This barn design features 9 horse stall and spacious tack room. There is even a stall with a garage door for easy storage for utility vechicals. This barn also has 667 square feet of living space. The bedroom has a walk-in closet and full bathroom, which can also be accessed from the barn. There is also a full kitchen.
Gracefully arched windows and intriguing custom brick work draw eyes to this classic house plan. A vaulted sewing room and a vaulted office are up front, while the spacious kitchen, dining room and vaulted living room flow together at the rear. The luxurious owners’ suite boasts a huge walk-in closet and well-appointed bathroom.
The second story living area of the Glenview design takes in the beautiful views of the Oregon Coast. The photographs were provided by the owner Roxie C., "people LOVE this floor plan (including me!)."
The footprint of this contemporary vacation home plan allows it to fit neatly on a narrow lot. Atypically, the generously windowed family gathering spaces are on the second level. A gas fireplace brightens and warms the living room, opposite the dining room and a kitchen with a conversation bar.
Wooden railings and posts rim the wide porch that fronts this handsome vacation cabin home plan. Natural light washes into a vaulted great room that's open to a dining room and a kitchen with a work island and eating bar. Light spills into the counter/cabinet-lined mud hall that links the utility room with the expansive three-car garage.
The combination of openness, economy and contemporary features in this small Craftsman/ranch house plan will appeal to both empty nesters and young families. Its living room, dining room and kitchen flow together in one large, naturally bright space at the rear. Owners’ suite amenities include a roomy walk-in closet, and a two-section bathroom.
This design was constructed by Rick Dupuy of Oak Hill Construction and won "Best Overall Home" in the 2006 Maryville-Alcoa Parade of Homes. The homeowner supplied us with these wonderful photographs of the construction and the finished home. As you will see in the photos, the views from this house are breathtaking.
Modifications to this Georgian house plan include: making the master bath larger and changed the layout, added 2 feet to the width through the formal dining room and kitchen, changed the kitchen layout, added a wetbar, coffered the ceiling in the great room, and changed the screened porch to a full season sunroom.
This is a great example of starting with a pre-designed home plan and modifying the plan to create the home of your dreams.
Many thanks to Mr. W for sending these great photographs!
Rick Dupuy, Oak Hill Construction, 1016 Peterson Ln., Maryville TN 37803
Compact sizing make this charming Craftsman bungalow house plan equally alluring to young families and empty nesters. Light spills into the wide open family gathering space at the rear. In the kitchen, the generous supply of work surfaces invites family and friends to combine culinary efforts. The owners' suite has more amenities than one might expect.
We are excited and honored to have our Pacifica 30-686 (aka The Summit) design featured on this year's Portland Oregon Street of Dreams. Built by Westlake Development on Mt. Scott in Portland Oregon, this house plan captured the amazing views that the hillside building lot had to offer.
Westlake's Gerald Rowlett said the feedback from visitors of this years' tour was very positive. Comments heard from visitors were "I could see myself living in this house", "A home I could kick my feet up in", and "comfortable, livable home". People really appreciated the way the home captured the view also saying how much they loved tub in the owners' suite, "I'd never leave that bathtub", said one person.
The front entrance was serene and inviting, featuring 3 waterfalls that flowed beneath the walkway to a pond nestled between the garage and porch area. Pro Landscaping of Oregon won the Realtors choice "Best Landscaping" for this years tour!
Entering this sprawling Craftsman-style lodge, you step into a breath-taking vaulted great room, richly windowed at the rear. An unusually long, multi-angled eating bar marks the kitchen’s boundary, while a fireplace and home entertainment center line the opposite wall. The deluxe owners’ suite boasts a double-wide walk-in closet.
A welcoming front porch wraps across the front and around the side of this charming country house plan. Inside, the vaulted entry opens into a spacious, bayed living room. At the rear, an abundance of natural light washes into the vaulted family room, nook and kitchen through skylights and wide windows.
*Note: the following photos are a modified version of the Ann Arbor design and are not an actual representation of the plan details.
Those of you who have been following the progress of the Bailey 30-262 and the Adkins 30-197 can now view photos of the finished house. Both of these house plans were constructed by Steven W Johnson Construction, Inc. of Eugene, Oregon.
To view the blogroll on the Bailey 30-262 click here.
To view the blogroll on the Adkins 30-197 click here.
An extensive array of shared spaces fills the core and left side of this cottage house plan; bedrooms line up along the right. The generously sized living room is fully open to the vaulted nook, and visually open to the kitchen. The kitchen has a wealth of counters and cabinets, including a central cook-top work island and a roomy corner pantry.
This traditional garage plan has a large shop in the back. Both garage doors are 9' wide and 8' deep. This garage also has the abilitity to be attached to a house with a covered walk way.