And Then There Were Three: Yet Another Great Craftsman Floorplan

Jul 15, 2007 |  by  |  House Plans  |  Share

ideahouse And Then There Were Three: Yet Another Great Craftsman FloorplanHere we go again. All of sudden it seems like I can’t help but find new Craftsman home plans that I really love. There are now three plans that we’ll be seriously considering for our dream home. The latest comes from Healthy Home Plans, which has a collection of home plans well worth perusing, including Sarah Susanka‘s “Not So Big House” And Then There Were Three: Yet Another Great Craftsman Floorplan (which funny enough is a bit too big for our taste). The home that caught our attention is called the Idea Home and though it’s a bit larger than we’re looking for (2300-2800sq. ft.) it’s still worth considering. It has all the charm of a classic Craftsman – exposed beams, built-ins, and plenty of millwork details. There are plenty of actual photos from a “live version”of the home which makes me love it even more.
Obviously, deciding which home to build is the first step in the homebuilding process, but I’m a little worried that it may be one of the most difficult to overcome. My guess is that the dollar signs will make the decision for us.



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  1. My husband and I loved that floor plan and it’s still on the list if we wind up building. It was a Cottage Living Idea home (Oct. 2006), so it was actually built and there are options for smaller versions. http://www.cottageliving.com/cottage/homes/article/0,21135,1227097,00.html has links to the video tour, etc. The only thing I was unsure about was the size of the dining area. (I see the original house is for sale now.)

  2. Thanks for the additional info about the home. My wife and I both agree – the dining room is pretty tight. But we love the details in the home. What’s it selling for?

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