CONCEPTUAL HOUSE PLAN 1505: ONE-STORY CRAFTSMAN

House Plan on the Drawing Board 1505 is a one-story design with a Craftsman exterior.

Check out the front elevation of conceptual house plan 1505.

House Plan 1505 – 1891 sq ft, 3 beds, 2 baths

Check out the rear elevation of conceptual house plan 1505.

Conceptual House Plan 1505

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Conceptual house plan 1505 is an update of The Lochmere plan 773. The exterior is a mix of siding and cedar shakes and a large shed dormer is above the front porch.

The great room has a vaulted ceiling and clerestory windows bring in natural light while a rear porch takes living outdoors. The kitchen is open with an island that overlooks the dining room and a pantry is nearby. The garage enters the home through a mudroom and a drop zone is available for dropping bags, coats, and shoes. The utility room is spacious and offers a storage closet. Two bedrooms share a full bathroom and across the home is the master suite. A dramatic tray ceiling tops the master bedroom and a pocket door opens to the master bathroom with a freestanding bathtub, walk-in shower, and dual sink vanity. A large walk-in closet has a window to brighten the space.

Upstairs, a bonus room provides optional square footage for storage or recreation.

Check out the first floor of conceptual house plan 1505.

House plan 1505 – 49’4″W x 76’4″D

Check out the bonus room of conceptual house plan 1505.

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10 comments on “CONCEPTUAL HOUSE PLAN 1505: ONE-STORY CRAFTSMAN

  1. Stephanie B on

    Nice plan. Here is my list…
    I would like to see this plan with 9′ ceilings.
    I’m not a fan of tray ceilings either. I would recommend a beamed ceiling or another ceiling finish option.
    Remove the door between the mud room and utility. There is a lot going on in that space and a door will chop it up and decrease flow between areas. Maybe hide the washer and dryer behind bi-fold doors which would not mess with flow.
    I agree with Vernon. The garage isn’t deep enough. A lot of people drive trucks or large SUV’s and it is nice to be able to get out of your vehicle and walk around the front or back with the garage doors closed.

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  2. Karol Fair on

    I really like this plan, 1505, however I would make a few changes/suggestions.
    1. Replace the 2 doors to the porch with French doors in the center.
    2. Replace the mud room window with a door so that you don’t always have to open the garage to enter the mud room.
    3. With the craftsman style of the home, I would eliminate the tray ceilings in the MB & dining rooms.

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  3. Vernon O'Neal on

    Very nice overall plan. It would be nice to maybe work in a half bath in near the laundry room storage closet and one in the bonus room. The garage is not deep enough to park my truck without touching the back wall and garage door.
    This is the type plan we are looking for.

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