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Hello community!

I wanted to ask if anyone could assist in figuring out whether this wall is load-bearing based on this architectural building plan?? This wall is currently the back of a reach-in closet, but I wanted to build an interior door connecting the bedroom to the adjoining bathroom. Sorry I'm a newbie to all this, but very excited to figure it out. TIA!

EDIT: Based on the comments, I've added additional pics for clarity

  • pretty sure this is a Truss roof: there are comments in the building plans that say truss roof, and this home was built in the last 15 years
  • this wall is on the first story/ground level: so no column below. That being said there are 3 columns in the living room area outside this room, none of which directly line up with this wall

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    This is pretty impossible to tell without a full set of plans including roof framing. Is this a truss roof ? Chances are this is not a bearing wall but cannot be definitive without more info.
    – Kyle
    Commented Apr 24, 2022 at 6:33
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    Get an engineer to tell you. Trusting denizens on the net is not good in this case.
    – Solar Mike
    Commented Apr 24, 2022 at 7:34
  • Is there a column below this wall? Commented Apr 24, 2022 at 16:47
  • Thank you. Based on the comments, I've added additional pics for clarity - pretty sure this is a Truss roof: there are comments in the building plans that say truss roof, and this home was built in the last 15 years - this wall is on the first story/ground level: so no column below. That being said there are columns in the living room, none of which directly line up with this wall
    – HAV000
    Commented Apr 24, 2022 at 21:00

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