House Design 1575 | Farmhouse Home Plan

Conceptual house plan 1575 is a Farmhouse design with a modest floor plan.

Overview of conceptual house plan 1575.

Front elevation of conceptual house plan 1575.

Rear elevation of conceptual house plan 1575.

Conceptual House Plan 1575

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Conceptual design 1575 is an updated version of The Ryley house plan 503. This farmhouse features siding and board-and-batten. A prominent fireplace and twin dormers add character to the front façade. The front entry garage is attractive with rustic garage doors and a large window above.

The great room receives natural light from the front dormers and a cathedral ceiling creates visual space. The fireplace is flanked by built-in shelves for books and collectibles. The kitchen is spacious with plenty of workspace from the center island. A window over the sink allows rear views. The pantry and utility room are adjoining, and a single dining space is available for family meals. A rear porch invites outdoor enjoyment.

Two walk-in closets accompany the master bedroom and a cathedral ceiling visually expands the room. The master bathroom is thoughtful with a dual-sink vanity and a walk-in shower. A bedroom and versatile bedroom/study share a bathroom and a linen closet. The garage provides storage and a bonus room above is perfect for a guest suite, gym, or media room.

First floor of conceptual house plan 1575.

Bonus room of conceptual house plan 1575.

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4 comments on "Simple farmhouse plan with front-entry garage | Don Gardner"

    • conceptual plan comment
      Nancy on September 03, 2019 - 9:33AM
      Cute house but why is it in most plans the laundry room is all the way across the house from where most dirty laundry occurs? Bathrooms with dirty towels etc, bedrooms, where dirty linens, and dirty clothes come off. Why drag all that thru the living areas to wash and dry then have too take it all back thru again when clean? Please do some plans with laundry room close to the area where laundry accumulates. Like the plan other than laundry room placement.
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    • conceptual plan comment
      Charlene on August 29, 2019 - 10:40PM
      I have an interior design degree and business. I've drawn plans and built many houses both for myself and clients. I adore these drawings. I think this is a change for you. Not the average computer generated floorplans. I will explore your site further.
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      • conceptual plan comment
        Echo on September 03, 2019 - 2:29PM

        Thank you, Charlene!

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