House Plan 1500 | Two-Story Craftsman

House Plan 1500 has been named The Agatha and is now available

Front rendering of The Agatha house plan 1500.

2458 sq ft, 4 beds, 3 baths

The Agatha House Plan 1500

With a front-entry garage and a slim width, this two-story design is ideal for a narrow lot. Arched garage doors add character while a mix of stone, shakes and siding bring dimension to the exterior. Inside, luxury features abound with a drop zone, butler’s pantry and a large storage pantry. Skylights top the rear porch and the master bedroom and bathroom to flood these spaces with natural light. The first floor creates an easy flow between the island kitchen, dining room and great room. The master suite and a bedroom/study are downstairs while two bedrooms and a bonus room complete the second floor.

First floor of The Agatha house plan 1500.

Second floor of The Agatha house plan 1500.

Compare to the original sketches:

House Plan on the Drawing Board 1500 is a two-story home plan with the master bedroom downstairs!

Check out the front elevation of conceptual house plan 1500.

Check out the rear elevation of conceptual house plan 1500.

Conceptual House Plan 1500

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Conceptual house plan 1500 is a two-story version of The Marley plan 1285 floor plan. The exterior is cedar shakes and siding with a metal accent roof over the front porch. The front-entry garage is accented with stone and vertical boards highlight multiple gables.

Front entry double-doors open to the foyer with an adjacent bedroom/study that features two entries and a nearby walk-in closet and full bathroom. The great room is topped with a coffered ceiling that frames the fireplace. Step out to a rear porch with an array of skylights. The kitchen centers around an island with prep-sink and overlooks the spacious single dining space with a tray ceiling.

The service area of the floor plan is multi-functional, with a drop zone, coat closet, utility room, butler’s pantry and a walk-in storage pantry.

The master bedroom enjoys a vaulted ceiling with two skylights. Dual closets flank the entry to the master bathroom with a freestanding bathtub and a skylight overhead. Dual sinks and a walk-in shower complete this luxury space.

Check out the first floor of conceptual house plan 1500.

This design is all about natural light, with even more skylights on the second floor and a dormer window over the staircase. Find two bedrooms, a bathroom with a dual-sink vanity, and an optional bonus room. Built-in shelves and a linen closet provide storage and organization.

Check out the second floor of conceptual house plan 1500.

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21 comments on “House Plan 1500 | Two-Story Craftsman

  1. Mandi on

    I would flip 5e stairway to we’re the bedroom study is and expand laundry room, mudroom and dropzone.
    Kitchen is too small

  2. Laurel Ray on

    This is a cute house with an efficient use of space but just feels as if too much is crammed into the first floor. I agree with other comments about moving dining room farther back and making kitchen larger. Also the laundry room and master shower could be larger. Perhaps bring porch and study forward then place laundry room where the walk in closet and second entrance to study are now. Then add smaller closet into the study.

  3. Carol on

    Love the house but to square up the foundation I’d make the master 14×15 instead. The kitchen does need expanding perhaps by ridding the butlers pantry and putting either the fridge or moving over the sink and DW.

  4. Terri S on

    I really like this plan. Nice detail. I agree with Lynn’s comment – make kitchen larger and rotate island. I would also like to see the main portion of the master bedroom slightly larger.

  5. Lynn Gordon on

    Kitchen is very small. Pull back the dining room to enlarge the kitchen and turn the island around to face the Great room


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