Check out this Craftsman Design from Don Gardner!

The Hardesty #1287 is our Home Plan of the Week: Under 2500 sq. ft.

Craftsman design - The Hardesty #1287

  • 2165 sq ft
  • 4 bedrooms
  • 3 bathrooms
  • Open living
  • Cathedral ceilings
  • Screened porch

Craftsman design: Siding and stone detailing add Craftsman charm to this ranch-style house plan. This four bedroom house plan makes the most of space, with a large kitchen overlooking the open great room and dining room area, with generous mud and utility rooms offering storage and work space. A cathedral ceiling and an abundance of windows bring light into the living space. A well-appointed master suite is a perfect place to relax in this house plan.

Here’s a reconfigured version of our Satchwell plan. We’ve moved the kitchen to the front, opening it up to a large pantry in the mud room. There is now a large, single eating area open to the great room. The screen porch is now off the dining area, and is complemented by a large, open back porch, patio and spa. The laundry area is now a separate room rather than a pass-through from the garage, and the shared bath is now between the two bedrooms.

Craftsman design - The Hardesty #1287 first floor

Craftsman design - The Hardesty #1287 bonus room


Plan of the week over 2500 sq ft – The Edgewater #1009.

Craftsman design - The Edgewater #1009

Promoting easy living, this house plan combines character with low maintenance. Doubled columns and stone accents create architectural interest for this house plan, and the deck accommodates outdoor living. Double doors open into the study/bedroom, while art niches, fireplaces, a handy pass-thru in the kitchen and built-in cabinetry add beauty and convenience throughout the house plan.

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  1. jacob stone on

    I love the kitchen layout in the front of the house, especially with all those windows. I wish it was a touch smaller, maybe in the 1900 ft range? Any help?


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