House Plan 1487 | Narrow Two-Story

House Plan 1487 has been named The Lupine and is now in progress!

This house plan has been selected for completion and will be available for purchase soon. See how the original sketches compare to the design in progress, and leave your comments at the bottom of the page!

Front rendering of The Lupine house plan 1487.

Stone and cedar shakes meet board-and-batten in this narrow two-story design. Multiple gables draw the eye upward and metal accents adorn the roof. Arched garage bays are mirrored by arched windows for a unified facade. A spacious kitchen island is completely open to the great room and a sitting room and dining room adjoin. Skylights top the master bedroom and the master closet has direct access to the utility room. The pantry is accessible from the garage, no more carting dry-good groceries through the house. A flexible bedroom/study is downstairs and two additional bedrooms are upstairs with a rec room and bonus room.

First floor of The Lupine house plan 1487.

Second floor of The Lupine house plan 1487.

Compare to the original sketches:

House Plan on the Drawing Board 1487 is a neighborhood friendly design with a narrow width!

Front elevation of conceptual house plan 1487.

Rear elevation of conceptual house plan 1487.

Conceptual House Plan 1487

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Conceptual house plan 1487 is a neighborhood friendly design with a front entry garage and a narrow width of 50′. The eye-catching exterior includes a triple-layer gable clad in board-and-batten and cedar shake accents. The front entry garage features arched garage bays and the front porch is topped with a metal accent roof while dormers add even more dimension to the exterior.

French doors open to the foyer and another set of French doors leads to a study/bedroom with a walk-in closet and full bathroom. The great room offers a coffered ceiling and a fireplace while a sitting room to the rear is perfect for private conversations or a cozy reading nook. When the weather is nice, step outside to the wrap-around porch.

The open kitchen enjoys an island with a raised bar and separate work stations make it easy for multiple cooks.  The dining room is glamorous with a uniquely designed tray ceiling with a coffered ceiling inset. The pantry can be accessed from the garage as well as the entry hallway, making it easy to drop off dry goods after a grocery shopping trip before making your way to the refrigerator, which is just around the corner! The mud hall offers a half-bath and a drop zone for shoes, bags, coats, keys, and anything else that you don’t want to clutter your living spaces.

A vestibule with a linen closet creates a private entry to the master suite. A step ceiling tops the master bedroom and angled French doors access the opulent master bathroom with separate vanities, a freestanding bathtub and a spacious walk-in shower. Separate walk-in closets lead directly to the utility room, simplifying laundry for the owner. A hall door also accesses the utility room for other household members.

First floor of conceptual house plan 1487.

Two bedrooms are upstairs, each with a walk-in closet and access to a full bathroom. The hallway offers a storage closet and built-in shelves to display books and art. The bonus room is spacious with a dormer nook and a walk-in closet. The optional rec/media room features a built-in wet bar for convenience while playing games or watching movies.

Second floor of conceptual house plan 1487.

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12 comments on “House Plan 1487 | Narrow Two-Story

  1. Shelly on

    This is what I want!! I would take off the full bath and closet for 2nd bedroom on 1st floor, only need a study. How wide would it make the house then? I dont need the additional bathroom on the second floor either.

    • Echo Jones on

      Hi Shelly! Since this is a conceptual design, I don’t have exact dimensions, but I would estimate that bathroom/closet to be about 5 to 6 feet wide. Removing it and the bathroom/closet above would make the overall width about 44 to 45 feet wide. Keep in mind, this will also change the front facade as well as the rear porch. If you would like more information about ordering and modifying a conceptual design, please contact us at 1-800-388-7580.

        • Echo Jones on

          Hi Shelly! Since this is a conceptual design, the only details that have been created for this plan are shown on the floor plan. I would assume that since it is a continuation of the great room, the ceiling of the sitting area would have the same ceiling height as the great room. If this plan is chosen for completion, we will be able to provide more accurate details.

  2. J.A. on

    This is great. I really liked the Hedlund but didn’t like the two story family room. The media room addition is fantastic and solves that. Only things still on my wish list:
    third floor, garage doors on the side, windows that face the back for the back second floor bedroom, area for lockers in mudroom. The final incredible addition would be a small pocket office that can be closed off near the kitchen . This would be great to put the family computer and for kids to do nightly homework. The WSJ did a story about how that is a new-must have feature in homes. Allows you to monitor computer usage and have an area that is distraction free (better than bedrooms). Love your designs. Thanks and super work!

  3. John J Holahan on

    I really like this plan, great space separated by ceiling designs yet open. I too wondered about the pantry but it is convenient for quickly stowing supplies.
    I like the accessibility of the laundry area from either space.
    Good curb appeal, the changes from plan #1484 adding additional gable, arched garage doors and some cladding choices did the trick.

  4. Charlotte on

    I love that the kitchen, dining, and great rooms are all open to each other! I have had a difficult time finding an open concept like this in a two story house. When will this plan be available for purchase? Also, do you have any plans currently available for purchase with a similar layout?

  5. Liz on

    Great sized bedrooms. I am always a fan of open Great rooms so I would remove the Rec. room on the second floor. The pantry is too far removed from the kitchen. I would probably put it where “his” closet is. Push the laundry room down and extend the master closet.


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