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Mascord House Plan 22219A: The Bayliss
The Bayliss

Plan 22219A

Mascord House Plan 22219A: The Bayliss

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Plan 22219A - The Bayliss - Modern Farmhouse with Open Layout

Main Floor Plan

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Upper Floor Plan

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A Walk Through The Bayliss

True to its farmhouse style, the Bayliss gives you the old-fashioned charm that you’ve been looking for. It starts with the front porch, where you’ll be unable to resist decorating with a couple of comfortable chairs and hanging baskets of flowers. This porch is made not only to welcome you home day after day, but to invite your guests inside, where they’ll be greeted by a two-story foyer that leads into the massive open living space.

Here, the great room, kitchen and dining room are all in one space so that you’ll always have a clear view of the family. And of the outdoors, too. Windows and doors across the back of this space make it so that you can see the rolling countryside behind your home. With a fireplace in the great room, this area will encourage you to snuggle up with hot chocolate in the winter.

In the summer, you’ll venture outdoors to enjoy the fresh air from the vaulted outdoor living space. As with the front porch, the Bayliss’s farmhouse design lends a sense of traditional comfort to this area, which makes it the perfect place to build the outdoor kitchen you’ve always wanted or simply arrange comfortable furniture so that you have a place to relax surrounded by nature.

This floor also features lots of great amenities. A large utility room waits between the garage and the living space. This is not only a mudroom where you can kick off boots and shoes, but also the laundry room, complete with counters and a utility sink to handle sorting, folding and cleanup jobs, too. Just past this room, a walk-in pantry gives you a place to unload all of those heavy grocery bags after a long shopping trip. There’s an office on this floor, too, one that features built-in bookshelves and windows overlooking the porch—organization and breeziness in one functional space.

The Bayliss’s master suite gives you lots of luxury. With its own private patio, you’ll find yourself tempted to slip outside and stargaze on warm summer evenings. The master bath builds on this sense of comfort with both a tiled shower and a spa tub. The choice will be yours whether you feel the need for a hot, soothing bath or a refreshing shower. And, just off the bath, you’ll have access to two walk-in closets, one for you and one for your partner, which helps keep both of you organized.

Your children will have the home’s upper floor all to themselves. A lofted hall above the great room and foyer gives them a beautiful view into the rest of the home, and each of their bedrooms features walk-in closets and built-in storage so that they’ll have handy places for all of their clothes and toys. The bathroom on this floor features his-and-hers sinks so that they won’t have to argue about who gets to use the sink first in the morning. This floor also has an enormous bonus room that gives you lots of possibilities. It can serve as a play space for the kids, or with the skylights letting in the sunshine, you may just find that it’s an ideal space for a studio or some other creative pursuit.

Home Details

Heated Space

  • Upper Floor

    715 SqFt
  • Main Floor

    1777 SqFt
  • Sub-Total

    2492 SqFt
  • Bonus

    + 481 SqFt

Beds and Baths

  • Bedrooms

  • Full Baths

  • Half Baths

  • Floors


Exterior Dimensions


  • Garage Bays

    2 Car Garage
  • Garage Area

    699 SqFt
  • Garage Location

  • Garage Orientation



  • Roof Framing

  • Roof Material

    Shake/Comp Roof
  • Snowload

    25 lb/sf
  • Wall Framing

    2 x 6
  • Main Roof Pitch



This home features in our Farmhouse plans collection. Farmhouse is a general term for the main house of a farm. It is a type of building or house which serves a residential purpose in a rural or agricultural setting. Most often, the surrounding environment will be a farm. Many farm houses are shaped like a T. The perpendicular section is referred to as the ell. Architectural styles vary, but very often they are of Cape Cod design. In general styles vary from region to region, but more often the style is simplistic so to serve the needs (and the budget) of the owners.

Modern Farmhouse

Modern farmhouse style homes are a type of architectural design that combines traditional farmhouse elements with modern design elements. These homes often have a warm and cozy feel, and are designed to be functional and welcoming.

This plan is based upon another design - 22219
  • Added 2 SqFt to finished area
Check out the details for Plan 22219 here.

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