House Plan 1502 | Thoughtful One-Story

The Dawson home plan 1502 is now available!

This modern farmhouse is instantly appealing with a metal accent roof, board-and-batten siding, and simple gable brackets. A spacious front porch leads to a welcoming entry through double doors while an open design creates an easy flow in the living spaces. The gourmet kitchen enjoys a center island and built-in corner pantry. A convenient drop zone is just inside the garage entry for bags, coats, and shoes. Natural light is a key element throughout this design, with large windows in every bedroom, a sun-tunnel in the master closet, and skylights in the dining room and screened porch.

Front elevation of The Dawson home plan 1502.

Front elevation of The Dawson home plan 1502.



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First floor of The Dawson house plan 1502.

Bonus room of The Dawson house plan 1502.

Compare to the original sketches! 

Conceptual house plan 1502 is a one-story design with optional bonus room square footage upstairs. 

Conceptual Design 1502 is an updated version of The Tanner house plan 1418. This design features a mix of horizontal and vertical siding. The gables are accented with decorative wooden brackets and a metal roof tops the front porch. A front entry garage simplifies the driveway entry.

Front elevation of Conceptual house plan 1502.

Rear elevation of conceptual house plan 1502.

Conceptual House Plan 1502

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Double doors create a grand entry into the foyer and a coat closet is around the corner for guests. A coffered ceiling and fireplace create a cozy environment in the great room and a second set of double doors that line up with the foyer takes living outdoors to a screened porch with a cathedral ceiling and skylights. The kitchen centers around a spacious island and a pantry is available. A window above the sink provides front views. The generous dining room offers ample space for a sizable dining table.

The large master bedroom enjoys a step tray ceiling and access to an enormous walk-in closet and a bathroom with a double sink vanity, a walk-in shower, and a freestanding bathtub with a skylight above. To the opposite side of the floor plan, find two additional bedrooms and a shared bathroom with a dual-sink vanity and linen closet.

The utility room is just inside the garage entry and a vestibule with built-in cubbies provides a designated drop-zone for coats, bags, shoes, and keys. An optional bonus room is upstairs with a full bathroom. Save this space for a future expansion or create a guest or rental bedroom.

First floor of conceptual house plan 1502.

Bonus room of conceptual house plan 1502.

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26 comments on “House Plan 1502 | Thoughtful One-Story

  1. ROBERT BANDFIELD on

    Love this! We want a walkout under the side with the master bedroom and a bathroom in the basement. A few minor changes to master bathroom configuration. Is this possible without changing the footprint? want to move quickly on design so please let us know who to contact for further discussions

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    • Echo Jones on

      Hi Robert! We would be happy to help you modify this plan! To get started, submit our online modification request form and a designer will get back to you within 2-4 business days with a quote and a time frame for completion. A designer will be assigned to your project that you can work with directly. If you have any questions about this process, feel free to give us a call at 1-800-388-7580.

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  2. Andrea Smith on

    I love this plan! Do you have a basement stair option? Also would love a side-entrance garage on this home, if possible.
    Now I may be choosing between this plan and the Ferris. Great work!

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  3. Mckenzie on

    Hi! I love this floorplan! Would it be possible to make it a little smaller (1700 sq ft) the bedrooms and dining room and add stairs for an unfinished daylight/walkout basement? I would also like to turn the screened porch into a covered deck. Are these changes that are possible or is that changing too much?

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    • Echo Jones on

      Hi Mckenzie! It is very likely that all of the changes that you mentioned can be done. If you would like to work with our designers and get a quote, you can start with our modification request form. Please be aware that since this design is still in progress, it may take longer to receive your plans. Contact us for more information or an estimated completion date – 1-800-388-7580.

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  4. Charlotte on

    Finally – a home less than 2000 square feet that has bedrooms large enough for queen, not twin, beds! Even though we’re empty-nesters, we need queen-sized bedrooms for when our kids visit with their families. The single large dining area is a plus too. A linen closet IN the bathroom is always a plus!!!

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  5. Betsy Simpson on

    Such a practical design. I’d like to suggest eliminating the soaker tub in the Master bath, then somehow reconfiguring that garage entry so it has a coat closet instead of cubbies.

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    • Echo Jones on

      Hi Casey, we are currently gathering feedback on this design to determine if it will be completed. If you are interested in ordering, you can contact our customer service team for pricing and a time frame for completion. If we receive an order, it will automatically get added to our schedule! If you need something that is readily available, check out The Tanner Plan 1418 which is very similar and can be modified.

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  6. gayle Eaker on

    Like the layout but not the different siding. Looks chopped up. Partial to simplicity or understated elegance (usage of arches and windows)

    Would love to see anything that you have around 2000 sq ft that has a separate family room attached to a back yard area for dog. Possible sliding doors that separate. I don’t like dog access to kitchen/dining/living/master area

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