Dogtrot-inspired 'Kingsbridge' is a modern farmhouse for the Pacific Northwest
Reining from the south, the dogtrot house plan offers a unique feature: an open breezeway that runs through the middle of the house separating living areas while still being under one roof.
The Kingsbridge draws inspiration from this rare home style. The floor plan is fully enclosed, but a birds-eye view of the floor plan shows wide yet short hallways clearly separating out the different living areas.
Wrapped in a batt and board exterior, from the street view the Kingsbridge offers a stunning modern farmhouse exterior. A covered patio wraps around two sides of the great room offering ample space for those who enjoy the outdoors.
Recessed from the great room wing is the entry. A small and understated porch and a double front door greet visitors. Inside the entry hall feels grand. Drawing on the dogtrot style the double entry door is mirrored on the back wall of the entry hall opening this transition to the outdoors.
To the right of the entry is the vaulted great room. Living, dining, and kitchen are seamless, and the space is naturally bright from the rich display of windows along two walls. A fireplace is centered along one wall of the great room and can be enjoyed throughout the space.
The center of the Kingsbridge is where all three bedrooms are. The owners’ suite fills one side of the wing and boasts a large walk-in closet and private bathroom with soaking tub, walk-in shower, and dual vanities. Opposite the owners’ suite are two secondary bedrooms which share a well-appointed full bathroom.
At the end of the bedroom wing another set of French doors opens to another dogtrot-inspired transition. At the end is the laundry room which offers a pass-through design to the attached two car garage allowing the space to double as a mud hall. Off the utility room are two flex rooms which could be furnished as home offices, guest rooms, hobby spaces or whatever else suits.
The Kingsbridge 31-162 is created by Associated Designs, Inc.’s talented team of residential home designers. To learn more about this design visit www.AssociatedDesigns.com.