House Plan 1535 | Rustic Retreat

Conceptual house plan 1535 is a rustic, one-story design with a family-friendly floor plan.

Overview of conceptual design 1535

Front exterior of conceptual house plan 1535

Rear exterior of conceptual house plan 1535

Conceptual House Plan 1535

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Conceptual Design 1535 is an updated version of The Austin house plan 1409. This rustic exterior includes a mix of cedar shakes and stone while board and batten highlights the gables. Tapered columns frame the front porch and arched openings are complemented by arched windows.

The foyer opens to a library/den with built-in bookshelves. The great room is topped with a coffered ceiling and opens to a rear porch and patio. Luxury outdoor living is found on the screened porch with a cathedral ceiling, fireplace and outdoor kitchen. An island kitchen offers bar seating for casual meals and a spacious dining room is adjoining for family dinners. A pantry and powder room are nearby. The garage entry offers a built-in seat with storage and a coat closet and accesses the multi-functional utility room.

A decorative coffered ceiling crowns the master bedroom. Dual walk-in closets are convenient for couples and an opulent master bathroom features a double-sink vanity, freestanding bathtub, and a walk-in shower. The bedroom/study has access to a full bathroom and on the opposite side of the floor plan, two bedrooms each have a walk-in closet and share a bathroom.

Upstairs, the optional bonus room makes an ideal guest suite or rental space with access to a bathroom.

First floor of conceptual house plan 1535

Bonus room of conceptual house plan 1535

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12 comments on "House Plan 1535 | Rustic Retreat"

    • Susan on June 01, 2019 - 9:05PM
      This house facade has so much texture. How do you convey that to a builder? The Austin plan fotos show a house with only a small amount of texture. Not the same at all as your conceptual renderings which are fabulous. Susan in Aiken
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      • Echo on June 03, 2019 - 3:38PM

        Hi Susan! Our house plans will call out the exterior materials that you see in our renderings. For example, if you see stone, cedar shakes, board and batten, and metal roofing on the rendering, those materials will be included on the exterior elevation pages of our house plans. Builders and homeowners are welcome to change these materials based on their style, budget, etc. That is why you will frequently see differences between the rendering and a real photographed home.

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    • Scott Ross on May 31, 2019 - 9:20AM
      I would love to see this plan with a courtyard garage. That would allow for a bit of extra storage space, basically 3 car with 2 doors, or use it could be used for additional space. +2 on the basement. Is this possible? Tks
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      • Chuck on May 31, 2019 - 9:29AM

        Thanks for your comments and question. The garage conversion is definitely something our modifications department could handle for you.

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    • Susan on May 29, 2019 - 8:54AM
      Oh what fun- this version is better. Off hand i see: 1.No more dangerous access door to front porch- i mean a prowler might like that side entrance but now there is a useful broom closet which is lacking in most houses. 2. Another useful supply closet was created, also lacking in many house plans today. 3. The pantry has been delightfully enlarged. With rising food costs women like to stock up on good quality condiments in jars like marmalade from France or organic pickles. 4. My main complaint with all house plans is the size of the dining rooms. We have 2 buffets, a sideboard, and a china cabinet. A table which can sit 12 when we put in leaves. Right now our dining room is 13’8” x 15’4” but isnt big enough for our taste. We like to have dinner parties and would like 15x18 or 14x19- something in that order. The old fashioned dining room in this old winter colony town averaged 15x20. People in the future will trend back to sitting around a large table for family gatherings and be wishing for bigger dining rooms. 5. I have lots of Italian linen and extra pillows and blankets and my linen closet is 6 feet wide and shallow. You might be able to fit something like that in if you make the full bath entrance to left bedroom cutting off hall entrance left of entry. But that is just me. 6. Overall i love your new plan- i would extend the dining room to the right, pushing the screened porch over to behind the back bedroom. The dining room might then be 14x18 or so. 7. So again- these are the closets important to me: Pantry (walk-in) Linen closet for all bedrooms Cabinets for clean towels Broom closet for mops and vacuum cleaner Coat closet for guests Supply closet (extra soap, tooth paste, toilet paper, light bulbs, cleaners, shampoos, and so forth) Keep up the good work and send more emails with plans for review! Susan in Aiken SC
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      • Jean on May 29, 2019 - 9:10AM

        Thank you, Susan, for all the wonderful feedback!

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    • Katie on May 28, 2019 - 12:40PM
      I love this plan, nearly perfect! I would square off the screened porch and make the pantry smaller by taking out the right section. This would make a hallway joining the two bedrooms and quick path to half bath from garage entry, less traffic through the kitchen. Biggest issue is we need a basement, preferably a walkout please! :) Is the dormer functional or just for looks? Thanks, Katie
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      • Jean on May 28, 2019 - 12:58PM

        Hi Katie- Thank you for your interest in our conceptual plan 1535. We do provide basement foundations for all of our plans. They are full in-ground basements that are unfinished. The engineering is done for the basement, you just need to work with your builder to determine windows, doors and rooms. You can call us for pricing and length of time to complete the basement foundation. Also, regarding the dormer, it is just for looks.

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    • Scott on May 22, 2019 - 11:37PM
      The Master Bedroom should be bigger and you should offer a version with a basement.
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      • Jean on May 24, 2019 - 1:24PM

        Thank you, Scott, for your feedback! We will pass this information along to our team.

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    • Beverly Morse on May 17, 2019 - 9:54AM
      Great plan only 3 suggestions. Provide door for bedroom study at entry so bath would become part of bedroom suite. For bedroom 3 use part of pantry and half bath to create another bath that could have double access as guest bath and bedroom bath. Linen closet needed in master bath.
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      • Echo on May 17, 2019 - 10:01AM

        Thank you, Beverly!

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