House Plan 1549 | One-Story Craftsman

House Plan 1549 has been named The Eugene and is now available!

Front rendering of The Eugene house plan 1549.

This simple design features a siding and cedar shake exterior. The gables are adorned with decorative brackets and shutters frame the windows. The front porch is accented with columns and a stone skirts adds character. A front entry garage and a narrower width make this design neighborhood friendly.

Just inside the foyer, a coat closet is available for guests. The dining room is open and defined by columns. The great room features a fireplace and built-in shelves and shares a cathedral ceiling with the kitchen. Rear doors exit to a deck and patio. The kitchen centers around an island and skylights provide overhead light while a window over the sink opens the view. A pantry is nearby for storage and the utility room can be accessed through a barn door to keep messes contained. A sun tunnel brings natural light to the utility room. Storage with built-in shelves can be found in the garage and a built-in seat and linen closet are just inside the garage entry for an easy drop-off zone for coats, bags, and shoes.

The master suite is a true retreat with a cathedral ceiling, two skylights, and direct access to the rear deck. Two walk-in closets and a dual-sink vanity are perfect for couples and a walk-in shower completes the luxurious master bathroom. Two additional bedrooms are to the opposite side of the floor plan and share a bathroom with a double-sink vanity.


First floor of The Eugene house plan 1549.

Compare to the original sketches:

Conceptual house plan 1549 is a one-story design with a split-bedroom layout.

Conceptual Design 1549 has a rustic exterior with cedar shakes that complement siding. The gables are adorned with decorative wooden brackets and shutters frame the windows. Natural columns accentuate the front porch and glass highlights the front door. This design is an update of The Schuyler house plan 766.

Front elevation of conceptual house plan 1549.
Rear elevation of conceptual house plan 1549.

Conceptual House Plan 1549

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Upon entry, the floor plan is open and welcoming. Columns frame a spacious dining room and a cathedral ceiling runs through the great room and island kitchen. A fireplace and built-in bookshelves are available, and a pantry is nearby. For outdoor living, double doors open to a large rear deck.  The garage entry offers a bench with built-in storage and the utility room is accessed through a barn-style door.

The master suite is expansive with its cathedral ceiling and generous rear window. Double doors provide private access to the rear deck and a barn-style door leads to dual walk-in closets. The master bathroom is luxurious with a spa-quality walk-in shower and a double-sink vanity. Across the floor plan, find two additional bedrooms with a shared bathroom and linen closet in between.

First floor of conceptual house plan 1549.

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12 comments on “House Plan 1549 | One-Story Craftsman

  1. Lauren Petersen on

    I would LOVE something very similar to this but with a U shaped stair to basement, a bonus room and a breakfast/dining area between the kitchen and the great room. I know that would increase the size, but do you have anything similar to what I am describing? I have looked and looked and can’t find anything like it.

    • Echo Jones on

      Hi Lauren! Contact our customer service team for assistance with a house plan search – 1-800-388-7580 or [email protected]. You can order any of our designs on a basement foundation and if you need a walkout basement or other modifications, we can help with those changes. I’m not sure if you would like the exterior style, but The Clearlake Plan 1272 has a floor plan similar to what you have described. Contact us for a more detailed house plan search!

  2. Marcie on

    While I like many Don Gardner plans, I do not understand why anyone would want the master on the garage side of their home. To me, the proper placement is on the quieter side, opposite the kitchen, mud room, and garage.

    Once again, another cute DG rendering…which begs the question…why do so many of his cute renderings turn into mediocre builds? Are the renderings out of scale to the actual footprints? Are the builds done cheaply and with fewer details than the renderings? I’ve only seen a couple of builds that do the renderings justice and that’s a huge disappointment! To me, at least!

    Now, for some constructive criticism…while I like the open concept of kitchen/dining/family rooms, a.k.a. “great rooms”, I prefer some separation at the ceiling. I do not like the look of continuous flat ceilings punctuated by can lights! It doesn’t take much…a small drop (beam), supported by columns at each room division goes a long way to defining a space and making each space cozier…even in huge, vaulted, cavernous rooms! While I see that you have done that between the great room and the foyer/dining area, you made the kitchen a part of the great room with no division at all, and that is a problem for me. While I can see what you were going for with this plan, a smaller, more affordable, but cute cottage, I feel as though it was meant more for empty nesters than families and with that in mind, those two tiny bedrooms don’t work. The square footage would be better spent on a den/guest room and a larger laundry/hobby/project room. That’s what this empty nester is looking for! Thanks for listening to my rant ( I could go on and on and on)…it’s fun to re-design your plans!!!

    • Echo Jones on

      Hi Marcie, thank you for your feedback. Our renderings are just artistic representations of how our homes can look. We welcome homeowners and builders to make changes as they see fit to meet their personal style and budget. Modifications can also be made to our floor plans to better fit your needs or desired style.

  3. Janet M Fuhrman on

    Like this plan, especially the master suite. The location of the laundry near the Master is good. Not sure how convenient the dining room would be for everyday use.
    Also really love the front porch.

  4. Janet M Fuhrman on

    Like this plan, especially the master suite. The location of the laundry near the Master is good. Not sure how convenient the dining room would be for everyday use.

  5. Chris on

    Love it some of us divorced parents would like a nice house without looking like everyone else’s I’ve been looking for something around 1600 ft.² and this might just be a winner. I would say it definitely needs a screen porch with outdoor kitchen on the rear and definitely do away with a little bump out in the kitchen. The biggest thing I see is it needs to be a side loading garage with a entry door on the side where the storage room is.


    A nice economical size house. Has a good basic floor plan. Without the option of a bonus room or basement plan, it lacks potential for any expansion or extra storage. In the southeast, a screened/covered porch is a preferred option


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