The Leslie – House Plan 1477

Vertical siding meets metal roof accents to bring modern style to this angled Ranch design. The angled orientation of the master suite creates a private retreat that is surrounded by windows. Couples will enjoy the dual sink vanity, separate walk-in shower and freestanding bathtub, and a spacious walk-in closet. The floor plan is open with an easy flow between the great room, kitchen, and dining room. A drop-zone and pantry offer storage and organization for busy lives. Three additional bedrooms round out this family-friendly design while front and rear porches invite outdoor relaxation.

Check out the front rendering of The Leslie house plan 1477.

2596 sq ft, 4 beds, 3.5 baths

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Check out the first floor of The Leslie house plan 1477.

83’8″ x 69’4″


Check out the bonus room of The Leslie house plan 1477.

Compare to the original sketches:

House Plan on the Drawing Board 1477 is a one-story design with an angled floor plan!

Update! See the rear rendering and revised floor plan below! 

Check out the front elevation of house plan 1477.

Check out the rear elevation of conceptual house plan 1477.

Conceptual House Plan 1477

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Conceptual Design 1477 is an update of The Pennyhill House Plan 294. The modern exterior is a mix of vertical and horizontal siding. A front facing gable, with metal accent roof, is centered above a welcoming front porch. The two-car garage angles out for easy entry.

The great room features a coffered ceiling, fireplace, built-in shelves and French doors that open to a rear porch. An island centers the kitchen and offers additional seating for casual meals. The dining room enjoys rear view through a bay window.

The master suite is privately angled and features a stunning bathroom with a dual sink vanity, walk-in shower and soaking bathtub. The over-sized closet offers built-in drawers for easy organization. Two additional bedrooms and an option bedroom/study are available, along with two full bathroom.

The garage can be accessed from a rear-entry door and provides two storage closets. A drop zone and closet are available for coats, bags, keys, and shoes and the utility room and pantry are nearby. A small porch is only steps away to access the backyard.

Check out the first floor of conceptual house plan 1477.

Upstairs, find a massive bonus room. This space is perfect for a media/game room or future expansion. Dormer windows flood this space with natural light.

Check out the bonus room of house plan 1477.


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54 comments on “HOUSE PLAN 1477 – NOW AVAILABLE

  1. Jane Sherman on

    Absolutely love this floor plan, I love the bathroom off the study/bedroom, it would be perfect for guests!! Please let me know if/when this plan becomes available. We would also need access to the basement, where would stairs be placed for those of us who would have a basement? Perfect house, thank you!

    • Echo Jones on

      Hi, Jane! Yes, this design is in progress for completion and should be ready this year. We haven’t designed a basement layout for this plan yet, but we typically put the basement stairs near the bonus stairs, when possible. We may have to move the garage around a bit in this plan for that to work.

      • Jane Sherman on

        Thank you, I appreciate your design and will hopefully be getting in touch with you to purchase these plans, but first we may be asking you to do some modifications such as making one large room from the 2 bedrooms on the left side of house (one large exercise room w attached office at the corner bottom left), this plan will be going on wooded property so we want lots of windows from those areas and enlarging the pantry a bit..and of course those much needed basement stairs, we don’t need the bonus room above the garage, but will need a partial walkout with smallish finished basement with in law suite (kitchenette, bedroom, bathroom w lg walk in shower (no tub), living area). We may think of a few more things, screened in porch and hearth room off of dining room. Are you able to do these modifications for us? Thanks, Jane

  2. Clemence Nadeau on

    Absolutely love the plan as I am looking for a farmhouse style one level home. But agree with a few folks that the bathroom off the study can be eliminated. Perhaps the space can be used for a workbench / storage off the garage. And I also would like to see this style/version in less square footage. I am in the process of purchasing land and selling my current home to my daughter. I’ve lived in my current home for 40 years. Looking for my next home to retire in (year round). I have a large extended family and will continue to entertain, but the home may be a bit too big. Eliminating stairs, attached garage, space for possible future walkers/wheel chairs, large shower, are all important features for retiring folks. Also like the angled garage for easy access.

  3. Cindy on

    Love the floor plan, but would love it to be around 2,000’ sqft. Also is it possible to drop the back bedroom and make that part of the back porch?

  4. Catherine on

    I love the exterior look to this plan. The angled garage is fantastic. I agree that the utility room should have a door to the outside. I really like many of your designs, but the one thing I keep wishing to see in more of your designs is a kitchen placed on an outside wall so that there is a window in it. It is classic, and would suite the farmhouse style of this design in particular.

  5. Ginny on

    I do love this, and wonder if the angled garage would allow us to fit the home more easily on a lot we bought that is not quite wide enough for a side car garage. What is the width of this plan vs. the original non-angled plan?

  6. DL Siebert on

    I appreciate the opportunity to offer feedback. We’ve designed 3 homes; my husband is an architect, my daughter is an architect, and we just love houses. For me, myself, a custom house should not:

    *have a bathroom with a door that opens directly onto a toilet. If the bathroom door is open when unoccupied, I don’t want to see a toilet in full view as I walk by. In that vein, we designed our bathrooms so toilets are hidden by pony walls or out of view. The doors open towards a vanity or other feature.

    *I will never have a master closet, or any closet, that is open into the bathroom. Steam and humidity will not be a friend there.

    *I will always need a utility room with a door directly to the outside. We keep our dog kennel in the laundry, and also when we let the dog out, the laundry door into the main house is closed and she can be wiped down and cleaned up before heading out into the rest of the house (bad weather usually, although sometimes she digs and has dirty paws).

    Thanks for letting me offer my view.

  7. Melinda Ferguson on

    Love this plan!! Would like to see a smaller version @2000 sq.ft.
    We are building soon, and this is just what we want, just a little smaller!

  8. Karen Freeman on

    I too love it. Would lose the bath off study. And somehow incorporate that space as a large walkin butler/ pantry off the kitchen. Building in 2019. Keeping under 2500. 3 car garage with one being gold cart. Opening angled in front. Our house is on a mountain back ovet looks bluff. Want to build as close too edge as possible. Love your designs visit your website often.

  9. Lance on

    I’d like to see this as a two-story house with all bedrooms upstairs except for the master bedroom (which would stay on the main floor). I like the angles.

  10. Nancy Rogerson on

    I LOVE IT!! When will it be available? We are looking to build in 2018. Changes I would want
    1- no bath off study
    2- 1/2 bath in hall off small backporch. ( for people coming in wet from pool)
    3- separate sinks in Master, one with kneespace for vanity.
    4- keep it 2500 or less.

  11. Henry Phillips on

    I really like this plan, but I would like to see you add a daylight basement option, with stairs and elevator.

    Thanks to you, Henry

  12. Mike on

    I think the elevations are spot on with the market moving towards the modern farm house style, however our latest clients have been asking for a more open floor plans with unobstructed views from front to back in the main living areas much like the layouts in plans # 1427 and #1429. The configuration of the bedrooms in this new plan is also a winner, overall Nice Job!!

  13. Sarah on

    I like the layout of this plan a lot. One change though, I’d move the kitchen sink to where the stove is and move the stove next to the oven so the island is free and open.


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