modern farmhouse

Sloan Plan 1528 | Rendering-to-Reality

The Sloan Plan 1528 is being built in the upstate of South Carolina!

Lee Bright of DLB Construction is currently building The Sloan plan 1528. Follow the progress in this Rendering-to-Reality story, from foundation to move-in ready!

Update – Completed Photos!

Front rendering of The Sloan plan 1528.

The Sloan is overflowing with modern farmhouse curb-appeal, from the decorative wooden brackets adorning the gables to the metal accent roof. The 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.

Thurman Plan 1515 | Rendering-to-Reality

The Thurman Plan 1515 is being built in Oklahoma City, OK!

J Chastain Homes is currently building The Thurman plan 1515 in Oklahoma City, OK. Follow the progress in this Rendering-to-Reality story, from framing to move-in ready!

Front rendering of The Thurman plan 1515.

Modern farmhouse style graces the facade, from the board-and-batten siding to the black frame windows, while an arched portico presents a grand entry with an eye-catching red front door. The great room, kitchen, and dining rooms create an easy flow and a rear screened porch with skylights takes living outdoors. The master suite is a private wing with a tray ceiling, outdoor access, dual walk-in closets and a spacious bathroom. A bedroom/study provides versatility and two additional bedrooms are available. The mud room entry offers convenient storage, along with a pantry, and the utility room is adjoining with a laundry sink and built-in cabinets. A bonus room above the garage meets the homeowners needs for storage or additional square footage.

House Plan 1597 | Small Modern Farmhouse

The Marisa house plan 1597 is now available!

This charming modern farmhouse design features arches, gable brackets, and shutters. Inside, the floor plan promotes easy living with an open great room, kitchen, and breakfast nook and a dining room for family gatherings. A split-bedroom design grants privacy to all bedrooms and the master suite enjoys a cathedral ceiling, luxurious bathroom, and a large walk-in closet. Find an optional bonus room with a full bathroom and walk-in closet upstairs.

Front rendering of The Marisa house plan 1597.

See all the details of The Marisa house plan 1597 on our website!

Rogers Plan 1383 | Rendering-to-Reality

The Rogers Plan 1383 is being built in Pelzer, SC!

This house plan was designed by a member of our architecture team for their own personal home. When it came time to give it a name, it only seemed fitting to name the plan for their family – The Rogers!

Philip Enslin with Enslin Builders is building The Rogers Plan 1383 in Pelzer, SC. Follow the progress in this Rendering-to-Reality story, from foundation to move-in ready!

Update: Completed Photos!

The Rogers is a small modern farmhouse designed for family living. A vaulted ceiling visually expands the great room, and the dining room is spacious and open for gatherings. The drop zone has a built-in seat and enjoys a sun tunnel, and a powder room is available for guests. The kitchen features an island and barn doors open to a pantry and utility room. Just steps away, a door leads to the rear porch and patio. Two bedrooms, each with a walk-in closet, share a bathroom with a dual sink vanity. The master suite is to the opposite side of the floor plan and enjoys two skylights, a massive walk-in closet, and a luxurious bathroom with a freestanding bathtub, walk-in shower, and a dual sink vanity. Find storage space in the garage and a bonus room above.

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Building a Small Farmhouse | Pros & Cons

Guest Blog Post

The Pros and Cons of Building a Small Farmhouse

Have you ever thought about building a house of your own? If your answer is yes, you might consider getting away from gridlocked and polluted cities to build a small and cozy farmhouse in the country. It might sound difficult and inconvenient, but it does not have to be that way. You just have to plan everything out very carefully.

If you do not know whether it is something worth trying, this article should help you make up your mind. Here, you will find a list of the pros and cons of building a small farmhouse.

Building a small farmhouse like The Gemma house plan 1587.