HOUSE PLAN 1461 – NOW IN PROGRESS

House Plan 1461 has been named The Liam!

NOW IN PROGRESS!

This house plan has been selected for completion and will be available for purchase soon. See how the original sketches compare to the design in progress, and leave your comments at the bottom of the page!

Check out the front rendering of house plan 1461, The Liam.

3625 sq ft, 4 beds, 3.5 baths

This Urban Farmhouse exterior mixes vertical and horizontal siding and is highlighted with metal roof accents and an exposed stone chimney. This house plan features multiple gables that create instant curb-appeal and a front entry garage works well for narrower lots. The gourmet kitchen features a large island and a bar with prep-sink that services the great room. A breakfast nook is available for casual meals while a separate dining room with buffet niche is great for entertaining. This floor plan meets every need with a powder room for guests, a walk-in pantry, spacious utility room, and a mud room with storage and bench seating. The master bedroom is topped with a tray ceiling and opens into a spa-quality bathroom and a walk-in closet with ample space for two wardrobes. The study completes the first floor and enjoys French doors and built-in shelves. Upstairs, three large bedrooms each have a walk-in closet. One of the bedrooms has a private full bathroom while the other two bedrooms share a bath with a double-sink vanity. The bonus room could function as a guest suite or storage area and has its own closet. The second-floor media room makes the perfect space for games, movies or hobbies.

Check out the first floor plan of The Liam, house plan 1461.

54’6″ x 86’0″

Check out the second floor plan of The Liam, house plan 1461.

Compare to the original sketches:

House Plan on the Drawing Board 1461 is a two-story design with a media room on the second floor!

Check out the front elevation of house plan 1461.

Conceptual House Plan 1461:

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This Urban Farmhouse  exterior mixes vertical and horizontal siding and is highlighted with metal roof accents and an exposed stone chimney. This house plan features multiple gables that create instant curb-appeal and a front entry garage works well for narrower lots.

The gourmet kitchen features a large island and a bar with prep-sink that services the great room. A breakfast nook is available for casual meals while a separate dining room with buffet niche is great for entertaining. This floor plan meets every need with a powder room for guests, a walk-in pantry, spacious utility room, and a mud room with storage and bench seating.

The master bedroom is topped with a tray ceiling and opens into a spa-quality master bathroom and a walk-in closet with ample space for two wardrobes. The study completes the first floor and enjoys french doors and built-in shelves.

Check out the first floor plan of house plan 1461.

Upstairs, three large bedrooms each have a walk-in closet. One of the bedrooms has a private full bathroom while the other two bedrooms share a bath with a double-sink vanity. The bonus room could function as a guest suite or storage area and has its own closet. Children (or dad) will love the second floor media room which would make the perfect theater or game room.

Check out the second floor plan of house plan 1461.

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6 comments on “HOUSE PLAN 1461 – NOW IN PROGRESS

  1. Chad Bonds on

    Great design. The only thing I would change is the master closet and utility room. I’d like to see the closet square to make room for an island.

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  2. John J Holahan on

    Like Kyla, I believe there’s enough storage. I would rather see a “drop zone” for packages and such so that shoes and boots may removed at the bench. You might consider rearranging their positions.

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  3. Kaiya Price-Dennis on

    Very nice house plan. The only I would do is take out the storage closet in the hall and make the powder room larger. There is already enough storage in the mud room and elsewhere in the house. Also, removing the storage would give the hall more wall space to display art or a decorative piece of furniture.

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