4 Bedroom House Plans & Home Designs | Celebration Homes. Lose study at front door just have generous hall entry with massive coat/shoe cpbd. Turn cinema into lovely big library/reading room. Lose middle bedroom at top of plan. Cut in either side to give generous walk in closets and create a study nook. Perfect!
Plan 500001VV: Craftsman Keeper with Beds (and Laundry) Upstairs
Introducing Architectural Designs House Plan 500001VV. This 4 bed Craftsman gives you all the beds upstairs - and puts the laundry there as well - leaving the downstairs for gathering with family and friends. Ready when you are. Where do YOU want to build? Specs-at-a-glance 4 beds 3.5 baths 3,500+ sq. ft.
The Edencrest by David Weekley Homes in Encore is a 2 bedroom, 2 bath floorplan that features an open kitchen and family room layout, a large owners retreat with tray ceilings and a private lanai. Custom home upgrades include an extended lanai, a shower in the master bathroom or a 3 car garage.
Plan 500011VV: 5 Bed Craftsman with Board and Batten Siding and 2 Porches
Architectural Designs Craftsman House Plan 500011VV with board and batten siding and 2 porches it is the warm and inviting home you've been looking for. Inside you get 5 beds, an open 1st floor design w/ 4 bedrooms an office and play room on the 2nd floor. Over 4100 square feet of heated living space. Ready when you are. Where do YOU want to build?
Contemporary Prairie Style Southwest House Plan 41109
House Plan 41109 | Total living area: 2158 sq ft, 4 bedrooms & 3.5 bathrooms. Plan features include a family-friendly mud room with a catch-all cabinet, bench and locker set and a large walk-in pantry in the kitchen.
Why not make your living space more sociable by connecting the kitchen with the living room. Remove that wall in-between the two rooms to create a fluid open plan solution. Embrace a place where friends and family can gather, entertain and work in as well as a space where you show off your personality. Find out more about our kitchen solutions at IKEA.co.uk.
Like the concept of the kitchen being open to family areas, but having the "scullery" room more enclosed for messier activities. Saw a chef's home recently here in the states, and she did the same thing. Had sinks in both areas, but the big sink and dishwashers were in the scullery/pantry. Don't like seeing the bar stools from the entry.