Conceptual house plan 1557 is a modest 1950 sq ft, three-bedroom, three-bathroom, one-story design.
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Conceptual Design 1557 is a one-story version of The Vandenberg house plan 746-D, with a smaller floor plan. The exterior showcases rustic style with a mix of cedar shakes and stone that complement the siding. Wooden brackets adorn the gables and columns accent the front porch.
Cedar shakes mix with siding and stone to create a richly textural Craftsman exterior. This floor plan is ideal for large or growing families with open living spaces making it easy to be together. The master suite and a bedroom/study are downstairs while three large bedrooms with walk-in closets are upstairs. A second-floor pocket office is a great space for children to complete homework or projects and a bonus room provides additional square footage for recreation or storage.
Conceptual house plan 1522 is a two-story design overflowing with curb-appeal!
Updated Floor plans!
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House plan 1522 is an updated version of The Butler Ridge design 1320-D with an upper level instead of a walkout basement. This design is overflowing with curb-appeal with a cedar shake exterior accented with stone and board-and-batten. Decorative wooden brackets highlight the gable peaks while shutters frame the arched windows. The front porch enjoys an arched entry and is topped with a metal roof. The angled, courtyard-entry garage is enhanced by a bay window and multiple gables.
This Craftsman exterior is highlighted with multiple front-facing gables and accented by arched windows. Front porch arches mirror the windows and columns provide definition. The front porch leads into a spacious foyer with coat closet and nearby, the study offers a full closet and adjacent bathroom. The two-story great room welcomes rear views and a fireplace and built-ins are instantly welcoming. A coffered ceiling tops the dining room and a column creates distinction from the open kitchen. A central island with sink simplifies meal prep and an over-sized walk-in pantry is just steps away. A multi-functional utility room and mudroom, with seating area and storage closet, provide much needed organization for busy households. After gardening or yard work, a side entry porch allows entry directly to the mudroom for easy cleanup. Completing the first floor is an opulent master suite with sitting room, dual walk-in closets, and a luxury bathroom. Rear porches, including a screened porch with fireplace and summer kitchen, bring the joy of indoor entertaining to the outdoors. Two sets of stairs provide access to the second floor. The open great room is visible from the balcony above offering a loft with desk and built-in shelves. Two bedrooms share a bath and a bonus room provides space for future expansion.
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