3964 (The Richelieu)

Contemporary waterfront cottage house plan, with open floor plan, designed to manage flood damaged

Bedrooms

2

Bathroom(s)

1

Living area

1337 sq.ft.

  • front - BASE MODEL - Contemporary waterfront cottage house plan, with open floor plan, designed to manage flood damaged - The Richelieu
  • Rear view - BASE MODEL - The Richelieu
  • Color version 1 - Front - The Richelieu
  • Color version 1 - Rear - The Richelieu

front - BASE MODEL

Rear view - BASE MODEL

Color version 1 - Front

Color version 1 - Rear

Vignette front - BASE MODEL - 3964
Vignette Rear view - BASE MODEL - 3964
Vignette Color version 1 - Front - 3964
Vignette Color version 1 - Rear - 3964

View by floor

  • 1st level

    1st level - Contemporary waterfront cottage house plan, with open floor plan, designed to manage flood damaged - The Richelieu
  • 2nd level

    2nd level - Contemporary waterfront cottage house plan, with open floor plan, designed to manage flood damaged - The Richelieu
Vignette 1st level - 3964
Vignette 2nd level - 3964

View the size of the rooms and height of the ceilings

View the size of the rooms and height of the ceilings

1st level
Rooms Sizes Ceiling
Foyer 6'0" x 12'6" ~ 8'0"
Workshop 10'2" x 13'4" ~ 8'0"
Carport 24'0" x 20'0" ~ 8'2"
Exterior storage 10'8" x 6'8" ~ 8'2"
2nd level
Rooms Sizes Ceiling
Storage 6'4" x 10'10" ~ 8'0"
Kitchen/dinette 10'0" x 13'8" ~ 8'0"
Bedroom 13'0" x 10'4" ~ 8'0"
Bedroom 10'4" x 10'4" ~ 8'0"
Full bathroom 8'0" x 10'0" ~ 8'0"
Living room 16'4" x 13'8" ~ 8'0"
Laundry room 3'2" x 5'2" ~ 8'0"

General specifications

Total living area 1337 sq.ft.
1st level 336 sq.ft.
2nd level 1001 sq.ft.
Width 36'0"
Depth 28'0"
Ridge height from top of foundation 24'2"
Exterior wall 2 X 6
Foundation type included in the plan Floating Slab
Other available foundations ($) Crawl space, Monolithic Slab
Builder price code C

Rooms specifications

Bedroom(s) 2
Full baths 1
Half baths -
Garage type Carport (0 sq.ft.)
Living bonus space -
Bonus storage -
Find a builder

Units specifications

Total living area 1337 sq.ft.
1st level 336 sq.ft.
2nd level 1001 sq.ft.
Width 36'0"
Depth 28'0"
Ridge height from top of foundation 24'2"
Exterior wall 2 X 6
Foundation type included in the plan Floating Slab i
Other available foundations ($) Crawl space, Monolithic Slab
Builder price code C

Rooms specifications

Bedroom(s) 2
Full baths 1
Half baths -
Garage type Carport (0 sq.ft.)
Living bonus space - i
Bonus storage - i

Buy this plan

From : 860$

Modify this plan

Get a quote

Description

1st level: Entry and workshop/storage. 2nd level: Kitchen / dinette, living room, two bedrooms, bathroom and storage/mechanical.

Other useful information on this plan

Lakefront affordable house plan designed to minimize flood damage

2011 was a year of many floods nationwide. Regrettably, this caused incredible hardship and stress to those located on affected floodplains. As homes are repaired or replaced, this risk is top of mind. In response to demand for home plans that would minimize potential damage in the event of a recurrence, we at Drummond House Plans have come up with a design which would be minimally affected by rising waters. In addition, rear oriented living spaces and panoramic views make this home particularly attractive.

This house is characterized by a ground floor built of concrete walls clad with a stone veneer, providing robust “piers” for the main structure. Waterproof insulation, concrete walls and a metal staircase would suffer minimal damage in the event of repeat flooding. A workshop and storage are conveniently located on the main level and a large carport could alternatively be developed as an enclosed garage if desired.

The upper level includes two good-sized bedrooms, a bathroom with soaker tub and 34”x51” independent shower, a laundry area and a mechanical/storage room. The open concept floorplan takes advantage of panoramic rear views via abundant windows. A generous deck creates attractive seasonal recreation space with easy access to the living areas. The overall benefit is a home which is functional, attractive and subject to minimal damage in the event of flooding.

Distinctive elements

Dwelling designed to limit the damage in case of flooding. Designed with no basement and with minimal ground floor to minimize flood damage potential. Activities area and rooms on upper level to provide further security for the occupants. Windows and large deck provide a remarkable panoramic view.

Plan feature(s)

Second floor laundry room, Mud room, Bonus storage

Other useful information on this plan

Full description

Lakefront affordable house plan designed to minimize flood damage

2011 was a year of many floods nationwide. Regrettably, this caused incredible hardship and stress to those located on affected floodplains. As homes are repaired or replaced, this risk is top of mind. In response to demand for home plans that would minimize potential damage in the event of a recurrence, we at Drummond House Plans have come up with a design which would be minimally affected by rising waters. In addition, rear oriented living spaces and panoramic views make this home particularly attractive.

This house is characterized by a ground floor built of concrete walls clad with a stone veneer, providing robust “piers” for the main structure. Waterproof insulation, concrete walls and a metal staircase would suffer minimal damage in the event of repeat flooding. A workshop and storage are conveniently located on the main level and a large carport could alternatively be developed as an enclosed garage if desired.

The upper level includes two good-sized bedrooms, a bathroom with soaker tub and 34”x51” independent shower, a laundry area and a mechanical/storage room. The open concept floorplan takes advantage of panoramic rear views via abundant windows. A generous deck creates attractive seasonal recreation space with easy access to the living areas. The overall benefit is a home which is functional, attractive and subject to minimal damage in the event of flooding.

Distinctive elements

Dwelling designed to limit the damage in case of flooding. Designed with no basement and with minimal ground floor to minimize flood damage potential. Activities area and rooms on upper level to provide further security for the occupants. Windows and large deck provide a remarkable panoramic view.

Plan feature(s)

Second floor laundry room, Mud room, Bonus storage

Ask a question or leave a comment on this plan

Thank you for your comment! It must be approved before being put online, please allow a period of 24 hours.

Answer this comment :