Introducing a stunning one-level Craftsman home plan, featuring 2,291 heated square feet of living space, perfect for those who appreciate a blend of style and functionality. This beautiful home boasts 3 spacious bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms, vaulted spaces and a drive-under garage. The exterior showcases the charm of Craftsman architecture with multiple large windows that not only allow an abundance of natural light but also provide picturesque views if placed on a lot with scenic surroundings.

Home Details:
– 2,291 Heated sq. ft.
– 3 Bedrooms
– 2 Bathrooms
– Vaulted great room
– Oversized kitchen with island, eating bar and pantry
– Drive-under garage (598 sq. ft., 2 cars)
– Mudroom with closets and drop zone

Types of Lots it could go on:
This Craftsman home plan is ideal for sloping lots or lots with walkout basements due to its lower level garage and mudroom design. It can also be well-suited for narrow lots as it has a width of just under 70 feet.

MLS Listing:
Property Type: Single Family Home
Price: [Enter Price]
Location: [Enter Location]

Welcome to this exquisite one-level Craftsman home featuring an impressive floor plan spread across 2,291 heated square feet. The property includes three generously sized bedrooms, two full bathrooms, vaulted spaces and a drive-under garage that can accommodate two cars. The open-concept layout offers an inviting atmosphere in the great room while the oversized kitchen is equipped with modern amenities such as an island, eating bar and pantry. Enjoy the convenience of the mudroom right outside the garage which includes closets and a drop zone for easy organization.

This charming home is nestled within [Enter Neighborhood] and offers breathtaking views from its large windows making it perfect for those who appreciate both style and comfort in their living space.

Don’t miss the opportunity to make this stunning Craftsman home yours. Schedule a viewing today!


Finish Out Options and Costs:

1. Flooring:
a. Hardwood flooring – $8 to $25 per sq. ft. (including installation)
b. Laminate flooring – $3 to $10 per sq. ft. (including installation)
c. Tile flooring – $5 to $15 per sq. ft. (including installation)
d. Carpet – $3 to $8 per sq. ft. (including installation)

2. Kitchen Countertops:
a. Granite countertops – $50 to $200 per sq.ft.
b.Quartz countertops – $50 to 120 per sq.ft.
c.Laminate countertops – 20$-60$per sq.ft.

3.Bathroom Finishes:
a.Standard bathroom fixtures (sink, toilet, shower/tub combo) -$1500-$5000
b.Upgraded bathroom fixtures (double vanity, walk-in shower, freestanding tub) -$5000-$15,000

4.Kitchen Appliances Package:
a.Basic package (refrigerator, range/oven, dishwasher) -$2000-$5000
b.Upgraded package (stainless steel appliances, cooktop with separate oven, premium dishwasher) -$5000-$12,000

5.Interior Paint:
a.Standard paint job for walls and ceilings -$1-$3 per square foot
b.Premium paint job with designer colors and finishes -$2-$6 per square foot

6.Exterior Paint or Siding:
a.Vinyl siding -$4-$9 per square foot
b.Fiber cement siding(HardiePlank)-$6-12$per square foot
c.Wood siding or clapboard -$7-14$per square foot

7.Window Treatments:
a.Basic blinds or shades- 40$-100$
b.Custom blinds or shades- 100$-300$

8.Lighting Fixtures:
a.Standard lighting package (recessed lights, ceiling fans, chandeliers) -$1500-$5000
b.Upgraded lighting package (LED lights, designer fixtures, smart home integration) -$5000-$15,000

a.Basic landscaping package (sod installation, mulch beds, small trees/shrubs) -$3000-$10,000
b.Premium landscaping package (irrigation system, retaining walls, water features) -$10,000-$30,000

Please note that these costs are approximate and can vary based on location and specific choices. It is always best to get multiple quotes from local contractors to determine the most accurate pricing for your area.


Based on the provided information, here is a list of materials needed to build the house:

1. Concrete for footings and foundation
2. Reinforcing steel bars for foundation
3. Concrete blocks or poured concrete walls for basement (if applicable)
4. 2×6 lumber for exterior walls
5. 2×4 lumber for interior walls
6. Roof trusses or rafters, depending on framing type
7. Roof sheathing (plywood or OSB)
8. Roofing material (asphalt shingles, metal roofing, etc.)
9. House wrap and insulation for exterior walls
10. Insulation for interior walls and ceilings (as required by local building codes)
11. Drywall or other wall covering material for interior walls and ceilings
12. Exterior siding material (wood, vinyl, fiber cement, etc.)
13- Exterior trim materials (wood, PVC, etc.)
14. Windows and exterior doors
15. Interior doors and hardware
16. Flooring materials (hardwood, tile, carpet, etc.)
17- Kitchen cabinetry and countertops
18- Appliances (range/oven, refrigerator, dishwasher)
19- Plumbing fixtures (sinks, faucets, toilets, showers/tubs)
20- Electrical wiring and components (switches, outlets)
21- Lighting fixtures and ceiling fans
22- HVAC system components (furnace/air handler unit(s), ductwork/vents)
23- Garage door(s) with opener(s)
24- Paints or stains for interior/exterior surfaces

Please note that this list is not exhaustive but provides a general overview of the main materials needed to build the house according to the provided plan details.

Author: fr33d0m