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House Plan Styles

Country house plans are usually characterized by a large front porch, second-story dormers and symmetrical windows. Country house plans combine elements from several home styles.  Country house...
Bungalow house plans are an all American architectural style, but the name of the style comes from India. In Bengal, single-family homes were called bangla or bangala. Typical features of bungalow...
Craftsman house plans are typified by simple forms and the use of natural materials such as wood and stone. Popular in America in the early decades of the 20th century, craftsman house plans were...
Cabin house plans were among the earliest home types built in the United States.  The construction of cabin house plans began in North America in the 1700's when settlers brought...
French house plans include both modest designs and upscale chateaus. The French house plan style exudes a rustic warmth and dignity. Typical French house plan design elements include arches...
Farm house plans are ideal for families and create a true feeling of "home." There are a multitude of variations of farm house plans. Generally, they exude an old-fashioned sense of home,...
Traditional house plans, also known as American home plans, are the most commonly built home designs in north America. Typically, Traditional house plans have a covered entry, simple rooflines with...
Tudor house plans are identified by exterior features.  These include diagonally placed wooden beams set against a light whitewashed backdrop, and a stone or brick chimney. Tudor house plans are...