The Evandale Plan: Just Right for You

Palatial homes have their purposes as well as smaller ones. Sometimes, what you need or want falls in between the very large and very small, like this Evandale Plan: Just Right for You by Living Concepts. The traditional home has 2325 square feet and multiple porches (our August focus).

This is a one-story home with a bonus room, three bedroom suites, two full baths and a powder room. The split-bedroom design (master suite on one side with remaining bedroom suites on the other side) makes the Evandale plan also ideal as a second home. The three car garage is on the right side of the house.

The Evandale Plan: Just Right for You

The Evandale Plan: Just Right for You

     First, the Garage and Laundry

Inside the garage, the single bay is at the far-right. Two cars can park in the left space. A work/utility sink can be found in the far left-hand corner. A door that gives you access to the outside is near this sink. You will enter inside the home by way of the laundry room. Counterspace, a utility sink and a fold-down ironing board plus stacking washer and dryer keep this room multifunctional.

The Evandale Plan: Just Right for You

The Evandale Plan: Just Right for You

     Next, the Powder Room and Master Suite

Then, from the laundry room, the powder room is on your left. Stairs going up to the bonus room are on your right. The master suite consumes the right side of this floor, with its own covered porch.

First is the master bath. Two single sinks are separate.

The Evandale Plan: Just Right for You

A small partition next to the toilet gives you the privacy you need. Then, in one corner, there is a walk-in shower

In the other corner, a soaking tub can be the just-right antidote for a long day on your feet. Two walk-in closets, his and hers, are at the far end of the suite. Next, walking towards the back of the house, the sleeping area has a tray ceiling. A sitting area with a coffee bar and sink on the left? Included, just for you.

The Evandale Plan: Just Right for You

Finally, the master suite opens up into the covered porch. Bring your coffee or tea outside and enjoy the morning.

The Evandale Plan: Just Right for You

The Evandale Plan: Just Right for You

     More Porches and Dining

The covered porch opens up into the sunroom. It also shares space with the breakfast room.


And, of course, the breakfast area flows right into the kitchen. Here, there is a kitchen peninsula with room for seating on one side and a double sink with your dishwasher on the other. The walk-in pantry is diagonal from here. An island gives you room to prep for meals and snacks while providing storage for your kitchen utensils. (I have learned- never say no to storage!).


To the left of the sunroom and breakfast/kitchen, the screened porch will keep you bug-free while allowing access to the backyard, breakfast room and gathering room. Just right for you? Yes, indeed!

screened porch

The Evandale Plan: Just Right for You

     Gathering, Dining and Bedroom Suites

You may enter the gathering room from the screened porch or the breakfast room. The fireplace is on the left wall, with shelving on both sides. Then, walking towards the front of the home, you enter the foyer. A reach-in closet on your right holds jackets and shoes you might toss as you enter the home. Next is the formal dining room, which is open to the foyer and to the hall. It extends from the stairs to the bedroom suites.

dining room

Finally, there are two bedroom suites on the left side of the house. Both of them have reach-in closets.  The suites share a bathroom, commonly known as a Jack and Jill. This also means the bathroom has two doors, allowing for privacy when the opposing door is locked. The bath has a toilet and shower/tub with two sinks separated by counter space.

bonus room

The Evandale Plan: Just Right for You

     The Bonus Room

Once upstairs, you enter the bonus room, which is above the garage. Just right for you? Well, consider the room a blank canvas and it can be just that. A craft room, game room, she-cave (he can have the garage) or simply extra storage are just some possibilities.

The Evandale Plan: Just Right for You


Porches are necessary. Whether it’s the loggia (front porch), a covered but open porch or a screened porch, you will want them in your house plans. Sometimes, you will desire a more intimate rather than expansive porch (as in the Georgetown plan). Then, you will want to build the Evandale home. To purchase the plan and begin your next adventure, be sure to click on the green rectangle that says add to cart.

rear photo of home

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