CONCEPTUAL HOUSE PLAN 1489: MODEST ONE-STORY

House Plan on the Drawing Board 1489 is a compact one-story design with a modern floor plan.

Check out the front elevation of conceptual house plan 1489.

1798 sq ft, 3 beds, 2 baths

Check out the rear elevation of conceptual house plan 1489.

Conceptual House Plan 1489

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Conceptual house plan 1489 is an update of The Jarrell house plan 1017. This modest design features a front-entry garage and a narrow footprint to accommodate a smaller lot. A trio of gables are accented with board-and-batten and columns highlight the front porch.

The garage offers entry to the home through a mud hall with a drop zone for bags, coats and shoes. The utility room is adjacent with a window above a utility sink and built-in cabinetry on either side. The kitchen is open to the great room and features an island with bar seating. The great room has a vaulted ceiling that frames the fireplace and the rear porch with skylights is the perfect place to relax when the weather is nice. A dramatic tray ceiling tops the dining room.

The master suite is elegant with a vaulted ceiling and skylights. Dual walk-in closets are available and the master bathroom enjoys a freestanding bathtub with a skylight above. A double-sink vanity and walk-in shower complete this space. Two additional bedrooms are available, along with a full bathroom, and a bonus room provides optional square footage for a recreational room or future expansion.

Check out the first floor of conceptual house plan 1489.

48’4″ x 67’0″Check out the optional bonus room of conceptual house plan 1489.

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15 comments on “CONCEPTUAL HOUSE PLAN 1489: MODEST ONE-STORY

  1. Jen on

    Love this layout! I agree with others that a bathroom upstairs is necessary. There’s also plenty of room up there to make easy access to a large floored storage area. The downstairs is great, I’d turn the rear porch into a sunroom.

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    • Echo Jones on

      Hi Chris, this is a conceptual design but any plan that is added to our portfolio will have the option of a basement foundation. When we receive an order for a plan with an alternate basement foundation, we will make changes to the first floor to add the basement stairs.

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  2. Michelle Dittmer on

    I really like this plan and am glad to see a smaller design in progress! One suggestion-it would be nice if the laundry could move to somehow open with a doorway thru to the master. Perhaps could swap the 2nd bathroom with the laundry and rework the master bath/closet area a little. Just a suggestion, I’m looking for a plan this size with that feature. This one is almost perfect!

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  3. Jen on

    It looks like there should be a lot of space and support in the upstairs to build out a bathroom and maybe even another bedroom. I really like the downstairs configuration, fixing the upstairs would definitely put this design into top contention for me.

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  4. John Joseph Holahan on

    Nice looking house with efficient use of floor space. Though many of my clients are skipping formal dining rooms, this area works well with the kitchen and great room layouts. This design and size should fit our market well.

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  5. Diane DiLeo on

    Lovely, compact floor plan. I love the way you make storage/ built in areas knit together in a “do- si – do” fashion. So clever! Also, minimal circulation space results in maximum living space. My husband would be looking for more garage/ workshop space, but I think we could rework this to be a 2 bed, 2 BA on the main floor with a guest suite upstairs, and still have an extended garage.

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