The Redmond – Farmhouse Home Plan 1374

The Redmond has a classic farmhouse exterior with its expansive front porch and prominent gables. This design features a grand two-story great room lined with columns and a single dining space facing rear views. The island kitchen is open to the living areas and just steps away from the walk-in pantry. A flexible storage closet near the screen porch awaits supplies for outdoor entertaining.

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3133 sq ft, 4 beds, 3.5 baths

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73’11” x 54’4″

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Conceptual Design #1374 is a grand, two-story farmhouse with an inviting front porch and open-concept living space.
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Conceptual Design #1374 has a classic farmhouse exterior with its expansive front porch and prominent gables. A new interpretation of the popular Hickory Ridge Plan #916, this design features a grand two-story great room lined with columns and a single dining space facing rear views. The island kitchen is completely open to the living areas and just steps away from the garage, walk-in pantry, and oversized utility room. A flexible storage closet near the secluded screen porch awaits supplies for outdoor dining and entertaining.

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The master bedroom is oversized to accommodate seating, and has a stunning tray ceiling, dual walk-in closets, and access to the covered rear porch. The master bathroom is a spa-like retreat with separate vanities and an octagonal tray ceiling framing the central freestanding tub. A versatile study and convenient powder room complete the main floor.

Upstairs, a curved balcony overlooks the great room below, and three bedrooms with two bathrooms make room for children or guests. A large bonus room is filled with natural light via skylights and a dormer window.

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  1. Dianne Power on

    This is exactly what we are looking for! We plan to start building in April or May. I would agree that the dining are should be larger and if possible the great room. Master could actually be smaller because we find that siting areas in bedrooms become a place to park stuff (not bodies.) we also need a 3 car garage and wondered if the screen porch could be deleted to make space for 3rd bay. I would personally screen in the porch off of the great room due to the swampy area of sc we live in! Please let me know if and when this plan becomes final!

  2. Sirena Smith on

    Love this floor plan! It has been almost impossible to find floor plans with an open concept and without formal spaces. I want one place to eat and one place to sit. The main floor is nearly perfect, but with three bedrooms upstairs the flex space should be opened up to increase the size of the great room. I would also add a locker/ drop area on the hall side of the small kitchen wall. One bedroom upstairs would be sufficient allowing for a small study loft. I would also like to see this house with roof lines more like the heartland model. I would rather the Heartland had the garage doors on the side rather than the front as we have a large lot.

  3. Gene Knudsen on

    How about a derivation on this plan!

    Keep the downstairs as it is in the concept, reduce the upstair’s bedrooms to 2, add a bonus room over a 3 car garage. Change the exterior to be similar to the Catalina. This would be an upscale home suitable to a retired lifestyle. Mostly a one story design, room for visitors, abundant outdoor space, gazebo, with a large garage.

  4. Sam on

    I love everything about this plan, except we’ve been looking for a one story approx 2,500 sq ft. House. I need two bedrooms downstairs with a jack and Jill bath. Add a mudroom at the garage entry and scale it down to around 2,100 – 2,600 sq ft. Perfect!

  5. Sandy Will on

    First of all…I have been seriously looking for a floor plan similar to this with family room, kitchen/large island, and dining laid out in this format; a good-sized pantry, main master, large laundry area and (2) bedrooms/(1) bath upstairs. We are not building for a few years..but have bought a wooded lot (2 .25 acres) for our retirement home. We hope to keep home under 2500 square feet thus I would like to see the master bedroom somewhat smaller and only two bedrooms, one bath upstairs. For the master bath, my primary concern would be a larger shower. I agree that the family room and dining area could stand to be slightly larger to fully appreciate the open concept. Love a two-story family room with unique ceiling design. I would rather have the study/flex room open up into the family room and the 1/2 bath be relocated, maybe where the pantry is and the pantry where the storage area is (?). The utility room should have room to hang clothes, have W/D and sink, as well as bench/charging center and coat closet. We would build with daylight basement so would need the basement stairway. Instead of the screen room, I would rather see a sunroom behind the master bedroom (especially when made smaller in size) with porch/deck behind the FR. Definitely need a 2-2 1/2 car garage with storage area or 3 car garage to handle two vehicles and riding lawn mower, etc. For the exterior, we had planned to do a home with vinyl siding, stone accents to reduce costs…not sure how that would work with this home. I have looked at the Peppermill but like this layout much better. Would appreciate direction to other layouts that might meet our needs but this one is very exciting. Of all the builders (advertised) on the internet and in magazine, etc. Don Gardner is definitely my favorite. He recognizes that common areas need space for family and friends to socialize and be together.

  6. Shanna Milton on

    This house is nearly perfect! My husband and I are considering this plan, or one very similar. The only thing that we haven’t seen in plans like this one is a kitchen on the rear of the home. We will be building on a large piece of land, and having a sink and window at the rear of the home gives the house more of a farmhouse feel. It would look gorgeous with an L shaped kitchen and a large island that separates the kitchen from the dining area.

  7. Angie M on

    My husband and I are in love with this floor plan. We both have looked over it several times and can’t find anything that would change. The open concept is perfect and the outside design is gorgeous. We are thinking about building it whenever we sell our house.

  8. Peggy Craig on

    I really like only having one dining area. I do think the dining room needs to be slightly larger for a full seating of 8 and either a built in cabinet on the right wall or simply allowing space for a buffet on that wall. I love the location of screen porch but it too is a bit small. Open kitchen concept with island and large pantry is a winner. A family rear entry space is a must that is missing…Built ins for coats and even charging station (small shelf/cabinet) for phones,etc is a must today for any new plan and should be added. Upstairs looks good I like the size of bedrooms. I would add a linen closet upstairs. Personally I would put master closet on front of house and do a built in tub or really large shower and no tub. The stand alone tubs are very expensive. However this set up is a wow feature with tub and ceiling feature. Great plan!

  9. Judy Hawkins on

    I did think the great room and dining area need to be larger. Great room needs to be 22 x 22. There needs to be a 3 car garage. And a small close next to the upstairs closet that juts out on the left side. Enough room for a stackable washer and dryer. I currently live in a home with laundry facilities on both floors. I have 8 children and although they are grown, they still come to visit and the extra laundry is a wonderful bonus.

  10. Barbara Stevens on

    I recommend a laundry shoot, if it’s possible. Since the kids’ bedrooms are upstairs and the laundry room is on the first floor, a laundry shoot will increase the odds that kids will use it to take care of dirty laundry. I know from experience how beneficial a laundry shoot is with teenagers in the house!

    Perhaps the storage room next to the dining room could be decreased to a closet allowing for the extra space to be used as a built-in china hutch in the dining room.

  11. Courtney Klingelhoets on

    I am very interested in parts of this plan – love the look of the outside but would be interested in modifying the floor plan a bit. We are looking to build this spring. Do you know when this plan would be available?

    P.S. I love the Don Gardner plans overall – great site!

    • Emily on

      Hi Courtney,

      Thank you for your kind words about our home plans! This plan will likely not be finalized in 2015 unless someone orders it in advance. If you are certain this is the plan you want to build this year, you can order it over the phone and we will put it into production! It would take approximately 14-16 weeks to complete the base plan, plus an additional 4-6 weeks to add the walkout basement and any other changes you’d like to make. 1-800-388-7580

      If you need plans sooner to stay on schedule for spring, you may want to consider having the Hickory Ridge Plan #916 modified to be more like this conceptual plan and add the walkout basement to that. This option would mean the plans would be complete in 4-6 weeks. Here’s a link to more information about our in-house modifications:

  12. Patti on

    Like this 2-story plan with a more open concept flow and without a formal dining area. The layout is good, but feel the great room and dining space are not quite adequate for larger families. Currently have a great room that is 16’x20.5′ and it is difficult to place furniture on the 16′ side to accommodate a group without feeling somewhat cramped. Since there is only the one dining space, it should be bigger as well, in order to accommodate oversized tables available now. Would like a mud area near the garage entrance and would enlarge the screened porch – 9′ is very narrow. We would need a 3rd garage space. Overall, a nice updated 2-story.

  13. Marlene Whelan on

    LOVE the open floor plan! This plan is just what I want. 2 closets in master… LARGE utility room… Pantry. I don’t know how tall the ceilings are but I like them tall!


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