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Sand Mountain by John Tee

Posted by etr2002 (My Page) on
Tue, Sep 10, 13 at 1:34

Has anyone completed the Sand Mountain plan by John Tee? If so, are you happy with the plan and do you have any input on recommended changes?


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RE: Sand Mountain by John Tee

Did you ever get any responses? Seems like a really popular houseplan,...! We are looking at it as well. Did you decide to build it?


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RE: Sand Mountain by John Tee

We are building a modified sand mountain now. We changed the office into a bedroom and changed the master layout. We also attached the garage and moved the half bath. We changed some other room sizes and layouts also. It looks a good bit different than the original stone mountain plan. I will post the floor plan and some pictures later tonight.


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RE: Sand Mountain by John Tee

The room labeled as a study will be a bedroom. Other than that everything should be as labeled.


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This is the most recent picture I have of the exterior.


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RE: Sand Mountain by John Tee

thanks! its not actually us, but friends of ours... they're trying to pick from a couple house plans and it helps so much to hear from people who are/have built. Looks great! Thank you!


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This is our version of Sand Mountain......going to be moving in soon.


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RE: Sand Mountain by John Tee

Hi, I'm new to this website and forum. Our house burned down this past Tuesday and we've decided to rebuild. However, we've got to get a move on it! We are trying to decide b/t two plans. This one and the Calabash Cottage from William Poole. I think I like this one better. I have many many questions. My first is, can someone give me an estimate of how much this house is costing per square foot? I know it depends on location and materials used, but I was just hoping I could get some kind of ball park. We live in the country in Mississippi. Thanks so much!


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RE: Sand Mountain by John Tee

I am sure sorry about your home.....was it a lightening strike? This house is in Southern Ala and there was a lot of lightening damage and one house fire last week. I have seen this house for sale anywhere from $ 489000 to $900,000 (in Atlanta upscale subdivision). Send me your private email address to: ratucker3@icloud.com, and I will share more info. We really like the look, but changed the left side office and laundry room to create what we call a hearth room. We also built on a crawl space, most newer homes here are on a flat....but wanted old style hand laid oak floors throughout and did not want to put those on top of a flat. My builder is near Bay Minette, AL if that is close to you in MS. Ralph Tucker


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RE: Sand Mountain by John Tee

We're also building this plan, and we also changed the left side. We went with the two-bedrooom upstairs as well.

Photos to follow.


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