The Perfectly Designed Steel Kit Home

Enigmatic Home Perfect for Steel Frame! (HQ Plans)

Thinking outside of the traditionally built home may be difficult for some home seekers but for others having alternatives is a an appealing idea. The steel framed home is an option many families are taking a liking to, and are moving forward with plans to live in an alternatively-built home. There are many reasons to be drawn to the steel kit home and we’ll explore a couple of those reasons below.

The proud owner of this home has the option of having porches on two levels. This not only enhances the design and look of the home but also gives the homeowner more outside space. Today, homebuyers are seeking to live in and outside the home, and this design offers that option.

The master bedroom suite is another big draw because everyone loves an en suite bathroom design. It can lend the illusion of a larger master bedroom and also offer the homeowner privacy, especially if they have children. The media room is another draw, particularly for a family that loves to live the social life.

This is a house which can easily be built using wooden or steel frames. We recommend to get it built on steel frames for durability and longevity.

Key Specs:

Heated/living area:2,296 sq. ft.
Total area:2,875 sq. ft.
Framing Wood – 2×4
Facade Siding
Roof material:Metal
Roof framing:Conventional
First Floor:1396 sq ft/ height 10
Second Floor:900 sq ft/ height 10
Porch:579 sq ft

Stats: total area 2,875 sq. ft., 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 2 stories, 2 garage bays.

Special Features:

Bedroom with Private Bath
Bedroom with Walk-In Closet
Built-In Cabinets, Shelves, Desks
Dual Sinks
Family Room
Formal Dining Room
Front Porch
Garden Tub
Laundry Room-Main Floor
Master Suite – Shower
Master Suite-Main Floor
Media Room
Open Floor Plan
Rear Porch
Soaking Tub + Shower
Split Bedrooms
Walk-In Closet
Water Closet

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