A Narrow Duplex for any Neighborhood
All too often builders find themselves lost among a sea of uninspiring and lackluster designs, especially when it comes to difficult, narrow lots. We take great pride in making sure that no matter how deep, narrow, or tricky the lot is, we will have an elegant and practical design to match. That’s where “Segal” comes in. This narrow duplex comes in at just 20′ wide, ensuring an easy build in even the most demanding subdivisions.
The three exterior options are all craftsman inspired and form a cohesive collection. We’ve designed the floor plans to be virtually identical, save for a slight tweak to the kitchen to accommodate the upper floor staircase. Entering into the main floor, you’ll find yourself in the open concept kitchen/dining room/great room layout. The kitchen looks out the front of the home and gets plenty of light both from the front and the side. An added bonus to both of the kitchens are islands that look out over the dining and great rooms, allowing for a sense of community and space that are often lost in narrow duplex designs
The bedrooms are all laid out at the rear of the floors and are arranged to maximize privacy in such a narrow plan. Bedrooms #2 and #3 sit further forward and are separated by a shared full bathroom. Down the hallway is a full utility room (on both floors). The main bedroom suite gets a private location at the back of the floor, with plenty of natural light from the back of the house. The en suite bathroom includes side by side sinks and a full size shower/tub combo.
We can make modifications to any of our house plans, if you have an idea for your duplex home design just write to us via our contact page with any requests or questions you may have. Click here to view more of our narrow duplex plans.
NOTE: This plan is available everywhere except for Marion County, Oregon and Kootenai County, Idaho.
House Plan Features
- 2 Bathroom House Plan
- 3 Bedroom House Design
- Attractive Narrow Design
- Duplex Design
- Two Story Home Design
- Virtually Identical Upper and Lower Floor