This modern cottage mixes Craftsman elements for a warm and welcoming facade. A front-entry garage and narrow width makes this plan a versatile choice for countless lot sizes. The foyer entry offers a coat closet and opens directly into the great room. Windows frame the fireplace and a vaulted ceiling adds vertical space while a clerestory window brings in even more light and double doors open to a rear porch. The kitchen features a bar counter that looks out to the great room and the U-shape counter overlooks the dining room. A niche and bay window highlight this spacious dining area.
This one-story modern farmhouse design is instantly appealing with an angled garage and rustic gable brackets. Inside, the floor plan is thoughtfully arranged with a cathedral ceiling adding visual space to the island kitchen and great room and an open dining room for family meals. A pantry and utility room are nearby, and a mud room is just inside the garage entry. The master suite enjoys access to the rear porch and a sun tunnel brings natural light into the master closet. Two additional bedrooms are downstairs, and a bonus room is upstairs for expansion as needed.
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The Bluestone home plan packs four bedrooms and loads of style into a modest footprint. With an open and efficient arrangement of the great room, kitchen, and dining areas, a deluxe master suite well separated from the secondary bedrooms, optional office/study or 4th bedroom, huge laundry room, roomy screen porch with fireplace, skylit porch flooding the interior with natural light, and enormous bonus room over the garage, the Bluestone home plan lives much larger than its square footage, and is the ideal family home plan.