House Plan 1495 | Modern Two-Story

House Plan on the Drawing Board 1495 is a two-story design with room to grow!

Front elevation of conceptual house plan 1495.


Rear elevation of conceptual house plan 1495.

Conceptual House Plan 1495

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Conceptual house plan 1495 is an update of The Derbyville Plan 1032. Board-and-batten is mixed with horizontal siding for a modern farmhouse facade. The front porch is welcoming with a trio of columns that lead to arched French doors. A metal roof over the porch adds interest along with a stone chimney. A study/guest suite is accessed through French doors and a closet and full bathroom are only steps away. The great room is cozy with a coffered ceiling, fireplace and door that opens to a rear porch. The kitchen is spacious with a center island that provides bar seating. A large single dining area is available for causal meals and formal dinners alike. The garage enters the home through a mud room with drop zone and the pantry is convenient for dropping off dry goods on the way to the kitchen. The utility room is adjacent with built-in cabinetry for abundant storage and a laundry sink. The master suite offers separate walk-in closets plus a linen closet. The bedroom is vast with a vaulted ceiling adding vertical space. The master bathroom grants every luxury with a dual sink vanity, a walk-in shower and a glorious freestanding bathtub.

First floor of conceptual house plan 1495.

On the second floor, two bedrooms share a Jack-and-Jill-style bathroom and each has a walk-in closet. An optional bonus room and media/rec room offers space for hobbies or future expansions. Second floor of conceptual house plan 1495.

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6 comments on "House Plan 1495 | Modern Two-Story"

    • Aubrey on July 01, 2019 - 7:05AM
      I would pull both the master closet and rear porch out to be flush with the back of the home to make the spaces larger. I would loose some of the mudroom/ utility area to make the kitchen a few feet longer with a larger island.
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      • Echo on July 03, 2019 - 8:14AM

        Thank you, Aubrey!

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    • Sarah on July 12, 2018 - 9:23PM
      Yes! Love this house plan so much. I totally agree on extending the front porch. Maybe even the back porch could be screened in. Please let me know when this plan is in the next phase.
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      • Echo Jones on July 13, 2018 - 1:58PM
        Thank you, Sarah!
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    • John Joseph Holahan on March 06, 2018 - 5:58PM
      Very nice looking house with great layout. The WIC design for the master bedroom is a great idea. The open kitchen, GR and dining areas meet the desires of most of my clients. I may want to extend the front porch length a bit. Overall, comfortable design with potential for great curb appeal (colours, textures and cladding).
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