The Lucy – Home Plan 1415

A simplified roofline creates interest with thoughtfully placed gable accents. Tapered columns highlight the front porch and welcome guests to the sidelight framed entry. Inside, the floor plan is equally thoughtful, with a spacious great room, open kitchen with island, and single dining space. The master suite is expansive with dual walk-in closets and a bathroom comfortably suited for two. Additional features include a walk-in pantry, oversized utility room, three-car garage, and an inviting screened porch with cathedral ceiling, skylights, and a fireplace. Two additional bedrooms and a study round-out this classic design.

Check out the front rendering of home plan 1415, The Lucy.

4 beds, 3 baths, 2239 sq ft.

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Check out the first floor plan of home plan 1415, The Lucy.

Width – 69’0″ Depth – 81’6″

Check out the bonus room floor plan of home plan 1415, The Lucy.

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Compare to the original sketches!

New House Plan on the Drawing Board #1415 is a single story design with simple, clean lines.

Home Plan 1415 The Lucy

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Conceptual Design #1415

Conceptual design #1415 is a smaller version of The Drake #1371. The square footage has been reduced to 2188 sq. ft. in this design and the roof line is simplified with clean lines and a lower roof pitch, making it more affordable to build. This design still creates an attractive exterior with mixed materials of shakes and stone. Front and rear porches are perfect for enjoying the outdoors.

Home Plan 1415 The Lucy

First floor plan

This small home design brings many features that you would normally expect with larger square footage house plans.  The foyer offers a coat closet and leads directly into the study with its adjacent bathroom and closet. A vaulted, coffered ceiling in the great room is a stunning addition. The master suite is expansive with dual walk-in closets and a bathroom comfortably suited for two.

The kitchen is open to the great room and dining area and features a center island. The rear dining area opens to a screened porch that can be enjoyed in cooler months with its outdoor fireplace. Secondary bedrooms share a bathroom and a linen closet has been positioned just outside the bedroom doors. A private side entry passes through the spacious utility room. The three-car garage offers access to a bonus room above and the nearby walk-in pantry is perfectly located just inside for dropping groceries on the way to the kitchen.

Home Plan 1415 The Lucy

Bonus room

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94 comments on “HOME PLAN 1415 – NOW AVAILABLE!

  1. deborah dinsmore on

    It is perfect…..
    Not ready yet to purchase, but love the plan.
    Would like a little bigger mmasterbed room.
    But its great… thank you .

  2. Rena on

    This one is almost perfect.! Very rare to find a plan that has everything I want with modest square footage making it affordable to build! Love it! Would love it more if the living room had a cathedral ceiling!

  3. Cindy on

    How difficult would it be to have this plan reduced by 10 – 15%? I love the floor plan, but a plan closer to 2000 total square feet would be ideal for us financially. I know this is probably a modifications department question, but I am wondering what your thoughts are. This is definitely the plan for us!

  4. Kim McCauley on

    Do you have any Idea when this plan is going to be completed
    , our builder will not do a quote until he sees the final plans. Please moved this one up on the list .

  5. Tara on

    This is what we have chosen for our new home that we plan to build next summer. Could you please show a drawing of the back of the house?

  6. Jim Lillard on

    We have been looking at house plans for 2 years. This one has come the closest to what we want. For us, we need an angled garage. We will not need the stairs to the bonus room. So I would like to make that the “mud room”. The extra area we gain by angling the garage can be used in utility room so you can make a closet to store the mop and vacuum. We will have a walkout basement, so we would like an open staircase to the basement around foyer or great room. Thank you. Really enjoy looking at all your house plans.

  7. Sara Barron on

    Could you please make a point of building in ‘universal design’ baths, kitchens & utility rooms? Showing a 5′ turn around circle in the smaller spaces & laying out the appliances to be accessible from varying heights would be so helpful.

  8. Kyle Dillard on

    We are meeting with a builder this week. Hoping to start construction in the next 3-4 months. This is my wife’s favorite house she has seen. I’m hoping it comes available soon.

  9. Jan Jennings on

    This house plan layout is exactly what I have been looking for when we retire! Can you add a sitting area to the Master Bedroom? And make the two bedrooms on the back at least 13′ x 12′? Stairwell to basement?
    Thanks – just beautiful!

  10. Debbi Siebert on

    I really like the master closet layout; not in the bathroom, which I will never understand putting clothes into a damp area.
    The entire layout is perfect.

    The only feature I would consider revamping is the Jack and Jill bath. We designed our house with our children’s bedrooms having an open doorway into a vanity area, which in turn each entered into the wet area. The wet area had two doors/pocket doors, but was not a big space with just a toilet and tub/shower combo with a small window above the toilet letting in light and ventilation. This worked out perfectly in our house for our daughter and son. The vanity area had a spacious cabinet with doors and drawers, and a single sink top with plenty of countertop, and wall to wall mirror.

    I could build this house and enjoy it immensely.

  11. Angel on

    Nice plan, but I would flip front to back, the master bed and bath and also the garage and other bedrooms. The master bed should not be adjacent to the family/living area.
    My biggest issue with so many of today’s homes, are that the garage sticks so far out in front of the house. The garage should not be the focal point of a home. I would push that front end back and put the extra bedrooms there and then put the garage at the back half of the house and extend with backwards instead of forwards.

  12. Kim McCauley on

    Could you tell me the measurements for the master bedroom closets and the master bath. This is the plan we have picked , we love it !

  13. Sabrina rice on

    I love this floor plan. If we order this plan, when will it be available? Does it have an optional basement? Our land is sloped, so a basement is a must. I’m really hoping this one does.

  14. Lindsey on

    This is a great plan. Curious if you have any plan similar where each secondary bed has its own bath?? I have two kids a year apart and want each to have own bath (boy/girl). the drake is close since it looks like there is a way to add additional bath…been looking for sometime and cannot seem to fine the very perfect plan…but this and Drake are close

  15. Kelsey S. on

    I love this one! For the first time in the year I’ve been looking, I found one that has everything I want AND looks completely adorable on the outside. I will definitely be keeping this one on my short list for our new home!

  16. Carol on

    Love this plan and is just what we are looking for. The only change I would make would be a door from the master to the spa. Do you have drawings for the back of the house?
    When will this plan be ready to purchase?

    • Echo on

      Hi Carol, This design has been selected for completion but there are other designs in front of it on our schedule so we do not have an anticipated completion date yet. You are welcome to order Design 1415 and we will move it ahead on our schedule. A rear rending will be completed with the final design. Contact us at 1-800-388-7580 to order a plan or to get more information, or email at [email protected].

      • Teresa on

        This has just about everything we are looking for except we would also want a door from the Master Bedroom to a deck outside to the spa. Also, we never use a bathtub and was thinking about putting the washer and dryer in that space. Your thoughts on that? Thank you.

        • Echo on

          Hi Teresa, Adding a door to the master bedroom would be an easy modification! You could definitely convert the master bathroom to include your washer and dryer if that works best for you. The space for the bathtub is 6’6″ x 4’0″. Let us know if you have any other questions or if you would like our designers to help you modify this plan. 1-800-388-7580 or [email protected].

          • Teresa on

            Thank you for your quick reply on my first question! Can you confirm the square footage? . . . I see 2188 and 2239. Can this be built on a basement? If so, where would the stairs go? Thank you.

          • Echo on

            Hi Teresa, 2239 is the most accurate estimation of the square footage for this design at this time. It was updated from the original drawing estimation of 2188 when we moved it to the progress stage. It is possible that the square footage could change again as the design is finalize but it would be minimal. We will offer this design on a basement foundation when it is added to our portfolio. The basement stairs location has not been determined yet, but they will likely be placed near the bonus staircase. Let us know if we can help with anything else – 1-800-388-7580 or [email protected].

  17. Jessica on

    Great plan! I would like a door from the master bedroom to the porch, and just a regular vaulted ceiling in the family/ great room.

  18. Vernon Charles O'Neal on

    Why don’t you design one like this with a cathedral ceiling from the front to the back, front door/foyer to the back porch taking advantage of the former window in front and one for the back for the natural light benefits?
    Another design without a bathroom in the bonus room is pointless. It is far more advantageous to have a bathroom upstairs than have to track downstairs during a TV show, game of pool, or for guests.

  19. Lisa Beall on

    I love this floor plan! We are planning on building next year and I look at home plans all the time. This is absolutely a favorite of mine! I’m saving this to my Pinterest page.

  20. Juliann Olson on

    Love the design in a smaller footprint. Well thought out usage of how to maximize the livability of this plan! Designing smaller square footage homes that deliver a ton in design elements is the answer most home builders are looking for their clients.


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