NEW HOME PLAN – THE HARRISON 1375 IS NOW AVAILABLE

New Home Plan – The Harrison 1375 is a sprawling ranch with 5 bedrooms!

NOW AVAILABLE!

A thoughtful arrangement of public and private spaces results in this family-friendly design with a total of five bedrooms, including the bedroom/study. Special ceiling details and built-in niches display custom style in this Craftsman ranch, which features a large kitchen with prep island and pantry, a three car garage with plenty of storage, and an oversized utility room. The master suite includes huge walk-in closets and a windowed sitting room.

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New home plan - The Harrison 1375 front rendering

5 beds, 5 baths, 3378 sq.ft.

New home plan The Harrison 1375: Main Floor Plan

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New home plan The Harrison 1375: 5 bedroom Craftsman Ranch

Conceptual Design #1375 includes all the popular features of the Birchwood Plan #1239, with an added bedroom with walk-in closet and private bathroom, for a total of five bedrooms including the bedroom/study. This Craftsman ranch design has a formal dining room with buffet niche, a large kitchen with prep island and walk-in pantry, and a windowed breakfast room leading to a screen porch with fireplace.

New home plan The Harrison 1375: Main Floor Plan

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A three car garage provides plenty of storage and workspace, and built-ins at the entrance to the home await keys, coats, and bags. A corner e-space is ideal for charging gadgets and doing homework, and the oversized utility room accommodates bulk storage and household tasks.New home plan The Harrison 1375: Bonus Room Floor Plan

The master suite features two large walk-in closets, a spacious bathroom with separate vanities, access to a covered porch, and a relaxing sitting room surrounded by rear views.

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150 comments on “NEW HOME PLAN – THE HARRISON 1375 IS NOW AVAILABLE

    • Echo on

      Hi Laura, The Harrison home dimensions are 88’6″ x 77’4″. The overall lot size needed will depend on the lot you choose. If you have a plat and know your setbacks we can determine how the home will fit your lot. Contact us for more information – 1-800-388-7580 or info@dongardner.com.

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  1. Kellee on

    Love this plan with a few changes. I would need one room for a home office and another for a crafting room. I think I could easily turn the study/bedrooms into these spaces. I would like more closet space near the entry way and the laundry room. Are there any similar plans that offer a detached garage with breezeway instead of the traditional attached garage?

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    • Echo on

      Thank you Kellee for your feedback! Our customer service department would be happy to assist you with a plan search for similar plans with a detached garage. You may contact them by emailing info@dongardner.com, or by calling 1-800-388-7580.

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  2. Renita on

    Has anyone built this plan yet? Is there a way to play with the plan before submitting for modifications? I see Homeplay links above but they don’t see to be working.

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    • Echo on

      Hi Renita, we have sold this plan several times since it was released last year, but we have not been given permission to release any builder information at this time. If any builder information is shared, you’ll be able to find it on the “Need a Builder” section of The Harrison plan page. Unfortunately, Homeplay is no longer available and we have not found a similar service to offer. We’ll make an announcement if that changes!

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  3. Elizabeth C Goodwin on

    Love the floorplan! It’s everything I’ve been looking for. So thankful to be able to access your talent. How hard/costly would it be to modify the exterior to a lodge style, and add open beams to the great room? In adjusting the exterior look to a lodge style, would it also be possible to lower the height of the roof-line peaks in the center of the house? I would also like to convert the e-space to a larger pantry, and make the walk in closet in the study to a secret room.

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  4. Amy Kilaptrick on

    Could a vaulted ceiling be added to this plan for the great room? I love the Travis house plan but would like the extra bedroom that the Harrison provides. Thanks!!

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    • Echo on

      Hi Amy! Yes, you can change the great room ceiling to a vaulted ceiling if you prefer. This is not a structural change, so it can typically be done by your builder. You can also request modifications with our designer.

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  5. Mandi Carson on

    Love this floor plan just a few questions I would change.
    1. How big are the walkways between the rooms. Kitchen entrance to living room for example.
    2. is it possible to take a little space from laundry and first bedroom to make the showers bath tubs instead?
    3. Can change kitchen and breakfast nook to 10ft tall instead of 9?
    4. Lastly, is there a way to move fireplace in center of the book shells?

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    • Echo on

      Hi Mandi,
      A typical walkway in our plans is 2’8″. The walkway from the kitchen to the living room is exactly this size. You can always make modifications to our designs to fit your needs. You can work with our designer to add a bathtub to the bathroom, raise the ceiling heights, and rearrange the fireplace. Start with our online modification request form. Let us know if you have other questions – 1-800-388-7580 or info@dongardner.com.

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  6. Glenda on

    This is a great plan. almost exactly what I’m looking for. But little things I would change: Need a coat closet near entrances. E space doesn’t look practicle. Too small and isolated for me. Simple change for me would be a desk with cabinets along the wall in the breakfast area. And I have an adult daughter living with us. The back two bedrooms arranged into a small guest area with kitchenette and sharing one larger bath would be better for her

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  7. John F Schultz on

    I totally missed the bath w/tub between the study and the master bath. That resolves one of my issues. 4-car garage and a place for a pool table (looks like the bonus room is the only place it will fit) are both a must for me. I am anxious to see the final product.

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  8. John F Schultz on

    I really like this floorplan. But for me personally, I would need two changes. First would be to put in at least one tub in one of the other bathrooms (resale for someone w/kids). Second, a 4-car garage. I’m having difficulties finding a plan like this, that’s not too large for just the wife and I, and still offers a 4-car garage. I prefer the top image over the bottom. Would also need to see the actual dimension of the bonus room to make sure I can put a full sized pool table there.

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  9. Michael Bailey on

    This plan is featured in a couple designer dream homes presents books. Is it available for purchase now or not. Its listed as the Harrison.

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  10. amy.foree on

    Finally, I found a plan that works for our family of 5! This is the first plan my husband and I have agreed on. Can you tell me the cost of this plan?

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    • Echo on

      Hi Amy, I’m so happy to hear that this plan will work for your family! We do not have a scheduled completion date yet but if you order the plan, we can have it ready in about 12 weeks. The price will start at $1140 for 5 sets. 8 sets – $1200, PDF/reproducile – $1515, AutoCAD – $2810. Contact our customer service team if you would like to order – 1-800-388-7580.
      In case you haven’t seen, we recently released The Harper #1411 with 5 bedrooms.

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        • Echo on

          Yes Stephanie! You do not have to pay for the plans up front to talk with our designer and get a quote on your changes. Start by submitting our online modification request form. You will pay a $99 consultation fee and if you go forward with modifying the plan, this will apply toward your design fees. There is no refund if you decide not to purchase the plan or if you purchase a plan without modifications. It will ask you to select a plan number, since Design #1375 is not active yet, just select the top plan number and let the designer know that you’re actually requesting changes to #1375 in the comments. If you need any assistance with this process or if you have any questions, contact us at 1-800-388-7580 or info@dongardner.com.

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  11. Carrie on

    Is there space for a bathtub in each of the bathrooms attached to the bedrooms, or are they only planned for a shower? Bathtubs would be important for small children using those rooms. Thank you!

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  12. Kimberly on

    Love this plan. Would like to see a small coat closet for guests and a half-bath upstairs. I am assuming that taking the “spa” off is not an issue since it is outside. No need for that. Also, would use the sun room as an office. However, I believe this is the best plan I have found. Looking for a lot. I hope we find one that will fit the dimensions of this house.

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  13. Jenna on

    One of the bedrooms has a hall next to the closet which seems like wasted space. That area needs to be re-worked if I were going to build this house. Everything else is perfect!

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  14. Sarah on

    We love this plan! One question before I get into comments and personal adjustment ideas. What is the full width and depth of the house? I need to see how it would fit on our lot.

    It’s so difficult to find a plan under 3500 sqft that has the 4-5 bedrooms and bonus room that isn’t huge or with an awkward layout. This accomplishes just about everything we want!! My husband and I live in Florida, so a coat closet isn’t necessary, but a place for guests shoes and umbrellas is by the front door – similar to a mudwall. I like to edit plans I like and agree with most comments that an accessible bathroom on the right side of the house is necessary. So, I took a pencil to paper and removed the bathroom by the porch and made it a hallway, easy outdoor access for a pool bath. Then I turned the bathroom between the bedrooms on the right into a Jack and Jill with an additional doorway from the hall. I LOVE natural light for my laundry room, so is there a way to move that and make the stairs more accessible from the main room? Then using the space under them for the hall closet? And I would love my kitchen sink at a back window, this is my personal preference, so I’m considering removing the breakfast nook and putting the sink under that back wall, which allows me to leave the utility room where it is and put a window looking out to the porch. A problem I can’t seem to solve is how to layout the kitchen and not fully open it to my dining room or living room but still keep it as a mostly open floor plan. Again, personal preferences. Overall, this plan is just about perfect!!

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  15. Marybeth on

    Most of his plans like this one does not have a closet by the foyer, nor does the entrance by the garage have a closet. The other issue I see is not having a 1/2 bath by the kitchen. You would have to use one of the bedrooms.

    The plan is interesting on the left half but the right half is too rectangular with all the bedrooms and makes it less interesting.

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  16. Mary on

    Needs a nonprivate, hall accessible bathroom in the back hall. Three private baths – too many back there. Love the plan. Wish it had a country or craftsman look.

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  17. Donna Myers on

    Concept 1375
    What would the square footage be without the back two bedrooms? I really like this, but I don’t need that much space.
    I am having a hard time finding something that meets HOA needs and mine.
    Thanks!

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  18. SB on

    Hello –

    We were wondering what the ceiling height is in the garage for this plan? The original 1375 plan details on the site, list it as 24′ x 33′ x 0.

    Thanks
    SB

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  19. Van Tyner on

    I love this plan. We built a Gardner house already. Looking to maybe sell and build this one. The only change I would make…I’m a photographer and need a office, so I would turn the 3rd bedroom (acroos from laundry) into a office with a outside entry so I can meet with clients. I would suggest on future plans to put a freezer in kitchen or laundry!!!

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  20. Scott on

    We really love the Birchwood plan and the derivatives of it that we’ve come across in your gallery, this one included.

    But one thing that is sorely missing in most of them is a coat closet by the front door.

    The closest place for guests (or family members) coats, jackets, scarves to live is in the WIC in the study, which is less than ideal.

    Please consider adding a coat closet somewhere in the entry?

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  21. Jess on

    Is there any way to slightly modify this plan to be no wider than 75 feet? We are looking for a plan that is no wider than 75ft, no limit in depth and this one is perfect! Is this possible? Excited to hear back!

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  22. Jessica on

    Have anything that is a little smaller in width? We love this plan, but our lot is narrow and deep. We were trying to stay at 75 ft wide max? But no limit on depth… Thoughts?

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  23. Gail on

    Make the Master Bedroom wider and longer
    Master closet along exterior wall much larger.
    This is not a duplicate comment.

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  24. Gail on

    Can you reverse this image so I can see the plan the way we need the home. LOVE THE FLOORPLAN.
    Make a 2 story house with 2 story LR and Foyer
    Daylight basement
    Bath off study, eliminate full bath and make a powder room only

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    • Echo on

      Thank you Gail! We do not have a reversed image available in the conceptual stage but we can certainly reverse the plan when you order. We also offer modification services so that you can make changes to better fit your needs. Give us a call for more information: 1-800-388-7580

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  25. Heather on

    Does the total sq ft include the sun room or the bonus room? This floorplan is perfect but to stick within budget we need to be around 2800 sq ft.

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  26. Meghan on

    Love this plan!! Only changes I would make is to put a walk in closet in the bonus room and move the fireplace in the great room. I would use the bonus room as a home school classroom and playroom, so a large closet is a must. For the fireplace, we use a projector instead of a tv for movies, so we would need space above the fireplace if the ceiling in vaulted, or move the fireplace into the corner. Love the oversized laundry room and that the garage does not enter into it. There have been so many large family home designs with small walk through laundry rooms. The designers obviously don’t have 5+ children and realize how much laundry that generates on a daily basis. Thanks for a great plan!

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  27. Lana Sturgon on

    Love this. I LOVE the utility near the 3 bedrooms. If I built this I’d modify by extending the large master closet towards the sun room and putting stacked front loading washer/dryer in the 2nd smaller master closet. I don’t want to haul dirty clothes across the house.

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  28. Polina on

    Hi, Emily,
    We are looking for something VERY similar – just wanted to take 2 bedrooms and make them into an in-law suite. Possible??

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  29. Amy Lindblade on

    I love everything thing about this plan. Best dream plan for my family. I love the sizes of all the bedrooms, some designers seem to think we want to sleep in in a arena and have our kids sleep in a room not larger than a closet. I like that all bedrooms have an attached bathroom. I like the master bedroom closets as they are, as I nearly always need access to the closet from either the bathroom or bedroom. If I could change anything, I would add a large closet near the front door. My sister has one in her home and it’s so handy for coats and gloves, etc. Even though most people enter the home through the garage, we have guests and you can never have to many closets. It’s not common in modern homes, but I think it’s time for a comeback. I also think every home these days should have a mudroom and your plan has the E space which could work well for that purpose. Love the larger utility room. And you can’t tell from these plans, but as a Craftsman, I’m sure it has lots of built -ins and I would also love a home that includes and elevated fireplace and hearth. It’ makes such a difference to have the center of the fireplace at eye level. Awesome job on these plans!

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  30. Ren on

    Love the floorplan – Do you have a simliar floorplan with 3-car garage and only 4 bedrooms (or 3 bedrooms & office).

    Thank you!

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  31. Diane Remus on

    really like this plan, but would like to see the staircase plan start by the Bedroom closet to open up the drop zone/espace. Also push smaller master closet over to make one large and not so much wasted space in bath. Very much enjoy your designs.

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  32. Carolyn Flood on

    I like the plan I particularly like the large utility room. Would like to see a similar plan in a smaller version. I would also like to see the master bedroom closet/bath with an entrance, so that you don’t have to walk through the bedroom to get to the closets and bath. I like the closets used as a noise barrier between the bedroom and bathroom.

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  33. D. Baker on

    Really like this plan. Great for a large family. Only changes I would suggest are adding a desk area/organization station in the breakfast area or possibly kitchen and changing e-space into a mud area.

    Love the walk-in closets, porches, & 3 car garage.

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