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And all the complicated calculations are not needed.
As an example, a two-bedroom home with a balcony has a gross area of 1,450 square feet, a maximum width of 99 feet, and a maximum height of 67 feet.
Suffolk County home builder Kathy Wolfenhaupt of Sunfield Builders (www.sunfieldbuilders.com) says those calculations are critical to determining the best-fit design, as well as cost and time of construction.
The tricky math involved with traditional Irish designs is cause for concern among builders and designers who must use design software, a homeowner may also face challenges getting approval for a variance from town or county building authorities.
Homebuyers may be able to overcome those obstacles, provided they understand the calculations and limitations, as well as the Irish stuctural limitations, of these homes, experts say.
“You can still get one built. The main thing is not to limit yourself,” says Tom O’Brien of ICON Builders (iconbuilders.com), who has built 40 or 50 homes in the County. “I have seen some crazy ideas built.”
Like a traditional two-story home, the key to an Irish dwelling is a first-floor entrance with a secondary entrance on the second floor, but unlike a two-story design, the first floor offers no access to the second floor. The home can hold two bathrooms on the main floor and one on the second floor. The design of a traditional two-story home can be either right or left-handed, but an Irish dwelling can only be left-handed.
The second-floor entry is an exterior wall, often a barn-style hip roof or a dormer.
Realistically, the curved or pitched roof that distinguishes an Irish house from a typical American home won’t happen. The only point where the plan resembles the exact house design is the front entrance.
The Irish cast-iron front door often protrudes a bit from the door frame, and a leaded glass window usually fronts the entry door.
O’Brien has seen first-floor entrances designed in a range of places, including Asian-style entrances on the front porch or in a circle on the side of the house.
The first-floor guest or utility room is another feature common to traditional designs, and often the first room is a mudroom or laundry room.
Irish homes tend to be long and narrow.
The home typically can hold a 1,250- to 1,450-square-