A small house plan doesn’t have to feel small
Make your home live larger through organization and a few thoughtful design choices!
Small house plans have a number of benefits, but if you’re craving space, it may feel like a small plan won’t work for you. The good news is there are a number of ways you can make a small house plan feel quite a bit larger. If you have a small home or are planning to build — and need to build small — here are some tips to make your small house plan feel larger.
House Plan on the Drawing Board 1465 is a two-story design with a compact floor plan.
Conceptual House Plan 1465
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Conceptual Design 1465 is an updated version of The Courtney house plan 706. The exterior reflects current styles with a mix of cedar shakes and stone. Asymmetrical dormers and arched garage doors create interest for this compact design. With a two-car, front entry garage and a narrow footprint under 50′ wide, this design will work well on smaller land lots.
The Priestly – Home Plan 1408
This charming exterior features a combination of stone, shakes, and vertical siding. Special details include a front porch, dormer, and gables with curved accents. The cathedral topped great room opens to a relaxing screened porch while the kitchen enjoys a nearby pantry and single dining area. This open floor plan is great for keeping busy families connected and makes entertaining easy.
The Sawyer – House Plan 1422
This modern farmhouse enjoys the best of both worlds with a classic front porch and stylish curb-appeal. A second sprawling porch to the rear continues outdoor enjoyment. The open floor plan maintains an easy flow for families to relax and enjoy meals together. The master suite is free of distractions and tucked away for privacy while the utility room with laundry sink is nearby for convenience. Two additional rooms are available for children, guests, or a study.