Published at Wednesday, March 13th, 2019 - 23:16:06 PM. House Plans. By Bridgett Delannoy.
Popular in the 1950’s, Ranch house plans, were designed and built during the post-war exuberance of cheap land and sprawling suburbs. During the 1970’s, as incomes, family size and an increased interest in leisure activities rose, the single story home fell out of favor; however, as most cycles go, the Ranch house design is on the rise once again. Affordable, efficient and offering functional layouts, today’s modern single story homes feature a host of amenities that are compatible with today’s families and their lifestyles.
With its impressive exterior and lavish conveniences, this hillside plan captures the essence of grand living, blending style and grace. This home offers multiple outdoor living areas, including a screened porch with a fireplace and downstairs patios. Inside, special details include decorative ceilings, a circular staircase, and columns. Dont miss the super-luxurious master suite with its bow window, deluxe tub, and large shower, or the downstairs suite that would make an ideal home for an in-law or nanny.
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