Home Plan Detail

Hopkins Forest

By: Ed Kriskywicz
Construction Design


Square Footage

Total living area: 1914'
Basement: 3828'
Main Level:1914'
Footprint: 66' 4" W x 37' 0" D


Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 2.5
Master suite location: Main Floor


Levels: 1
Parking: Garage
Number of car stalls: 1
Modifiable to:
Crawlspace, Pier, Slab
Lot type(s): Sloping
Modifiable to:
All others


  • Vaulted Ceiling
  • Upper Bonus Room
  • Basement Plan
  • Large Deck
  • Open Plan
  • Fireplace


A small covered portico leads to the front door. The entry is directly into an open great room with a vaulted ceiling that rises from 16' at the sides to a soaring 22' in the middle. Sliding glass doors, windows, and a picture window above look out to the rear deck and the views beyond it. A fireplace and media center on the left has a curved hearth that mimics the curved exterior deck. The great room is open to both the kitchen and the dining room, each of which has a 10' ceiling with a 2'–wide soffit around the edges.

The kitchen has a center island with a rounded counter for eating or serving. A pocket door between it and the dining area leads to a large walk–in pantry, a powder room, and a door to the side porch. A trio of windows over the sink in the kitchen look out to the front, and a wall of glass in the dining area looks out to and through the rear deck.

On the other side of the entry there's a bedroom/sewing room with views to the front, and a stairwell to the basement level. A short hallway leads to either the master suite, a full bath, a laundry room, or an oversized one–car garage which has space for a workshop and an optional bonus room above it. The garage space could easily be extended to accommodate two or more cars, which would result in a larger upper bonus room as well. The master bedroom has a walk–in closet, a large bay window for light and views, and a full bath.

The basement plan for a future lower level provides two more bedrooms, and an open family room with a kitchenette and a fireplace that walks out to the rear. There is also a wine storage room, a mechanical/storage room, a full bath, and a locker room on this level.

The plans for this home call for insulated concrete form (ICF) exterior walls. However, they can easily be changed to 2x6 stud walls by your builder or a design professional. Be sure to confirm this with your builder prior to purchasing the plans.

Floor Plans