By Rolando Bonnet. House Plans. Published at Tuesday, March 12th, 2019 - 10:04:46 AM.
This farmhouse boasts a contemporary open layout with the master suite and a guest room easy to reach on the first floor. Double doors in the great room open out to the deck. In the kitchen, an island adds prep space and the walk-in pantry sits just a short walk away from the two-car garage for simple grocery unloading. Two additional bedrooms (both generously sized) share a hall bathroom upstairs. For additional storage or leisure space, a bonus room over the garage can be finished and accessed from this level.
It’s no surprise that open floor plans are the layout of choice for today’s buyers. What explains their immense popularity? Many reasons: open layouts make small homes feel larger, create excellent sightlines, and promote a modern sense of relaxation and casual living. Buyers with children can keep an eye on the little ones while cooking, while those who love entertaining will appreciate the ease of interacting with guests while putting last-minute touches on dinner. Although the degree of openness can vary, these homes generally feature kitchens that flows right into the main living areas (frequently an island provides a bit of definition). They may also display open dining rooms and easy access to outdoor living.
The quintessential home design in America’s long history of home building, the two story house plan remains popular, relevant and characteristically All-American. Our extensive collection of two story house plans feature a wide range of architectural styles from small to large in square footage and accompanying varied price points to match our customer’s diverse taste, personalities and family requirements.
The original plan, 26 Monroe Avenue, is a familiar vernacular style with a first-floor layout that resonates with plan buyers. Requests for three- and four-bedroom plans with a Low Country aesthetic led to tweaks in the floor plan and exterior elevations that resulted in new plans, 248 Abbeville Road and 248 Broussard Road. The Abbeville Road home is a four-bedroom Creole design with a large, simple, hipped roof and deep overhangs. The upper floor hosts three bedrooms with private baths, plus a convenient study. Broussard Road is a three-bedroom Generational Farmhouse style typically seen throughout the South. The efficient upper floor includes two bedrooms with private baths and a study at the top of the stairs.
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