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Cedar shingles, vertical board-and-batten siding, ledgestone, and Doric columns come together in an eclectic mix on this home's elevation. The floor plan is organized into public and private zones, to foster a sense of togetherness while ensuring solitude. The public spaces of the home are open and clustered together in the center of the plan. The foyer allows guests to survey the scene. First, there's the formal dining room, with built-in display shelves, space for a hutch, and a built-in seat. Beyond, the great room provides a view of the backyard through a wall of windows. The open kitchen and breakfast nook also take in the outdoor vistas, as well as views of the fireplace and built-in media cabinets. Private zones flank the public areas. The master suite and an office are together at one end of the floor plan. Separate corridors, off the great room and foyer respectively, lead to each space. The office has a bay window and the option of built-in cabinets, while a spa tub, large shower, dual-sink vanity, and walk-in closet outfit the master suite. At the other end of the floor plan, a hallway leads to a bath and two additional bedrooms. These rooms are conveniently close to the laundry room, which includes a bench and coat pegs. A storage room is also above the garage.
Architectural Styles Associated with this design
This home is a gorgeous example of one of our craftsman houseplans. In the mid-1970s, a revivalism of sorts began among American collectors and preservationists. Pottery, glassworks, furniture, lighting, and houses from the turn of the 20th century were rediscovered and being celebrated for their simplicity of design and traditional beauty. These artistic remnants of the Arts and Crafts movement, which thrived from 1876-1915 continue to be celebrated today.
Common Craftsman design features:
- Low-pitched roof lines, gabled or hipped roof
- Deeply overhanging eaves
- Exposed rafters or decorative brackets under eaves
- Front porch beneath extension of main roof
- Tapered, square columns supporting roof
- 4-over-1 or 6-over-1 double-hung windows
- Frank Lloyd Wright design motifs
- Hand-crafted stone or woodwork
- Mixed materials throughout structure
Our traditional style houseplans comprise a neo-eclectic style borrowing details from historic styles and adapting to contemporary forms and materials - i.e.: Colonial porches and columns, Tudor half-timber, French steeply pitched hip roof and arched windows, Georgian entry doors or Victorian porch spindle work. Wood exteriors combined with brick or stone trim.
Traditional homes freely borrow from a number of historic styles and combine them to relay a new expression. Many historic styles are also 'traditional' in nature, and are incorporated into the Mascord Collection. Colonial, Tudor, Craftsman, Cape Cod - in this collection of home plans you'll discover floor plans that reflect modern lifestyles with spacious rooms, flexible spaces and modern conveniences, but mixed with distinct architectural flair, curb appeal and modern aesthetic. Expect elements such as free-flowing kitchens, breakfast nooks, and family room combinations.