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.
This Craftsman home plan is instantly appealing with arched windows and stone complementing the siding and cedar shake facade. The foyer opens to a grand great room with a cathedral ceiling that extends to the screened porch. The island kitchen enjoys a built-in pantry and a spacious dining room is adjoining for family meals. A cathedral ceiling tops the master bedroom and the suite features a walk-in closet and a thoughtful master bathroom with a dual-sink vanity, walk-in shower, and a sun tunnel. A mud room and utility room are just inside the garage entry and on the opposite side of the floor plan, two additional bedrooms share a full bathroom.
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The Wilfred is a thoughtful Craftsman design with a front entry garage and a welcoming front porch. A cathedral ceiling extends from the great room to the rear screened porch. The kitchen centers around an island and a skylight sits above for natural light. A pantry and dining room are nearby. The master bedroom enjoys an elegant tray ceiling and the bathroom is designed with a dual-sink vanity and a large walk-in shower. A window brings light into the massive walk-in closet. Two bedrooms are on the opposite side of the floor plan. A skylight tops the secondary bathroom and the utility room has a sun tunnel. Upstairs, a bonus room with full bathroom awaits expansion.
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House Plan 1556 has been named The Artemis and is now available!
The Artemis House Plan 1556
This charming cottage house plan with dual master suites is a perfect narrow lot house design. Simple yet decorative, the facade features board-and-batten, gable brackets, shutters, and columns. With only two bedrooms, the master suites are of equal size and on opposite sides of the floor plan. An island kitchen with pantry nearby, a large dining room, and a generous great room compose the open living spaces. The foyer and garage entry share a mud room and the utility room is multi-functional with a laundry sink and built-in cabinetry. Skylights and sun tunnels create a feeling of spaciousness in the modest floor plan.
This efficient cottage is ideal for a narrow lot. Skylights are thoughtfully placed in the master bedroom and dining room to welcome natural light and sun tunnels brighten the utility room and master closet. Garage storage, linen closets and a pantry provide ample storage while a coat closet is convenient to both the foyer and garage entries. This modest floor plan includes luxury amenities with an island kitchen and a fireplace in the great room. A bonus room with full bathroom offers space for expansion.