Traditional home plans may have characteristics of one or more historical architectural styles, without being easily classified as any particular style. They may be eclectic (displaying multiple stylistic influences) or simply pared-down, modern-day interpretations of historic styles. As such, they fit in well in any number of settings, from established neighborhoods to rural lots. As their name suggests, they tend to feature “traditional” floor plans, with a formal living and dining room, along with traditional comforts like welcoming front porches and cozy fireplaces. Traditional house plans come in all sizes, with one or more stories. Browse our Traditional Home Plan collection to find the perfect home plan for your modern family, wrapped in good old-fashioned charm.
Architectural details borrowed from any historical style