Conceptual house plan 1552 is a narrow cottage with a modest floor plan!
Would you rather have a separate bathtub and walk-in shower in the master bathroom or would you trade the bathtub for a larger walk-in shower? Check out the floor plan below and let us know what you think!
Update: The majority voted for a larger walk-in shower!
Conceptual Design 1552 is a narrow cottage with a charming façade. This house plan is neighborhood friendly with a slim footprint and a front entry garage. Twin dormers adorn the roof and shutters frame the window above the garage. The welcoming front porch is flanked by tapered columns. A simple siding exterior is elevated by metal roof accents and an exposed stone chimney.
Conceptual House Plan 1552
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The foyer and the garage share an entryway and enjoy a vestibule with a coat closet. An arched opening leads into the spacious dining room and a large front-facing window ushers in natural light. Arches are continued into the kitchen and an island sits at the center with space for bar chairs. A pantry and utility room are just steps away. The great room fireplace is recessed, leaving more useable space while a cathedral ceiling and dormer window visually expand the room. A rear porch is accessed through double doors and takes living outside.
Two equally sized secondary bedrooms each have a walk-in closet and share a bathroom with a dual-sink vanity. A linen closet provides storage. The master suite is luxurious with a cathedral ceiling, access to the rear porch, and a wall of windows to showcase a view. The master bathroom offers two configurations. The first has a freestanding bathtub and dual sink vanity with a pocket door leading to a water closet with a walk-in shower. The second configuration trades the bathtub for a massive walk-in shower.
Upstairs, find an optional bonus room with a full bathroom. This space can serve as a full-time bedroom, a guest suite or a media room.
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