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Estate Home Plans
With living areas of greater than 3,500 square feet, our estate home collection includes house plans that are large enough to feature the finer details that will make your home a showcase. Designs showcase up-to-date kitchens, well-appointed gathering spaces, and extra amenities like studies, porches, or media rooms.
Country Exterior - Front Elevation Plan #928-1
Large Home Plans
Mediterranean Exterior - Front Elevation Plan #1058-1
Mansion Home Plans
At more than 5,000 square feet, these plans have plenty of room for entertaining, great informal spaces for family fun, and sumptuous private areas where it's easy to get away from life's troubles and relax. Our mansion house plans come in any style and offer such features as exciting home theaters, elegant master suites, and gourmet kitchens. Lavish outdoor spaces are also common, and offer entertainment and relaxation areas, including covered patios and decks, enchanting courtyards, and gorgeous verandas surrounding cool pools.
Country Exterior - Front Elevation Plan #430-56
Small Floor Plans
Our small home plans collection consists of floor plans of less than 1,500 square feet. While building costs will vary depending upon the quality of finishes chosen, generally speaking, a small house plan is more affordable to build. Small house plans offer a wide range of floor plan options. A small home is easier to maintain, cheaper to heat and cool, and faster to clean up when company is coming! Baby Boomers love small house plans because, after the kids have flown from the nest, smaller homes allow them to downsize a bit and relax. Young couples seek out our small house plans because they make great starter homes.
Cottage Exterior - Front Elevation Plan #56-547
Tiny Home Plans
If you’re looking for big savings and tons of charm, a tiny home plan from the collection below might be the perfect design for you! Why? Because, generally speaking, the smaller a house is, the less it costs to build, heat, cool, and maintain. Furthermore, the less you spend building and maintaining your house, the more you can spend on other things—from traveling the world to spoiling the grandkids. On the other hand, maybe money isn’t a huge concern for you. If so, a tiny house plan may still be a practical choice if you know you simply don’t need much space (who wants to pay for something they don't need?)