The Goldmoss – House Plan 1481

Multiple gables highlight the roofline of this one-story design. A welcoming front porch provides entry to an efficient floor plan with the dining room flowing into the island kitchen and great room. Double doors access a rear porch with outdoor storage. A private hallway leads to the master suite with skylights adorning the tray ceiling and sun tunnels bringing natural light to the closets. To the opposite side of the home, two bedrooms share a bathroom with a dual sink vanity. The garage enters the home via a mud room and a drop zone designates space for coats, bags and shoes. The pantry is convenient for dropping groceries on the way to the kitchen and the utility room has a laundry sink and built-in cabinetry. A bonus room provides abundant storage or additional living square footage to meet the needs of the homeowner.

Check out the front rendering of The Goldmoss house plan 1481.

2053 sq ft, 3 beds, 2 baths

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Check out the first floor of The Goldmoss house plan 1481.

57’2″ x 62’4″

Check out the bonus room of The Goldmoss house plan 1481.

Compare to the original sketches:

House Plan on the Drawing Board 1481 is a Ranch design with a split-bedroom layout!

Update – Rear Elevation Added! 

Check out the front elevation for house plan 1481.

Check out the rear elevation for house plan 1481.

Conceptual House Plan 1481

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Conceptual design 1481 is a updated version of The Oakway house plan 968. The exterior is a mix of siding with stone-and-shake accents. This design works well on a narrower lot, with front-facing garage bays and a width of only 57 feet.

The garage offers a large storage closet and just inside, a drop zone is available for dropping bags, coats, and shoes. A walk-in pantry is near the service entry to drop off dry goods while carrying in groceries. The spacious L-shaped kitchen has plenty of cabinet space with an island housing the sink and dishwasher. Bar seating is available at the island while a dining room with buffet niche is just steps away. The great room features a vaulted ceiling and at the center is a fireplace with built-in bookshelves on each side. A covered porch to the rear offers an additional storage closet.

The bedrooms are separated for privacy. The master suite is a quiet retreat at the rear of the home, with dual walk-in closets and a well-appointed master bathroom. Two additional bedrooms are generously sized and share a full bathroom with a double-sink vanity.

Check out the first floor of house plan 1481.

A spacious bonus room above the garage meets the homeowners need for additional storage, a space for hobbies, or a media room.

Check out the bonus room of house plan 1481.

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16 comments on “HOUSE PLAN 1481 – NOW AVAILABLE

  1. Tabitha on

    I love this plan, however to make it even better as a retirment home (for us) I would like to suggest a few changes. I would replace the drop zone with 1/2 bath. I would also rearrange the master bath to create a opening to laundry room. I would put inclosed toilet where bath tub is then I would move shower down, allowing the opening to laundry room. In laundry room move W/D to the far wall and open the wall for a door to pantry. TADA!!! We will call it The Perryman! LOL just a suggestion!

  2. Carol on

    I love this plan too. The only thing I would do besides the bathroom door suggested above is to put a closet off the garage. Either replace the drop zone with one or if there is room to cut into the dining room a little, put a closet where the storage is. I would do it on both sides so you have a closet in the garage too.

  3. Kate on

    We are looking for our retirement plan and this is excellent. I agree a side load garage would be preferable though this would work on a smaller lot. I would remove the garage storage to make the master bath larger; perhaps a longer vanity divided with a countertop cabinet. I would also remove the outside storage in the back to make a grilling porch. Love the pantry and drop zone!

  4. Robert on

    This is a nice design. I had the same thought as CM regarding the family bathroom. Perhaps replace bathtub with a walk-in shower and eliminate the hall closet. I’d like to explore this design further with some modifications. Instead of a front loading garage, change it to a side load like conceptual design 1439. Also replace exterior storage in the rear porch with outdoor kitchen/grill and add outdoor fireplace at the other end of the porch. I also like the elevation of 1439.

  5. CM Coleman on

    This is a great plan. The only change I would make is switching the family bathroom around. Reverse it so that from the dining room you see the linen closet and the wall blocks the view into the bathroom.


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