Home Design 1572 | Narrow House Plan

Conceptual house plan 1572 is a narrow design with two floors of living space.

Overview of conceptual design 1572.

Front elevation of conceptual design 1572.

Rear elevation of conceptual design 1572.

Conceptual House Plan 1572

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Conceptual Design 1572 is a two-story cottage that works well on a narrow lot. This design has a front entry garage and a width of 46'. The exterior is simple yet charming, with a mix of vertical and horizontal siding and twin dormers adorning the roof.

The foyer leads directly into a bedroom/study and closets and a powder room are conveniently located near the entry. The great room has a coffered ceiling and a fireplace. An island sits at the center of the kitchen and a pantry is nearby. Both the dining room and great room open to a rear porch with skylights. A mud room is just inside the garage entry with a bench seat and built-in storage and the utility room is adjoining.

The master bedroom is a true retreat with an elegant tray ceiling, thoughtful bathroom, and a spacious walk-in closet. Two bedrooms are upstairs, each with a walk-in closet and a shared bathroom with a double sink vanity. An optional bonus room with closet provides space for a guest suite or media room.

First floor of conceptual design 1572.

Second floor of conceptual design 1572.

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6 comments on "Front-Entry Garage on Narrow Cottage Design | Donald Gardner"

    • conceptual plan comment
      Ken Allen on October 13, 2019 - 5:45AM
      Like to extend the gable roof behind the master bedroom to have a deck behind the master bedroom that joins the deck in the center. Instead of building out the upstairs, use the stairs to go to a completed walk out basement with 2 bedrooms, family room, fitness room, and yard storage room.
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      • conceptual plan comment
        Echo on October 14, 2019 - 12:22PM

        Thank you for your feedback, Ken!

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    • conceptual plan comment
      Vernon C O'Neal on July 27, 2019 - 1:58AM
      Why not make the great room ceiling cathedral with a large shed dormer to the back? It would add a lot of light and make the room feel much larger. With 2 bathrooms downstairs, it would be beneficial to make room for a tub downstairs, possibly in the secondary bath. With no tub in the master, a 5' shower would at least offer the opportunity to put one there allowing versatility. Rails along both sides of the steps leave an option of open view from upstairs, possibly a window from bedroom adjacent to stairs. This will improve air circulation especially in the winter with a woodstove.
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      • conceptual plan comment
        Echo on July 30, 2019 - 3:06PM

        Thank you for your feedback, Vernon!

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    • conceptual plan comment
      Paula on July 25, 2019 - 8:17AM
      I like it but if it were my house, I'd like to see a soaking tub/jetted tub in the master. It would also be nice to access to the rear porch from the master.
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      • conceptual plan comment
        Echo on July 25, 2019 - 11:32AM

        Thank you, Paula!

        Reply

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