This two-story luxury home plan has plenty of storage space to keep a busy family organized. In addition to a three-car plus attached garage and walk-in basement, there are walk-in closets, built-ins, a cedar closet off the upstairs bathroom, a dining room butler’s pantry and lockers in the vestibule between the garage and main house. The homeowners can enjoy the convenience of a second floor laundry, a wet bar in the master suite and separate tub and shower in the master bath. Family togetherness is accommodated in the eat-in kitchen featuring a built- in snack bar island, the spacious family room with an open two-story ceiling and a comfortable screen room with a fireplace. There is also space for individual activities. There is a private deck off of the main bedroom, desks for homework in the two secondary bedrooms and a room on the main floor that can be made into a den, music room or office. This house has a beautiful covered porch supported by columns atop stone pedestals, inviting for both the inhabitants and guests alike. View floor plans and details about this family-oriented Craftsman home design.
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From the multi-material façade to the flared porch column and exposed rafter tails, this ranch home plan exudes Craftsman styling lending stunning curb appeal. Beyond the covered front porch, you’ll find a floor plan flexible enough for a growing family and suitable for retired couples who enjoy entertaining and look forward to the kids and grandkids coming home for the holidays. To the left of the entry, stylish columns define the formal dining room while maintaining openness with the great room. Together, these two spaces create an entertainment area for special occasions. The great room showcases a central fireplace flanked with windows and a vaulted ceiling which continues over the breakfast nook and kitchen adding a sense of spaciousness. Special appointments pleasing the chef include a cooking island with snack bar and built-in menu desk. And for the grill master, double doors open to the rear deck offering a great place to fire up the grill. You’ll also appreciate this outdoor living space for conversation and just plain relaxing with family and friends. The laundry room and 2-car garage complete the left side of the home. Reserved for peace and quiet, the right side of the home holds your master suite and the cozy den, which easily converts to an extra bedroom when company arrives. Fine appointments will pamper you at the end of the day in your private retreat. Notice the vaulted ceiling, private deck access and refreshing salon bath. The finished lower level provides room for the kids or grandkids to roam in the comfortable recreation room. Don’t miss access to the outdoors. The walkout basement design makes this home suitable for a sloping lot. Bedrooms 3 and 4 share a full bath. Now take a look at the bonus room. It is waiting for your creative touch and could easily be used as a sewing room, exercise area or something else you might desire. Designed for flexibility, this Craftsman house plan is sure to appeal to a broad range of home buyers.
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Rooted in the Arts and Crafts movement, Craftsman house plans have been popular for generations. While they are available in a vast range of sizes and can be one or two levels, these home designs are sought after for their sturdy construction and easy living floor plans. Craftsman house plans appeal to a wide variety of home buyers and display unmistakable characteristics that can be recognized both from the exterior and interior of the home. Below is a list of some of the easily identifiable characteristics you’ll find with Craftsman home plans:
- Multi-material façade (a combination of local natural materials such as stone, brick, siding, and cedar shakes)
- Wide and deep front porch
- Flared, tapered or square porch columns atop stone pediments/pedestals
- Low-pitched roof
- Wide, overhanging eaves
- Exposed beams, rafters or rafter tails
- Triangular brackets in the eaves
- Shed dormers
- Decorative details
- Rustic styling
- Appearance of handcrafted workmanship
- Open floor plan with few hallways
- Make use of every square inch of living space
- Built-in shelving, cabinets, and seating
- Extensive use of dark wood and wood moldings and trim
- Extensive use of windows
- Some windows of stained or leaded glass
- Beamed ceilings
- Stone fireplace and chimney
- Use local, natural materials
While Craftsman home plans can be as small as a cottage or an impressive luxury home, they all display as least some of the features characteristics mentioned above. They are closely related to Northwestern style designs and bungalows. Browse our collection of Craftsman house plans now.