HOME PLAN 1449 – NOW IN PROGRESS

Home Plan 1449 has been named The Leland!

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 home plan 1449, The Leland.

5 beds, 4.5 baths, approx. 2932 sq ft

Design in Progress 1449

At home on a narrow-lot, The Leland is fifty-feet wide and features a front-entry garage. This two-story home plan makes a lasting first impression with multiple gables that draw the eye upward. A metal accent roof and columned front porch complement this low-maintenance exterior. An open dining space flows nicely into the exceptionally spacious island kitchen. The great room facilitates relaxation with a fireplace and views to the rear, while multiple doors access the skylight-topped porch. Additionally, a mud room, utility room, and various closets create a multi-function work station to keep busy families organized and on-task. The master suite is upstairs with over-sized walk-in closets and a luxurious bathroom. Find three additional bedrooms upstairs and a bedroom/study, convenient for guests, on the first floor.

Check out the first floor plan of home plan 1449, The Leland.

50’0″ x 58’6″

Check out the second floor plan of home plan 1449, The Leland.

Compare to the original sketches!

New Home Plan on the Drawing Board 1449 is compressed for a limited-width lot.

Home Plan 1449 - Front Elevation

5 beds, 4.5 baths, approx. 2842 sq ft

Conceptual Home Plan 1449

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Designed for a narrow-lot, this home features a front-entry, two-car garage and comes in at just 50 feet wide. This two-story home makes a striking first impression with multiple gables that draw the eye up. A low-maintenance siding exterior is complemented by a metal accent roof and columned front porch.

Just inside the foyer, a cove for coats and a powder room for guests awaits. The open dining area flows nicely into the island kitchen with bar seating and plenty of counter space and storage. The great room facilitates relaxation with a central fireplace and exceptional views, along with easy access to a rear porch and patio. A flexible room with a full bathroom can double as a guest suite or home office. In addition, you will find a mud room, multi-functional utility room, and closets for all your storage needs near the garage.

Check out this first floor plan for conceptual home plan 1449.

Width – 50’0″ Depth – 58’4″

The master suite is upstairs with over-sized walk-in closets and a luxurious bathroom. Three additional large bedrooms each have their on walk-in closet and two additional bathrooms share the upstairs. The bonus room would make an excellent recreation room, library, or craft space. The possibilities are endless for future expansion.

Check out this upper level floor plan for conceptual home plan 1449.

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8 comments on “HOME PLAN 1449 – NOW IN PROGRESS

  1. Theresa Tesch on

    I love this modern-day farmhouse plan!
    I would change the location of the pantry and the first floor half bath. I also don’t like the dormers in the bonus space above the garage. I feel it takes away from the house’s character.

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  2. Rachel on

    I really like the plan. There are a few changes I’d make tho. The position of the pantry means you’d have to walk across the house to get your food. It really should be connected to the kitchen. Also, upstairs the bathrooms are a bit too tight for three bedrooms. I have three kids and tight bathrooms are a constant source of turmoil.

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  3. Deanna Taylor on

    Almost perfect. I love to see windows in all of the bathrooms so I would add one to the entry half bath and I would reverse the position of the bathroom/walk in closet in the 1st story bedroom/study. I would also add one to the top story bathroom shower stall. I like the window above the kitchen sink. I always check the windows first when I look at a floor plan. I like the large laundry room.

    I have been wondering why pet space is not included in most floor plans. I have three cats so the cat box location is important. I plan to add an area in the garage for my cats. Right now the set up is in an unused bathtub, not ideal. I have been thinking why not set up a small enclosed patio area and create a Japanese sand box with a mechanism for easily scooping and artistically rearranging the litter in set patterns. I think my cats would really love that. Also thinking about adding cat grass and climbing scratching trees.

    I will be using these layouts to fiddle around and redesign my one story home I have a wide shallow lot with lots of room to grow.

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    • Echo on

      Hi Deanna, thank you so much for the feedback! Built-in pet features are definitely becoming must-have features for many homeowners. As far as our designs go, most of these features wouldn’t be structural so it’s often possible to just work them into the existing layout. And we can help with any spaces that need to be customized!

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