House Plan on the Drawing Board 1506 is a one-story Urban Farmhouse design!

Check out the front elevation of conceptual house plan 1506.

2215 sq ft, 3 beds, 2.5 baths

Check out the rear elevation of conceptual house plan 1506.

Conceptual House Plan 1506

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Conceptual house plan 1506 is an updated version of The Coleraine house plan 1335! This home features a board-and-batten exterior and a charming front porch. Shutters frame the windows and a metal roof accent creates exceptional curb-appeal.

The foyer offers a coat closet and opens to a shared great room/dining space topped with a cathedral ceiling that is adorned with decorative beams. A fireplace is flanked by built-in shelves and double doors open to a rear screened porch with skylights. The kitchen is spacious with an island with bar seating at the center. A front-facing window is above the sink and a butler’s pantry and storage pantry are just steps away.

The garage enters the home through a mudroom with built-in cubbies and a powder room makes use of square footage near the bonus staircase. The master suite opens to a rear porch and the master bathroom is luxurious with a dual-sink vanity, a freestanding bathtub and a walk-in shower. An over-sized walk-in closet is spacious enough for two wardrobes and opens directly into the utility room to simplify laundry day. The utility room is also accessible from the mudroom. On the opposite side of the floor plan, two large bedrooms share a bathroom with a dual-sink vanity and a private shower room.

A bonus room is above the garage for storage, a hobby room, or a future expansion.

Check out the first floor of conceptual house plan 1506.

69’8″ x 68’0″

Check out the bonus room of conceptual house plan 1506.

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  1. EMS on

    In 1978 I cut my first floor plan out of the newspaper. Then I finally found DAG. Thank you for what you have done for “The American Dream”. Now, re: 1506: Definitely leave side windows in secondary bedrooms; for our indoor-outdoor lifestyle, powder room door is perfect (this is easily “rotated” during construction); For an exterior door in utility room the utility sink can be moved; The butler’s pantry could be an E-space; Optional basement stairs would go under bonus room stairs (I think that would be a good spot for the water heater, since there is a coat closet in foyer); My personal change would be configuration of master bath, I don’t care about having the toilet enclosed so swap it with the bathtub, move the vanity toward the toilet/back wall and put the master linen closet about where the right-hand sink is (similar to the Runnymeade/Foxeglove); Lastly, give the other linen closet a hallway opening. Also, I assume ceiling height will be similar to the Coleraine’s. If feasible, maybe lower it for energy efficiency. And I christen it “The Concordia”! 🙂 That’s a mid-size town in Kansas – the middle of farm country – for it’s farmhouse exterior. Thanks for “listening”, and God bless.

  2. Martha K on

    I agree with all of the positive comments. This is a great plan. We are looking for a good downsizing plan and this is pretty perfect. I would just rotate the powder room entrance to the master bedroom hall (as others have suggested). When you have a large group over you don’t want everyone to have to troup through the kitchen and mud room for the powder room.

  3. Mary on

    Love it! Beautiful exterior! Perfect square footage, especially considering all you have managed to pack into it! 2215 square feet is on the high end of doable for us working/middle class folks, so to find a home with a mud room, large bedrooms, nice bathrooms, large laundry, great kitchen all packed into an affordable amount of square footage is a dream come true! I’ve been obsessively searching house plans for 2 years now, so I should know 🙂
    Rotating the powder room so it is accessed by master hallway is the only real change I would make.
    Can’t wait to see the final plan…it’s now at the top of my list!

  4. JaneE on

    I love what you’ve done with the place. You have made most of the changes I already made in my mind to the Coleraine. I could take or leave the side windows on secondary bedrooms. Love the linen storage. I need a basement without losing the pantry and cubbies. I could absorb the butlers pantry depending on how you would configure it. Love the mud area. I think I would bump out the space between laundry and garage for a wall of cabinets, freezer, per space,etc. I want that laundry and mud area but I need a larger catch all before my minions get in the door. My husband likes a big porch so we would lose the screen porch for an expanded back porch. I would have front of house garage access too. I still like the exterior of the Violet and Coleraine as I’ve watched them evolve. Not a fan of the urban exterior but that’s an easy fix. We are finally making a 3year plan to build. Seeing this in the works just boosts the motivation

  5. tammy bowles on

    was just about to order the Colerain plan when I saw this, Once an order is placed for this, what would be a time estimate for receiving the plan?

    • Echo Jones on

      Hi Tammy, give us a call at 1-800-388-7580. We will need to check with our designers to see how long it will take them to complete this design with their current schedule.

  6. Brady Fitch on

    This plan has a lot of the changes we wanted to make to the Coleraine especially the mud room entrance to laundry entrance into the master closet.
    I agree with Julie on the side windows, I would eliminate them. I definitely agree with Louise on rotating the powder room. I think with that, you could add more cubby space or a broom/vacuum hanging area.
    Also I agree a closet and bathroom in the bonus room would be great.
    For my own modifications, for what we plan to build I would need to rotate the garage so that it is forward facing and may add some width to it (and add the width in the House to the master bath to make the shower larger), just my tastes though.
    It’s looking fantastic, is there a way to subscribe to this plan for updates? We plan on starting our build process in about 4 months so will be very interested in updates.

    • Echo Jones on

      Hi Brady, thank you so much for your feedback! We do not have a feature to subscribe to a specific plan for updates, but if you keep an eye on our Facebook page, we will be sure to post any updates there.

  7. Julie Tullos on

    This is a great plan to downsize to. I would like to have a bath in the bonus room. Love the size of the dining/breakfast room for large family gatherings. I probably wouldn’t put the side windows in the 2 downstairs bedrooms so that there is a full wall for furniture. Great use of space downstairs.

  8. Louise Vamvounis on

    Very nice. The only changes I would make would be rotating the powder room so the entry is in the master hallway (because we track in sooo much dirt and our mud room is a constant irritation to walk through) and moving the porch to the dining area. I love natural light and do not like porches in front of the great room. Love the larger bedrooms, the access from the master to the laundry, the large kitchen island, the window over the sink… so many great features.

  9. Bob Deiuliis on

    Love the plan and the Urban Farmhouse style. I would look at making it a bit larger – especially through the kitchen/family room area. There are not enough plans available with 1st floor master. This one checks 90% of the boxes on our wish list and I ma sure can be modified to check 100%.

    More 1 floor plans please (and 1st floor masters)

    • Echo Jones on

      Hi McKenzie! We just released this as a conceptual design to get feedback from our customers. We have not selected it for completion at this time. However, if we receive an order, we will get it added to our design schedule! Contact us for more information – 1-800-388-7580.

  10. Nancy Eisentrout on

    I love the floor plan. Personally I would like a door in the laundry room to the outside. My dogs would stay in the laundry room while Im at work, and the door would make it convenient to let them out when I get home.

  11. Anna on

    I love the Coleraine House Plan, it was just too small for our needs! I like the powder room that was added, along with the larger guest bathroom, access to the laundry from the master closet, and it looks like the pantry is larger too which I love. If you could add a 4th bedroom/study we would be sold!!

  12. Sarah on

    Beautiful plan! This is exactly what I’ve been looking for, except I need an extra bedroom. I would also like bigger closets in the bedrooms. Otherwise, gorgeous!

  13. Tammy Bennett on

    The Coleraine is my most favorite house plan ever! This updated version is fabulous too! For my taste, it looks as though the corner shower appears to be a bit crowded. Of course, I don’t have a builder’s eye so I can’t really envision the scale of it.

    Overall, I LOVE these updates, especially access to the laundry room from the master closet. Two thumbs up!!!

  14. Darla B. on

    This plan has many of the components I would desire in a home. Liked the laundry room access from the mud area and the master bedroom closet, the open living/kitchen/dining area, the size of the bedrooms, the back porch, and the overall exterior style of the house. Some things I would consider changing or adding would be adding a bath to the upstairs and increasing the closet size in secondary bedrooms. However, for the most part, this plan works on many levels.


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