By Rousskin Gros. House Plans. Published at Saturday, March 16th, 2019 - 01:48:48 AM.
Southern house plans are truly an American style of home born of the original homes British immigrants built, once they settled in the Southern half of the United States, during the colonial period and thereafter, when a larger wave of European immigrants began arriving in the United States. This new wave of people crossing the Atlantic Ocean were looking for economic and religious relief but they were greatly influenced by the architecture of the first half of the 19th century. This type of architecture was heavily shaped by Georgian, Neo-classical, and Greek revival style plantation homes and mansions, as well as French Colonial and the Federal style. Many various architectural styles and design components encompass the Southern House Plan designation and they provide features favorable to regional climates in the southern portion of the United States; although, you will find these comfortable and inviting homes across the United States as well.
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.
This family-oriented contemporary plan (pictured below) puts all the bedrooms on the second floor, where they are served by a game room that would be an ideal homework space. It’s easy to imagine an infant sliding into the bedroom closest to master. A vaulted ceiling and closet big enough to hold a crib, if need be, makes the master a special and practical space.
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.
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