The Alice – House Plan 1494

This neighborhood-friendly design features a modern farmhouse exterior and a narrow footprint. The gourmet kitchen is designed around a cook-top island, features an adjacent pantry, enjoys double ovens, and has a window over the sink. The master suite is downstairs with a bedroom/study and two additional bedrooms are upstairs with a Jack-and-Jill bathroom. An optional rec room and bathroom provide additional living space and a bonus room with walk-in closet makes a perfect guest suite.

Check out the front rendering of The Alice house plan 1494.

2522 sq ft, 4 beds, 3.5 baths

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Check out the first floor of The Alice house plan 1494.

46’0″ x 64’0″

Check out the second floor of The Alice house plan 1494.

Compare to the original sketches:

House Plan on the Drawing Board 1494 is a two-story Urban Farmhouse with a compact footprint!

Check out the front elevation of conceptual house plan 1494.

Check out the rear elevation of conceptual house plan 1494.

Conceptual House Plan 1494

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Conceptual house plan 1494 is an Urban Farmhouse design suitable for a narrow lot with a width less than 50′. A board-and-batten exterior is complemented by metal roof accents and decorative wooden brackets.

The foyer offers multiple closets for storage and a powder room is available for guests. The great room is inviting with a fireplace and a 10′ coffered ceiling while French doors open to a cozy rear porch. The kitchen is thoughtful with a cook-top island that faces the great room. Bar seating is available for a snack and drinks while the dining room serves family meals. Find dedication storage and organization spaces with a pantry, drop zone, and a utility room just inside the garage entry.

The master bedroom is breathtaking with a dramatic tray ceiling with a coffered ceiling inset. Double sliding doors open to the luxurious master bathroom with a freestanding bathtub, walk-in shower and a double sink vanity. A spacious walk-in closet completes the master suite. The bedroom/study offers flexible space with a private bathroom and a closet.

Check out the first floor of conceptual house plan 1494.

A second floor balcony overlooks the foyer below while two upstairs bedrooms share a Jack-and-Jill bathroom. Optional spaces include a bonus room with a walk-in closet, a full bathroom with a laundry chute, and a rec room for lounging or entertainment.

Check out the second floor of conceptual house plan 1494.

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32 comments on “HOUSE PLAN 1494 – NOW AVAILABLE

  1. Lisa H on

    This floor plan is amazing! It has tons of character. The porch should extend across the study in the front. Extra bonus if it would wrap around the study on the side of the house with a door replacing the side window of the study. This change could give this home a wider appearance. If anyone is looking for a 3rd car garage, create a breezeway from the laundry room to the garage. Love everything about this home except cooktop on the island. Stove would have to be moved. Sinks must have a window so it couldn’t be swapped with the stove. This is a perfect home plan.

  2. Byron on

    Scratch the powder room to extend Master closet and relocate guest shower to exterior wall. Make guest bath accessible from hall and bedroom.

  3. Joyce McClain on

    I like this plan. I do not think there is too much wasted space in the foyer. As a builder, I would be interested in this plan and would also like to omit the 2nd coat closet and access the full bath from the hallway. Then omit the powder room to increase the master closet. Nice kitchen – I like that there are no corners (U-shapes, L-shapes, etc.) and good spot for pantry. Laundry is large enough and nice drop zone. Upstairs, I like the Jack & Jill bath. I don’t think accessing it from the hallway and omitting the the other bath is necessary. I believe a house this large needs the other bath.

  4. Sara on

    Love this plan, but a few things I would change:
    1. Flip bathroom at the study so ot can be accessed from the foyer, then delete the powder room to expand the master closet.
    2. Deepen the closet under the stairs, there is a lot of usable space left.
    3. Add built-in drawers under the landing accessable from the garage entrance side.

    One thing I am looking for is a large utility room off of the kitchen and garage that can serve as a craft/hobby studio, with or without the laundry included. This plan has a lot of potential for creating that, but it would increase the SF and I am looking for something a little smaller. However, I am really encouraged by what I see!

  5. Merf B on

    This is a great floor plan. I have been looking at plans for 3 years and this is the closest to what we’ve been looking for that I have come across.
    I noticed that this is a smaller version of plan 1493. I wish there was something in between square footage wise and with the option of the larger exterior style, though this modern farmhouse exterior is great too.
    Things I would modify – 1) Mudroom area when you enter from garage with lockers and potentially a closet. 2) expand laundry room. 3) Expand kitchen side of house to accommodate mud/laundry additions 4) Take out full bath off study, use space to expand master closet. 5) Take out study closet and do a barn door entrance. 6) Add basement. 7) Change jack and jill bath upstairs to one accessible from landing – so that future bonus rooms could use that bath and not add an additional bath.

  6. Bridget B. on

    Love the plan – pantry directly off kitchen, closets in entry, dining area that is off to the side a bit, but still open to the other spaces, and a side loading garage. My personal dislikes are wasted space in the foyer, would need a utility area large enough to have a couple dog crates, and a pet peeve is the master closet that you can only enter by going through the bath (that’s just me.)

    What we are looking for, and can’t seem to find, is a plan that is one story with master, additional bed/study, and then a SEPARATE guest house or one that is semi-detached. A plan that “hugs” the ground, is open, takes advantage of southern light, and offers the flexibility of aging-in-place.

    Thanks for your time! (Love that we can leave feedback.)


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