NEW HOUSE PLAN – THE BARTLETT #1372 IS NOW AVAILABLE

The Bartlett Plan #1372 is a thoughtful Craftsman design with an angled garage.

NOW AVAILABLE!

The Bartlett #1372 – This thoughtful Craftsman design is angled with stone, arches, and decorative cupolas. The foyer opens to a spacious study with front views. The island kitchen has a large walk-in pantry and is open to a single dining room. An e-space and powder room offer convenience and the screened porch with skylights is perfect for outdoor entertaining. The great room is cozy with a fireplace and coffered ceiling and offers patio access.

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The Bartlett #1372 - Front Rendering

3322 sq ft, 3 beds, 3.5 baths

 

The Bartlett #1372 - First floor plan

The master suite is crowned with a tray ceiling and features dual walk-in closets and vanities, one with extra counter space. A large soaking tub, walk-in shower, and private toilet room complete the master bathroom. This design offers two additional bedrooms, each with a private bathroom and walk-in closet. The three car garage opens to a vast utility room with ample counter space and sink while a mud room offers storage closets and bench seating. Additional space is available in an upstairs bonus room.

The Bartlett #1372 - Bonus room

Compare to the original sketches: The Bartlett #1372: Convenient Craftsman Ranch

Conceptual Design #1372 is a spacious three bedroom plan with all the conveniences of a larger home. Its Craftsman exterior is overflowing with details, including stone, arches, gable brackets, and cupolas, and the angled courtyard garage features a personnel door and 3rd bay to make room for a third vehicle.

A large study at the entrance to the plan has a vaulted ceiling to allow for a massive window that brightens the space. The 20×20 great room provides a comfortable entertaining area with a fireplace, built-ins, and patio access, topped with a coffered ceiling. A single dining space enjoys rear views and features a furniture niche, and the open kitchen ties the living spaces together with an island for casual seating.

The Bartlett #1372: Main Floor PlanThe Bartlett #1372 : Bonus Room Floor Plan

 

Near the kitchen is a huge walk-in pantry with sun tunnel, a powder room, and an e-space leading to a relaxing screened porch. The angle of the garage allows for a spacious utility room as well as extra storage and a coat closet, while stairs lead to a bonus room large enough to become a fourth bedroom with bathroom.

Each bedroom has a walk-in closet and private bath, and the master suite is spacious with a tray ceiling, rear views, two walk-in closets, and a large bathroom with separate vanities, soaking tub and walk-in shower.

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50 comments on “NEW HOUSE PLAN – THE BARTLETT #1372 IS NOW AVAILABLE

  1. Ashley on

    This house plan is what I would imagine the perfect house to be! The only disappointment is the lack of a fireplace in the master suite. It looks like because the fireplace in the living room is in the middle of the master suite wall, a fireplace in the master suite would be off center to where the bed would go. I’m assuming a fireplace in one room can’t back up to the fireplace in another room, otherwise it would be a shared fireplace that you could see through from one room to another?Would it be possible to put in a corner fireplace in the master suite instead? The corner of the wall that’s shared with the living room?

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    • Echo on

      Hi Ashley! You can definitely add a fireplace in the master bedroom. The corner would be a perfect location or you may be able to make it work to have the master fireplace on the other side of the great room fireplace. If you install gas fireplaces instead of wood burning that would need the ventilation. If you build masonry fireplaces, you’re right… if you add a two-sided fireplace in the master/great room, you would likely be able to see through and noise would travel through. A building professional may be able to give you more guidance and advice on how to place a fireplace in the master bedroom.

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  2. Jeff Svoboda on

    I love this plan but could use some modifications:
    I love the master bedroom suite with separate walk in closets and the master bath with individual but separate sink areas.
    The e-space off the kitchen is great.
    I am looking for a walk out basement so I would relocate everything left of the pantry to the lower level, eliminate the bonus room above the garage, and put the stairs to the lower level to the left of the pantry area.
    I would straighten the garages to narrow the house and thereby create a larger laundry room area.
    I don’t know what is outside the great room but I like a lot of light from the back of the house so I would not want an overhang over what would be the deck area. The deck itself would shade the lower level walk out.
    I would build this house on my lakeside lot in Tennessee with these modifications.

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  3. Marybeth on

    This plan is quite nice, although, it would be nice to see an option with the 2 bedrooms with a jack and jill bathroom versus having two separate bathrooms. Another idea would be to flip the 1/2 bath and pantry so that you could close off the espace and put a door in the dining room to lead to the screened porch.

    It is nice to finally see a large closet in the foyer.

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  4. Paul on

    I love this floor plan with the dedicated office but we’re looking for something a little smaller (2500-2800) sf. Do you have a floor plan with a dedicated office like this one that smaller and maybe 2 stories with the 2nd floor upstairs?

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  5. Heather on

    I love that each bedroom has a private bath, we look for this and it is hard to find. I feel it is extremely important he the kids to have there own private bathrooms especially girls, I hate going to someone’s home and have to use the kids bathroom because there are no powder rooms. Spacious laundry room is a must for us as well however would like to have room for a doggy shower as well. I think that simply putting arch from kitchen to great room would allow for much needed additional cabinet space if you added top and bottom cabinets on each side of arch. Powder room just off screen porch is a must for when you are entertaining especially when you have a pool so people won’t be dripping all over your house when they run in to potty. Fire place on screen porch would be nice. The master is nice I could definitely take it as is but what I find rare but absolutely adore is his and hers master bath that are together yet separate. I have only found one other house plan I would rather share large closet but have our own bathroom areas wher I have a large tub, sink and vanity and toilet and he would have a large shower, sink and toilet. Thanks this truly is one of my favorite house plans

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  6. Judy on

    Kitchen needs a better flow and a little more room. Maybe have a door going right into the pantry from kitchen. Eliminate the doorway and add corner cabinets (they hold a lot of dishes)

    I would put the double ovens closer to the breakfast nook . small cabinet then stove , set of pot and pan cabinets, then pantry opening for pantry , then bump out enough to add corner cabinets , another set of set of cabinets and refrigerator. Micro slide out , dbl trash can, dishwasher in island.
    my 2 cents 🙂

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  7. Angela on

    Not bad. I am so glad to see the hallway. I do not like having to go into a room to get to another room. Pd room for me should be by the utility room. I would rather have 2 full baths not three plus pd room. Not a fan of Jack and Jill bathrooms either and most house plans have those. Love the double closets in the MB room but not crazy about the MB bathtub facing front of the house.

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    • Judy on

      I actually drew this plan up for our builder…as to what would fit on our lot. Also, the best lake views from the great room and master. I am interested in the plans.
      I am fine with either option…the Jack and Jill bath or separate for each bedroom . I prefer the vanity in front of the window instead of the tub unless facing the lake (not front of house).
      I would also offer a bump out choice for master and great room.
      What is the square footage as drawn?
      I would also like to see the front doors with
      What is picture of the back of house ?
      I would also like to see the front doors with the rounded wood tall french doors with a cool high wood design ( like is on the gables) on top of front entry porch instead of brick or stone. open the top up vs closed it

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      • Echo on

        Hi Judy, Thank you for your feedback on this design! This plan is approximately 3200 sq ft. It’s not a final design so this may change a bit. We do not have the rear rendering available at this time but that will be available when the design is completed and added to our portfolio.

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  8. Angie on

    The floor plan looks good but the kitchen does not seem to have enough cabinet space. Is there a way that more cabinets could be added to the kitchen?

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  9. Darla on

    I do like many aspects of this plan. The ceiling detail in the den and study, large island, large laundry, and open floor plan are a few that I would appreciate as a homeowner.

    Would like faster access to a bathroom with a tub from garage area and I prefer the e-space to be open to the dining/kitchen. Also, would it be possible to have access to the back patio from the master bedroom?
    .

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  10. Amanda on

    There are not nearly enough cabinets in that kitchen for me! I have too much junk, lol. I’m also not a fan of plans that are that open between the kitchen & living room (although I’m apparently in the minority not liking open floor plans). We went to a parade of homes and almost every house was just wide open.

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