The Cline  – Home Plan 1419

This front porch is accented with an arched gable and tapered columns frame each side. Inside, the kitchen is positioned for front views with a window over the sink. A walk-in pantry, bar with sink, spacious utility room with side entry porch, and abundant storage will appeal to the modern homeowner. The dining room and master bedroom open to a grand screened porch with skylights and a fireplace.

Home Plan 1419 - Front Rendering

3 beds, 2 baths, 1986 sq ft.

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Home Plan 1419 - First Floor Plan

66’2″ x 68’2″

Home Plan 1419 - Bonus Room

Compare to the original sketches!

Home Plan #1419 - Front Elevation

Conceptual Design #1419

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Conceptual Design #1419 is an updated version of The Hazelwood Home Plan #884. The new floor plan is small, under 2000 sq ft, but it has unexpected amenities for its size.

The charming Craftsman exterior of The Hazelwood remains and we have added a front facing dormer. Combining the formal dining room and breakfast room has cleared up space for a bar, pantry, and extra storage closet and the kitchen has shifted to the front of the home plan where a kitchen island now provides additional work space. An exciting addition to this design is a screened porch with cathedral ceiling and fireplace.

Secondary bedrooms share a bath and a coat closet is conveniently located off the foyer. The great room features a fireplace and built-ins and is topped with a coffered ceiling for a more intimate setting. In the master suite, find a dramatic tray ceiling and plenty of rear facing windows. Enjoy your own private access to the screened porch, a deluxe bath, spacious walk-in closet, and linen closet.

Home Plan #1419 - First Floor Plan

The enlarged utility room has a sink and side porch access while the garage provides extra storage and the bonus room above awaits future expansion.

Home Plan #1419 - Bonus Room

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48 comments on “HOME PLAN 1419 – NOW AVAILABLE!

  1. Cheryl Vets on

    We are looking to build in Tennessee in a few years. We have an 8 acre wooded lot, that I can see this house on. This would be our retirement home; so budget is important. Before I get myself too attached to this floor plan; please tell me that putting this design over a partial unfinished basement, falls between $200,000-$250,000, “turn key”….
    Cheryl V.

    • Echo Jones on

      Hi Cheryl, we are not involved in the building process so we are not able to provide cost-to-build estimates. A local builder can provide a building quote for this design. You can purchase a materials list or a study set to get a more accurate estimate. Contact our customer service team for more information – 1-800-388-7580 or [email protected].

    • Rita Pelczar on

      Love this plan. Do the windows in the shed dormer (in the middle of the front of the house) shine into the kitchen? Also, we’d like a full basement–what options would you suggest for placement of basement stairs?
      Rita P

      • Echo Jones on

        Hi Rita. No, that dormer is just aesthetic and does not open to the kitchen. If you order this plan on a basement foundation, our designers will determine the best location for the basement stairs. We usually try to keep then near the bonus staircase.

  2. Nancy Hall on

    We really like this floor plan with a few exceptions. I would increase the master walk in closet and take out the linen. Add a walk in shower(No shower door) where the garden tub is and put vertically in front of the shower.

    I’d turn the guest closet in foyer around, which will give the study a recessed wall perfect to mount a TV and close the opening to the bedroom/study to a corner french door which opens to great room.

    I love the spacious kitchen and pantry but don’t like the distance between the kitchen and dining that I have to walk thru the bar area. Would reverse that somehow. Maybe turn pantry and bar around (we would make this a juice/smoothie bar) and give up the closet near utility room. the bar would be into the dining area a bit.

    Lastly a rustic or ranch exterior would make it perfect for us!

  3. Janet on

    I positively love this floor plan. I love, love, love the bar and shelves. I wouldn’t use the sink because this to me would be the ideal place for grandkids to finger paint, puzzles, and playdough. I think the upper shelves could be used for art work, photos etc. Then when it’s the holidays what a great second eating area or place for food or dishes to be set out. You all did a wonderful job.

  4. Kenneth Moore on

    This plan is just about what I’m looking for. I’ve always loved the look of a craftsman. Like most folks in the southeast when the weather is just right, there is nothing better than to sit on the porch and wave at neighbors or strangers as they pass by. The secondary bedrooms could be slightly larger (12×12 ) and a walk-in closet for the back bedroom. The second would be great with a seamless glass shower as opposed to the tub, I’m a military retiree and there never seemed to be time for a leisurely bath. A powder room would be great for guests, possibly close off the side porch area. I’ve always been security concious and don’t like a lot entrances in my homes. I would also remove the screen porch entrance into the master. Could the depth of the porches be increased to 8 or 9 feet? Is a 48 inch crawlspace possible? Again I do like the size and the overall layout of this plan. Is the plan shown going to be the final layout or are some of the suggestions possibly being included into the final drawing. Thanks for your time.


  5. Jack on

    This is great! The layout in this is awesome! Could you please give an estimate as to typically how much the hillside walkout modification usually costs? Also, in this modification, is the basement “unfinished” and able to be changed, or is there a standard basement floorplan that comes with this modification? Thank you!

  6. Jack on

    This looks fantastic! My question is that, although I know it can be considered to be a modification, could your designers please consider making a hillside walkout basement floorplan for this? A couple of extra bedrooms, a bathroom, and some unfinished space would be great for this house! Maybe you are in your final stages, but this suggestion might complement the great first floor plan! Thank you!

  7. Cheryl on

    This is a great improvement for women who appreciate the large pantry and larger laundry with outside access to porch! Wonderful accommodations! Something I always look for is a closet to store vacuums in, too! Storage is important! And, what about an upright freezer? I would want it on the main level. The plan is good so far in my book; and what an attractive exterior!

  8. D. R. on

    I love everything about this house plan, except that it does not have a full basement. Is that an option? If so, where would the stairs to the basement be located?

    • Echo on

      Hello D.R., we will offer a full basement option for this design! Since the original plan is still in progress and the foundation is a crawlspace, we have not determined the location of the basement stairs at this time. That will be a modification after the plan is released and an order is requested on a basement foundation. It is very likely that the basement stairs will be located with the bonus staircase. The garage would be moved forward as needed to accommodate the stairs. Please let us know if you have other questions – 1-800-388-7580 or [email protected].

  9. Gary Feola on

    I love the front elevation and the fact that it is under 2000 ft yet still has so much going on. I would however make some personal changes,I would like the master bedroom to be a little deeper probobally in line with the bath wall increasing the size to almost 20 ft. Also,I would stretch the family room and rear bedroom to line up with the dining room,giving those rooms more space and lastly was wondering if there could be a breakfast area possibly where the bar area is so I wouldn’t have to use the dining room every day? I look forward to building this house in the Litchfield hills of Ct ,using shake and stone !!

  10. Brenda Perales on

    I love everything, with the exception of the master bedroom. Where do you put the bed? Every wall has a door or it looks likes big windows. The room is not that big so you need one wall to anchor the bed. The master bath should just have a big shower and private toilet. With those changes it would be perfect for me!

  11. Tanya Bujnosek on

    Love the kitchen at the front of the house! Is the screen porch included in the square footage? I need an in-law suite. Is it possible to add a second living area off of the back bedroom that’s connected by French doors? Any space for a pocket office?

  12. Barbara Wildenhaus on

    I am looking for down size house plan, but not yet ready to give up space for our activities……
    This is what I would like in a house less than 2400 sq ft…this one is close, one that can be for elderly or young family…thus wide doors and halls
    1. The extra bedrooms a little bigger, need to accommodate a queen in one and a king in the other
    2. The second bathroom a bit bigger, perfect would be one that is actually accessed from either bedroom and also the hall
    3. Need a stairway to basement, that doesn’t have turns
    4. Love the bar, but also want a pocket office easily accessible from kitchen, possibly turn pantry into office and storage in garage into the pantry, with area for cleaning supplies,deepen garage a couple feet, add small window seat area in a corner of kitchen
    5. Don’t need porch by master..or stairway there, use space to increase that area, an area for bathroom, closet, utility sewing, want to be able to get to laundry from master closet, also in master bath configure so as to reach toilet easily and quickly from bedroom
    6. Tired of craftsman, need outside clean sleek, modern whitefarmhouse, some vertical siding, shingle roof yet tin on overhangs, black windiest but no shutters, and a front and back porch deep enough to actually put furniture on
    As you can see I have thought about our needs a lot and hav search for a design that meets them with no luck
    Would so like to work with you to get my last house perfect for us, thank you for your time and consideration

  13. L. Fiegl on

    Thanks for a new look at under 2000 SF! Very nice! Don’t really need or want bar, though. Any other possibilities for that space?
    Personally, I would like to see even smaller plans. 1500 – 1700 SF
    would be even better for downsizing.

  14. Rose on

    I love this plan! It might be my favorite house plan under 2000 sqft, I love it so much. The only change I would make is making the closet and storage between the kitchen and garage into a powder room. I need a basement, but not the upstairs bonus room, but that should be an easy modification, too. Please let me know if this becomes available!

  15. Christine on

    Okay, I’m picky, but a lot of this I sure like. I would:
    1-make secondary bedrooms a little bigger 12×12 or 13, maybe take it out to the same depth as the dining room which would make the great room a bit larger
    2-I wouldn’t use a bar area, but I would like a nice, big pantry and maybe a built in area in dining room with counter, etc.
    3-I would move master the other direction, making possible area for an enclosed utility room. With washer and dryer= mess your back door guests also don’t want to see, 🙂

    This is a nice sized home, not too big or oversized for a couple who’s kids have left home. Screened porch rocks! And porches are nice!

  16. Pam on

    The kitchen is loaded with cabinets and counters AND there is a walk in pantry. There is a single dining area large enough for holiday dinners. I love that you don’t need to pass through the laundry room to get to and from the garage. I really like that you can get outside from the laundry room. I am old school and like to hang my laundry outside. I am not enamored of the bar but could use the spot for something else.


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