This efficient cottage is ideal for a narrow lot. Skylights are thoughtfully placed in the master bedroom and dining room to welcome natural light and sun tunnels brighten the utility room and master closet. Garage storage, linen closets and a pantry provide ample storage while a coat closet is convenient to both the foyer and garage entries. This modest floor plan includes luxury amenities with an island kitchen and a fireplace in the great room. A bonus room with full bathroom offers space for expansion.
This modest cottage is instantly charming with a stone-and-shake exterior and welcoming front porch. Multiple gables and dormers add dimension to this narrow design. The living spaces are cozy and create a continuous flow between the open great room, island kitchen and dining room. The spacious master suite is downstairs with the utility room while two additional bedrooms and a bonus room are upstairs.
If you’re considering building a home on a narrow lot, you will need to know how to make the most out of the space. With the right narrow lot home designs, you’ll find that narrow lots have quite a number of benefits. Here are some ways that you can use your narrow space and your home plan to your advantage.
This two-story Craftsman design is wrapped in cedar shakes and metal and timber accents give a rustic appearance. The master bedroom enjoys privacy on the first floor while two additional bedrooms have abundant space upstairs with a shared bathroom. The kitchen offers front facing views while the great room looks out in three directions. Rear porches included a screened porch with fireplace.
Building on a Narrow Lot? Here are the best house plans to choose from!
The Sassafras #814
In areas where property values are exceptionally high, narrow lots are appealing because they are more affordable. At Donald A. Gardner Architects, we have been hearing from our customers that demand for narrow lot house plans is on the rise, as more and more people want to live in urban areas where land is at a premium. Yet, builders still want to be able to present their customers with home plans that have spacious interiors and curb appeal. This means, a specific type of house plan that accommodates demand for quality within minimal space is necessary.