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Quintessential Farmhouse

Plan ID Number: EK-028

Designed by: Ed Kriskywicz
Construction Design


Square Footage

Total living area: 4,121
Total with basement: 6,227
Main Level:2,496
Upper Level:1,625
Footprint: More Information 70' 6" W x 45' 0" D


Bedrooms: 5
Bathrooms: 3.5
Master suite: Main Floor


Levels: 2
Parking: Garage
Number of car stalls: 3
House Height: More Information 30' 0"
Ceiling Heights: More Information
Basement 9' 0"
Main level 9' 0"
Upper level 8' 0"
Vaulted Ceilings in the: More Information


  • In-Law Unit
  • Wraparound Porch
  • Attic Storage
  • Office
  • Vaulted Ceiling
  • Upper Reading Area
  • Elevator
  • Bay Windows


The front covered porch wraps around the entire house (excluding a portion of one side where the garage is attached), providing abundant space to sit out and enjoy the outdoor views in all four directions! The entry foyer has a two–story vaulted ceiling and two large coat closets. To the left off the foyer, is a door to a private office/bedroom that has bay windows on two walls, providing abundant natural light and views. It also has a walk–in closet. To the right off the foyer there is a formal dining room with a bay window looking out to the front, and a door opening to the kitchen for direct access. Straight ahead, after passing beneath a lowered ceiling supporting a bridge on the upper level, is the gathering room. This open space features a dramatic two–story ceiling, and picture windows at the second floor level that bring in additional light and views. A two–sided stone fireplace is shared with the master bedroom that is located on the other side.

The open kitchen features an angled island between it and both the gathering area and an eating nook. The nook has a bay with windows and a glazed door that walks out to the rear porch. An opening next to the eating area leads to a hall that accesses a walk–in pantry, a powder room, an optional elevator, and a door to the oversized two–car garage. The hall opens up to a mudroom with room for lockers and a bench, which accesses a large laundry/utility room. The laundry room has a door that opens onto the front covered porch, providing a secondary entrance.

The master suite is located on the opposite side of the house, next to the gathering room. The master bedroom is kept warm from the two–sided fireplace, and it features a large bay window looking out to and beyond the rear porch. The generous–sized master bath has a private toilet room, a tub, a separate shower, two vanity sinks, and a long walk–in closet.

Upstairs, a bridge connecting the left and right sides of the upper floor looks down to the entry foyer and the gathering rooms below, and even has outdoor views to the rear with the second–level picture windows in the gathering room. To the left is a short hallway with a four–door linen closet and doors to each of two bedrooms that share a large bath with a private toilet room for each bedroom. The bedrooms each have a walk–in closet, and a sunny dormer space that would make an ideal desk nook. To the right there is a full bath and two more bedrooms, each with a dormer nook. A large elevator lobby has space for furniture, and would make an excellent reading area with the windows that face the front and back. If an elevator is not needed, this space could be a recreation room. A door in this space accesses an unfinished attic space with a flat ceiling down the center and sloping ceilings on either side.

This plan set includes an optional unfinished basement, as well as a basement design that offers an additional one–car garage, and the flexibility to be used as either a complete in–law apartment, or as a recreation/entertainment area with guest bedrooms. As drawn, it includes two bedrooms, an open recreation or living room with a fireplace and space for dining, a kitchen, and a full bath. There is also a 21–foot long pantry(!), a lobby for the elevator, a mechanical room, and tons of storage space. Because of the slope of the original site, windows look out to the back and side, and a door on each wall leads to the exterior.

The plans for this home call for insulated concrete form (ICF) exterior walls. However, they can easily be changed to 2x6 stud walls by your builder or a design professional. Be sure to confirm this with your builder prior to purchasing the plans.

In–Law Unit
All that's really necessary is to remove the wall between bedroom 6 and 7 (or not, if it's an older couple who prefer two bedrooms). There's ground level access if you build on a sloping lot, a one–car garage, and an elevator to the upper levels.

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