House Plan on the Drawing Board 1460 has is a narrow design with a rear-entry garage!

Check out the front rendering of house plan 1460.

3 beds, 2.5 baths, approx. 2566 sq ft.

Check out the right elevation of house plan 1460.

Conceptual House Plan 1460

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If your lot has a narrow width restriction, this two-story traditional home design is the perfect solution at only 40 feet wide. This home plan is designed with a rear-entry garage or it could be modified to have a side-entry, if needed. Columns frame the front porch and an exposed stone chimney adds character to this siding and shake exterior.

The foyer is flanked by a study and a large dining space with a coffered ceiling. Columns separate the dining room from the great room featuring a fireplace and access to a rear porch. The gourmet kitchen enjoys a center island and an adjoining pantry. A powder room is available on the first floor and a storage closet is just inside the garage entry.

Check out the first floor plan of house plan 1460.

40’0″ x 65’0″

All of the bedrooms are upstairs along with the utility room. The master bedroom enjoys wide dormer windows on each side and dual walk-in closets. The master bathroom contains a double-sink vanity, walk-in shower, and soaking tub. Two additional bedrooms each have a walk-in closet and share a bathroom with additional storage nearby. A bonus room with closet is the perfect guest suite or upstairs media room.

Check out the second floor plan of house plan 1460.

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  1. John J Holahan on

    Nice curb appeal. I’m struggling with the kitchen, dining and great room bisected with hallway from front to back. But as I kept looking, the foyer directs residents and guests to the common areas whereas the garage entry allows residents to store goods, remove shoes, coats and boots.
    The foyer is the primary entry for guests; shoe removal upon entering someone’s home is becoming more prevalent. This should not be cumbersome.


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