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Hudson Home Designs

Mirror Plan
#A207-B2 :: THE WESTLY 2 :: 2 Floors

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First Floor: 1396 SQ. FT.    Second Floor: 857 SQ. FT.   
Total Living: 2253 SQ. FT.    Total Roofed: 2727 SQ. FT.
Width: 35' - 0"    Depth: 60' - 0"    Ridge Height: 25' - 9"

Plan Details

Plan Style:

  • Craftsmen / Bungalow
  • Victorian / Victorian Eclectic


2 Floors


  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 3
  • 1/2 Bathrooms: 1
  • Car Storage: 0


  • First Floor: 1396
  • Second Floor: 857
Total Living: 2253
  • Porches: 474
Total Roofed: 2727


  • Width: 35'-0"
  • Depth: 60'-0"
  • Ridge Height: 25'-9"
  • Average Ceiling Height: 10'-0
  • Average Roof Pitch: 8
  • Roof Load: 30#
  • Exterior Framing: 2x4

Exterior Finish:

  • Siding
  • Brick
  • Average Window type: Single Hung

Best suited Region:

  • Southeast

Exterior Features:

  • Covered Front Porch
  • Covered Rear Porch

Car Features:

Main Features:

  • Open Floor Plan
  • Media Room
  • Storage
  • Game Room
  • Drop Zone

Kitchen Feature:

  • Breakfast
  • Kitchen Walkin Pantry
  • Peninsula Bar

Bed / Bath Features:

  • Jack and Jill Bath
  • His and Hers Closets
  • Walk-In Closets

Notes About This Plan:

What Is Included With This Set Of Plans:

Cover Sheet:

Protects the other documents within the set of plans. Typically shows a 3-D perspective view of the exterior of the project....

Foundation Plan:

Includes the complete foundation with dimensions, plumbing locations for slabs and reference details for foundation construction.  Also includes any specific construction notes or requirements to ensure proper installation. Does not include Structural Engineering stamp due to regional specification and requirements per local conditions. Typically, structural requirements can be obtained by local lumber supplier for little or no cost.


Exterior views from all four directions that include dimensions, height dimensions including the finished floor to the highest point of the structure.  Also includes all special construction notes, finishes and applicable elements that need extra detail to convey the design intent to construct in the field correctly.

Floor Plan(s):

Complete with dimensions of wall locations, windows, doors, cabinetry, and special construction elements. Notes including standard and special conditions tailored for the tradesmen in mind. We strive to give your contractor more dimensions than they need.

Roof Plan:

Complete with overhang dimensions, plate heights which remove the guesswork of how the roof is properly constructed.  Also includes roof pitches, notes for special conditions, roof square footage which is a big help estimating roof materials and reducing job site waste.

Rafter plan:
Complete with rafter lengths and a separate rafter cut list for a second to none accuracy of materials needed. This practice also aids the framer in selecting the proper lengths before cutting to minimize waste.


All relevant details including Cornice (eave) which are designed directly from each plan "we do not reuse details with each plan." we also include applicable enlarged details which need even more magnification in order to properly explain the design intent.

Interior Elevations:

Inside views of the structure, including cabinetry, electrical and any applicable special construction that needs that extra level of detail.

Floor and Ceiling joist Plan:

Complete with spans including sizes and direction.  Crawlspace and basement plans include Floor Joist.


Also known as a cut through the entire structure.  This explains in further detail how the structure is built and properly braced to ensure a safe home. Our practice also includes complete dimensions, notes, and any required special attention needed.

Electrical Plan:

Complete with layout and location of lights, switches, and plugs.  When we include wall plugs, we go beyond the code standards, which gives you more walls to choose to plug up your appliance.

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