This house plan has been selected for completion and will be available for purchase soon. See how the original sketches compare to the design in progress, and leave your comments at the bottom of the page!
2607 sq ft, 4 beds, 3.5 baths
This narrow cottage, with front-entry garage, opens to a surprisingly spacious floor plan. A cooktop island overlooks the great room for easy entertaining. The pantry and utility room provide convenience while skylights filter nature light onto the rear porch. The master bedroom features a freestanding bathtub, dual sink vanity and a walk-in shower. A window bring light into the oversized master closet. Three large bedrooms are upstairs with two full bathrooms. Adjoining hall closets offer storage and the bonus room is an ideal common space for games or movies.
This urban farmhouse creates an eye-catching composition with a combination of vertical and horizontal siding and an arched portico with large double doors and a Palladian window above to bring natural light to the foyer. An open floor plan seamlessly blends the great room, dining room, and island kitchen. Luxury features include a spacious utility room, three garage bays, and a screened porch with a fireplace and grill. A full bathroom accompanies each bedroom including the bedroom/study.
House Plan on the Drawing Board 1503 is a two-story design for a narrow lot.
2089 sq ft, 3 beds, 2.5 baths
45’4″ x 58’4″
Conceptual House Plan 1503
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Conceptual Design 1503 is an updated version of The Courtney house plan 706. The exterior is modern with a mix of vertical and horizontal siding. Multiple gables and a metal accent roof create interest for this compact design. With a two-car, front entry garage and a narrow width, this design will work well on smaller land lots.
Your builder will be the most important person helping to make your dream home a reality. This is a relationship that will last for months (if not longer), so it’s crucially important to find the right fit. But where should you start?
I spoke with two people who were kind enough to share their time and insights: Echo Jones, 31, Sales & Marketing Assistant at Donald A. Gardner Architects, Inc., who (together with her husband) is in the process of building a new home and her home builder Todd Usher, who is also president of Addison Homes (addison-homes.com), a home building company located in Greenville, South Carolina.
The modern farmhouse style borrows from the rustic, contemporary and industrial trends to create a living space that’s chic and homey. The modern farmhouse look can add authenticity and personality to new floor plans. If you’re thinking of modern farmhouse open floor plans, find out how interior and exterior farmhouse touches can perfect the look of your new construction home.
Updated farmhouses tend to stick to a plain color palette outside. Think natural wood, bright white and deep blacks. Farmhouses tend to have board and batten or lap siding over shingles or shakes. By keeping the exterior of the house simple, you can highlight the shape and architectural features of the home.