House Plan on the Drawing Board 1483 is a family-friendly design that is perfect for a busy lifestyle!
2761 sq ft, 4 beds, 3 baths
Conceptual House Plan 1483
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Conceptual house plan 1483 is a two-story version of The Ferris plan 1405. A mix of cedar shakes and stone lend a rustic feeling to this two-story design. The gables are accented with vertical siding and metal roof details enhance the facade. The front porch enjoys an archway and tapered columns. The rear elevation is equally impressive with an arched porch that showcases the exposed stone chimney.
This modern farmhouse enjoys the best of both worlds with a classic front porch and stylish curb-appeal. A second sprawling porch to the rear continues outdoor enjoyment. The open floor plan maintains an easy flow for families to relax and enjoy meals together. The master suite is free of distractions and tucked away for privacy while the utility room with laundry sink is nearby for convenience. Two additional rooms are available for children, guests, or a study.
This quintessential urban farmhouse features a board-and-batten exterior with a metal accent roof and a welcoming front porch. The great room and dining room share a cathedral ceiling and a spacious screened porch extends living outdoors. The kitchen is highlighted by an island and a pantry is nearby. A mud room entry offers a seat to comfortably remove shoes and a closet to hang coats and bags. The master suite is truly luxurious with a double sink vanity, a separate walk-in shower and bathtub, and a spacious walk-through closet that accesses the utility room. Two additional bedrooms are perfect for children and the shared bathroom offers a double sink vanity.
Vertical siding meets metal roof accents to bring modern style to this angled Ranch design. The angled orientation of the master suite creates a private retreat that is surrounded by windows. Couples will enjoy the dual sink vanity, separate walk-in shower and freestanding bathtub, and a spacious walk-in closet. The floor plan is open with an easy flow between the great room, kitchen, and dining room. A drop-zone and pantry offer storage and organization for busy lives. Three additional bedrooms round out this family-friendly design while front and rear porches invite outdoor relaxation.
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