House Plan 1352 | One-Story Modern Farmhouse

The Adele House Plan 1352 – Now in Progress!

We have created a “pick your size” series of house plans to make finding your ideal floor plan easier than ever. Each plan starts with the same stylish modern farmhouse exterior and first floor layout. You can then pick the floor plan that best fits your needs – from a one-story plan with three bedrooms to a two-story with five bedrooms. Each plan progressively adds square footage and bedrooms, so you can get exactly what you need without any wasted space.

Option 1 – The Adele

Front rendering of The Adele house plan 1352.

This small modern farmhouse design earns curb appeal from a dramatic dormer and bold gable brackets. Board-and-batten wraps the exterior and a front porch welcomes guests. Inside, the floor plan is thoughtfully arranged with an open dining room, great room, island kitchen, and breakfast nook topped with a trio of skylights. The rear porch, accessible from three rooms including the office/study, extends living outdoors. A coat closet is just inside the garage entry and the adjoining utility room is brightened by a sun tunnel. Separated from the secondary bedrooms, the master suite is private and enjoys a vaulted ceiling, dual walk-in closets, and a luxurious bathroom with a walk-in shower, freestanding bathtub, and a double vanity.

First floor of The Adele house plan 1352.

View other plans in this series:

The Cordelia Plan 1353 – View this plan

The Delphine Plan 1354 – View this plan

The Josephine Plan 1355 – View this plan


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2 comments on “House Plan 1352 | One-Story Modern Farmhouse

  1. Sue Mader on

    The exterior of the home has good curb appeal, but it is a little plain. It needs something, perhaps a better roof peak design. The vaulted ceiling is nice in the great room, and a fireplace is always nice. However a problem in these open floor plans is a lack of wall space. You really need a place to put a TV and cabinet for TV related items. Above a fireplace is not the best place for a TV. A layout where the fireplace could be in a corner would be best. Wall space is nice for art, and family pictures, as well as other sentimental mementos. If all you have are windows and open space, how can you decorate to reflect who you are, display the things you’ve collected in your life that mean so much to you. I like the breakfast room, but you’ve already got windows, I see no reason for the skylights. Honestly I would just make that room bigger, and get rid of the dining room. No one I know ever uses that if they already have a nice space off the kitchen. The back porch is nice. The area where the mudroom is, I would turn into if possible into a dog/pet bath area.

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