• 1608 ft²
  • 3 Bed
  • 2 Bath

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Main Floor Plan image for Mascord Modern Ranch-Modern Home Designed for Maximum Efficiency Without Compromise-Main Floor Plan

A Walk Through The Modern Ranch

The Modern Ranch is one of our best-selling ranch house plans. This single-story beauty has dozens of thoughtful, contemporary design touches. Its up-to-date open floor plan includes a beautiful shared space with a rear-facing great room, open to the kitchen and dining area. A covered patio in the rear allows for elegant indoor/outdoor living. This is the perfect floor plan for empty nesters and age-in-place enthusiasts, as everything is contained on one level – yet it’s also large enough for a family, with the option of three bedrooms. (The third bedroom can also serve as an office.) Let’s take a tour of these ranch style house plans.

The façade of the Modern Ranch is clean and elegant. To the right: a two-car garage. The covered entry in the middle boasts 11-foot ceilings and a built-in recycling center as well as a coat closet. The lines of sight in this design are ingenious; upon entering the home, the sight of the great room, with its wall of windows, beckons you forward.

Should you wind to the left, you’ll discover the L-shaped kitchen with a central island; cooks will feel like part of the action here, as the kitchen is open to the great room. Same goes for the dining room – no wall divides it from the rest of the shared space, making for easy entertaining. A covered patio is located next to the dining room, and the office (or third bedroom) is next to that as you work your way around to the left.

The two other bedrooms in this ranch design are placed to maximize privacy. The smaller bedroom has its own hallway and bathroom, just off the entryway to the right. The master suite is tucked into the rear right corner of the home and features 9-foot ceilings and corner windows. The master bath has two sinks, a spacious shower and a walk-in closet. Another small hallway connects the master suite to the shared area, directly across from the kitchen. A pantry and linen closet are situated in this hallway to maximize storage and reduce clutter.

All in all, this intelligently designed ranch style home plan packs a plethora of convenient features into a charming, accessible package. As we finish our imaginative tour of the Modern Ranch, take a moment to imagine your family enjoying this home throughout the seasons. Summertime barbecues would be easy with the covered porch, and even nasty winter weather wouldn’t be unwelcome with a fire crackling in the great room’s fireplace. If you’re looking for a single-level home that’s easy to heat and comfortable to live in, the Modern Ranch could be your dream home.

Plan Details

Heated Space

  • Main Floor1608 sqft

  • Total Area 1608 sqft

Beds and Baths

  • Bedrooms3

  • Full Baths2

  • Floors1

Exterior Dimensions

  • Width50'-0"

  • Depth54'-0"

  • Height (to Midpt)14'-0"

  • Height (to Peak)18'-6"


  • Garage Bays2 Car Garage

  • Garage Area448 sqft

  • Garage LocationFront

  • Garage OrientationStraight-On


  • Roof FramingTruss

  • Roof Material Shake/Comp Roof

  • Snowload25 lb/sf

  • Wall Framing2 x 6

  • Main Roof Pitch6/12

This plan is based upon design - 1169B-Mgm Construction

  • Removed 151 sqft from finished area

  • Overall Width decreased 6ft.

  • Overall Depth decreased 17ft.

  • Added a bedroom.

Check out the details for Plan 1169B-Mgm Construction here.

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"Modern" describes a fairly wide scope of homes designed in the current age. This somewhat ambiguous term could include homes people describe as contemporary with flat or shed roofs or comprised of simple geometric massing elements, as well as revivalist styles such as modern prairie. View more plans of this style in our Modern House Plans collection

Modern Prairie

Modern Prairie homes are characterized by their horizontal lines, low-pitched roofs, and integration with the surrounding landscape. They often have wide, overhanging eaves, and may incorporate elements such as cantilevered balconies and large windows to bring in natural light. In modern versions of the style, materials such as glass, steel, and concrete may be used alongside traditional wood and brick. Modern prairie style homes often emphasize open, flowing floor plans and a connection to nature.


Our Ranch style house plan collection comprises single level homes with elongated elevations that suit placement on acreage or suburban lots, and the easy living open floorplans are ideal for families with both young and aging family members. The homes you'll see in this collection typically have a rectangular or L-shaped footprint, and low-pitched roof. They are ideal for placement of photovoltaics!  Take a look and tell us what you think.


Transitional plans are a blending of two or more styles and are hard to classify. Typically Alan Mascord Design Associates would define them as contemporary or ranch open floor plans transitioning to traditional with exterior details. Usually these homes have a brick trim, multi-paned windows, or arched windows.

Similar & Related Plans

Builders known to be experienced constructing this home include:

C & L PROPERTIES Sherwood, OR 5039392310
N.W. CLASSIC HOMES Vancouver, WA 5032013266
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JW Construction Inc Eugene, OR 5415202132
(find more builders in our Builder Directory)

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