Two gabled wings balance the elegant central form which features a
shed dormer above the gabled entrance porch.
Inside, a two-story center hall opens on the left and right to formal
living and dining rooms. To the rear, the kitchen, breakfast nook, and
family room form an open, flowing space that extends the width of the
house. A fireplace sits against the far wall of the family room while
French doors and a bay window open onto a rear deck.
A short hall leads past the great room to a powder room and to the
master suite, secluded from the rest of the first floor with its own
view of the back lawn. Off the master bedroom are two large walk-in
closets, a sitting room with French doors leading into it, and a master
bath with dual sinks, a glass shower, and an oversize tub.
The attached mudroom wing with a laundry area and powder room offers
a convenient rear entrance into the kitchen. A back stair leads up to
a large bonus room above the garage.
A main staircase with an open balustrade leads up to a second-floor
hall which overlooks the entrance below. This floor contains a study,
three bedrooms and a bathroom.
The classic1-1/2 story Cape form conveys a timeless charm, and the
Dartmouth offers the convenience of a second mudroom entrance. Plans
for this house have been carefully drawn and include authentic details.
The layout combines a smooth flow and an efficient use of space. All
of the rooms have large windows and will accommodate optimal furniture
You can order the stock house plan or configure it to meet your personal
specifications with the Original Home Plan Tool. The Plan Tool offers
many options, such as a bonus room or an additional bedroom above the
garage. The house can expand from 2 to 3½ baths and from 4 to
7 bedrooms. Other interior options include additional closets, a choice
of kitchen layouts, a cathedral ceiling in the master bedroom, a private
master bath WC, and an optional child’s bedroom adjacent to the
You can also raise the first floor ceiling to 9 feet, choose between
a 2- or 3-car garage, and place the garage doors in the front or side
of the house. On the exterior, change the siding to clapboard, stucco,
shingles, or brick. Choose from several front porch and dormer options
to create your own original design.