441 Plans

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2586 Heated SqFt
Beds: 3 - Baths: 3
62'8 W x 84'0 D
932 Heated SqFt
Beds: 1 - Baths: 1-1/2
40' W x 36' D
1343 Heated SqFt
Beds: 3 - Baths: 3-1/2
36'0 W x 53'0 D
1832 Heated SqFt
Beds: 3 - Baths: 2
38' W x 40' D
3296 Heated SqFt
Beds: 3 - Baths: 3-1/2
81'4" W x 89'6" D
3489 Heated SqFt
Beds: 3 - Baths: 4-1/2
64'8 W x 114'8 D
3717 Heated SqFt
Beds: 3 - Baths: 3
46' W x 36'9.75 D
4217 Heated SqFt
Beds: 4 - Baths: 4-1/2
76'10 W x 88'4 D
4346 Heated SqFt
Beds: 5 - Baths: 5-1/2
79'0" W x 96'0" D
701 Heated SqFt
Beds: 1 - Baths: 1
36' W x 33' D
932 Heated SqFt
Beds: 1 - Baths: 1-1/2
40' W x 36' D
1297 Heated SqFt
Beds: 3 - Baths: 2
42'8 W x 46'4 D
1359 Heated SqFt
Beds: 2 - Baths: 2
32'0 W x 31'0 D
1385 Heated SqFt
Beds: 2 - Baths: 2
56' W x 55' D
1419 Heated SqFt
Beds: 2 - Baths: 2-1/2
56' W x 55' D
1440 Heated SqFt
Beds: 3 - Baths: 2
36' W x 36' D
1480 Heated SqFt
Beds: 2 - Baths: 2
32' W x 40' D
1484 Heated SqFt
Beds: 3 - Baths: 2
26' W x 48' D
1581 Heated SqFt
Beds: 3 - Baths: 2
27' W x 62' D
1600 Heated SqFt
Beds: 4 - Baths: 2
48' W x 40' D
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Coastal Homes Design

A coastal home isn’t just aesthetically pleasing — it’s also built in a particular manner to withstand nature. This means that, despite the home having sun decks extending out over the water, or large porches, piers or breezy rooms, the home must also stand against the elements, especially in regions that are prone to floods and high winds. This way, you not only get the beautiful home of your dreams, but you also have some assurance of safety throughout the house.

Buildings that are constructed on steep, slopey terrain often present a lot of challenges to architects. Because of where they’re erected, most coastal homes are always lifted 8 to 15 feet above the land’s lowest point. This helps defend the home against high tides and strong winds.

If you want to live on beachfront property, then you might want a coastal home that’s waterproof all-year-round. Our coastal home plans take care of this and so much more.

Why Choose Family Home Plans?

When you’re looking for the ideal design for your coastal house, you not only want the best look for your home, but you also want it at the best price. Family Home Plans delivers that and more. Here are the reasons why you should choose us rather than hiring an expensive architect for your coastal home plans:

  • Customizable plans: Working with us gives you the advantage of accessing lots of customizable plans. If you love a certain plan but it needs some customizations to be an ideal fit, you can easily customize any of our designs to suit your preferences perfectly.
  • User-friendly search interface: At Family Home Plans, we have highly refined our search feature to ensure you get precisely the results you are looking for from our vast database.
  • Price-match guarantee: When it comes to providing value for money in this space, no one does it better than we do. We guarantee you’ll get the highest-quality coastal floor plans at the best price. If you find a competitor with a lower price than ours for the same plan, we’ll beat their published price by 5%.

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We pride ourselves on providing our visitors with the best experience while they’re looking for home plans. When it comes to coastal house plans, we have every type you can imagine. Whatever the size, preference or budget, you can be sure we’ll get you the plans you need for your home.

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