Being influenced by Lodge, Shingle, and Craftsman house plan architectural styles, The Hendrick home beautifully incorporates the rustic use of natural materials with the simple and classic designs of a mix of American architectural styles with a heavy influence from the Arts and Crafts movement. The use of shingled surfaces brings a coastal twist to this rambling country or mountain lodge styled home. Great for a large brood or extended family, this house comes with five bedrooms, three full bathrooms, two half bathrooms, lots of storage space, a fantastic basement, and other wonderful house plan features that will keep the whole family entertained.
From the outside, this craftsman style home may seem modest, but once you enter, you will be amazed by the spacious layout of this house. A welcoming porch serves as your point of entry into the home and inside a lovely vaulted foyer greets you. Just beyond the foyer is the great room which opens into the formal dining room as well. This space is great for both unifying family members and for hosting large celebrations for a crowd. Across from the dining room is the fantastic kitchen that is fitted with a classic island in the center and a walk-in pantry. Connected to the dining room is the three season porch that is equipped with an outdoor kitchen that outdoor enthusiasts who like to cook and spend time outside will simply adore.
Heading towards the dual master bedroom quarters, there is an office space perfect for the hardworking individuals in your family who can now work from home, study, or organize all the household projects. Across from the office the first master bedroom not only has a substantial amount of closet space, but is also connected to a rear porch decked out with a hot tub. This bedroom shares a connection to the second master bedroom by way of a lavish bathroom which includes Jack and Jill water closets, twin vanity units and a luxurious double entry shower. The second master also has plenty of closet space and an outside porch of its own. mud room located near the master bedrooms and laundry room round out the main floor.
The basement of the Hendrick home is quite a spectacle in itself. The three remaining bedrooms are located on this floor, all with their own closet space. There is also a marvelous game room that can be utilized by the whole family. Across from the game room is a great wine cellar, perfect for storing your wines for the right occasions, and we cannot forget the dual level three car garage which has ample storage space for both road and off road vehicles.
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 Lodge house plans are inspired by the rustic homes from the Old West. Whether you’re looking for a modest cabin or an elaborate timber-frame lodge, these homes will make you feel you’re away from it all (even if you live in the suburbs). The homes rely on natural materials for their beauty. Among the materials used are heavy timbers, wood siding, stone, gable end braces, and cedar shakes. While different in theme, each design promotes a rustic feel that will effortlessly blend with verdant landscapes and mountain vernacular. The floor plans promote outdoor views, making them ideal for sites with mountain vistas, cityscape scenes, and lakeside access.
Our Shingle style home plans typically comprise homes with steeply pitched roof lines, and shingle covered walls. They also have a smooth surface appearance with little or no decoration. There is also usually a covered porch.
In the Shingle style, English influence was combined with the renewed interest in Colonial American architecture which followed the 1876 celebration of the Centennial.Architects emulated colonial houses' plain, shingled surfaces as well as their massing, whether in the simple gable of McKim Mead and White's Low House or in the complex massing of Kragsyde, which looked almost as if a colonial house had been fancifully expanded over many years. This impression of the passage of time was enhanced by the use of shingles. Some architects, in order to attain a weathered look on a new building, even had the cedar shakes dipped in buttermilk, dried and then installed, to leave a grayish tinge to the façade.