House Plan 1527 | Modern Ranch

Conceptual house plan 1527 is a Ranch design with a modern exterior.

Conceptual Design 1527 is an updated version of The Lucy house plan 1415. This design is the perfect blend of modern and rustic with a mixed exterior of board-and-batten and cedar shakes. Decorative brackets highlight the gables and metal roof accents enhance curb-appeal.


Front elevation of conceptual house plan 1527.

Rear elevation of conceptual house plan 1527.

Conceptual House Plan 1527

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The great room features a coffered ceiling and fireplace and opens to a rear porch. An island is centered in the spacious kitchen and offers a prep-sink. Casual or family meals can be enjoyed in the open dining room. The three-car garage can be accessed through a service door and enters the home through a mud room with a built-in seat and cubbies and a pantry. An adjoining utility room provides abundant counter space and cabinetry. The master suite is topped with a tray ceiling with coffered detail inlay and enjoys direct access to the rear porch. A large walk-in closet and linen closet are available, and the master bathroom is stunning with a dramatic tray ceiling, a freestanding bathtub, separate vanities, and a walk-in shower. A bedroom/study with full bathroom meets the homeowners needs and two additional bedrooms with walk-in closets and a Jack-and-Jill bathroom are to the opposite side of the floor plan. Additional square footage can be found upstairs in the optional bonus room with optional bathroom and closet.


First floor of conceptual house plan 1527.

Bonus room of conceptual house plan 1527.

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10 comments on "House Plan 1527 | Modern Ranch"

    • nancy ausitn on June 08, 2019 - 7:00PM
      Love this plan. I would skip the shower in the study bathroom, and make it a slightly larger half bath. Would love to see a screened in porch, then this plan would be perfect for me.
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      • Echo on June 10, 2019 - 8:12AM

        Thank you, Nancy!

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    • tricia on December 19, 2018 - 8:19AM
      I have seen this versions of this plan and it keeps getting better and better. I would move the living room french doors all the way right(switch with window ), this will allow for maximum seating and I believe better foot traffic flow. Pocket doors are great for closets, including water closets, but I do not like for the main bathroom doors. They never seem to lock well. I can't wait to see the next designs!
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      • Echo Jones on December 19, 2018 - 12:51PM
        Thank you, Tricia!
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    • Katherine Evans on December 17, 2018 - 1:25PM
      what are the dimensions of the Master closet ?
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      • Echo Jones on December 18, 2018 - 11:01AM
        Hi Katherine! Currently the master closet is 6'8" x 10'0". This is a conceptual design, so dimensions could change if this design is selected for completion.
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    • Anne Cobb on December 14, 2018 - 9:00AM
      I think it's all beautiful! I like the idea of the sliding panel doors for the bathroom separate entrances. I also like the visible openness throughout the main living space.
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      • Echo Jones on December 18, 2018 - 8:01AM
        Thank you, Anne!
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    • Kailani on December 13, 2018 - 6:50AM
      I honestly like the Lucy or Nelson plans so much better. Those are smaller in size and seems more functional. The dining area is closer to the kitchen and the master’s has a separate closet. If i want something the size of this conceptual house plan, I’d rather go for the drake or the thurman, I guess to each his own
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      • Echo Jones on December 13, 2018 - 11:31AM
        Thank you for your feedback, Kailani!
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