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It depends on the roof lines and how big the bedroom is. But I tell you it is expensive to build and will not reflect square footage value on an appraisal. So basically it is there for asthetics and buyer appeal.

Aug 02, 2015 10:47 AM
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 Good Monday morning Mike. Because it is not insulated, conditioned and is an open air structure; its cost per square foot would be considerably less expensive than enclosed living space.  Perhaps $15 a square foot.

Aug 02, 2015 06:59 PM
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Mike, I'm guessing that there will be a wide set of prices depending on the area and the cope of the work and materials to be used.

Aug 02, 2015 04:51 AM
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Adds an impressive touch to the home, but probably not very warm in this structure.

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That would look nice on my house.

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Mike - I would imagine that a bedroom would cost less than a drive through portico, but you're the builder, so I will wait for your answer.

Debbie Reynolds has a good answer regarding the value.

Aug 02, 2015 12:15 PM
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Gary Mellott  good job Gary, the unexpected cost gary are those footings under the four posts. in our state they could easily be 8-10 feet deep and 5 feet across full of structures rebar and cement. very expensive. and Debbie Reynolds  is so right , it doesnt reflect much on an appraisal. you get covered porch, but not much credit

Aug 02, 2015 10:52 AM