The Lindstrom  – Home Plan 1434

This storybook cottage design charms onlookers with striking roof lines and a mixed exterior of stucco, stone and cedar shakes. The foyer welcomes an open floor plan with a column accented dining room and a dream, island kitchen overlooking the great room. Outdoor living is abundant with screened and open rear porches and a patio. The master suite enjoys excellent views from an arched wall of windows while the master bathroom is a spa-like retreat. Notable features include an over-sized utility room, pantry, mud room, and multiple storage closets throughout. Two additional bedrooms, two full bathrooms, and a flexible bedroom/study round out this thoughtful floor plan.

Check out the front rendering of house plan 1434, The Lindstrom.

2169 sq ft, 4 beds, 3 baths

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Check out the first floor plan of The Lindstrom, house plan 1434.

70′ 0″ x 60′ 4″

Check out the bonus room of The Lindstrom, house plan 1434.

Compare to the original sketches:

New House Plan on the Drawing Board 1434 is a small one-story cottage with a thoughtfully laid out floor plan.

House Plan 1434 - Front Elevation

Conceptual House Plan 1434

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House Plan 1434 is a larger version of The Foxglove house plan #1297. This design features a fourth bedroom and an extra bathroom as well as a larger pantry and utility room. Instead of a separate breakfast nook and dining room, design 1434 offers one dining space, freeing up room for a larger kitchen. The open porch becomes a screened porch with a fireplace and skylights.

The features of The Foxglove that you love are still here, starting with the Cottage exterior. The hip roof is adorned with front facing gables and a cupola creates a focal point and adds whimsical charm. The great room centers around a fireplace with built-in shelves on each side to display books, pictures, and decorative items.

The master suite enjoys a spacious bathroom and walk-in closet and the master bedroom is flooded with natural light from rear facing windows that curve outward. The utility room is located nearby for convenience and extra storage closets and shelves allow optimal organization.

The pantry is thoughtfully placed adjacent to the garage, making it easy to drop off dry good as you head to the kitchen with other groceries.

House Plan 1434 - First Floor Plan

A bonus room over the garage offers additional square footage for a future expansion or storage.

House Plan 1434 - Bonus Floor Plan

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15 comments on “HOME PLAN 1434 – NOW AVAILABLE

  1. Susan on

    These people who live in this house do not entertain inside – the dining room is way too small. It is what i call a token dining space- just big enough for a little round table for breakfast. Everything else is very nice, especially the front facade.

  2. Dawn on

    Nice floor plan concept!
    – It would be great if the two bedrooms on the left were slightly larger and it will not impact the square footage that much. At least 12′ x 12′, but 12′ x 13′ would e nice.
    – What about flipping the cabinets off of the back wall and using the cabinets as a “wall” between the kitchen and dining? Then you can have a door to the backyard from the kitchen in addition to, or maybe instead of from the den into the back yard.
    – As Sharon mentioned above, the garage in the rear might be preferable.

  3. Stacey Newcome on

    I would love this. But we need a basement access. I would also like to see the kitchen and living room stretched out 2 or 4 more feet back. Bedrooms a little bigger one with a walk in closet.

  4. Pam Hocutt on

    We are looking for a Texas hill country floor plan. We would like a ~20×20 great room without a fireplace, ~16×16 master bedroom, no tub in master bath but a large shower with bench. Make the study into bedroom #2, remove the bedroom (#4) at the back of the house and extend the back porch across the entire back of the house starting at the master bedroom (for rear views and an outside kitchen and fireplace). No screen porch. Large utility room with a sink (dog baths), cabinets, an island for crafts, and a place for sewing machine. 2 car garage (side or front entry). Metal roof, stucco and Austin stone exterior.


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