Billed as a Colonial, it's a modern interpretation of a plan that Americans apparently couldn't get enough of. The main floor plan shows little innovation from pre-war designs. Upstairs, there are two bedrooms, a sewing room, and master suite. In total, this plan has two bathrooms and a powder room ... quite a grand plan for a mid-40s plan book.
1948 Home Building Plan Service - 1001 - Homes like this plan were often called tri- or split-levels. Some appear in plan books before WWII, but after the war the style becomes much more prevalent. It's a very modern design that incorporates the garage into the main house; an innovation that didn't commonly occur until after 1950 and then not as a prominent element. The front-and-center garage is seen much more often in middle-class homes after 1955.