House plans

INSPIRATION PHOTO/PLAN:

House plan complete

ACTUAL PLANS:

First floor map

First Floor

2nd floor plan

Second Floor

3rd floor plan

Third Floor

First floor, north side

First floor, north side

Second floor, north side

Second floor, north side

ORIGINAL FLOOR SKETCHES:

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14 thoughts on “House plans”

  1. This is such a cool project!

  2. amontereyblair said:

    I just found your blog while searching for inspiration for my own Victorian dollhouse. I’m curious how you’re planning viewing the rooms (or not). I’ve been trying to figure out if swinging panels or one open side would work for my imaginary house.

    • Hi there! Sounds like you have a fun project in the works. I had to make the same decision. I was originally going to make seinging walls that opened up into the rooms, but since my house opens on two (opposite) sides, that would have meant I needed a large amount of room around the house in order to be able to look in. So I decided to leave the walls open instead. If you’re just having one side open, that shouldn’t be a problem for you, though. Enjoy!

      • amontereyblair said:

        Thanks for the information! I’ve been reading your blog and been very impressed by your meticulous attention to each room and the architectural accuracy.

        My current dollhouse is a open-back colonial without any perspective or depth (very “dollhousy”) so I’ve decided to add some during renovation. My debate for this one is how to protect the open side. I see you have a giant plexiglass box. I probably don’t have room for that, unfortunately.

        Meanwhile, I’m planning my next build.

  3. Charles Herrington said:

    That’s going to be a big project I am interested in how you will be able to see all of those rooms. Do you plan on having the whole house enclosed with panels that open up to give you access or complete sections that remove on each side. I have the real good toys Queen Anne which I have been working on for 9 years I did a lot of remodeling on it, I added a bay window on the one side for the dining room and a stained glass window for the bathroom and on the third floor since it had such a high ceiling I dropped the ceiling down and added two low attics and placed a conservatory on the roof that is my artist loft that has a drop down staircase I also added an extra gable to the side of the house. I’m working on getting my drapes done as for that the interior is finished and I have everything pulled together to start work on the exterior. My house is so large and the rooms at the front of the house can only be accessed through opening panels on the side they are just big enough to view and place the furniture but you could never paint or wallpaper it, that all had to be done during the final construction phase. I just hope you have a good plan for all those rooms that will be hard to get to so you will have to have your wallpapers and paint colors already picked out when you start putting it together as you’ll never be able to get to them, and you need a good electrician to do all of your wiring during the building process as well it’s going to be very involved

  4. Great

  5. Not a miniature modeler but I stumbled on this when I was looking for something to build in Minecraft. I know this post is three years old, but I wanted you to know I find your notes very useful. I had no idea how to tackle the roofline from the original image itself. Thank you so much!

  6. ashley campbell said:

    Not sure if you will even get this comment… But this is the exact copy of my home! I about fell out of my chair when I saw this pin! Feel free to contact me. I would love to talk about the home and the plans you have! I’m happy to share pics of my home!

  7. Thank you so much for this great post! I’ve been writing a story, and trying to clarify my mental map of the house it’s set in. The few points I was quite clear on were making it very hard to find a house from the right era, with the right rooms, in the right style — but after a couple of years of looking on and off, I found your post. And picked up more of an interest in the history of house plans along the way… Cheers!

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