HOUSE PLAN 1446 – NOW AVAILABLE

NOW AVAILABLE!
The Wallace  – House Plan 1446

Cedar shakes mix with siding and stone to create a richly textural Craftsman exterior. This floor plan is ideal for large or growing families with open living spaces making it easy to be together. The master suite and a bedroom/study are downstairs while three large bedrooms with walk-in closets are upstairs. A second-floor pocket office is a great space for children to complete homework or projects and a bonus room provides additional square footage for recreation or storage.

Check out the front rendering of house plan 1446, The Wallace.

5 beds, 4 baths, 2940 sq ft.

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Check out the first floor plan from The Wallace, house plan 1446.

66’4″ x 64’0″

Check out the second floor plan of The Wallace, house plan 1446.

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New Home Design on the Drawing Board 1446 is a two-story, family-friendly design!

Check out the original drawings of house plan 1446, The Wallace.

Conceptual House Plan 1446

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Home Design 1446 is an update of The Giselle 1295. This traditional exterior features an arched entry framed in columns and timber-wood accents. A center dormer sits on top of a metal accent roof and cedar shakes and a stone skirt wrap-around the design.

The foyer provides a staircase to the second floor along with coat and storage closets. The two-story great room enjoys a fireplace flanked by built-in shelves and french doors open to a screened porch with second fireplace. The kitchen is open with a center island that offers bar seating. Pantry storage can be organized between two spaces and the dining room enjoys front facing french doors.

The master bedroom is topped with a tray ceiling and passing-through the master bathroom with dual vanities leads to a divided closet, perfect for couples. A guest suite on the opposite side serves visitors with a full bathroom, walk-in closet and linen closet. A spacious utility room with outdoor access and two-car garage complete the first floor.

Check out the original drawings of house plan 1446, The Wallace.

A second floor loft overlooks the great room below. Two additional bedrooms share a bath and each room has a walk-in closet. Built-in shelves along the hallway create a library nook and the bonus room and future bedroom and bathroom allow for expansion.

Check out the original drawings of house plan 1446, The Wallace.

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32 comments on “HOUSE PLAN 1446 – NOW AVAILABLE

  1. Phaedra on

    Love it with one exception. I would have a door from outside to enter into the bathroom from the spa. Even if there was not a pool or spa why enter through a bedroom it would easier if entertaining to use the restroom. How would you suggest this change? I am still trying to figure it out without losing the pantry.

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  2. Tracy on

    How many square feet is there on the main level ? Is the kitchen designed for an oven under the stove? And it is this kitchen designed for the microwave to be in the island? Would there be a way to make the kitchen a little bigger so that it could have more counterspace and a place for a side-by-side refrigerator ?

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  3. Renee on

    I’ve been searching for a house plan like this, I love the layout. However, for my family I would like to flip the kitchen and dining room around similar to plans like the Chaucer or the Austin. Would that be a possibility?

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  4. Kelli on

    Love everything about it! If i built this house i would just increase the size of the master bedroom but thats the only thing i would change!

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  5. Richelle Fleischer on

    Why is the kitchen smaller than the dining room? Home owners use the kitchen every day but the dining room only occasionally…

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    • Echo on

      Hi Richelle, I can definitely understand your perspective. With modern homes moving toward a single dining space instead of a breakfast nook and formal dining room, it’s important that the dining room serve for everyday purposes as well as having enough space for larger family gatherings and special occasions. While the kitchen is used more frequently, it’s typically only intended to accommodate one or two people at a time. While some homeowners may need space to seat 10-12 guests in the dining room. The open design of the kitchen does help it feel and function larger, but as always, if the space doesn’t work for you, we offer modifications. We really appreciate the feedback and look at every comment when finalizing designs so thank you for sharing your thoughts!

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  6. Lynn on

    Love the main level of this house! But… we don’t need the upstairs. Is there a similar plan with a finished basement? Or… can this “become” a one level home with basement?

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  7. Mary on

    Go ahead and do future bath upstairs for bedroom already there and make other bath by stairs for that bedroom. Forget future bedroom.

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