This L-shaped plan encloses an inviting courtyard between the three-car
garage and the entry porch.
A classic two-story center entrance hall steps out slightly from the
rest of the façade. Inside, the hall opens on the left and right
to a formal living and dining room and at the far end into a large kitchen.
The kitchen, breakfast nook, and family room form an open, flowing space
that extends the width of the house. The family-room ceiling rises to
two stories, and a fireplace sits against the far wall; three windows
look out on the deck and the back lawn. The garage entrance provides
convenient access to the kitchen.
A main staircase with an open balustrade leads up to a second-floor
hall wide enough for furniture and open on one side to the hall below
and on the other to the family room. Three large bedrooms sit at the
corners of the house. The large master suite has windows overlooking
the roof and a cathedral ceiling. Tucked into the space above the garage,
a hall leads past walk-in closets to the master bath with dual vanities
and a separate shower and tub. This plan also includes an attic space
The classic, 2-story Colonial form conveys a timeless elegance, and
the Salisbury has a compact form that is easy to build, heat, and maintain.
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
arrangements. 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 an extended master suite
or sitting room above the garage. This house can expand to from 2 to
3½ baths and from 3 to 4 bedrooms. Other interior options include
a choice of kitchen layouts, several master bath upgrades, and alternate
laundry locations. The first and second floor ceilings can be raised
to 9 feet and the main house can be lengthened by up to 4 feet. You
may choose a 2 or 3 car garage and place the doors on the front or side
of your home.
On the exterior, change the siding to clapboard, stucco, shingles, or
brick. Choose from many optional features including porches, roof styles,
and gables to create your own original design.