House Plan 1514 | Stunning Curb-Appeal

The Lucinda home plan 1514 is now available!

This intricate modern farmhouse features a striking metal roof adorned with a cupola above the garage and a stunning clerestory cupola at the center of the home. The board-and-batten exterior is highlighted by shutters and wooden brackets on the front porch, which extends the full width of the home and connects to the angled garage. A coat closet is just inside the foyer entry and the dining room is adjoining. The two-story great room features an angled fireplace and opens to a screened porch with skylights. An island and serving bar highlight the kitchen and a breakfast nook and pantry are both within steps. The bedroom/study with an attached full bathroom serves as a guest suite or home office. A privacy hallway with built-in linen closets leads to the spacious master suite with direct access to the screened porch. Two walk-in closets flank the entry to the master bathroom which features a double sink vanity, bathtub, and a walk-in shower. Upstairs, the clerestory cupola brings light into the loft. This lightwell can also be viewed from the open, two-story great room below. A full bathroom is available, along with a bedroom and optional bonus room.

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Compare to the original drawings

Conceptual house plan 1514 is a two-story design with a unique and inviting exterior. 

Conceptual design 1514 is an updated version of The Gloucester house plan 1188. This design features an eye-catching metal roof adorned with a cupola above the garage and a stunning clerestory cupola at the center of the home that brings natural light to the second floor. A board-and-batten exterior is highlighted by shutters and wooden brackets accent the front porch columns. The front porch extends nearly the entire width of the home and bridges to the angled garage.

Front exterior of conceptual house plan 1514.

Rear exterior of conceptual house plan 1514.

Conceptual House Plan 1514

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The foyer entry offers a coat closet and opens directly to a dining room with coffered ceiling. The two-story great room features an angled fireplace and opens to a screened porch. The kitchen enjoys a cook-top island and a breakfast counter opens to a breakfast room surrounded by windows. A utility door is convenient for bringing in groceries and the pantry is nearby to drop dry good while heading to the kitchen.

To the opposite side of the floor plan, a bedroom/study with an adjoining full bathroom serves as a guest suite or home office. The master suite is spacious and offers rear views. Two walk-in closets flank the entry to the master bathroom with a double sink vanity, freestanding bathtub, and a walk-in shower.

First floor of conceptual house plan 1514.

Upstairs, the clerestory cupola brings light into the loft. This striking feature can also be view from the open, two-story great room below. A full bathroom is available, along with a bedroom and optional bonus/bedroom.

Second floor of conceptual house plan 1514.

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20 comments on “House Plan 1514 | Stunning Curb-Appeal

  1. Cyndi holleman on

    Love this plan. Would love to see as a single story plan for those of us downsizing. Also powder room close to kitchen. Hate the corner fireplace though. Would be better centered on the wall perhaps flanked by bookshelves. This would allow for more windows across the back.

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  2. Billie Barton on

    I absolutely love this plan, we are planning on starting our new build late Spring 2020, I will definitely be keeping a look out for this plan when it is available.

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  3. Sonja Thompson on

    I was wondering when you will have this plan completed. I really love this plan and I would love to purchase a study plan.

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  4. Cindie on

    I really like this plan. Wrap porches and separate garages are nice. I always love big windows over sinks. It would be nice to see appx added 3-4′ to the width of the kitchen and laundry room–which would give a bigger pantry (walk-in). Walk-thru laundry rooms are a pain. The master across the house from the kitchen & laundry (noise) is great.
    There’s room to add a private sunroom off the master. Perhaps where a spa could be located later, so a door in the far corner, near the back wall. It would add square footage to the house, but would be worth it.
    Always like the look of a loft above, but it’s terrible if you have kids or teens in the house because the noise & conversations carry & echo from upstairs as well as down.

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  5. Dave McDonald on

    I like the Front Elevation as well as the attached garage, but I would like to have a big walk in pantry with cabinet doors and a Mother in law bedroom on the main floor

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