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Mascord House Plan 1258: The Saddleridge

The Saddleridge

Plan 1258

  • 2798 SqFt
  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1 Pwdr
  • 1 Floor
  • 3 Car Garage

Home Details

Heated Space

  • Main Floor

    2798 SqFt
  • Total Area

    2798 SqFt

Beds and Baths

  • Bedrooms

  • Full Baths

  • Half Baths

  • Floors


Exterior Dimensions


  • Garage Bays

    3 Car Garage
  • Garage Area

    877 SqFt
  • Garage Location

  • Garage Orientation



  • Roof Framing

  • Roof Material

    Shake/Comp Roof
  • Snowload

    30 lb/sf
  • Wall Framing

    2 x 6
  • Main Roof Pitch


A Walk Through The Saddleridge

Here is a modern farmhouse that will help you make your dreams of life in the country a reality! In fact, this is among our top farmhouse blueprints, and when you see everything the Saddleridge has to offer, you’ll see why.

It starts with the massive outdoor living space. This area was designed to help you enjoy the sweeping view out over fields and forests. With a roof to cover it, this space is shady and restful, even on summer’s hottest days. To one side, a fireplace will warm you up on cool autumn evenings. An outdoor kitchen to the other side of this area means that you’ll be able to entertain guests at summertime parties in style.

Moving indoors for the winter, you’ll enjoy the contemporary living area that the Saddleridge offers you. This wide-open space has plenty of room for comfortable armchairs and a sofa. With a fire crackling in the fireplace, you’ll spend many evenings curled up in a soft blanket, just enjoying the view.

This is a single-level home, too, which means that bedrooms and other useful spaces are all on the same floor—no navigating awkward staircases! One entire wing is devoted to bedroom space. Between the two kids’ bedrooms, there is a fully featured bathroom where they can get ready for school or brush their teeth before bedtime.

The master suite will welcome you with the comforts it has to offer. Glass doors afford you a beautiful view of the moonlight countryside, and the master bathroom features not only a tiled shower, but a spa tub so that you can relax before bedtime. Here, too, there is a large walk-in closet complete with shelving for shoes, jewelry and accessories.

The Saddleridge’s opposite wing is all about practicality. The mud room, for example, is accessible from the garage, front porch and from the back porch off the garage, which makes it a handy way to keep the mess from outdoors confined. This area also features a massive pantry—easy access from the garage so that you don’t have to haul heavy grocery bags far from the trunk of your car. The laundry room is situated here, too, just a few steps away from the kitchen and mudroom.

Finally, the home office is in this wing as well. The vaulted ceiling in this area makes it feel like an airy, roomy place to work, and windows overlooking the view behind your home amplify that sense of space. Built-in shelving plus plenty of room for the desk of your dreams will keep you productive and organized on those wonderful work from home days. This space also works perfectly as a media center if you love a quiet place to listen to music or watch your favorite classic movies.


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Modern Farmhouse Style with Contemporary Elements

Builders known to be experienced constructing this home include:

T.H.E. Remodel Group Tualatin, OR 5038691290
US Log and Timber Dallas, TX 7703632715
Green Construction Holmes Builders Chicago, IL 7738957818
J.T. Roth Construction Portland, OR 5036392639
Chilton Custom Homes Woodland, WA 3609980462
(find more builders in our Builder Directory)

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