Oakley House Plan – BP17001


Total heated sq ft: 1,960

1st Floor sq ft: 1,295
2nd Floor sq ft: 665
Unfinished sq ft: N/A

Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 3 full 1 half
Garage: N/A

Width: 35′-0″
Depth: 44′-0″
Height: 24′-3″

1st floor ceiling: 9′-0″
2nd floor ceiling: 8′-0″

Roof Pitch: 8/12
Exterior Wall Framing: 2×4

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Our Oakley house plan is a classic American style bungalow house plan. This is a narrow lot home plan design at thirty five feet wide, but it has plenty of room for the whole family. This design is perfect for an infill home in established historic areas or in the suburbs. The Oakley is a one and a half story house plan with 4 bedrooms, 3 full bathrooms, and 1 half bath.

Oakley house plan first floor

The front of the bungalow style home has a covered porch that stretches the entire width of the house. This is an inviting feature for guest and neighbors. The first floor of the Oakley is designed to be open, yet free flowing. Upon entry you will land in a great room of sorts, which encompass the family and dining rooms. It features a fireplace and has over 460 square feet of space. Beyond this grand room you will find the kitchen located at the back of the home. It features and island with seating for 3 to 4 that overlook the dining and family rooms.

The master bedroom is also on the first floor. It covers the left half of the floor plan and has a private master bedroom and large walk-in closet. Adjacent to the kitchen is a walk-in pantry, powder room, and laundry room.

Oakley second floor plan

Access to the second floor is available off of the kitchen. On this floor there are three secondary bedrooms. Bedroom number two has a walk-in closet and a private bathroom. Bedroom number three also has a walk-in closet, but it shares access to a hall bathroom with bedroom number four. Multiple accesses to the attic provide ample storage space.

The house plans of the Oakley is a great choice for a narrow lot property. This bungalow styled home can function well as an infill house in just about any established neighborhood of historic character. Likewise, it can also serve as a great get-away cabin for the family.

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