Author: Echo Jones

CONCEPTUAL HOUSE PLAN 1464: MODERN AND COMPACT

House Plan on the Drawing Board 1464 features a modern facade and floor plan!

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2197 sq ft, 4 beds, 2.5 baths

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Conceptual House Plan 1464

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Conceptual Design 1464 is an updated version of The Wexler house plan 1248. The exterior is simplified and offers Urban Farmhouse appeal with board-and-batten siding and metal roof accents. A front porch creates a cozy welcome to this narrow-footprint home.

HOME PLAN 1449 – NOW AVAILABLE

NOW AVAILABLE!
The Leland  – Home Plan 1449

At home on a narrow-lot, The Leland is fifty-feet wide and features a front-entry garage. This two-story home plan makes a lasting first impression with multiple gables that draw the eye upward. A metal accent roof and columned front porch complement this low-maintenance exterior. An open dining space flows nicely into the exceptionally spacious island kitchen. The great room facilitates relaxation with a fireplace and views to the rear, while multiple doors access the skylight-topped porch. Additionally, a mud room, utility room, and various closets create a multi-function work station to keep busy families organized and on-task. The master suite is upstairs with over-sized walk-in closets and a luxurious bathroom. Find three additional bedrooms upstairs and a bedroom/study, convenient for guests, on the first floor.

Check out the front rendering of home plan 1449, The Leland.

5 beds, 4.5 baths, 2932 sq ft

CONCEPTUAL HOUSE PLAN 1468: NARROW TWO-STORY

House Plan on the Drawing Board 1468 is a two-story design with a narrow footprint.

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4 beds, 3.5 baths, 2631 sq ft.

Conceptual House Plan 1468

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Conceptual Design 1468 is an updated version of The Courtney house plan 706. The exterior reflects current styles with a mix of cedar shakes and stone. Asymmetrical dormers and arched garage doors create interest for this narrow design. With a two-car, front entry garage and a narrow footprint under 50′ wide, this design will work well on smaller land lots.

How To Make A Small House Plan Feel Large

A small house plan doesn’t have to feel small

Make your home live larger through organization and a few thoughtful design choices!

How To Make A Small House Plan Feel Larger

The Marley – 2046 sq ft

Small house plans have a number of benefits, but if you’re craving space, it may feel like a small plan won’t work for you. The good news is there are a number of ways you can make a small house plan feel quite a bit larger. If you have a small home or are planning to build — and need to build small — here are some tips to make your small house plan feel larger.