This Arts-and-Crafts style home plan has so much to offer the modern family with five bedrooms on a sprawling single level. The spacious, open kitchen includes a walk-in pantry, storage closet and central island. A large utility room with an outside access door is conveniently placed down the hall from the secondary bedrooms. A well-appointed master suite includes a secluded sitting room that enjoys rear views, porch access, a master bath with dual vanities and a huge walk-in closet with sitting bench. The screened porch offers the best in year-round outdoor living with a fireplace. A three-car garage with extra storage adds space for a third automobile, workshop, or golf cart.
This two-story, European style home plan features an arched front entry and is adorned with stacked gables. The master suite and a secondary bedroom/study complete the first floor and three additional bedrooms are upstairs, along with two full baths and a bonus room. The great room opens to a screened porch with summer kitchen and skylights. The garage and utility room each offer outdoor access.
This three bedroom house plan is packed with special features!
This small Craftsman cottage enjoys open living spaces and a split bedroom layout. The great room and dining room flow into one another, while the efficient kitchen is open to both with its angled seating bar. A walk-in pantry, coat closet, and e-space are located near the garage for convenient unpacking, and a large utility room provides storage and workspace. The garage includes storage and shelving space, its own covered entry, and a bonus room above awaiting expansion. The cozy master suite is situated for privacy, with access to relaxing covered porches with skylights.
Georgian architecture conjures up images of stately houses on vast, sweeping estates, where the privileged would mingle amid champagne, music, and starlit skies. In actuality, a Georgian home plan is simply a colonial design, albeit, it originated among wealthy New Englanders and genteel Southern land owners. The influences that make the Georgian home “stately” can be traced to the classical influences of the Italian Renaissance. The impressive facades, multi-storied composition, symmetrically aligned windows, and regal entrances were designed to create a feeling of grandeur as well as balance.