Craftsman House Plan on the Drawing Board #1409

Conceptual Design #1409: Now In Progress! NOW AVAILABLE!

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Front Rendering - Conceptual Design #1409: Now Available!Main Level - Conceptual Design #1409: Now Available!

Here are two different floor plans for the Sagecrest exterior – Plan #1226 and Conceptual Design #1409. Let us know which version you like more, and what features make the difference by leaving a comment!

Read on for more details on Conceptual Design #1409

Plan #1226 vs Plan #1409

Here’s a closer look at our newest conceptual design! Leave your feedback on this Craftsman plan in the comments!

Craftsman Exterior - Conceptual Design #1409Conceptual Design #1409 is a new take on the Sagecrest Plan #1226 with the same richly detailed Craftsman exterior. The vaulted great room features a unique library alcove with built-in shelving, perfect for a homework station or reading nook. The island kitchen is completely open to the great room and dining room, with plenty of counter seating, a walk-in pantry, and nearby e-space. The family studio provides functional space for household projects, and is a step away from the kitchen, front porch, bonus room, and two-car garage with dual storage areas. This split bedroom design has two bedrooms with walk-in closets and private baths just off the kitchen, and a bedroom/study and master suite across the home. The master bedroom takes in rear views through a bayed wall of windows, and accesses the covered porch. His-and-hers walk-in closets and a bath with walk-in shower, separate vanities, and linen storage complete the suite.

Main Level - Conceptual Design #1409

Bonus Room - Conceptual Design #1409
Rear Elevation - Conceptual Design #1409

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44 comments on “Craftsman House Plan on the Drawing Board #1409

  1. Courtney hansen on

    Would it be possible to extend the pantry into the bedroom closet? Also I need another bedroom, either one on the main level or one upstairs and add a bathroom upstairs too.

  2. Mary Gilbert on


    My husband and I are getting ready to build and like several plans, but this plan has the best of everything we wanted in a plan. Yesterday, I talked with a fantastic customer sales and support representative named Tara. She shared this plan with us!!! We are so excited you NOW have this plan available!!! Would be difficult to enlarge the master bedroom closets and room size? Also, would it be a problem to increase the great room size from 18 feet to approximately 20 feet? We would also prefer for the laundry room to be closed off so people accessing the bonus room would not be walking into the laundry room. Thanks so much for designing a wonderful plan!

    • Echo on

      Hi Mary, we’re so happy to hear that you had a great experience with our customer service representative, Tara! Our modifications designer would be the one to answer your questions about what modifications are possible and what the design fees would be for those changes. Although, all of changes you mentioned can very likely be done.

  3. Tanae on

    I love this floor plan but I don’t actually want to have the cathedral ceilings. I like them to be no more 13-15ft. How difficult would this be to alter?

  4. Felicia G on

    Love the new design. Is it possible to eliminate bdr/study and bathroom and make it a sitting room for the master suite?

    • Tripp on

      Hi Felicia, You should have no problem eliminating the bathroom and converting the office/study into a sitting room for the master suite. If your builder is not comfortable making these changes on-site, you can also submit a modification request to work with our designer on your desired changes. If you have other questions, feel free to contact us at 1-800-388-7580.

  5. Casey on

    We’re planning to build this house and wondering if anyone has already built it so we can see what a real life picture will look like?

  6. CeestBPMzo on

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  7. Amy on

    I love this plan! I would like to see a keeping room instead of the screened porch if that would be possible with the exterior looking similar as the back elevation of the Master bedroom. I also prefer the great room to have less of a vaulted ceiling -maybe 12 feet high? I like how you seem to have thought of everything and there is no wasted space. On the exterior I would take the little bird house decorations off the roofs. To get a 4bed/4 bath house under 3,000 square feet is amazing! Great plan!

  8. Lisa Caves on

    I have always liked the Sagecrest plan but think the new version is more family-friendly. After examining the plan closely, I have a few questions. Where do you envision placing the HVAC units in Plan #1409? What are the dimensions of the screened porch? Is the turn-around time for receipt of this plan still approximately twelve weeks? What is the cost of the plan?
    Thank you,

    • Emily on

      Hi Lisa,

      Thanks for your feedback!

      -HVAC is not shown on our plans, but some places they are typically placed include: A closet in the home, an area under a staircase, the attic, the garage, or a space created outside the home.
      -The screen porch measures approximately 13’8″ x 15′ (which may change as the plans are finalized).
      -Yes, this plan will still take about 12 weeks to complete once you place an order, but you could have the Sagecrest modified instead if time is an issue.
      -This design will be priced like the Ramsey Plan, with the 5 set package for $1015.

      Let us know if you have more questions!

  9. Nicki on

    Wondering if a basement could be added to this plan? Maybe instead of the stairs going up to the bonus, have them go downstairs? Also, I’d take the walk-in closet from room 2 and make the pantry larger. Then I’d take the storage from the garage for bedroom 2 closet. We would definitely need a 3 car garage.

    • Emily on

      Hi Nicki!

      A basement can certainly be added to this plan! Our standard basement option would most likely put the basement stairs adjacent to the bonus room stairs, bumping out the garage a bit. Changing the bonus room stairs into basement stairs is feasible, but would be a custom modification. Thank you for your suggestions!

  10. mary on

    How challenging would it be to have the 2 bedrooms on a 2nd floor? We have a sloping lot and I do not want to put my children on the walk out basement level. Love the “Family Studio” The front of our home will face North & a big goal is to have great natural light and family friendly flow. Any suggestions are appreciated (I have several saved plans on your page).

    • Emily on

      Hi Mary,

      Moving the 2 bedrooms to a second floor would change the look of the house, and you would lose the cathedral ceilings in the living areas. This change is feasible, but there may be other plans that would serve as a better starting point.

      Our Customer Service Representatives would be happy to put together a list of plans that meet your needs – Call us at 1-(800)-388-7580, or email a request to [email protected]

  11. Cretia Hayes on

    This design flows much better than the original. I love how the kitchen looks into the great room and into the dining area. In the original design there is wasted space with having a great room and a keeping room. Sell this plan please. We are ready to buy it!

    • Emily on

      Thanks for your feedback, Cretia!
      At this point, we still don’t have a completion date scheduled for this plan, but if you are certain this is The One, you can place an order for it and we will start production and have it ready in about 12 weeks.
      If this is something you want to do, give us a call at 1-(800)-388-7580 and we can take your order and give you an estimated completion date!

  12. Hayley on

    I love the new plan!! I would love to see a three bedroom house plan with the Sagecrest elevation. One side of the house should be dedicated to a spacious master suite and the secondary bedroom layout similar to 1409. I love the large dining space, open kitchen, and the e-space in the new plan. We are planning on building a walkout basement and have the 4th bedroom in the basement. A spacious 3 bedroom plan with the Sagecrest elevation would be ideal for me!

  13. Rebecca on

    I am in love with this plan! I have always loved the Sagecrest plan, especially the elevation. The floor plan just needed some tweaking to work for my family. This plan has everything I want in a plan. The single dining space, open kitchen, family studio and library alcove make this plan awesome. It’s nearly perfect. I would just like to see the master bedroom and closets a little bigger. Also, I don’t like the location of the closet for the bedroom/study. I would like to see the bedroom/study, bathroom and closet rearranged to make it more conducive to be a bedroom.

  14. Erin P on

    I love this plan with a single dining space big enough for big family events and small enough for the family, each bedroom has its own bath, important for a family with visiting parents and children of different sexes, having a seperate study/home office area makes a place for projects and printers, and the family studio a must have for busy families as a mudroom and hidden drop zone. My only complaint, I would love to see larger closets and more luxurious showers for 2 and a sacrifice of the rarely used tubs in the master.

  15. Alisha Hurd Starr on

    I love the conceptual plan! I like the bathroom/bedroom#2 configuration better. The open kitchen to the great room concept is better, too – don’t really need the great room and keeping room. Also, LOVE the pantry! We built a Don Gardner home (with a few tweaks of our own) and absolutely LOVED it!! Nicest house EVER!!

  16. Mary on

    I like the 1409 plan because the dining room section is not separated and the kitchen wall doesn’t separate. I am looking for a plan that has a huge dining area without a formal dining room because I would like to have everyone altogether in one room for holidays or entertaining. My current dining room is too small yet, unused on most days. The idea of having a large kitchen would make the best use for entertaining and everyday living.

    • Patti on

      This is a favorite. We currently have our home for sale and are hoping to build next year. I have saved the Sagecrest to my ‘favorites’, but this conceptual plan is even a better use of space. Love that the guest bedrooms have their own baths. Also love the more open sight lines in this plan. May want to allocate the ‘e-space’ to some other use. The lot we would build on is in a neighborhood with European and French Country exteriors…could this elevation be made to look more French Country? How when we know when this plan is available? Thank you!


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