Home Design 1433 | Two-Story Traditional

New House Plan on the Drawing Board 1433 is a two-story home design with ample living and entertaining space!

Front elevation of conceptual home design 1433.

Conceptual Home Design 1433

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Conceptual Home Design 1433 is an updated version of The Holden house plan #1168. This Traditional exterior features multiple gables at varying heights and sizes. Metal roof accents, along with timber wood details creates an interesting facade and the three sets of columns create a classic entrance for welcoming guests.

A two-story foyer, along with an open and curved staircase, provides a grand impression from the first step inside. The designated dining space provides plenty of room for dinner parties as well as nightly meals. The great room enjoys a soaring ceiling and a fireplace with built-in book shelves on each side creates a nice focal point. French doors and large windows bring in natural light and allow access to the rear porch.

The kitchen features a pass-though window to the great room and a center island for meal prep. A large walk-in pantry is located just across the hall.  A screened porch offers views all around and a fireplace ensures you keep warm in cooler seasons.

In addition to a spacious bedroom and luxurious bathroom, the highlight of the master suite is a dual-entry walk-in closet with plenty of storage and defined space for couples.  A built-in 4-drawer dresser is located under the front facing windows.

A study and full bath on the first floor can also function as a guest room. The utility room doubles as a mud room with entry from a side porch and a sink for clean up. The two-car garage also includes additional storage.

First floor of conceptual home design 1433.

Two sets of stairs allow dual access to the second floor. Two spacious bedrooms share the upstairs bathroom, or there is space for an optional second bath.  A storage room provides easy access to seasonal items and other items you want to put away.  There is also a large bonus room that can be utilized to your liking.

Second floor of conceptual home design 1433.

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16 comments on “Home Design 1433 | Two-Story Traditional


    I love this plan. Do you know if it was ever completed? If so, what is the name of the plan? Do you know if it has ever been built? I would like to see some photos of it.

    • Echo Jones on

      Hi Cindy, this is still a conceptual design. It has not been completed. Contact us if you would like to order this design or modify a similar home plan. 1-800-388-7580

  2. TK on

    Great plan – it is one of the finalists for our Dream Home…

    Can you tell me if the 2835 sq footage includes the Screened -in Porch?

    And finally, can there be a stucco version of this home…?


    • Echo on

      Hi TK! No, the screened porch is not included in the square footage. And yes, you can change the exterior materials to stucco. That wouldn’t be a structural change so you can just let your builder know where you would like to use stucco to replace the suggested siding.

  3. Amanda on

    I love the utility being located near the garage entrance. I would like to see it serve as an “arrival center” with a built in desk and a small island for folding clothes as well a sink. A pocket door would also be great to conceal the space off from guest. I would want to walk right into the arrival center instead of walking into a hallway from the garage.

    As a previous comment states, I would also like the dining to not be separate from the kitchen if possible.

    I can’t wait to see this plan finished. Looks like it might be a contender for us to consider purchasing.

    • Echo on

      Hello Lx, All dimensions for this design are approximations since it is in the conceptual phase. The utility room would be approximately 14’8″ wide since it is the same width as the bedroom/study. Comparing to the depth of the dining room, I would estimate the depth of the utility room to be around 8′.

  4. Marissa on

    I think this is just about perfect! I adore the square footage focus on living spaces-with a single, open dining space and a large kitchen/living area. I love the straight foundation lines across the back, which is economical and allows for upgrades elsewhere. This might be what we have been waiting for!

    • Echo on

      That’s wonderful, Kelli! Give us a call when you’re ready and we can give you an estimated time frame for completion and pricing – 1-800-388-7580.

  5. Marie Leitner on

    Love the look of this outside. Was wishing it was not 2 story great room and no separate dinning.
    Seems hard to find this, but love his houses and the outside look.


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