By Del Durant. House Plans. Published at Wednesday, March 13th, 2019 - 11:41:51 AM.
A welcoming porch and prominent gables with decorative brackets add curb appeal to this traditional split plan family home. The great room and dining area boast a cathedral ceiling and open to the spacious screen porch with its own built-in grill and sink for backyard entertaining. A mudroom off the garage includes a pantry, closets, and a seat for taking off shoes. The master suite features two walk-in closets and linen storage, plus a spacious bathroom with two sinks.
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.
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.
As buildable land becomes more and more scarce closer to urban centers, builders and would-be home buyers are taking a fresh look at narrow lots. These lots offer building challenges not seen in more wide-open spaces farther from city centers, but the difficulties can be overcome through this set of house plans designed specially for narrow lots. These narrow lot house plans make efficient use of available space, often building up instead of out, to provide the home buyer with the amenities they desire without an expansive footprint. And because these narrow lot house plans are designed from the beginning to capitalize on a narrow configuration, the builder will find the widest variety of available plans that give the buyer a desirable layout that fits land overlooked by earlier developers. Closer-in narrow lots mean shorter commutes and that means the buyer will have more time to enjoy the homes built on the narrow lots.
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