House Plan 1468 – Now Available

The Everett house plan 1468 is Now Available!

This narrow cottage, with front-entry garage, opens to a surprisingly spacious floor plan. A cooktop island overlooks the great room for easy entertaining. The pantry and utility room provide convenience while skylights filter nature light onto the rear porch. The master bedroom features a freestanding bathtub, dual sink vanity and a walk-in shower. A window bring light into the oversized master closet. Three large bedrooms are upstairs with two full bathrooms. Adjoining hall closets offer storage and the bonus room is an ideal common space for games or movies.

Check out the front rendering of The Everett house plan 1468.

2607 sq ft, 4 beds, 3.5 baths

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Check out the first floor of The Everett house plan 1468.

49’8″ x 59’0″

Check out the second floor of The Everett house plan 1468.

Compare to the original sketches:

House Plan on the Drawing Board 1468 is a two-story design with a narrow footprint.

Update – Rear Elevation Added!

Check out the front elevation of house plan 1468.

Check out the rear elevation of house plan 1468.

Conceptual House Plan 1468

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Conceptual Design 1468 is an updated version of The Courtney house plan 706. The exterior reflects current styles with a mix of cedar shakes and stone. Asymmetrical dormers and arched garage doors create interest for this narrow design. With a two-car, front entry garage and a narrow footprint under 50′ wide, this design will work well on smaller land lots.

The first floor includes a cozy great room with fireplace and built-in bookshelves. The chef inspired kitchen offers a cook-top island that overlooks the living spaces, a walk-in pantry, and an adjacent dining room. A spacious master suite invites relaxation with a thoughtful master bathroom and a walk-in closet illuminated with natural light. The utility room, powder room and multiple storage closets offer organization and convenience.

Check out the first floor of house plan 1468.

The second floor plan offers three large bedrooms and two full bathrooms. A bonus room is available for future expansion or a home theater/game room.

Check out the second floor plan of house plan 1468.

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16 comments on “House Plan 1468 – Now Available

  1. Michele on

    Are you moving forward to complete this design? We are considering this plan and thinking of making the master bigger – almost in line with the dining space, to close the porch in more. Bumping out the bathroom area and possibly adding another foot along the garage / kitchen / dining side. Upstairs – making a jack & jill bath out of the two bedrooms over the kitchen side. Question – if we do the bonus over the great room, what is the ceiling height of the great room?

  2. Lisa on

    Why do home designers always make closets in the secondary bedrooms so small? I immediately eliminate plans with small closets in secondary bedrooms. Those with daughters know small closets just don’t cut it for them.

  3. Ellen on

    Any idea how long before it will be available for purchase? I met with a local architect two weeks ago to begin drawing a plan but this is the one I really wanted.

    • Echo Jones on

      Hi Ellen, this design is conceptual so we have not completed anything more than the hand-drawn elevations and floor plans that you see on the blog. If you would like to order this design, we can get it added to our schedule for completion. Contact our customer service team for pricing and an estimated completion time – 1-800-388-7580.

  4. Carol on

    I’ve been eying the Courtney because of it’s small design but you did what I was going to and that is expand the dining area by adding a few feet to the width and pushed the utility room to the right. I like the updated exterior but the only problem is, this is too much house now! I’d like to keep it to 2000+. Love what you did!

  5. Louise Vamvounis on

    Elevated bonus
    with views of the back yard, built in bookcase, spacious and private bedrooms, tucked away powder room, walk in pantry, offset dining area, openness yet a sense of a defined kitchen thanks to the columns, a private greatroom not visible from the foyer, and a reasonable ceiling height in great room ( I am so tired of huge ceiling heights )
    Move the porch away from the great room. I live in Michigan in the forest and I feel natural light should not be blocked by a porch.
    Oh… and I would put elevated interior windows along the bonus area/ upper hall to add interest and light.

    Do you have modern craftsman plans for retirement homes? Two bedroom plus den or bonus… ADA compliant…


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