House Plan 1533 | Modern Ranch

Conceptual house plan 1533 is a modern Ranch with made for family living.

Conceptual Design 1533 is an updated version of The Georgetown house plan 393. The exterior is modernized with a mix of siding and board-and-batten. Shutters frame the windows and columns line the welcoming front porch.

Front elevation of conceptual house plan 1533.
Rear elevation of conceptual house plan 1533.

Conceptual House Plan 1533

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Inside the foyer, find a coat closet for guests and an adjoining dining room topped with a dramatic tray ceiling. The great room features a cathedral ceiling that continues out to the screened porch. Skylights sit above the breakfast nook and the island kitchen enjoys an adjacent butler's pantry/coffee bar and a walk-in storage pantry.

French doors create a grand entry to the master suite and a cathedral ceiling and clerestory window enhance the luxurious feel. The master bathroom offers a dual-sink vanity, freestanding bathtub, and a walk-in shower. A pocket door leads to a massive walk-in closet with ample space for couples. Two additional bedrooms are available and share a full bathroom with a double-sink vanity.

The garage has two storage closets and enters the home through a vestibule with a closet and an adjoining utility room. A bonus room is upstairs and makes an ideal guest suite with a walk-in closet and a full bathroom.

First floor of conceptual house plan 1533.
Bonus room of conceptual house plan 1533.

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6 comments on "House Plan 1533 | Modern Ranch"

    • Kimberly Smith on March 21, 2019 - 9:45AM
      I love all the windows in the master batch. The one thing I find missing, from almost all house plans is the access from the laundry room into the master closet. I always see a staircase in between. But I'm guessing this can be a modification. I do, however, love the size of the great room. I have noticed that, no matter how big the house is, the great room is usually rather small at 16x17 or 17x18. I never see anything this size. For those of us that entertain every holiday, this is a huge selling point. Great job!
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      • Echo Jones on March 22, 2019 - 8:42AM
        Thank you, Kimberly!
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    • EMS on March 19, 2019 - 11:37PM
      Very promising. Second bathroom is perfect, and it's hall-facing linen closet looks larger than the Raleigh's (1303). The last few plans that you've posted now have bathroom upstairs, and even a closet, good idea. My only quibble, as with the Georgetown, is the chopped up kitchen. The sink should have plenty of workspace on both sides, maybe configure it similar to the Piedmont's (1294) or McKibbon's (1119). Not sure about accessing MBR closet through the bathroom, but might be handy when getting ready for work in the morning. Screened porch is great, patio next to it allows light into breakfast nook. Front porch looks good too, glad you're starting to make them a little wider (this looks about 8ft). Add the skylights to screened porch, delete from breakfast nook, (in areas prone to serious storms). Love the windows above porch and MBR, and the dormer in bonus room. And thank you for the pantry and "coffee bar". Really like this one!
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      • Echo Jones on March 20, 2019 - 8:21AM
        Thank you for the thoughtful feedback!
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      • Tony Hopkins on April 01, 2019 - 8:45AM
        Really like it, nice mixture of country and contemporary style!
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        • Admin on April 01, 2019 - 8:50AM
          Thank you, Tony!
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