Mission Home Plans

Historic mission churches built by Spanish colonists inspired this house style. The first Mission-style homes were built in California, but by the late 1800s, the style began to move eastward and began incorporating elements of the Prairie and Arts & Crafts styles. Mission-style houses have many of these features: smooth stucco siding, roof parapets, large square pillars, twisted columns, arcaded entry porch, round or quatrefoil window and red tile roof.

  • Stucco siding
  • Tile roof with rounded parapets
  • Large square pillars

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