House Plan 1594 | Simple Modern Farmhouse

Conceptual Design 1594 is a simple modern farmhouse design.

Overview of conceptual house plan 1594.

Front elevation of conceptual house plan 1594.

Rear elevation of conceptual house plan 1594.

Conceptual House Plan 1594

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Conceptual Design 1594 is an updated version of The Thomasina house plan 1497. This modern farmhouse exterior features board-and-batten siding, a large center dormer, rustic woodwork, and metal roof accents.

The foyer is topped with a tray ceiling and is flanked with a bedroom/study on one side and the dining room on the other. Stepping into the great room, find a fireplace and built-in shelves. The ceiling is adorned with decorative beams and double doors exit to a rear porch with skylights. The kitchen enjoys an island and a breakfast nook and pantry are only steps away.

A cathedral ceiling tops the master bedroom and the master bathroom enjoys a dual-sink vanity, walk-in shower, freestanding bathtub, and access to a large walk-in closet. Find additional storage in the garage and a closet and the utility room at the entrance. An additional bedroom and bathroom are on the first floor and an optional bonus room is upstairs.

First floor of conceptual house plan 1594.

Bonus room of conceptual house plan 1594.

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6 comments on "Modern Farmhouse Simple House Plans | One Story Home Plans"

    • conceptual plan comment
      L.S. on March 21, 2022 - 3:39PM
      As someone from the cold northern midwest, you may want some place to put jackets/coats when you enter the foyer. Right now it will be awkward since there's no closet space anywhere close by. I'd bump out the breakfast area to the porch location and create more windows to replace the dining alcove. Everyone's working at home so then remake the dining alcove into a nice size office which would give you plenty of space to move the wall to allow closets. Then get rid of the french doors to the bedroom and add another kitchen cabinet by the fridge. The pantry shouldn't open up into the breakfast area and should instead open up facing the stairs since the owner will probably want to put a table and benches there. The utility room needs to have the w/d connected on the garage side of the wall as those are loud and and no one wants to hear that when they sleep or deal with the vibrations. This would also mean flipping the small coat closet next to it. That space right off the garage is also high traffic imo, so I would bump the pantry back to be flush with the master bedroom. That way when the homeowner sets a table by the wall the kids wont run straight into it when they go stair sledding or when you accidentally bump it whipping the groceries around because you brought them all in at one time.
      • conceptual plan comment
        Echo on March 21, 2022 - 4:04PM

        Great feedback, L.S.! Thank you!!

    • conceptual plan comment
      Dodra Eschenfelder on August 31, 2021 - 9:07PM
      This appears to be a smaller, squished design of a very popular elevation. I like how the foyer is centered to the great room and french doors. The pantry door needs to be moved to the hall for easier kitchen access as the nook is so tiny, there would be no room to get to the pantry with any bit of furniture. Then the nook wall space would be more functional for decor/ furniture. I appreciate the affordable sized plan, but it seems another 100- 150 square foot would keep it from feeling so tight, especially in the kitchen and secondary bedrooms.
      • conceptual plan comment
        Echo on September 03, 2021 - 4:12PM

        Thank you for the feedback, Dodra!

    • conceptual plan comment
      C.O. on April 27, 2021 - 2:41PM
      The exterior is charming! Love the modern farmhouse look. This plan would be great for empty nesters with a few modifications. Some suggestions: The dining room is too small. It must accommodate family gatherings for holidays, and ideally the kitchen would have an island adjacent to the dining room for serving. Why the small breakfast room? Stay with one dining space, a bigger kitchen (everyone gathers in the kitchen, and in this plan they would be standing on each other's feet.) Maybe put the kitchen in front with a living room adjacent to the dining room. The separate small formal dining room is not useful these days. In a small plan, all space needs to be used each day. The entrance hall needs a coat closet. Perhaps cancel the entrance to the study and create a closet there from the entrance hall--or make it an option for those who want a study near the front entry. The rear entrance needs a drop zone for mail phone charging, etc. I like the coat closet separate from the laundry, but perhaps it could be re-worked so as to make room for the drop zone. I really dislike walking in the back door carrying bags of groceries --the family entrance-- and fighting for space with the washer and dryer. If there are children in the family, they need a space to dump their backpacks., preferably not on the washer and dryer. And where do the hockey sticks go??? Make the family entrance pleasant and welcoming and spacious. I would like to see several options offered with each plan--e.g. a patio instead of a screened porch. No bathtub in the master bath, but a big walk-in shower and large closet. A side entry garage or a front entry garage. I really like the exterior, as I said earlier, but I think houses these days need to be focused on efficiency and utility. If possible, avoid the old formulas--e.g. formal dining rooms and even huge master baths.
      • conceptual plan comment
        Echo on April 27, 2021 - 2:52PM

        Thank you for the thoughtful feedback, C.O.!


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