This house plan has its origins in 16th century England. Two stories high, gable roofed house, only one room deep, at least two rooms wide and often contains a one story rear addition.
This house style is typically long and narrow with a gable-ended entrance, one-room wide, and two or three rooms deep. Contains front to back alignment. Suited for hot climates due to the front and back door alignment. Often considered an … Read More
This house style maintains symmetry. Generally the design omits detailing. Contains a flat front and steeply sloped rear roof line. They are usually built from wood and have shutters. Fireplaces are common.
This house plan is a two-story home that contains four square rooms above three square rooms and an entrance hall. Stairs are tucked to the side on the first floor. Cubical shaped. Generally has crafty detailing. Contains a wide front … Read More
Raised ranch has the same house plan as a suburban ranch but with an added upper level. This style is also referred to as “Split Level.” Split levels were created to accommodate to the separation of living space from activity … Read More
Suburban ranch house plan can be rectangular, L-shaped, or U-shaped in design. Horizontal appearance. Windows are typically large double-hung, sliding, or picture. Modern ranches contain newly engineered metal casement windows. Contains a low pitched gable roof with deep set eaves. … Read More
Colonial house plan contains a medium pitched roof with a square, symmetrical shape. Front door has a decorative crown. Five windows align the upper level of the front of the house. Lower level consists of four windows and a centered … Read More
Classic Cottage resembles a Cape Cod house style. What differs is the roof of a classic cottage is much shallower and it has a higher eaves-front wall. Usually, small windows line the top front of the cottage. Main windows consist … Read More
According to wikipedia: The term house includes many kinds of dwellings ranging from rudimentary huts of nomadic tribes to free standing individual structures. In some contexts, “house” may mean the same as dwelling, residence, home, abode, lodging, accommodation, or housing, … Read More