CONCEPTUAL HOUSE PLAN 1464: MODERN AND COMPACT

House Plan on the Drawing Board 1464 features a modern facade and floor plan!

Check out the front elevation of house plan 1464.

2197 sq ft, 4 beds, 2.5 baths

Check out the rear rendering of house plan 1464.

Conceptual House Plan 1464

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Conceptual Design 1464 is an updated version of The Wexler house plan 1248. The exterior is simplified and offers Urban Farmhouse appeal with board-and-batten siding and metal roof accents. A front porch creates a cozy welcome to this narrow-footprint home.

The U-shape kitchen features a center island and windows above the sink bring in natural light. The dining room is cozy with a coffered ceiling and columns create separation from the great room which offers a fireplace and built-in storage. The master suite is located just steps away from an over-sized utility room. Built-in shelves below the stairs adds character and thoughtful usage of space. Enjoy outdoor living with a screened porch and patio.

Check out the first floor plan of house plan 1464.

48’0″ x 72’0″

On the second floor, find two bedrooms, each with a walk-in closet, and a full bathroom with a double vanity. A massive bonus room with a walk-in closet provides endless opportunities, from a gym, theater/game room, or a guest suite.

Check out the second floor plan of house plan 1464.

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6 comments on “CONCEPTUAL HOUSE PLAN 1464: MODERN AND COMPACT

  1. Jan Thompson on

    Perfect for empty nesters! I would lose the downstairs secondary bedroom and bring forward the kitchen, leaving space for a large pantry, thereby lengthening the dining room and enlarging the kitchen (large kitchens and dining rooms – very important for empty nesters for family gatherings). One of the upstairs bdrms could be used as an office or the bonus room could double as an office/craft space/grandchild playroom. Only requires a narrow lot so also perfect for “in-fill” lots in established neighborhoods.

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  2. Brenda Perales on

    I love so much about this floor plan, I love the openness from the kitchen, dining and family room. We never use our formal living or dining rooms, total waist of space. I love that walking into the laundry room you are walking by the washer and dryer and not through it. The only thing I would change for my preference is making an option for master shower only, no tub and his and hers closets. I really like that the master opens up to the back porch. I love the beams in the main area it will add so much character! The entry seems a little compact but with the right finishes, sliding barn type door on the office, wood stairs with white kick plates and spindles and other molding will make it more interesting. Hopefully there is a lot of light coming in from the back of the house.

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  3. Heidi on

    I love the exterior of this design, but I detest the idea of walking straight into the laundry room from the garage. Laundry is not the first thing I want to see upon entering my home! I’m not a fan of open floorplans, especially having the kitchen directly open to the family room, so this plan is a little better than most, since I suppose a division could be put up between the family room and dining room, perhaps with a sliding barn door. I would like to see more plans with larger secondary bedrooms.

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