(Note: This site plan is conceptual and is intended to illustrate a typical siting of this home design. Actual building sites vary based on lot size, lot shape, orientation, and natural features.)
In classic shingle style fashion, Bucks Harbor flows outward into a series of garden rooms creating seamless indoor/outdoor living.
Approaching the house, the first outdoor room one encounters is a welcoming courtyard space set in the nook of the L-shaped plan.
Upon entering the home, one discovers that the entry hall, great room, dining room, and den all connect directly to a large rear terrace that has a sunny central section flanked by two covered porches.
The kitchen and breakfast bay open to a side yard which could feature a small garden or, in wider lots, could be the perfect spot for a swimming pool, play area, or tennis court.
On the opposite side of the house, there’s even an opportunity for an outdoor fireplace terrace that could serve as a private retreat with views to the rear lawn.
The garage at Bucks Harbor can be adjusted to face in any direction and can be upgraded to three cars.
SIMILAR SHINGLE STYLE PLANS
See Bucks Harbor mirror image plan
1st Floor Plan
Like a true shingle style house, Bucks Harbor has a layout which is both modern in its open flow and traditional in its strongly defined rooms. The primary rooms have french doors with transoms and huge 7′-6″ tall windows that fill the spaces with natural light and encourage easy flow to outdoor rooms. First floor ceilings are an airy 10′-3″ high which, along with the oversized windows, will give your new home a truly stately feel.
The large great room forms the heart of Bucks Harbor and, through wide openings, connects to the kitchen, formal dining room, and a covered terrace. Across the front hall, a cozy den features a fireplace and its own covered terrace. Back towards the street, a spacious mudroom and laundry room ensure a well-functioning household.
One or both of the covered porch can be outfitted with removable glass or screen panels or with motorized screens.
|Entry:||7′-0″ x 23′-0″|
|Stair Hall:||13′-6″ x 8′-4″|
|Den:||17′-0″ x 14′-6″|
|Great room:||17′-0″ x 23′-0″|
|Dining room:||16′-6″ x 16′-8″|
|Bar/Pantry:||6′-0″ x 14′-2″|
|Kitchen:||19′-2″ x 18′-8″|
|Breakfast:||4′-9″ x 11′-0″|
|Mudroom||15′-4″ x 7′-0″|
|Laundry Room:||7′-6″ x 16′-2″|
|Powder Room||3′-1″ x 7′-8″|
|Mudroom Bath:||3′-7″ x 6′-5″|
|2-Car Garage||21′-0″ x 23′-0″|
2nd Floor Plan
Bucks Harbor has large windows and 9′-0″ ceilings throughout the second floor. As an option, any space can be made taller with a cathedral ceiling.
The large master bedroom has a fireplace and walk-out deck. It also features a bathroom with both tub and shower and two large walk-in closets, one of which has a window.
There are four additional bedroom all of which are generously scaled. Two of those bedrooms have en suite baths and one has its own large deck. The remaining two bedrooms have easy access to a shared bath. Either of these bedrooms could be used as a large home office.
|Master Bedroom:||23′-0″ x 17′-0″|
|Master Dressing:||7′-3″ x 18′-8″|
|Master Bath:||10′-6″ x 14′-3″|
|Bedroom 2:||17′-0″ x 14′-8″|
|Bath 2:||7′-7″ x 9′-5″|
|Bedroom 3:||16′-8″ x 18′-0″|
|Bath 3:||10′-0″ x 8′-0″|
|Bedroom 4:||14′-4″ x 15′-8″|
|Bath 4:||9′-0″ x 7′-0″|
|Bedroom 5:||14′-4″ x 15′-8″|
|Wood Deck 1:||14'-8" x 14'-8"|
|Wood Deck 2:||14'-8" x 14'-8"|
Note: In some localities, full basements are standard while in others, crawl spaces, or slabs on grade prevail. Drawings sets are available with any of these three options. Full basements can be left unfinished or can be fully finished. The layout at right is just one possible basement layout. There are many other possibilities which can typically be worked out with your contractor during construction.
Bucks Harbor is shown here with 1275 square feet of finished space including a large playroom, a bar, an exercise room, a bathroom, and an optional fireplace.
Full basements on this website are detailed with numerous full height windows, filling the space with natural light and making it feel anything but underground.
Bucks Harbor is shown with four large basement windows and additional windows are possible if more finished space is desired. A walk-out basement with french doors is also possible for sloping sites.