Pendleton Craftsman Style Home

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Total Above-ground living area 3726
  Main Level 1778
  Upper Level 1948
Lower level living area  
The dimensions shown are for the house only (indicating the smallest area needed to build). They do not include the garage, porches, or decks, unless they are an integral part of the design.
47.667 W x 56 D


Above-ground bedrooms 4
Above-ground bathrooms 4
Master suite Upper
Lower-level bedrooms 0
Lower-level bathrooms 0


Stories 2
Parking garage
Number of stalls 2
House height    
Traditionally, the overall height of a house is determined by measuring from the top of the finished floor on the main level, to the highest peak of the roof.
Ceiling heights    
Raising or lowering the height of the ceilings on one or more floors of a house is often a simple change that can be made by your builder. However, if you want to raise the ceiling of the main floor of a two-story home, there has to be room to add steps to the existing staircase.
  Main level 10
  Upper level 9
Vaulted ceilings    
We consider a room to be vaulted if the ceiling - whether flat, angled, or curved - is above 10 feet at its highest point. If you prefer that one or more rooms not be vaulted in your new home, this is a very simple change that your builder can make for you.


LR = Living Room/Great Room
DR = Dining Room
FAM = Family Room
FOY = Foyer
STU = Study/Library/Den
KIT = Kitchen
SUN = Sunroom
MBR = Master Bedroom
MB = Master Bath
LOF = Loft
OFF = Office/Guest Room
REC = Recreation/Game Room
ALL = Entire Level
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The roof over the entry porch is supported by thick wood beams with an exposed wood truss, and these beams continue along the outside edge of the porch as it wraps around the right side of the house to provide an outdoor dining space just off the dining room. The front door is just to your left, and it opens into a foyer with a built–in bench on the left; a sliding barn door straight ahead that opens to the office / guest bedroom (conveniently located outside the living areas of the house, so as not to disturb anyone if clients visit); and an opening to the main living areas. Like the rest of the room on the main level, the ceiling in the foyer is set at a lofty 10′, while the office has a 9′ ceiling and lots of windows facing the front and the side.

As you enter the main living area, the kitchen is on the left, while the dining room and the living room just beyond it are on the right. The floor plans show exposed wood beams crossing the ceilings of all three spaces, but as you’ll see from the photographs, the homeowners opted not to install them when they built the house. All three rooms are completely open to each other, with an open corridor between them that leads to the rear of the house.

The kitchen is quite spacious, and it features a large center island with room around the outer edge for casual eating and/or serving, a trio of windows above the sinks for light and views, and an extra large pantry at one end with sliding doors. Folks in the kitchen can enjoy the same views to the side as others in the dining and living room, and the fire in the fireplace as well.

The dining room has views in two directions – three large windows that rise nearly to the ceiling look out to and through the front porch, while a glass door next to a matching window opens to a casual outdoor dining area in the wrap around portion of the porch. The living room next to it is quite large, measuring 26′ x 20′, and it too enjoys terrific views to the side. A 16’–wide bay is filled with windows that reach almost to the ceiling, and the far corner is filled with glass as well. The large fireplace at the far end can be enjoyed from the dining room as well.

At the far end of the open corridor there are stairs leading to the upper level. There’s a vestibule just to the left that provides access to a deep closet that runs under the stairs (and a door in the floor that accesses the crawlspace under the house), a full bath that functions both as a powder room and as a bathroom for occupants of the guest room, and both a laundry room and a mud room. The laundry has a large sink opposite the washer and dryer that’s set into a wide and deep countertop with cabinets above, and a door that opens to the side yard, and the mudroom features a built–in bench beneath a pair of windows and built–in shelving. One door off the mud room opens to a large storage closet, while another opens to a two–car garage with a mechanical room off of it and an optional built–in dog bath.

The mid–landing on the way to the upper level has a huge window and room for both a reading bench and furniture. At the top of the stairs, one hall leads to the master bedroom and bedroom 2, while another leads to bedrooms 3 and 4 and the family room. At the beginning of the first hall a door opens to a stunning master suite. The ceiling vaults from 9′ at the outer edges to around 12′ in the middle. The far wall is composed almost entirely of tall windows, with windows at each corner for even more light and views. A door on one side of the room opens to a huge walk–in closet with drop–down stairs in the ceiling for attic access, and a door on the opposite side that opens to the master bath. This room features a large soaking tub set beneath corner windows, and an equally large shower, two vanities, and a private toilet room.

Bedroom 2 has a large walk–in closet, windows on both outer walls for natural light and views to the front and side, and its own full bath. Like all of the rooms on the upper level except for the master bedroom, the ceiling is set at a comfortable 9′. Down the other hallway you pass a linen closet just before reaching the door to bedroom 3. Just beyond this door two others on either side open to bedroom 3’s full bath and a conveniently located extra laundry. An open space just beyond these doors has a built–in desk below a pair of windows, built–in shelves on an adjoining wall, and doors that open to bedroom 4 and a large family room, both of which are built above the garage. Bedroom 4 is quite spacious, and enjoys great views to the rear and side, while the family room has identical views along with a private deck and space for an optional wet bar and refrigerator.

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Brief Description

Another extraordinary Craftsman–style home by Brian Hanlen and the team at Brooks Design/Build. Incredible wood detailing on the outside and throughout the interior of this gorgeous house, along with a fluid and functional floor plan, make this an ideal home for a family that wants to build a four (or five) bedroom home. Among its many unique features are an office on the main level that can double as a guest bedroom, and a large family room with a private deck on the upper level, where the bedrooms are located.

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5 Set Package:

Printed on Bond paper; may be modified, but not duplicated


Printed on Mylar; may be modified right on the plans, which can then be duplicated locally. Includes extra copy printed on Bond paper


Highly Recommended
By far the most popular option! Instant, cost-free delivery via email; can be emailed to builder(s) and others; comes with license to modify & duplicate


For use by design professionals to make substantial changes; may be printed locally after modifications are made; cost-free delivery via email
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Sometimes the house you want will only work on your property if it is built in the reverse of the original design. The plans for this particular design can be reversed by the architect, with right-reading (not mirror-reverse) words and measurements. The fee will only be added to your original order. If you wish to order more reverse copies of the plans later, please call us toll-free at 1-888-388-5735.


If you need more than 5 sets, you can add them to your initial order, or order them (by phone) at a later date.

This option is only available to folks ordering the 5-Set Package.

$50 each

Often views or site characteristics make it either advantageous or necessary to build a house in the reverse of the way the plans were originally drawn. When reversed, the front of the house continues to face in the same direction, but rooms that were on the right side of the house as you face it will now be on the left, and vice versa. The lettering and numbers will appear as they would if you held the plans up to a mirror, but this will not present a problem for your builders, as they are quite familiar with this process.

We recommend that your order include both right-reading and mirror-reverse copies, since permit officials and lenders will need to see a right-reading version. There is a one-time cost of $50 to reverse the plans, whether you buy them all in your initial purchase, or a follow up order. The number you will need of each version is something your builder should advise you on.

Please note: If a right-reading reverse version of the plans is offered, this is definitely the version you should purchase, whether you're interested in bonds, vellums, or electronic files (when available).

SKU: BH-003
Or order by phone by calling 888-388-5735

Brian Hanlen – Designer & Builder

To learn about this architect or firm, and/or to view all of their other plans, just click on the name above.

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  • What is bond paper?

    Bond paper

    Printers stopped using blue ink many years ago - it was very difficult to read, and the fumes were dangerous to inhale. So what we used to refer to as blueprints are now called bond copies (black ink printed on white bond paper).
  • 5-Set Construction or Bid Set

    5-Set Construction or Bid Set

    If you are building in an area that requires very few copies to construct a house, all you might need is the 5-Set Package. It's also best for folks wanting either a quick bid process, or bids from more than one builder. In either case, you can always purchase more bond copies later on if you need them, or upgrade to a Mylar, PDF or CAD version (your original cost will be deducted from the price of the upgrade). Bond copies cannot be duplicated, but they come with a formal Copyright License that gives you the legal right to construct the house, and to modify the plans beforehand to suit your needs. If allowed in your area, modifications can be "marked up" (some people refer it as "red-lining") right on the plans.
  • What is mylar?


    Vellum paper is no longer being manufactured, so we've switched to a vastly superior product called Mylar. These semi-transparent sheets are actually a thin-film composite that was designed for plan modification, using a simple electric eraser. The ink that is printed on them sits on the surface (instead of sinking into a coated vellum sheet), so lines and dimensions can be erased and redrawn quite easily by any design professional.
  • Plans printed on Mylar

    Plans printed on Mylar

    If you - like the vast majority of our other customers - intend to modify the plans before construction, and you are building in an area where plans can't simply be "marked up" with a red pen, the Mylar copy is definitely what you should order (unless of course you prefer the PDF version). After the changes have been made to this "master" copy, you or your builder can then print as many copies as you need, whenever you need them, on regular bond paper. That way everyone - you, your builder, his or her subcontractors, local permit officials, and your lender - will have the final version of the plans to work with. Even though they cost a bit more initially, they will definitely save you time and money later on. Mylar copies come with a formal Copyright Release giving you the legal right to modify them in any way you wish, and to make as many copies of the plans as you need to successfully build one house. Mylar copies are shipped with a free bond copy of the plans, so that you have something to look over and mark up before making final decisions about the changes you want made to the "master" set.
  • What are PDF electronic files?

    PDF electronic files

    The acronym PDF stands for Portable Document Format. These are electronic files that can be emailed from computer to computer. You can open them on your own computer as well as email them to others, and the Copyright Release you receive with them allows you to make as many copies as you need before and after modifications are made.
  • Plans in PDF format

    Plans in PDF format

    THE most popular way to purchase plans these days is in PDF format. It's no more expensive than the Mylar version, plus you save $30 in shipping fees because the plans are emailed to you. But the biggest reason why they're so popular is because they can be passed along to others via email. The builder can zip them to their sub-contractors, truss manufacturers, and (if needed) an engineer; you can open them on your own computer to view at your home or office; and you can zip them to your builder (or builders), lender, and anyone needing to approve the plans before construction. If you'd still like to make modifications on Mylar sheets, your Copyright Release allows you (or your builder) to do this locally, and you'll only need to print a handful of the most important sheets.
  • What are CAD files?

    CAD files

    The acronym CAD stands for Computer-Aided Design. Design software from AutoCAD and numerous other companies - ArchiCAD, SoftPlan, VectorWorks, etc. - is used to draw plans in a format (DWG - short for drawing) that can be easily manipulated and modified on a computer. This can speed up the process of modification dramatically - for example, a change in one part of the plans creates an automatic change throughout the drawings -- potentially saving the person making the changes quite a bit of time, and thus saving you quite a bit of money!
  • Plans in CAD format

    Plans in CAD format

    Plans purchased in this electronic format are emailed, so you get them right away, and there's no shipping fee. Like the Mylar and PDF options, these plans come with a formal Copyright Release giving you the legal right to modify them in any way you wish, and to make as many copies of the plans as you need to successfully build one house. If the changes you wish to make to our plans are rather extensive, or structural in nature (including changing exterior wall systems), purchasing the plans in CAD format will almost certainly be your best option. Design professionals charge by the hour, and making changes to electronic files is much faster and easier than erasing and redrawing lines and dimensions on a Mylar copy. So purchasing an electronic version of the plans can save you both time and money. The files you receive will provide the drawings in at least two formats: .DWG files that will enable the person modifying your plans to do so using AutoCAD software (the standard for the entire construction and engineering communities); and .PDF files that will enable you to view the plans on your home or office computer. If the plans were originally drawn with a design software program other than AutoCAD (eg. SoftPlan, ArchiCAD, VectorWorks, etc.), this will be noted at the end of the Description of this house, and the email will include these files along with the .DWG and .PDF formats.

We highly recommend that you click on two boxes – the number of bedrooms you know you need, and one less bedroom. For example, if you need 4 bedrooms, click on the boxes next to 4 and next to 3. Otherwise you will not see homes where existing rooms on the lower, main, or upper levels might work perfectly well as a bedroom instead of as an office, study, etc.