House Plan 1537 | Family-Friendly Ranch

Conceptual house plan 1537 is a one-story design with a family-friendly floor plan!

Overview of conceptual house plan 1537

Front elevation option 1 for conceptual design 1537

Front elevation option 2 for coneptual house plan 1537

Rear elevation of conceptual house plan 1537

Conceptual Design 1537 is an updated version of The Georgetown house plan 393. This design has two front façade options. The first is a throwback to a classic farmhouse with a trio of dormers above the sprawling front porch. The second front façade is rustic Craftsman style with a large gable above the front porch.

The great room and dining room are open and share a cathedral ceiling. An angled island and corner pantry highlight the kitchen. A rear porch takes living outdoors and skylights welcome natural overhead light. The master bedroom is topped with a dramatic tray ceiling and large windows showcase rear views. Skylights top the master bathroom and this luxury space includes a dual-sink vanity, freestanding bathtub, and a walk-in shower. The closet is divided to accommodate two wardrobes and offers direct access to the utility room.

Abundant storage is found in the garage and an access door to the pantry allows drop-off of groceries without having to cart them through the house. A mud room entry offers a seat with built-in storage and stairs lead to an optional bonus room with full bathroom for a guest suite or media room. On the opposite side of the floor plan, find two additional bedrooms with a shared bathroom.

First floor of conceptual house plan 1537

Bonus room of conceptual house plan 1537

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2 comments on "House Plan 1537 | Family-Friendly Ranch"

    • Marcus Jordan on June 04, 2019 - 12:10AM
      Front elevation of 1537 I would like to see a more scaled down front porch without the gable above. simplify the front by making an open exposed beam front porch that would take the place of the gable above. We are building in the near future for our LAST home, our first was a DG plan, best home we built to date.
      • Echo on June 04, 2019 - 7:57AM

        Thank you for your feedback, Marcus!


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