Farmhouse House Plan 75167 - 1742 Sq Ft, 3 Bedrooms, 2.5 Bathrooms and a 2 Car Garage
This 3 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom, 1742 square foot Craftsman Farmhouse Plan with bonus room offers future living space upstairs and a relaxing BBQ grilling porch in the rear. Complementing the metal roof is a mixture of stone veneer and white siding. Exposed rafter tails and a swing beckon you to step up to the 6 foot wide wrap-around porch.
For those who like a formal entry, the French doors open to a foyer with a 9' ceiling, and a study is to your left through another set of French doors. This room has a vaulted ceiling and yet another set of French doors which open to the left side of the wrap porch. After working for an hour or two, you will throw open those doors to bask in the outdoor air.
Embellished with exposed beams, the family room's vaulted ceiling adds to the spaciousness that we find in this open floor plan. It will be hard to tear yourself away from the crackling fire in the great stone fireplace, but the double set of French doors will make you feel like you're experiencing the outdoors even from your plush couch!
When it's time to choose the finishes for your kitchen, the sky is the limit. This L-shaped kitchen is finished with stainless steel appliances and shaker-style cabinets. The island is big enough to seat three, and a larger dining space is adjacent to the kitchen.
Around the corner we find a walk-in pantry measuring 6' x 3', a laundry room with folding counter and utility sink, a discreet powder room, entrance to the basement (if chosen over slab), and the exit to the 2 car side load garage.
On the opposite end of the house are the bedrooms. These bedrooms are arranged so that the two children's bedrooms share the full guest bathroom, and they are accessed from the foyer.
The master suite is accessed from the rear of the family room. Mom and Dad will appreciate their privacy. Again we find a set of French doors and a vaulted ceiling, and these features really ramp up the luxury in this bedroom. Of course the ensuite leaves nothing off your wish list. It includes a double vanity, freestanding tub, shower, private water closet, and a walk-in closet measuring 12'9" x 7'8".
After touring the interior of the Craftsman Farmhouse plan, you may think it can't get any better than this! And it does...those beautiful French doors are pointing you outside to the lanai which is a covered porch complete with grilling station. Pictured is a lovely conceptual design for your future dream home's landscape and pool.
When you are ready to expand, you have the option to add 421 square feet upstairs by finishing the bonus room over the garage. With a full bathroom and closet, this would be great rental income, or it could function as a game room.
There are so many options for further expansion because you can choose an inground or even a walkout basement for a sloped lot.
Also see plan #75166 at 1888 sq ft.
1742 Total Living Area 1742 Main Level 421 Bonus Area 3 Bedrooms 2 Full Baths, 1 Half Baths 2 Car Garage 78'3 W x 54'3 D
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Previous Questions and Answers
Q:I'm thinking about purchasing this plan, but not sure some of our furniture fits in the rooms. Is it possible to just get the wall framing plan to do a furniture assessment of the plan? Thanks for the help. Brandon
A:The floor plan artwork on the website is about we can offer without buying the plan.
Date Posted: 30-Mar-21
Q:can you email the full basement layout for this plan
Q:Does it show lumber sizes like rafters and floor joists and 8"reinforced basement walls? Does it include structural framing.
A:We do call out lumber sizes for rafters, floor joists, ceiling joists, hips, valley, ridges, studs etc. and their spacing. We indicate this via ceiling framing, floor framing and roof framing plans.
Our basement walls are shown as 10 CMU.
Date Posted: 11-Nov-20
Q:Do you have a picture of the slab on grade plan for it so we can see how the layout changes to accommodate the mechanical room? We are very interested in this plan and are starting to build in about a month.
A:The mechanical room is attic space. There is no designated mechanical room on the first floor.
Date Posted: 26-Oct-20
Q:This house we like the square ft doesn’t add up to the outside dimensions. I don’t want to pay for plans if this is not correct.
A:1742 SF is the “heated area”. Which is the standard used by everyone in the industry. It does not include porches or garage. That would be considered “covered area”.
Date Posted: 02-Jun-20
Q:What is the total square footage under roof?
A:3104 SF (including all porches, bonus and garage).
Date Posted: 12-May-20
Q:Would the 2x6 exterior walls be 16” or 24” centers?
A:We call for 16”centers.
Date Posted: 06-May-20
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