House Plan on the Drawing Board 1447 is a two-story, Urban Farmhouse with luxury features.

Check out the front elevation of house plan 1447.

4 beds, 4.5 baths, approx. 3161 sq ft

Check out the rear elevation of house plan 1447.

Conceptual House Plan 1447

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This two-story Urban Farmhouse house plan enjoys a vertical board-and-batten exterior with metal roof accents. Multiple gables and a front porch create a beloved Farmhouse appearance. This design’s front facing garage and 50 foot width allow it to fit comfortably on a narrower lot.

Design 1447 is made for entertaining with a spacious great room and a focal-point dining room with coffered ceiling and columns framing the gallery entry. The nearby gourmet kitchen easily serves family and guests with a center island with prep-sink, large walk-in pantry and a butler’s pantry. A mud room provides a bench seat for removing shoes and a closet for storing coats and bags. The first floor study/bedroom offers a full, private bathroom and walk-in closet making it a perfect guest suite. Outdoor living is abundant with a screened porch with fireplace, plus a covered porch and patio.

Check out the first floor plan of house plan 1447.

50’0″ x 68’8″

The master bedroom resides on the second floor with an over-sized walk-in closet and a spa-quality master bathroom. The upstairs utility room is convenient to the master suite and the two additional bedrooms. Two full bathrooms and a bonus/additional bedroom complete the second floor.

Check out the second floor plan of house plan 1447.

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  1. Dave on

    Love the plan and would agree with the popular access the first floor full bath and create stairway access to a basement by eliminating the half bath. I like the stacked washer dryer option too. I think the best way to create more kitchen space would be to pull the garage forward a couple of ft. This way you don’t chew Into the rear covered porch and expanding the Bedroom over the garage would be cheaper than having the enlarge the master bathroom.

  2. Nicole Lange on

    I would also make the study/bedroom bathroom accessible from the main floor and take out the powder room so that the stairs could go to the basement and maybe have room in the vestibule area by the powder room for a stackable washer/dryer. This way there is no reason for anyone with a mobility problem to go upstairs. If we were to build this we would probably also like to bump out the kitchen a foot or two (into the screened porch area) as well to give a bit more space to move around. It would also be nice to have a bench in the foyer in the corner. Love this plan!

  3. Diane DiLeo on

    Ditto on the shared bath idea. I love the arrangement of the main living areas, particularly how the kitchen is set apart from the living room, and looks into the porch. Nice!
    If the master could be on the main level, the second floor consist of a guest suite and some conditioned storage/ 4th bed, and if the garage could be side loading, it would be perfect for our retirement needs.

    • Rhonda carlin on

      I am looking ready to build a urban farmhouse I want a big pantry island in the kitchen. A dining table in kitchen and a tv area in kitchen a small one. No formal dining room a study/bedroom and 3 bedrooms and a great room a 3 season porch and all on 1 level with bonus room above the garage so it looks like a 2 ed floor with height and windows but all on main floor for us 50 year olds planning ahead tsk! I want it to look more urban farm on front with tin roof accents white and black for colors we have a big cow barn and several steal sheds on the property so it all pulls together help!

  4. Arin Teater on

    I would take out the powder room and move the doors to the study down to allow access to that bathroom. I see this as a future home… if you need that downstairs bedroom due to age or illness. It is possible to have too many bathrooms to clean and I don’t see this as a home where you would have any domestic help added to the budget.


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