House Plan 1467 | Craftsman Walkout

House Plan 1467-D has been named The Wesley and is now available! 

Front rendering of The Wesley house plan 1467.

This angled, hillside-walkout design is eye-catching with a mix of siding, stone, and board-and-batten accents. The portico entry leads to a foyer with a coat closet and powder room for guests. With an island and pantry nearby, the kitchen is positioned for front views. The great room and dining room are open for easy entertaining and a side screened porch and sprawling rear porch with skylights take living outdoors. The master suite is truly luxurious and offers direct access to the utility room through the master closet. A mud room off the garage entry is perfect for stashing bags, shoes, and coats. Downstairs, two bedrooms each have a walk-in closet and a shared full bathroom. A recreation room is available for entertaining or relaxing and double doors lead to a lower level porch.

First floor of The Wesley house plan 1467.
Basement floor plan of The Wesley house plan 1467.

Compare to the original sketches: 

House Plan on the Drawing Board 1467 is a hillside-walkout design with an angled floor plan!

Front elevation of conceptual house plan 1467.

Rear elevation of conceptual house plan 1467.

Conceptual House Plan 1467

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Conceptual Design 1467 is an update of house plan 1218-D, The Whitcomb. Design 1467 features an angled, courtyard-entry garage. The exterior is eye-catching, with a combination of vertical and horizontal siding with stone accents.

The two-car garage offers storage and enters the home through a mud room with bench seating and closets for hanging coats and bags. The pantry is just steps away, perfect for dropping off dry goods as you make your way to the kitchen. A massive kitchen island simplifies meal prep and overlooks the great room and dining. Take living outdoors to the rear porch or screened porch with bay windows providing 180 degree views.

The master suite is a treat for homeowners with private access to the rear porch, a dramatic tray ceiling and a bayed window offering excellent views. The master bathroom has an over-sized walk-in shower and couples with enjoy the double-sink vanity. A pocket door opens to an expansive walk-in closet with a folding table and drawers below. The highlight is private access from the master closet to the utility room. A second door opens to the common spaces for convenience.

First floor of conceptual house plan 1467.

The basement level includes a recreation room with a built-in media cabinet and french doors that open to a rear patio and spa. Two bedrooms, each with a walk-in closet share a full bathroom with a double sink vanity and walk-in shower.

Second floor of conceptual house plan 1467.

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51 comments on “House Plan 1467 | Craftsman Walkout

  1. Denise on

    We are planning to build The Whitcomb at the end of this year . Will this modified plan with the angled garage be available soon.

  2. Crystal on


    Has this plan moved past being conceptual to being its own full blown plan? It’s a beautiful plan and it’s at the top of our list for our build next year.

  3. Charlie on

    Been looking at this plan for a few months now and believe it would be perfect to build on my lake lot. Would love to see the following changes
    1) sq off wall in master bed and bedroom below and do a cathedral ceiling in the master
    2) this house needs some sort of home office even if it’s a 10 x 10 room above the garage would love to see the secondary door up front used as a dedicated entrance up to a office about the garage
    3) do away with the complicated roof line along the back as well as the covered porch in favor of just a deck on back; turn the vault in the great room the other way to encompass the dining room as well
    4) throw a outdoor kitchen on the fireplace wall along the screen porch and I believe we will have a winner

  4. Mandi quiring on

    I would like to seethe following
    the pantry extended into washer dryer area
    Or pantry where the front porch is use the pantry area as a larger laundry with the opposite wall being an e-space
    Down side no soaker to and no office or study need a place for the computers in a family home

  5. Lori on

    Absolutely love the plan! We’re planning on building on a lot that has an awesome front view as well as the back of the house. I would love to have an office space on the front left of the house with a 3/4 bath as well, and only because of my personal property. Also would like it to be about 1900 square feet on main, and only because of our personal lay of land, I need a straight garage instead of angled. Thanks for the awesome plan!

  6. Bill Christian on

    Great layout. Currently evaluating walk out plans to build for retirement. Wife will require tub and I would like small study/retreat at 100 sf +/-. Almost perfect size.

  7. Cindy on

    The first floor of this house is perfect in so many way! Room sizes, flow are just right. The utility, mudroon, master bath are spot on for how people actually live. Do you have any plans to create a similar plan with a second story instead of a finished walkout lower for those of us building on sites that would not work for this kind of walkout plan? A layout like this with 2 bedrooms up & bonus over garage would be a real winner !

  8. Louise Vamvounis on

    I love so many things here…
    The location of the powder room… not near the garage area so no muddy footprints through which to navigate
    The location of the screened porch… it does not block great room views
    The location of the laundry room… near the master bathroom, and large enough not to get pinned to a wall when emptying the dryer
    The location of the pantry… near the service entry of the house but not far from the kitchen
    The built in bench with window for putting on shoes
    The giant kitchen island… LOVE IT
    The open yet distinct room feel ( ceiling details to help define space)
    The kitchen sink’s location with a window view of the front yard.
    Rear porch, hopefully with very high opening as not to block light
    The master closet’s unique yet functional space
    The giant shower in the ensuite
    Large secondary bedrooms
    Windows in stairwell
    Single dining area
    Made for rear views…

    Only downside: no soaker tub.

  9. Joy on

    Y’all need to stop making improvements! I already have a longggg list of DAG favorites (including the Whitcomb) and
    now you go and make it even better!!
    I’m not usually a fan of the angled garages, etc., but I love the additional space that you’ve added here.
    Thanks for the many hours of fun you’ve provided while I dream of my “perfect” house!


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