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Building a Small Farmhouse | Pros & Cons

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The Pros and Cons of Building a Small Farmhouse

Have you ever thought about building a house of your own? If your answer is yes, you might consider getting away from gridlocked and polluted cities to build a small and cozy farmhouse in the country. It might sound difficult and inconvenient, but it does not have to be that way. You just have to plan everything out very carefully.

If you do not know whether it is something worth trying, this article should help you make up your mind. Here, you will find a list of the pros and cons of building a small farmhouse.

Building a small farmhouse like The Gemma house plan 1587.

House Plan 1390 | Small Footprint Home Design

The Stanley house plan 1390 is now available

Front rendering of The Stanley house plan 1390.

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.

Six Great Advantages to Building a Smaller House

The Benefits Of Building A Smaller House

When it comes to your home, bigger is not always better. While big homes offer benefits of their own, a growing number of people are finding that they prefer a smaller house. In fact, small house plans  have several advantages that are impossible to enjoy with a large home. Here are some of the benefits of a smaller house that are worth considering.

The Benefits Of Building A Smaller House

The Satchwell – 2097 sq ft