This Home Has It All With A View!
- 4887 SqFt
- 4 Beds
- 4 Baths
- 2 Pwdr
- 2 Floors
- 5 Car Garage
Main Floor Plan
Upper Floor Plan
Third Floor231 SqFt
Upper Floor1380 SqFt
Main Floor3276 SqFt
Total Area4887 SqFt
Height (to Midpt)30'-0"
Roof MaterialMetal/Standing Seam Roof
Wall Framing2 x 6
Main Roof Pitch3/12
Garage Bays5 Car Garage
Garage Area1943 SqFt
- Joisted Crawlspace
A Walk Through The Brunswick
The Brunswick is one of our most popular modern house plans, and it’s easy to see why. This spacious contemporary home is perfect for today’s family. As in many of today’s house plans and designs, the Brunswick offers an incredibly open floor plan and lots of natural light. It also boasts a stunning exterior, an angled garage and plenty of other thoughtful design touches. This four-bedroom home is perfect for the modern family that wants to live stylishly and comfortably, indoors or out. The Brunswick also has four bathrooms, two half-baths, and much more.
One of our favorite features of the Brunswick is the ease with which it can be adapted to bring in other styles. As it is, these modern house plans are contemporary in that they feature asymmetrical lines, unexpected rooflines and an airy layout. But if you want to add overtones of another home style to your Brunswick house plans and designs, no problem – just switch out some exterior materials. For instance, you could select sienna ceramic roof tiles and a stucco treatment to add a Spanish Colonial flare.
Walking up to the Brunswick’s front door, you’ll almost certainly take in a quick breath at the beauty of the home’s façade. Two-story stone towers frame the left and right sides of the door, while a gorgeous window hovers above the covered porch. You enter into a two-story foyer that melds seamlessly into a billiards room, a great room with a two-story wall of windows, and a stunning kitchen/dining area. Should you continue winding around to the right, you’ll discover a beautiful outdoor living area complete with cooking range and sink. This space is protected by the two wings of the Brunswick modern house plans, meaning there will be little wind.
If you choose to walk left instead of right upon entering the Brunswick, you’ll make your way past an office with a built-in desk, and along a skylit, angled hallway to the master bedroom and bath, with its spa tub, spacious shower and large walk-in closet. The Brunswick features the best ideas in contemporary house plans and designs in that the master bedroom is on the main floor and isolated from the rest of the home (perfect for people who are sensitive to noise). On the other end of the lower level, all the way to the right, you’ll find a shop with a covered porch, storage, mud room, laundry room and of course the three-bay garage.
The stairs to the second level are located in the heart of the Brunswick. Upon ascending these stairs, you’ll discover a large loft that’s open both to the great room below and to a stunning second-story balcony. This story of the Brunswick modern house plans also houses three bedrooms, one full bath and two half-baths. Finally, there is a spiral staircase in the middle of the second story – climb this to reach the crow’s nest, the sole room on the third floor.
Favorite features of the Brunswick include a kitchen worthy of a cooking show, with built-in bar-level dining, the incredibly light dining nook and the large, open great room. If you enjoy indoor/outdoor living, natural light and a contemporary style, the Brunswick is a great home for you.
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The base code requires that the design of your structure meet certain requirements. The code allows for a couple of ways to meet these requirements. The first method is known as "prescriptive" wall bracing, and is built into the code as prescribed building elements that must be included at specified positions of the building. Prescriptive methods are acceptable as long as the structure's design fits within certain limitations (wall height, window size/location, etc.). The second method is to demonstrate, by engineering analysis, the forces imposed upon the structure, and the design of structural elements to withstand those forces. Whereas the prescriptive method imposes certain limitations on the design of the structure, the engineering analysis of the building allows for greater flexibility in the design, while ensuring it can withstand the actual natural forces the structure will experience.
In almost all cases, Mascord designs will require site specific engineering analysis. This analysis is required to be conducted by a professional, such as a structural engineer, who is licensed by the state in which the structure will be built. The analysis is specific to the exact building site - for this reason, we do not have "pre-engineered" plans that can be built anywhere. An engineer will need to review the plans and provide an engineering analysis report and additional drawings and specifications to go along with your plans for permit submittal. You should allow for additional time and expense to complete this process.
Some regions have additional engineering requirements, such as earthquake-prone areas of California and the Pacific Northwest, or the Gulf, Florida, & Carolina coasts that are frequented by hurricanes. Additional Wind and Seismic engineering drawings are required to accompany your home plans to obtain a building permit in most areas. These additional drawings need to be provided and stamped by a professional licensed in your state. In most cases we have working relationships established with engineers who can help you obtain the necessary drawings cost effectively, or you are welcome to source your own local engineer.
When the design includes retaining walls, these will also require engineering. Although the code provides for some prescriptive basement and concrete/masonry wall designs, these only work in limited situations. The use of site-engineered retaining walls allows for much greater design flexibility and ensures that the walls are designed specifically for the design loads, unique soils, fluid pressures, and drainage characteristics at the building site. It makes little sense to place the most expensive investment a family typically makes onto a foundation that is not designed for the unique characteristics of the land on which it is set.
All Mascord house plans are designed and detailed to conform to The International Residential Code (for orders out of state), or Oregon and Washington local state codes (for orders in those states).
Your area may have also have specific energy codes that have to be followed. Compliance could include filling out forms providing evidence that your construction drawings meet requirements. In many cases the forms are simple and can be filled out by yourself, or with the aid of your General Contractor.
To find out exactly what drawing details you should expect with your Mascord house plans, see "What's included in a Plan Set?"
If you aren’t sure what may be required, contact your building department and ask for a list of all of the items they require to submit for and obtain a building permit.
We typically calculate and provide sizing of beams for a snowload of 25 psf. You may need beams sized to accommodate larger roof loads specific to your region. We are able to help with this; please speak with our sales staff to discuss your options.
Building jurisdictions in several states - including California, New York, New Jersey, Nevada and Illinois - require that your home design is reviewed and your entire set of construction drawings is stamped by a local professional. If you are building in such an area, it is most likely you will need to hire a state licensed structural engineer to analyze the design and provide additional drawings and calculations required by your local building department.
In addition to the construction drawings, you may also need a site plan that shows where the house is going to be located on your chosen property, along with any grading and water management / septic system requirements.