Conceptual house plan 1513 is a modern one-story design with an efficient and thoughtful floor plan.
Conceptual design 1513 is an updated version of The Tanglewood Plan 757 and The Miranda Plan 1420. The exterior features a mix of vertical and horizontal siding. Columns frame the front porch entry and a metal accent roof enhances curb appeal. Varying roof lines and stone elements complete the façade.
Conceptual house plan 1498 is a family-friendly design with flexible layout options on the second floor.
Conceptual design 1498 offers a mixed-material exterior of siding, cedar shakes, and gables accented with vertical boards. The narrow width and front entry garage make this plan attainable for many lot layouts. A metal accent roof draws attention to the front porch framed with columns.
What you need to know about building a small house plan.
There are many reasons why you may want a smaller home. The adult “kids” might have already moved out as you are looking to downsize. You may want to build a small house as a second vacation home in the mountains, by the lake or on the beach. Another reason could involve building a small house that better accommodates your finances and upkeep schedule. There are many factors to consider when deciding on the right small house plan. Let’s take a look at some house plan styles as well as other factors to keep in mind to maximize the available space.
This traditional charmer house plan welcomes with its country porch and prominent gables with decorative brackets. A cathedral ceiling spans the open great and dining rooms of this house plan, with bar seating facing the roomy kitchen. A mud room off the garage includes a pantry, closets, and an e-space for looking up recipes. The master suite features two over-sized walk-in closets and a linen closet for extra storage.