I finally sat down and put my coop plans on paper. I am trying to make a coop that is easy for me to take care of, provides a wonderful place for the chickens to live, is safe, secure and comfortable and looks really cute. I am in my 50's with some arthritis and would like a coop set up so I can manage on my own. Things that weren't a problem 10 years ago, suddenly seem to be an obstacle, so I want to eliminate them. These plans don't show all the details as I don't know how to draw blueprints. If you have any questions, I can explain them better than I draw them. Here is the basic floor plan. It is hard to tell on here, but the perches will be above the nest boxes and the built in brooder. This is the side elevation that will face the side walk. The bottom under the coop will be closed in by doors, so I can clean under there or store stuff under there. This is both ends. I do hope I have thought of everything I can to make this my perfect coop. Let me know what you think or what I should change. The coop will be about 30" off the ground, the walls will be 4' high with a peaked roof. There will be ventilation along the top of all 4 sides with doors and a window to open in the nice weather. There will be 4 perches for a total of 32' for perch space. The built in brooder will be open to them when not in use. All windows will have hardwire cloth screens. The nest box will be on the wall in the run to keep any predators from getting any ideas about egg stealing. There will be a forage table in the coop, but the rest of the food will be in the run, along with the water. Let me know what you think. Thanks.