Southern house plans consist of spacious, airy living areas, high ceilings and large front porches to accommodate the warm, humid climates experienced in the Southern states. These houses borrow heavily from country, Georgian and Federal house plans in terms of style. Plus, they consist of gabled roofs with dormers and wrap-around porches that provide enough shade and cool the home during the heat of the day.
Other typical characteristics of Southern house designs include uniformly spaced windows with distinct shutters, center doorways and entrances, strong supporting columns and covered balconies.
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Variations of Southern floor plans include:
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4 bedroom, 4 bathroom, Craftsman House Plan 52026 with finished walk-out basement is amazing both inside and out. You will find the rear elevation to be the show-stopper as you walk under one of the twin stone arches to the patio entrance of the finished walk-out basement. Above your head is a magnificent screened porch […]
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Southern Style House Plan 52025 has 3794 square feet of living space, 4 bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms, a 3 car garage, and a walkout basement. Interior and exterior photos from new construction are now available so you can see the finished home. The 90 degree garage design makes the house plan ideal for construction on a […]
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New Mountain Style House Plan 43328 | Total Living Area: 2683 SQ FT | Three Bedrooms | Two Full Bathrooms | One Half Bath | Two 3/4 Baths | 2 Car Garage | Dimensions: 68’4 Wide x 59’7 Deep Mountain Style House Plan 43328 is now available with interior photography and exterior photos from new […]
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Farmhouse Style Home Plan 74637 | Total Living Area: 2677 SQ FT | Bedrooms: 4 | Bathrooms: 2.5 | Garage Bays: 2 | Dimensions: 97′ Wide x 45′ Deep Are you looking for a farmhouse style home plan with an open design and lots of bedrooms for a large family? Do you picture yourself in […]
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Craftsman Style Home Plan 81218 | Total Living Area: 2301 SQ FT | Bedrooms: 3 | Bathrooms: 3.5 | Garage Bays: 3 | Dimensions: 94’10 W x 76’11 D To start, this home plan’s three-car garage is perfect for the car enthusiast. You’ll have plenty of space for the family’s car and for that project […]
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Multi-generational living is on the rise. As of 2016, 20% of households had two or more adult generations living under the same roof. The number of multi-generational households has been steadily increasing over the past few decades, from 25.8 million in 1970 to 64 million in 2016. One way to live peacefully with your parents or your […]Read More