By Desirat Seguin. House Plans. Published at Tuesday, March 12th, 2019 - 08:48:31 AM.
As the population ages, more families will become caretakers for elderly parents or relatives. These house plans with in-law suites offer the needed space (often on the first floor, ideal for a person with limited mobility). Of course, in-law suites can be used by buyers in many different situations, from owners who simply want comfortable guest accommodations to those with nannies or live-in caretakers. The suites themselves range from a simple bedroom and bathroom to more elaborate apartments suitable for semi-independent living (older children, perhaps returned from college and looking for a job, will especially appreciate the latter type). Some of these suites are even detached for the home for greater privacy. Either way, a house plan with an in-law suite offers outstanding versatility for the future. Adding onto an existing home? Consider one of our garage plans with apartments.
A walkout basement offers many advantages: it maximizes a sloping lot, adds square footage without increasing the footprint of the home, and creates another level of outdoor living. Families with an older child (say, a newly minted college graduate looking for work), a live-in relative, or frequent guests will appreciate the privacy that a lower-level suite gives. For maximum accessibility, consider a layout with an elevator.
Lofts originally were inexpensive places for impoverished artists to live and work but modern loft spaces offer distinct appeal to certain homeowners in today’s home design market. Fun and whimsical, serious work spaces and/or family friendly space, our house plans with lofts come in a variety of styles, sizes and categories. Loft space can provide an open and light feel to family friendly space where homeowners have the freedom to create their own quirky design ideas into their home while also adding additional functional space.
A subset of modern-contemporary design , shed house plans feature one or more shed roofs, giving an overall impression of asymmetry. Originally appearing in the 1960s and 1970s, shed house plans are enjoying renewed popularity as their roof surfaces provide ideal surfaces for mounting solar panels. Their floor plans are also ideal for modern lifestyles, offering open layouts assembled according to how families live instead of conforming to a traditional house form. Windows can be placed where they are most needed and wanted, and ceilings are high, often with clerestory windows to provide natural light.
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