Selecting the right custom house floor plans allows you to decide on the placement of your living spaces, kitchen and bedroom areas. You can adjust the floor plan to allow for optimal room flow. While picking out the right layout for your common areas, you also should decide on the number of bedrooms you will need in your custom home.You obviously want to have enough sleeping spaces for your entire family without having too many bedrooms that will go unused.
Here are some important factors to consider when deciding on the number of bedrooms to place into your custom home.
The Sloan is overflowing with curb-appeal, from the decorative wooden brackets adorning the gables to the metal accent roof. The farmhouse floor plan is equally impressive with a gourmet island kitchen, spacious dining room and ample outdoor living. Just inside the garage entry, a pantry is available for easy grocery drop-off and the utility room accesses a side porch and features a laundry sink. The master bedroom is a luxury retreat and two additional bedrooms complete the first floor. Upstairs, a bonus room with full bathroom functions as a guest suite or media room.
We’ve all seen the VRBO commercials and heard the hype around Airbnb. It doesn’t matter what part of the country you reside, there are endless possibilities for building and owning Income Producing Small House Plans. Whether it’s the secluded lake front view just down the road, the great scenic mountain views an hour away or that magnificent beach location you visit every year, owning your own Income Producing Small Home Plan can be a great investment. Don’t put it off any longer, build one or more of these small home plans on a lot in your desirable location and use it for the occasional weekend getaway, and then rent it out the rest of the time.
Income Producing Small House plans can be a great investment option to consider. Income properties can be rented on a nightly, weekly or monthly basis and here are five benefits to consider with this type of investment.
Building a home is a time filled with excitement, as you work to personalize and perfect your dream home plan. Yet with an increasing number of choices comes more chances to make a mistake. If you’re tackling the job of building your own home, you will want to avoid these common missteps to ensure the finished project is what you want and fits within your budget.
Simplify your laundry routine with direct access between the utility room and the master closet!
At Don Gardner Architects, we believe in an open-access design process. We release plans to our customers and builders from the conception phase, when they are nothing more than hand drawn sketches. This is done so that we may gather valuable feedback about what you, our customers, like or don’t like, and what features you are looking for in house floor plans. That feedback directly influences our existing plans and future conceptual plans.
One of the most requested features received has been the desire for direct access from the master bedroom closet to the utility room. In response, we have released a collection of house plans with this feature and we have even more that are in progress. View our selection of house plans with a master closet / utility room connection below!
The Jenkins – Plan 1496
The Jenkins has dual walk-in closets in the master suite and one has direct access to the utility room. A secondary access door is convenient to the other bedrooms.