House Plan on the Drawing Board 1468 is a two-story design with a narrow footprint.

Update – Rear Elevation Added!

Check out the front elevation of house plan 1468.

4 beds, 3.5 baths, 2631 sq ft.

Check out the rear elevation of house plan 1468.

Conceptual House Plan 1468

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Conceptual Design 1468 is an updated version of The Courtney house plan 706. The exterior reflects current styles with a mix of cedar shakes and stone. Asymmetrical dormers and arched garage doors create interest for this narrow design. With a two-car, front entry garage and a narrow footprint under 50′ wide, this design will work well on smaller land lots.

The first floor includes a cozy great room with fireplace and built-in bookshelves. The chef inspired kitchen offers a cook-top island that overlooks the living spaces, a walk-in pantry, and an adjacent dining room. A spacious master suite invites relaxation with a thoughtful master bathroom and a walk-in closet illuminated with natural light. The utility room, powder room and multiple storage closets offer organization and convenience.

Check out the first floor of house plan 1468.

49’8″ x 58’0″

The second floor plan offers three large bedrooms and two full bathrooms. A bonus room is available for future expansion or a home theater/game room.

Check out the second floor plan of house plan 1468.

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  1. Louise Vamvounis on

    Elevated bonus
    with views of the back yard, built in bookcase, spacious and private bedrooms, tucked away powder room, walk in pantry, offset dining area, openness yet a sense of a defined kitchen thanks to the columns, a private greatroom not visible from the foyer, and a reasonable ceiling height in great room ( I am so tired of huge ceiling heights )
    Move the porch away from the great room. I live in Michigan in the forest and I feel natural light should not be blocked by a porch.
    Oh… and I would put elevated interior windows along the bonus area/ upper hall to add interest and light.

    Do you have modern craftsman plans for retirement homes? Two bedroom plus den or bonus… ADA compliant…


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