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House Plan 1585 | Small Modern Farmhouse

Conceptual house plan 1585 is a modest modern farmhouse design.

Overview of conceptual house plan 1585.

Front elevation of conceptual house plan 1585.

Rear elevation of conceptual house plan 1585.

Conceptual House Plan 1585

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Conceptual Design 1585 is an updated version of The Coleraine house plan 1335. This small modern farmhouse features a board-and-batten exterior and decorative gable brackets.

The front porch and foyer lead to an open floor plan with the great room and dining room sharing a cathedral ceiling. Double doors exit to a rear screened porch with a cathedral ceiling and skylights. The kitchen faces the front of the home and enjoys a window above the sink and an adjoining pantry. From the garage entry, find a mud room with closet and a large utility room with a laundry sink and a side-entry door.

The master suite is spacious, and a vaulted ceiling further enhances visual space. The master bathroom offers a freestanding bathtub, walk-in shower, and a dual vanity while a linen closet and two walk-in closets are available. Two additional bedrooms share a bathroom on the first floor and an optional bonus room and a full bathroom are upstairs for a guest suite or media room.

First floor of conceptual house plan 1585.

Bonus room of conceptual house plan 1585.

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4 comments on "Modern Farmhouse Simple Home Plans | Don Gardner"

    • conceptual plan comment
      DLS on September 05, 2020 - 1:20AM
      And thank you for the laundry room with exterior access. We keep our dog's kennel in a space 33wx46Dx30H we designed into our laundry room that has exterior access into a fenced play yard for her and/or kids/grandkids. If it's wet outside, we can dry her off before she re=enters the main house, and she is put in her kennel out of the way of company or if we leave the house. It's so ideal. Pet owners would love a dedicated small space for their beloved family members. A small bump out into the garage could create a nice little area to put a kennel, and maybe additional space for food storage, maybe even a feeding spot, which could all recess into that garage wall.
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      • conceptual plan comment
        Echo on September 08, 2020 - 11:35AM

        Thank you!

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    • conceptual plan comment
      DLS on September 05, 2020 - 1:04AM
      RE: the master bedroom I am a fan of having the master on exterior walls to utilize windows and light. This one feels very closed in. It needs some shifting around and I am thinking the closets would be on the patio wall, and the bath somehow configured into the former closet space with new window configurations. Then the master could be moved over and have two exterior walls. We have 3 high windows near the ceiling on our bed wall, and then another wall for window placement. It's ideal to let in light and also have privacy and room for furniture placement. Bathrooms don't need a quantity of windows, just a couple strategically placed will do for light and maybe cross ventilation access.
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      • conceptual plan comment
        Echo on September 08, 2020 - 11:34AM

        Thank you for the thoughtful feedback!

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