New House Plan With Laundry Connected to Master Closet

New House Plan With Laundry Connected to Master Closet

Enter into the foyer of New House Plan 52020 and find a wide-open floor plan. Homebuyers will choose this plan because it offers a split floorplan among 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. Total living area is 2,026 square feet, and that doesn’t even include the 542 square foot 2 car, angled garage. Spend time outside on the back screened porch. It offers a stone floor, vaulted ceiling, and outdoor fireplace where you can warm your hands while relaxing on a chilly fall evening.

New House Plan With Angled Garage

New House Plan 52020 displays a floor plan with great angles. Firstly, notice the 2 car angled garage as you arrive. The angled garage gives this home plan a little something extra when it comes to style. Plus, white painted cedar shingle siding is a modern take on craftsman design. The arched double front door and decorated eaves bring in more interest to the handsome front elevation.

Secondly, those angles continue as you enter the home from the garage. The hallway begins with a convenient bench where you can leave boots and sneakers. You know, cut down on the clutter that enters the house. Slide back the barn style door to reveal an office alcove with built-in desk. The angled hallway ahead is a great way to soften the passageway and save space. We love that there are no hard angles.

Master Closet Connected to the Laundry Room

Thirdly, those angles help create usable space in the master closet. Mom and Dad seem to have their own wing of the house. Add a little height with the tray ceiling. It makes this 14′ x 16′ bedroom look even bigger. Open the double doors to access a master bath. Enjoy a garden tub on one end, lots of space between the double sinks, private toilet room, and separate walk-in shower. All of this just leads up to the best part—the huge walk-in closet is connected to the laundry room.

Trekking across the house, we step into a wonderful open floor plan among the great room, kitchen, foyer, and dining room. The ceiling is what defines the spaces. Add beams to visually outline the borders of each room. Continue into the children’s bedroom area, and we find two that are almost equal in size. The kids share the guest bathroom. Lastly, the occupant of bedroom 3 has a back door exit to the patio.

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