Dutch Colonial Home Plans


Classic barn-style roofing sets Dutch Colonial homes apart. Other characteristics of Dutch Colonial architecture include side entrances, central double Dutch doorways, asymmetrical layouts, ground-level porches, double-hung sash windows and a chimney at one or both ends. Shed dormers often are built to allow windows and more headroom on the second floor. While original Dutch Colonial homes were built of stone or brick, any exterior material is commonly used today.


Features
  • Gambrel (barn-style) roof
  • Dutch doors (upper and lower halves can be opened separately)
  • Double-hung windows with shutters
  • Chimney on one or both ends

 

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  • Three Bedroom Dutch

    Plan #: HOMEPW12161

    Details
    Style:
    Dutch
    Size:
    2,535 Sq. Ft
    Stories:
    2
    Width:
    38’
    Depth:
    48’
    Baths:
    2
    Beds:
    3
    1/2 baths:
    0

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