HOME PLAN 1376 – NOW AVAILABLE

NOW AVAILABLE!
The Linnea  – Home Plan 1376

This Craftsman exterior has a hint of rustic influence with stone-and-shake cladding and a prominent shed dormer. A courtyard entry garage provides a personal door and extra storage. Columns keep the living areas open, defining the foyer, dining room, and great room. The kitchen features counter seating serving both the breakfast room and great room while the screened porch invites sunshine and warmth with three skylights. A mud room with coat closet and bench seat awaits at the garage entrance, followed by a walk-in pantry. The utility room has additional storage, a sink and a view to the rear. A study/bedroom with full bathroom, two secondary bedrooms, and spacious master suite and flexible bonus room complete the plan.

Check out the front rendering of The Linnea, home plan 1376.

2277 sq ft, 4 beds, 3 baths

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Check out the first floor plan of The Linnea, home plan 1376.

66’8″ x 74’8″

Check out the bonus room of The Linnea, home plan 1376.

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New House Plan on the Drawing Board #1376 takes one of our award-winning small home designs and adds even more convenient amenities!

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New One-Story home plan #1376: Based on our award-winning Satchwell Plan!

Conceptual Design #1376 is derived from our award-winning Satchwell Plan #967. Its Craftsman exterior has a hint of rustic influence with stone and shake cladding and a prominent shed dormer. The garage has been enlarged and extended to provide a courtyard entry, and a personnel door is added for convenience.

Home plan #1376: Main Floor Plan

 

Columns keep the living areas open, defining the foyer, dining room, and great room. The kitchen features counter seating serving both the breakfast room and great room. The breakfast room and screen porch have been expanded from the original design, as have the Home plan #1376: Bonus Room Floor Plansecondary bedrooms behind the garage.

A mud room with coat closet and bench seat awaits at the garage entrance, followed by a walk-in pantry. The utility room has additional storage, a sink and a view to the rear.

A study/bedroom with full bathroom, and spacious master suite, and flexible bonus room complete the plan.

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37 comments on “HOME PLAN 1376 – NOW AVAILABLE

  1. Jennifer Sinnott on

    LOVE this plan! I’ve been looking for a plan exactly like this: 3BR 1 floor with a generous screened porch, kids’ rooms on one side, MBR on the other. Also love the bonus room (I envision creating “nook” beds in the slope of the roof for grandchildren someday). While this IS very similar to the Satchwell design, I would like to propose some modifications that would better suit the “sandwich” buyers – families with slightly older children who may need an in-law suite in the basement for parents/ or possibly children who move home after college for a bit/ house that can have a “rental suite”. It also gives it a distinctive difference from the Satchwell. Here are some suggestions:
    1. I think stairs into the basement are in order. Looking at the plans as they are, those stairs could go in from the garage. This is not a bad idea as then the homeowners have a totally separate entrance into a basement space. Great for older kids,air bnb/renters or an in law suite..
    2. Another person suggested this, but I also concur: more space in the Breakfast area, as many folks no longer want a formal DR. The formal space can be converted into a den, study or away room or office nook.
    3. Can the kids’ bedrooms be configured into a “Jack and Jill” bathroom format? I like the layout where there is a sink with a WIC behind it, then a central area with the tub and toilet.
    4. When I build my dream home, I want to try to have it be as energy efficient as possible. I love the skylights in the porch area and the sun tunnel in the kids’ bath. It would also be great to see a shed dormer in the back with windows letting light into the great room, maybe? Perhaps as an option? If the home faced south it would be passive solar heating.
    Those are my suggestions. Thanks!

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  2. PK Dalton on

    Hello, I have comments for floor plans in general, want living, family, dining rooms . Also want front coat closets!
    Also no walk in from garage into utility hall way, I want a separate room. Twin masters woukd

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  3. Cheryl on

    In my opinion, there is great struggle here to keep square footage down and provide amenities for the aging who will not be able to go upstairs or downstairs. Therefore, I suggest elimination of the bonus room and vaulted entirely. And, please give consideration for three “spaces” not usually provided in small homes, that is, for a large linen closet, an upright freezer, and for vacuums of various kinds. I would, most, definitely, insert a four foot section between the laundry wall and bedrooms straight through to the garage in order to accommodate those “spaces” as well as the basement stairwell to be “platformed” 1/2 way. That would provide a cushion for any old people falling (at least it would be only half way down a flight of stairs.)

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  4. Mary Pleffner on

    What is different between this design and the Satchwell other than the bedrooms being enlarged from 12×11 to 12×12 that adds 173 sf? I like the larger rooms on this design, but would also like a larger breakfast room, as I would convert the dining room to an office, and use the breakfast room as the dining room.

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  5. Erin on

    This is a great design. However, I would swap the foyer and the dining room. This would make the mud room accessible from both the foyer and the garage. (I am imagining my kids coming in the front door and not bothering to walk their belongings into the mudroom if they have to walk those extra steps.)

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  6. Angel on

    I love this except for the garage. Is there a way to reverse plan with garage in the back? Extend the front porch all the way across front of house? That’s my dream. I big front porch amid a side entry garage in the back

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  7. Ray on

    When do you have this plan for sale with basement stair? I also like to move the garage door to the other side just like Satchwell design.

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  8. Julie Saladino on

    The house is Beautiful…Just what we are looking for!!! Is there a way to extend the front porch all the way to the garage? Also, Can you tell me how wide the house is currently?

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  9. Jordan on

    We love this floor plan and are really excited about the possibility of using it for our new home. I am assuming the plan will have an option for a slab foundation? Keep us posted as to when it is finished! Thanks!

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  10. MzWy on

    I REALLY like this version! I had been looking at the Satchwell but didn’t like some of the design aspects. I could see using this with some slight size enlargements. Good job!

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  11. Deb on

    My husband and I love this plan. We are looking for a small home and the square footage stated for this house is exactly what we have in mind. We are retiring soon and own a piece of land that is ideal for this house. We especially like the courtyard garage. We will be building our house with a basement and would like to see this available as a basement plan. Also need a 3 car garage. I would move the pantry closet door into the bedroom hallway and add a storage closet in the utility room. Another change I would make is to move the front entry closet door so the closet can be accessed from the hall where you enter the study. This allows space along the foyer wall for a table or bench. I would like to see the study two feet larger and could be accomplished by making the bathroom by the study into a half bath. Since we will only need two full baths that could be easily done by moving the commode to the wall opposite the sink where the tub is now located. As we will be aging while living in this home I also have some ideas to make the master bedroom/bathroom more senior friendly.
    We especially like the entry off the garage into the mudroom where there is room for a bench for this reason. Please let us know if this plan will be available with a basement.

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