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Traditional Victorian Digital Home Plan by Vergara Homes

Traditional Victorian Digital Home Plan by Vergara Homes


3 BR  |  3 BA  |  1430.24 sq ft
spacious U-shaped kitchen

walk-in pantry


  • Custom Home Plans with VR Walkthrough!

    If you’ve ever wanted to own a home with a lot of character but balked at the restoration costs, structural limitations, and upkeep of a vintage Victorian home built between 1890-1910s (or up to the 1940s if you’re in the Midwest) - we feel you. 


    Because while older homes are charming, they don’t quite fit your modern lifestyle - where do your appliances even go? (And why are the rooms so small?)


    You want a traditional facade with modern sensibilities - an open kitchen, ample closet space, decently sized bedrooms, and bathrooms, and insulated high ceilings that don’t inflate the heating bill. 


    Our Traditional Victorian Home Plans are made for busy homeowners like you who want their dream home to be a fresh start. 

  • Ready to make it yours?

    This timeless and elegant house features 3 spacious bedrooms (with roomy closets) and bathrooms, a U-shaped open kitchen expanding into an airy dining room, expansive living, family rooms, and a home office - perfect for a growing family. 


    With these meticulously drawn-up plans, your contractors will be motivated to put their best foot forward and get it done in record time. 


    Ready to make it yours?


    >> Click here for 3D walkthrough the house << 

  • Dimensions and Room Details

    • Footprint 1430.24 sq ft (46’-6” wide, 36’-9” length)
    • 2 stories
    • Has an outside driveway (no garage)
    • Type of construction: concrete foundation, exterior wall framing (2x6 wood frames, R13 insulation)
    • Ceiling height: 1st floor 10’-0” and 2nd floor 12’-0”

    1st floor

    • Foyer
    • Office
    • Entry hallway
    • Powder room
    • Dining room
    • Living room
    • Kitchen + breakfast area
    • Pantry
    • Family room

    2nd floor

    • Bedroom hallway
    • Guest bathroom
    • Laundry closet
    • Guest bedroom + walk-in closet
    • Guest bedroom + walk-in closet
    • Primary bedroom + walk-in closet
    • Primary bathroom
    • Attic/crawlspace

✅ The Set of Plans Include:​

  • Cover Page with House Square Footages

  • Construction Floor Plans

  • Foundation Plans

  • Roof Plans

  • Exterior Elevations

  • Section Elevations

  • Structural Plans

  • Interior Millwork Elevations

  • Wall Details

  • Plumbing Details

  • Foundation Details

  • Deck Details

  • Stair Details

  • Section Details

❌ Not Included in the Plans:​

  • Local Expediting or Architect if needed

  • Local architectural code compliance study

  • MEP plans (Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing)

  • No basement layout (however, there’s an attic/crawl space for extra storage with a hatch to pull down the stairs). This can be added to the design package with the customization package.


All electrical, plumbing, structural flooring, gas plans, and designs must be consulted with a local architect and structural engineer to abide by local code and zoning requirements.

Which Plan Should I Buy?

PDF only

Get the PDF plans only if you don’t want to make any changes to your layout. Simply hand it over to your engineer and hit the ground running.

PDF + CAD (Editable CAD 2017 .dwg file)

Know a local architect you can trust who’d be happy to help you make a few layout customizations to your pre-designed home plan? Get the PDF + CAD version. The CAD version is for your architect, and the PDF is for your engineer and contractors. 

PDF + CAD + Feasibility Call

Love the house but not sure who to reach out to for modifications? Get this version of the plans and book a call with us to go over your custom requirements. We’ll help you make changes to the plans so you can get every little detail right for your dream home. Extra charges applicable for major changes. 

I have the plans - what’s next?

1.Bring your local engineer and/or architect on board

Consult with your local architect/engineer and expediter to recalibrate the plans with compliance codes of your city/town. At this stage, you’ll also need to check your property's zoning parameters, requirements, and setbacks.


4. File for permits

Before you begin your build, consult with your engineer to file for the relevant permits. Typically, this should take between 2-3 weeks. 

2. Decide on all Mechanical (MEP) systems such as electrical, plumbing, gas, oil, septic, etc.

Your local engineer or architect will guide you through setting up the relevant systems according to your area’s zoning codes and your specific needs.

5. Get, set, build!

Once the permits are in place, set a start date with your builder and start swinging hammers!

3. Get your build team together

We recommend beginning this process during the time your plans and permits are being filed. Builders typically take 1-2 weeks to prepare a detailed estimate for the build-out of the plans. 

  • I’m familiar with the industry - is this guide too basic for me?
    Not at all. Many people who are familiar with the industry are still not experts and can still make beginners mistakes. More often they are well versed in certain portions of the project and clueless on other parts of the process. This guide gives you insider tips to handle a specific type of renovation. And, you get all the resources we use for our done-for-you clients: spreadsheets for planning, templates, and examples of permits, insurance, and licenses, product lists, as well as access to our network of trusted contractors and trades. So we’re sure you’ll find this guide actionable even if you’re familiar with the industry.
  • Is this guide for private resident owners or those who live in a co-op?
    There are a few exceptions for bathroom renovations in private residences and co-ops (we clarify that in the guide). This means you’ll find this helpful whether you live in a co-op or a private residence.
  • When is the best time to schedule my call with Elizabeth?
    You can schedule a call with Elizabeth whenever you’re ready. However, we want to make sure you get the most out of your 1:1 call. We advise you to schedule it after you’ve surveyed your bathroom, prepared a list of questions, after you’ve gone through the guide up to module 4, and prepared a style board (at least) or when you’re done going through the guide.
  • What if my contractors and trades think I don’t know what I’m doing?
    When you purchase the guide, you’ll get a comprehensive list of questions and checklists (categorized by worker scope for bathroom renovations) that you can rely on to brief your workers. This means you’ll never have to wing it when you’re speaking to them.
  • What if I accidentally damage my home and end up increasing the cost of the renovation?
    You’re not doing the renovation work yourself, so the chances of damaging your home are pretty slim. Accidental damages are usually a side effect of hiring unqualified trades and contractors. But when you get this guide, you’ll learn the ins and outs of vetting and hiring qualified trades who are committed to excellence. And if you notice below-par workmanship, the guide also offers recommendations on navigating these conversations and getting replacement work done without any additional cost to you.
  • How soon can I start planning my remodel after going through the guide?
    You’ll plan as you learn. We know you don’t have the time to sit through a complicated and boring course. That’s why each module is packed with easy-to-implement tips and relevant, current information. Overall, it’ll take you a couple of days to go through the guide (think 2-3 hours each day to learn and implement), and then you’re off to the races.

There's only one question left...

Are you ready to build the house of your dreams for a fraction of the usual price?

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