By Denys Leroy. House Plans. Published at Tuesday, March 12th, 2019 - 04:44:06 AM.
No longer unique to the state of Florida, our collection of Florida House Plans spans a range of sizes and styles. This collection represents all of the best of the Spanish and Mediterranean styles of architecture, along with other popular designs featured in warmer, waterfront climates, including stilted house plans, coastal house plans, and modern house plans. Florida house plans are designed to stay cool during the day and are – for the most part – built on a slab or stilted foundation.
These resourcefully designed floor plans feature optimal space whether designed for additional living or storage spaces on the second floor. This unique compromise between two full or one level homes are highlighted with convenient living and sleeping rooms typically located on the main floor and dramatic soaring ceiling heights, open lofts and bonus/expansion space overlooking the main floor and the need for storage space.
From simple entry-level homes to beautifully appointed (but still modestly sized) empty nests, these small homes (most under 2,000 square feet) deliver outstanding value. Buyers will love the ease of maintaining a smaller home. Today’s best small house plans keep costs down by eliminating little-used formal rooms (like living and media rooms) in favor of practical spaces like mud rooms, extra storage, and pocket offices. To maximize the useable space, pick a plan with an open layout, clear sightlines though the home, and an island kitchen.
It’s also hard to beat the curb appeal of a striking two-story design. Buyers who prefer a traditional layout with the master suite upstairs will find many options here, though master suites on the first floor are now very popular and a good choice for aging in place. To ensure maximum accessibility in the home, consider a design with an elevator that makes it easy to get around.
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