Mike and Leslie Patterson are building The Oliver House Plan 1427 in Michigan!
Follow the progress in this Rendering-to-Reality story, from foundation to move-in ready!
The Oliver House Plan 1427:
This Craftsman design offers copious curb-appeal with an angled garage, decorative gables adorned with timber wood accents, a shed dormer, and a column-framed front porch. This floor plans thoughtful layout maximizes its square footage. The kitchen cooktop-island overlooks the great room and the spaces share a cathedral ceiling. A luxury screened porch enjoys a fireplace for year-round enjoyment and is topped with a cathedral ceiling and skylights. The master suite enjoys privacy at the rear of the home and opens to a relaxing porch. A mud room, oversized utility room, and walk-in pantry provide added functionality.
Mike and Leslie Patterson currently own a 900 square foot home on a beautiful 5-acre lot. With a two year old son and a dog, they quickly began to outgrow their small home and started looking for something larger with acreage and a view. They wanted their next move to be their “forever” home and knew they needed a one-story with a split bedroom layout. Leslie says “After a year or so of looking at other houses, we decided that we loved our current property so much that we wanted to stay, but the house was just not going to work for us. So, we started looking at floor plans. I think I looked at every floor plan ever made before I decided that the Oliver was the right one for us!”
They began construction further back on their property and positioned the home to take advantage of the view and sunsets. Once the new home is built, they will have their current home moved off of the property.
Leslie’s father is the general contractor over the project and they are hiring subcontractors as needed while doing a lot of the work themselves! So far they have finished the foundation and started framing. They expect the roof to be on within a week or so. They are mostly keeping the plan as is, with one minor modification to the secondary bathroom. They bumped out the wall to make room for a double-sink vanity.
More photography coming soon!