By Audric Leconte. House Plans. Published at Thursday, March 14th, 2019 - 22:03:57 PM.
A gray exterior delivers a modern touch to this farmhouse design (plan 1067-4 ). Inside, an open layout flows between the large island kitchen, the great room, and relaxed dining room for easy access when entertaining family and friends. Two sets of French doors open from the living room to the rear porch (which features an optional outdoor kitchen) allowing natural light to shine through.
If you are looking for bold, yet warm and welcoming curb appeal, and amazing outdoor living space, a wraparound porch house plan could be the best design for you. In front or back, wrapping porches adorn these lovely designs. Porches that wrap around at least one side add lots of usable outdoor space. If you have kids, a wraparound porch can become that perfect not-too-faraway outdoor play space. If you frequently entertain guests, a wraparound porch can be the ideal open, airy place on which to serve drinks and play games. If you are an empty nester who just wants some peace and quiet, a wraparound porch can offer the breezy, sunlit tranquility you deserve. House plans with wraparound porches also allow for scenic vistas from two or more directions, making these designs especially suitable for view lots. Related collections include: house plans with porches , floor plans with patios , and home plans with courtyard.
Designed for a narrow lot with rear access to the garage, this plan has all the essential ingredients of a best-seller. However, in some markets, a basement is a must-have. Besides adding this option, we also provided optional living quarters above the garage. This independent dwelling space is ideal for guest quarters or for an older child who is moving back home. In areas where codes allow it, this can also be used as an income-producing rental unit.
Can you imagine your builder offering to pay your energy bills for the first year? You dont feel pretty confident that you are getting an energy-efficient home! That’s the promise that designer Dave Jenkins’ builder clients can make when they build homes from one of his house plans. Electricity bills can be as little as $600 a year. “Homeowners think the bill is probably triple that, so it’s quite a value,” says Jenkins, who designs Energy Smart Home Plans. But how? And what kinds of features should you look for in an energy-saving house plan?
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