By Diahna Guillemin. House Plans. Published at Tuesday, March 12th, 2019 - 05:21:10 AM.
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.
In 1.5 storied homes, the main floor is substantially larger than the upper floor affording the family loads of space to live and sleep while also offering space in which to create meaningful additional spatial and functional rooms. Having the majority of the essential rooms on the main floor allows for plenty of vaulted ceilings, open window designs and private bedrooms without overhead floor traffic. Another great feature for 1.5 storied homes is their ability to allow the homeowners the option to age in their home and retain enough space overhead to feature rooms for overnight or long term guests. Cape Cod and Country homes are just two of the many distinctive styles for 1.5 stories and the addition of dormers, creative nooks and crannies along with multi-purpose upper level rooms create homes with unique character and flair.
Consumers have spoken, and they value the placement of master bedrooms on the main level of new homes. Main-level master suite are simply more convenient and better for aging in place. The master bedrooms in these house plans offer the amenities your home buyers want, combined with the easy access of a main floor location, giving you a home plan that will prove popular with the widest possible number of home buyers today.
The timber-frame construction is often clad in clapboard siding or unpainted wood shingles that weather to gray. The Cape Cod house plan calls for a simple paneled front doorway that leads to a main hallway and symmetrical interior that is warmed by a massive central chimney, although modern floor plans may vary. Steep rooflines limit build-up of winter precipitation, while second-story side-gables admit light and help circulate air throughout the home.
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