome you with a covered entrance threshold that can be used as outside storage out of sight.
Upon entering the house, we find ourselves in an open space which includes all the living rooms. The kitchen which integrates the dining room is located to the north. It is connected to the living room by a small office space with a view of nature. The living room, meanwhile, is embellished by a magnificent fireplace which will undoubtedly become the centerpiece of this house. This fireplace can also be admired from the mezzanine above the bedroom. This small, hidden space can serve as a hideaway or reading nook to get away from it all when you feel the need to. The exposed beams on the ceiling contribute to the warm atmosphere while adding a touch of character to the spaces of this mini-house.
To the south-east of the house, the master bedroom is fitted out with a view of the greenhouse. The latter having 112 square feet will allow you to grow fresh vegetables all year round and lead you to an independent lifestyle. In addition, the roof of the greenhouse has been designed so that you can easily integrate solar panels if you wish.
Despite the small dimensions of this house, you will find plenty of storage to meet all your needs. This little nest is perfect for a single person or for a couple with a minimalist lifestyle and wanting to get closer to nature.
* 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.
House that can adapt to narrow land.
Small one-bedroom ecological and contemporary house plan.
Master bedroom overlooking the sunroom.
Small reading nook above master bedroom, overlooking the fireplace.
Open floor plan concept with computer desk.
Full bathroom with stacked washer and dryer.
---
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)

Open floor layout, Greenhouse, Planning desk, Fireplace, Cathedral ceiling, Gound floor laundry room

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