HOME PLAN 1412 – NOW IN PROGRESS

Home Plan 1412 has been named The Janson!

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 elevation of home plan 1412, The Janson.

2259 sq ft, 3 beds, 2.5 baths

This efficient one-story home plan features a mix of stone, shake, and siding, with multiple gable peaks and a clerestory window above the front porch. A cathedral ceiling draws the eye through the foyer and great room to the porch, displaying rear views. The kitchen is U-shaped with an angled counter facing the great room and dining room. Built-in shelving and a walk-in pantry provide additional storage space. The utility room has counter space with a sink and outdoor access to a covered porch. The master suite is surrounded by windows and steps out to the screened porch. Secondary bedrooms flank a handy pocket office, and each have a walk-in closet and share a convenient Jack-and-Jill bathroom.

Check out the first floor plan of The Janson, home plan 1412.

71′ 2″ x 76′ 2″

Check out the bonus room of The Janson, home plan 1412.

Compare to the original sketches:

Conceptual Design #1412 offers a family-friendly layout on one level.

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Family-Friendly Conceptual Design #1412

Home Design Quick Facts:
  • Walk-in closets in every bedroom.
  • Columns keep living spaces open.
  • Oversized garage with extra storage.

Conceptual Design # 1412 is a one story plan adapted from a popular hillside walkout plan, the Whitford #1298-D. The Craftsman exterior features a mix of stone, shake, and siding, with multiple gable peaks and a clerestory window above the front porch. A cathedral ceiling draws the eye through the foyer and great room to the porch, displaying rear views. The kitchen is U-shaped with an angled counter facing the great room and dining room. Built-in shelving and a walk-in pantry provide additional storage space. The utility room has counter space with a sink and outdoor access with a covered porch. https://www.dongardner.com/house-plan/1412/the-janson/The oversized garage is large enough to accommodate extended wheelbase trucks. The master suite is surrounded by windows and steps out to the screened porch, and enjoys his-and-hers walk-in closets and a large bathroom. The secondary bedrooms flank a handy e-space, and each have a walk-in closet and share a convenient Jack-and-Jill bathroom.

First Floor Plan - Conceptual Design #1412. Family-friendly home plan

Rear Elevation - Conceptual Design #1412

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17 comments on “HOME PLAN 1412 – NOW IN PROGRESS

  1. Sabrina Padilla on

    I like almost everything about this plan. Love, Love. really love that Jack n Jill bathroom. Perfect if you have a boy and a girl child. I’d be totally interested in this plan if some major changes where made. First the kitchen is horrible. Flipping the dining room and kitchen location needs to be made. Getting rid of the peninsula and making the kitchen an L-shaped kitchen with a large island looking out to the living room would be so much better.
    Also what is going on with the master closets? They are really really small. As a women I would take up both them and leave my husband to fend for himself. You really should increase the size of that whole side of the house. Pulling it out another two feet would probably do the tick.

    Give me an email when this plan is finished. By the way I’m looking for a rustic style house about 2250sqft.

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  2. Tom on

    Would it be possible for you to show a color sketch of the front of this house. My wife has a hard time visualizing the finished product. I want to build this house, but I haven’t sold her on the idea. Can you help a guy out?

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  3. Kelley Smith on

    Love the plan I think the dinning and kitchen should swap and have large windows over a sink and large island this would make it the perfect plan.

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  4. Lynn Young on

    I think that this is a great plan. I really like the site line from the front door to the back with the cathedral ceilings/beams. For me to be able to build I would need it closer to 1800 sq ft. I’m not sure if that would be possible. The exterior is charming as well.

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    • Echo on

      Thank you Lynn! We offer modification services and a designer can look at reducing the square footage on our designs in progress and our completed designs. This plan is still in the conceptual phase but may be added as a design in progress if we receive a lot of positive feedback.
      The Raleigh may interest you. It has a similar layout with 1818 sq ft and decorative beams can be added to the cathedral ceiling. Contact us at 1-800-388-7580 or email info@dongardner.com if you would like assistance with a house plan search.

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  5. Deb Shlakman on

    I agree that the kitchen needs a window- I also think that as an empty nester, adding a second shower to the 2nd and 3rd bedroom (instead of a jack and jill bathroom) makes life easier for those of us having adult children come home for the holidays. It adds very little square footage- but saves lots of family issues.

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  6. Jack Powell on

    Nice house. I would be tempted to pull the two bedrooms on the right out another 16″ (add another roof joist) making the two bedrooms almost square. I would also consider a window from each bedroom to provide two windows/room, adding light to both rooms.

    I agree with Lee Kendrick’s thought about getting a window into the kitchen space.

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  7. Kathy Gailey on

    I would like to see the MBR a bit larger and larger closets. I always have extra pantries for my less frequently used items from the kitchen. It saves you from having to put in more expensive kitchen cabinets. You cannot have enough storage space, especially when downsizing. A large walkin pantry would be great.

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  8. Judy Hawkins on

    lovely plan for empty sester’s, except the MB needs to be more like 18′ x 14′ for adequate mobility. and possibility consider making the halls and all access areas handicap accessible. Love the plan otherwise. With 4 ‘ halls and adequate sized door openings it could be the perfect plan for retirement.

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  9. Lee Kendrix on

    I love everything about this plan except for the no-window kitchen. If the garage could be moved over to the left about 6 feet a kitchen window could fit in. I could never build a house without a window in the kitchen. I see a lot of plans without kitchen windows, so it must not be that important to everyone but it is critical to me. Beautiful house though. Utility room is close enough and far enough from the MB and GR to be convenient but quiet and I love that it has a door to the outside. Bedrooms are perfect sizes and bonus is the Jack ‘n Jill.

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  10. Paula Rosenbaum on

    I really like the layout of this design. I enjoy looking at house plans as a hobby!

    The only thing that I think would make this the perfect home would be the courtyard multiple garage door entrances like the “Crowne Canyon” and I have always thought it made a lot of sense, but I have never seen a shoe and jacket closet off of the garage entrance, so you can take your coat and shoes off as soon as you walk in the door and leave just your clothes for your closet!

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  11. sandy sullivan on

    Really nice. I am obsessed with MB’s by the utility room and garage. Getting ready to be empty nesters and this plan is small enough for two, but has generous space and layout for guests. Also, love the wood and stone exterior.

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  12. Mary Tucker on

    Like total layout of plan The Jack-n-Jill bath between two bedrooms, also like the one only dinning area wasted space my thought with Breakfast area & Dinning Room.

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