NEW HOUSE PLAN – THE ROARK 1406 IS NOW AVAILABLE

This three bedroom house plan is packed with special features!

NOW AVAILABLE!

This small Craftsman cottage enjoys open living spaces and a split bedroom layout. The great room and dining room flow into one another, while the efficient kitchen is open to both with its angled seating bar. A walk-in pantry, coat closet, and e-space are located near the garage for convenient unpacking, and a large utility room provides storage and workspace. The garage includes storage and shelving space, its own covered entry, and a bonus room above awaiting expansion. The cozy master suite is situated for privacy, with access to relaxing covered porches with skylights.

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House Plan #1406 - The Roark is now available

3 beds, 2 baths, 1743 sq. ft.

House plan #1406 - The Roark is now available


Here’s a brand new Craftsman style conceptual design! Please take a moment to give us your comments and/or suggestions!

House plan #1406 - The Roark is now available

Conceptual Design #1406 is a small Craftsman cottage with open living spaces and a split bedroom layout. The great room and single dining space are set apart by columns, while the efficient kitchen is open to both with its angled seating bar. A walk-in pantry and coat closet are located near the garage for convenient unpacking, and the handy e-space awaits mail, keys, and gadgets. A large utility room provides storage and workspace with a view to the outside. The side entry garage includes two storage areas, its own covered entry, and a bonus room above awaits expansion. The cozy master suite is situated for privacy, with access to relaxing covered porches with skylights.

House plan #1406 - The Roark is now available

Main Floor Plan

House plan #1406 - The Roark is now available

Bonus Floor Plan and Rear Elevation

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48 comments on “NEW HOUSE PLAN – THE ROARK 1406 IS NOW AVAILABLE

  1. Jeremy on

    It took my wife and I a while to decide on a plan but we really liked this house and to run with it. We just got it dried in. Pictures to follow once we make a little more progress.

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  2. Melinda on

    LOVE this plan!! Love the size…except…extending dinning room to edge of back porch and closing in the side porch and connecting to the laundry room to make a huge storage space. This plan has everything I’ve been looking for. Thank you, thank you!

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  3. Tammy Stettler on

    I like this. I am looking for a plan that would allow me to have my elderly mom and dad stay with me, when the time comes. So I would love to see the bedroom / study closed to the foyer and the bathroom between the two baths a jack and jill. And a half bath in the vicinity of the pantry / laundry. I would sacrifice the pantry for a 1/2 bath

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  4. Nikki on

    This plan is definitely at the top of my list! I would love to see a few changes though….make the pantry a half bath, change the e-space to pantry cabinets, remove doorway in the foyer to the bedroom/study, and add basement access. I can’t wait to see the final plan!

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  5. Sarah Garcia on

    I really like this plan overall. Just a few tweaks here and there would make this perfect. I wouldn’t want the prep sink on the island. I’d rather have the breakfast bar all at counter height instead of split to bar height. I’d prefer to have a tub/shower in the second bathroom instead of a stand alone shower. I wouldn’t want the second door on the bedroom off the foyer. I’d rather have more storage in the garage than the side porch and I don’t need the exterior door into the laundry room. I’d prefer a corner fireplace.

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  6. Tony on

    Love this facade, would like to place this 1406 front facade on the ferris floor plan, and modify the ferris pantry/closet into a 1/2 bath using the ferris drawing that includes steps to basement. Expanding the floor plan to include living space where basement steps are currently drawn. Is this doable? Timeframe?

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  7. Shara on

    I like 1406. I agree that pantry access from the kitchen would be more convenient. I would definitely need to make the master closet larger, but I really like this plan.

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  8. Rhonda on

    I’m looking to build this spring. Looking at Ferris, 1404 & 1406. I would like to see a powder room off the kitchen. When would 1404 and 1406 be available? I really like the porch entry since no one comes to my front door!

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  9. Stacey on

    The porch on the right could be eliminated and utilized as living space. I have no need for an e-space. I love this plan but it is overall too small. If I could just enlarge every room it would be much better.

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  10. Janet Fuhrman on

    Nice flow to this plan. The great room is rather small; would benefit from a foot or 2 in reach direction. The dining room should also be lengthened. I like the trend away from a small breakfast nook and formal dining room . One larger space open go the kitchen makes more sense for the way we live today.
    Now let’s get rid of the huge bathtubs no one uses. In this plan, I would move the shower to the current tub location, put the toilet in the place of the shower, and add a second master closet.

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  11. Donna Myers on

    #1406 the exterior look is really what I am looking for!!, but I’m wanting/needing a larger kitchen and a possible 2nd dining room – it needs to be over 2100 SF (hoa requirement). Can you think of another plan that would have this exterior look and be 400 sf larger?

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  12. Brad on

    Would like to see large walk in showers instead of Jacuzzi type tubs. No one seems to use
    Separate laundry
    Too many offsets to be functional to build in the field
    The br is one foot from the depth of the great room. Just straighten it out

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  13. Christine Matlock on

    I like this plan other than a couple of simple fixes/comments. I think if you are going to have a front porch it should be at least deep enough for a couple of nice rockers. So, I would say at least 6 feet deep. Also, not so much a fan of a laundry area that you can see, even from a side/family entry. Would rather have a room. I do love the side entry though. Other than those simple changes I would just make everything a bit bigger all the way around. Love you website and love the new feature of being able to give thoughts on plans!

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  14. michilyn brown on

    I would love to see this with the option to move the two bedrooms upstairs using same staircase that goes to bonus room since it can cheaper to go up than out. Maybe the stairs could be moved where the side porch is located.

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  15. michilyn brown on

    I’d make the bathroom between the two bedrooms larger to accommodate dual sinks. Might consider option in which the side porch could be used an office or extra storage. Would like to switch staircase and laundry so that kids covered in dirt from baseball could put clothes directly in washer.

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  16. Sally on

    I was happy to see a craftsman plan under 1800 with a walk in pantry. Thank you! Could you tell me the size of the pantry in #1406? I would prefer the entrance of the pantry in the kitchen. Comparing #1404 to this plan I like the living room and the dining back wall even with each other. However in #1404 the pantry looks smaller even though the total square ft is larger than #1406. What is the size of the pantry in #1404? I really like both of these plans. I may have to make the walk in closet for the master a little larger.

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