It’s not what you’ve got; it’s how you use it. These four plans offer streamlined layouts with a minimum of dead spaces like extra hallways and little-used formal rooms. Instead, your buyers get hardworking, highly functional layouts.

Space Where it Matters


Here's a sweet home that uses every square foot well. A single hallway joins the three bedrooms (a fourth bedroom or study sits near the entry). The living room, dining space, and kitchen flow into one another with ease. Kids and adults alike will appreciate the kitchen's handy snack counter. There's no skimping in the master suite, where buyers will delight in two walk-in closets, a full private bathroom, and even a small sitting nook next to the window. See more images, information, and the floor plan.

Minimal Transitional Spaces


Who knew you could do so much with 1,420 square feet? This smart layout fits in a central living room, a roomy island kitchen (complete with a separate snack bar!), a dining nook, three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and even a study. The master suite boasts a private bathroom and two closets.  Hallways and other transitional spaces are kept to a minimum so that space is concentrated where it'll be used the most. Another convenient detail: the garage opens directly into the kitchen area for easy unloading of groceries. See more images, information, and the floor plan.

Double Duty


Even the amenities are hardworking in this one-story home: the fireplace is a two-way model that warms both the great room and study. Living spaces are open and relaxed, with space for meals at the kitchen's island and in the dining nook. Alone in the left side, the master suite showcases a walk-in closet and a bathroom with a double bowl vanity, separate shower, and whirlpool tub. Two more bedrooms share a full bath on the opposite side. See more images, information, and the floor plan.

Room for Later


Of course, even a streamlined layout should give customers what they want. Some buyers desire a formal dining room, and this plan provides it. Or, close off this space to create a study or media room. Living spaces revolve around the fireplace-warmed great room and the kitchen, where a snack bar offers casual seating. The master suite offers access to the rear porch. On the opposite side of the homes, two bedrooms share another full bath. Bonus space above the garage lets buyers expand later. See more images, information, and the floor plan.