Home Design 1438 | Small One-Story

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Decorative brackets and cedar shakes accent the gables of this angled design for a distinctly rustic appearance. A coat closet and powder room await just inside the foyer entry. The vaulted great room enjoys a fireplace flanked by built-in bookcases and additional display shelves. An angled kitchen island overlooks the dining room and the screened porch and open porch take entertaining outdoors when the weather is nice. The master suite features a vaulted ceiling and private access to the porch. Pass through the efficient master bathroom to enter a spacious walk-in closet. Two additional bedrooms share a bathroom and plenty of storage. A side porch conveniently enters the home through the mud room with bench seating and a walk-in pantry and spacious utility room are nearby. Find a bonus room above the garage for additional square footage.

Front rendering of The Sydney home design 1438.

2134 sq ft, 3 beds, 2.5 baths

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First floor of The Sydney home design 1438.

75’9″ x 79’3″

Bonus room of The Sydney home design 1438.

Compare to the original sketches: 

New Home Design on the Drawing Board 1438 is a small one-story home with an angled, courtyard entry garage.

Front elevation of conceptual home design 1438.

Rear elevation of conceptual home design 1438.

Conceptual Home Design 1438

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Home Design 1438 is a new-concept, Ranch home design. The exterior is a combination of stone, siding, and cedar shakes. The angled garage is accented with decorative wood details and wood-paneled garage doors for a rustic appearance.

Just inside the foyer, find a coat closet tucked away and a powder room for guests. The vaulted great room enjoys a fireplace flanked with built-in bookcases and additional shelves for storage. An angled island overlooks the dining room and a screened porch and rear deck take entertaining outdoors when the weather is nice.

The master suite features a vaulted ceiling and private access to the deck. Pass through the efficient master bathroom to enter a spacious walk-in closet. Two additional bedrooms share a bathroom and plenty of storage.

A side porch conveniently enters the home through the mud room with bench seating. A walk-in pantry and spacious utility room are welcomed amenities.

First floor of conceptual home design 1438.

Above the angled two-car garage, a bonus room awaits further expansion.

Bonus room of conceptual home design 1438.

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42 comments on “Home Design 1438 | Small One-Story

  1. Susan on

    For 2100 sq ft there is good storage space:
    Guest coat closet near entrance
    Linen closet for right bedroom wing
    As well as towel and supply storage in bathroom
    Linen storage for left wing
    Wonderful walk-in pantry
    Broom closet near laundry
    Fantastic laundry work space room
    Book storage shelves in living room
    Dormitory space for sleepovers

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  2. Angie Brewer on

    Is there room to fit an island in the kitchen? Iโ€™d like to straighten the angled sink counter to make an L shape to have more space. The master bath needs to be larger to fit a bathtub. Other than that I love this plan!

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  3. Donna England on

    I agree with comments on DR column, moving the refrigerator and possibly repurposing the some or all of the MBR linen closet into more space in Master bath. Please retain the pantry (vs using it for Master bath). Also an alternate plan with basement stairs would be helpful. Also an alternate elevation with brick and stone would be helpful. When is this plan expected to be published? Subject to final revisions, it is currently top of my list for a spring 2019 building project.

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  4. Jo on

    I really like this plan but I definitely agree with the previous comment about the MBath Room being bigger by possibly moving or doing away with the pantry.

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  5. George on

    Excellent point on the column in the dining room, also the Refrigerator needs to be way from the dining room and in the kitchen proper somewhere. A counter top right there would be handy. Skylights on the screened in porch for light. This design flows well and I like it.

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  6. Henry Phillips on

    I like this plan, but would like a similar plan with a half daylight basement, with elevator and stairs. Also would like Jack and Jill bathroom, between the two bedrooms. Any suggestions?

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  7. MrsB on

    Very interested to see this plan in production. Do you have similar floor plans based on this one?
    Would like to see it with a jack and jill bath between bedrooms.

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  8. Greg on

    Nice plan. Plenty of space, and nicely arranged.
    2 comments.
    #1 – Move the column between the dining and great rooms out of the traffic way and into the counter area.
    #2 – Skip the linen closet in the hall outside the MBR and move the shower into that space, with a longer counter for the 2 sinks opposite.

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  9. Suzanne Horner on

    Smart plan for the small square footage. Laundry room is a bonus vs, it being the usual “walk thru” to the garage. Great living space.

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