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Conceptual House Plan 1491 | Neighborhood Friendly

House Plan on the Drawing Board 1491 has a unique exterior with a narrow width!

Front elevation of conceptual house plan 1491.

Conceptual House Plan 1491

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Conceptual house plan 1491 is an exciting new design with an eye-catching exterior. Sloping gables create an interesting roofline and wooden brackets adorn the columned front porch. The home is wrapped in stone and siding, contrasted by metal roof accents. French doors open to the foyer and another set of French doors leads to a study/bedroom with a walk-in closet and full bathroom. The great room offers a coffered ceiling and a fireplace while a sitting room, with a curved wall of windows, is perfect for private conversations or a cozy reading nook. When the weather is nice, step outside to the covered terrace. The open kitchen enjoys an island with a raised bar and an adjoining walk-in pantry. The dining room is glamorous with a uniquely designed tray ceiling with a coffered ceiling inset. The mud room offers a half-bath and a drop zone for shoes, bags, coats, keys, and anything else that you don't want to clutter your living spaces. A vestibule, with a linen and a storage closet, creates a private entry to the master suite. A step ceiling tops the master bedroom and French doors access the opulent master bathroom with separate vanities, a freestanding bathtub and a spacious walk-in shower. A spacious master closet offers a direct-access pocket door to the utility room, simplifying laundry for the owner. A hall door also accesses the utility room for other household members.

First floor of conceptual house plan 1491.

Three bedrooms are upstairs, along with two full bathrooms, and a laundry drop eliminates the need to carry heavy baskets downstairs. The bonus room is spacious with a dormer nook, built-in shelves, and a walk-in closet. The optional rec/media room is perfect for a home theater or game room with a built-in wet bar for serving refreshments and snacks. Second floor of conceptual house plan 1491.

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10 comments on "Storybook facade on narrow family home plan | Don Gardner "

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      Colleen A Stellwagen on February 09, 2021 - 9:08AM
      Love the Rec Space and bonus option up!!! Main Floor 10 Foot ceilings are great upstairs 8 foot works. Extending the dining room out to match Master would look more symmetrically balanced. Square up island to be larger little larger, there is no space for upper cabinets in kitchen, remove window in the pantry. I think cabinets on kitchen and maybe add transom above them to get light in. You could L the back kitchen wall to the dining and add additional cabinets or coffee bar if you extend. The sitting space seems odd, maybe square up to patio seems strange to have this next to great room. I would add small walls on each side of fireplace cabinets something we always end up adding on plans as well as canned lights in coffers and above fireplace cabinet. Remove closet in great room that backs up to 1/2 bath and extend size of 1/2 bath and drop zone area. I would design deep soaking tub in master, remove wall between downstairs full bath and sink area and make downstairs bath a shower in for handicap access. I would add optional bath in Bonus up to allow a secondary master for extended family or Nanny. I would center sliding door in Recreation area for symmetry. We would buy and build this plan with those modifications. Thanks
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        Echo on February 09, 2021 - 11:36AM

        Hi Colleen! We can help you with those modifications! If you would like to order this conceptual design and request modifications, give us a call at 1-800-388-7580.

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      Chloe DeJarnette on January 24, 2021 - 3:34PM
      What is the ceiling height on the main level?
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      • conceptual plan comment
        Echo on January 25, 2021 - 4:09PM

        Hi Chloe! The primary ceiling height would be 9'.

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      Catherine Sharp on November 21, 2018 - 9:04PM
      Could the garage doors be moved to the front. My lot is narrow and that would be a great help.
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      • conceptual plan comment
        Echo Jones on November 26, 2018 - 8:28AM
        Yes, you could modify this plan to have a front entry garage!
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      Katie on December 09, 2017 - 9:44PM
      Love this one! It's similar to 1458, which I also love. Do you have an estimate when the plans will be complete on this one? Thanks, Katie
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      • conceptual plan comment
        Echo Jones on December 11, 2017 - 8:23AM
        Hi Katie, This is a new conceptual design and we haven't made plans to complete it at this time. We're still gathering feedback. If you are interested in purchasing the plan, our design team will get it on the schedule for completion. If you would like to get pricing and a time frame, please contact us at 1-800-388-7580.
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      Indiana Grandma on December 05, 2017 - 8:28AM
      I love the first floor concept, but can you design it for a senior citizen and nester with one floor. We no longer need 3,000+ square foot and steps kill after 70 years. Perhaps stairs to bonus room with bath for guests would be okay.
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        Echo Jones on December 05, 2017 - 3:16PM
        Thank you for the feedback! We definitely consider customer comments when designing future home plans.
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