1176 sf The Kensington is the quintessential middle-class ranch plan with three bedrooms and one and a half bathrooms. The livingroom flows into the dining alcove which is conveniently located next to the kitchen. The double-car garage competes with the forward gabled wing for visual prominence on the façade.
Lr/Kit/Dr combo Lr in current dining area Estes easily packed a lot of livability into these small two-bedroom houses. A massive brick fireplace anchors the house at one end and places the bedrooms at the rear of the house. A galley kitchen opens into a dedicated dining room at the front of the house.
The Berwin, shown in brick, is a mid-century ranch with a lot of curb appeal for such a small house. The brick planter and shutters are attractive, but it's the floor plan that makes this tiny rancher so pleasant. The L-shaped kitchen has space to eat, and there is still room for a dining area which, as is typical of the ranch style, flows into the living room. The first thing a visitor sees upon entering are the "garden view" windows in the living room at the rear of the house.