Conceptual House Plan 1507 | Two-Story Craftsman

House Plan on the Drawing Board 1507 is a two-story Craftsman design for a narrow lot.

Front elevation of conceptual house plan 1507.

Rear elevation of conceptual house plan 1507.

Conceptual House Plan 1507

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Conceptual house plan 1507 is an update of The Lochmere plan 773. The exterior is a mix of siding and cedar shakes and a large shed dormer is above the front porch. This design works well on a narrow lot with a front entry garage and a width of 49 feet.

The great room in this house plan has a vaulted ceiling and clerestory windows bring in natural light while a rear porch takes living outdoors. The kitchen is open with an island that overlooks the dining room and a large pantry is nearby. The garage enters the home through a mudroom and a drop zone is available for dropping bags, coats, and shoes. The utility room offers built-in cabinetry and a laundry sink. A bedroom/study and full bathroom are available and across the home is the master suite. A vaulted ceiling tops the master bedroom and a pocket door opens to the master bathroom with a freestanding bathtub, walk-in shower, and dual sink vanity. A large walk-in closet has a window to bring-in lots of natural lighting.

Upstairs, find two bedrooms with a full bathroom. Plus, a bonus room provides optional square footage for storage or recreation.

First floor of conceptual house plan 1507.

Second floor of conceptual house plan 1507.

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6 comments on “Conceptual House Plan 1507 | Two-Story Craftsman

  1. Frank on

    I love the design and the floor plan with one very important exception: The garage needs to be a side entry or rear-entry. The vision of the front of the house is “all garage”. That is just….plain….ugly. Everything else is wonderful.

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    • Echo Jones on

      Thank you, Frank. This design could become a side entry, if preferred. A front entry garage if often necessary for an extremely narrow lot where there isn’t space for a driveway to the side.

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  2. Carol on

    This is the perfect house. Downstairs master and study, upstairs for guests. I hope I get to build this someday for retirement.

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  3. Julie Gill on

    I love all your plans but I wish you would design more plans that have the great room in the front of the house with a rear entry garage to take advantage of lake views from the front of the house. I love two story plans about 1800-2000 square feet with a main floor master and two bedrooms upstairs in which one of the bedrooms also has a great view from the front of the house. Really don’t need anymore than 2 1/2 baths. Thanks so much!

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