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Have you always loved Ranch style home plans? Luxury style house plans? Or, are you searching through home designs to build on a beach or in a coastal area, but haven’t figured out the style you want? Searching for your dream house plan by style may be the best way for you. House Plans and More has taken every house plan and categorized them so they can be searched by style easily and quickly all in one place. This is also a great way to become familiar with the architectural details of a certain style and determine the differences between similar house designs. Learn your tastes and preferences here and discover what architectural details will create the home of your dreams.

A-Frame Home Plans

The A-frame home is the perfect design for areas with heavy snowfalls since they are designed to help heavy snow slide to the ground instead of remaining on top of the house.

Acadian House Plans

Acadian homes are built of native cypress wood that is not affected by moisture or insects. They are typically raised on blocks to protect from flooding, termites and summer heat.

Adobe and Southwestern Plans

Adobe style homes are comfortable, eco-friendly and are especially practical in dry climates. Adobe/Southwestern style homes are usually one-level and have flat roofs, covered porches and vigas (round log ceiling beams).

Arts and Crafts House Plans

Simplicity and lack of ornamentation are characteristics of every Craftsman home. Using materials such as wood and stone, these homes blend in with any landscape.

Beach/Coastal House Plans Beach and Coastal House Plans

Many beach or coastal home plans use wood or concrete piers to create these safer foundations offering less chance of flooding.

Berm House Plans Berm Home Plans

Three sides of this home are literally tucked into the earth taking better advantage of the steady temperatures the soil provides.

Bungalow House Plans

The bungalow style home features one and half stories with most of the living spaces on the first floor, efficient floor plans, and a low-pitched roof. In the Bungalow style, many times the living room is at the center of the home, making this style truly family friendly.

charming beach cottage with pier foundation Cabin and Cottage Plans

This cabin or cottage has a pier foundation making it appear like it is on stilts and lifts the house off the ground. It is the ideal foundation type for Lowcountry style homes or homes in beach and coastal areas.

Cape Cod and New England Plans

Most homes that fit this style are symmetrical and feature 1 or 1 ½ stories. Shutters, which used to be essential to block wind and rain, are now used as decorative items to maintain the original look.

Colonial Floor Plans

Maintaining the simplicity of design, and adding luxuries that were in demand, these homes have withstood the test of time and are sure to remain a fixture decorating America.

Contemporary House Plans

These designs are typically asymmetrical and feature unique wall angles and irregular shaped windows for an abundance of light. Bold designs characterize these homes that feature open, flexible floor space and minimal decorative elements.

Country French Home Plans Country French Home Plans

Ranging from charming cottage homes to large estates, the exterior of a Country French home is characterized by the use of brick, stone or stucco and steep hip roof lines.

Country House Plans

A welcoming front porch, second-floor dormers and symmetrical windows characterize the Country home. As a grand space to enjoy the outdoors, the front porch is the focal point of this design.

Craftsman House Plans Craftsman House Plans

Craftsman homes also usually feature a wide, open porch anchored by foundation pillars for an enchanting outdoor living space. With its use of several natural materials, building a Craftsman home is a way to slow down and enjoy Mother Nature.

Early American House Plans

With a boxed shape, flat front facade and symmetrical design, the simplicity of the Early America style home is its trademark. At their beginning, shutters were a functional element, however they have stayed with the design for added decoration.

English Cottage Plans

Designed for families and empty nesters alike, if you’re looking for a home with a picturesque style, look no further than these English Cottage homes.

Luxurious European style 2-story house plan exterior photo European House Plans

European house plans can incorporate an abundance of different architectural elements, but more often these homes are larger and luxurious with rich, stately features.

Farmhouse Plans

Farmhouses are simply framed and usually rectangular in shape. The focal point of this design is the covered wrap-around porch, which beckons people to sit back and relax, generation after generation.

Florida House Plans

These homes provide a casual and relaxed feel with multiple windows and verandas for enjoying seaside breezes. Florida homes are designed to be durable since they can be exposed to strong weather conditions and high humidity.

Georgian House Plans

Georgian style homes are commonly seen with wood exteriors, but many also have brick exteriors, and they are always two-story with classic symmetrical lines.

Greek Revival House Plans Greek Revival Home Plans

With its simple lines, symmetrical shape and bold, yet simple moldings, the Greek Revival style became one of the most popular in the United States.

Italian House Plans Italian House Plans

Italian style homes feature a flat or low-pitched roof, widely overhanging eaves with large decorative brackets underneath, tall narrow windows and sometimes elaborate wrap-around porches.

Lake House Plans

Whether a getaway vacation cottage, extravagant waterfront estate or somewhere in-between, these Lake house plans boast enchanting designs for warm, family living.

Log Cabin House Plans Log Cabin Plans

Log Cabins can be handcrafted, using timbers that maintain their natural appearance, or milled to remove the natural imperfections to obtain timbers of the same size and appearance.

Log House Plans

A log house is typically made from logs that have not been milled into conventional lumber. There are two kinds of log homes: “handcrafted” and “milled.” Our collection of log home plans includes many styles and sizes to choose from.

Lowcountry Home Plans

Lowcountry homes typically are placed on raised foundations and feature broad hipped roofs that extend over deep covered front porches. Many of these homes also feature decorative roof dormers.

Luxury House Plans Luxury House Plans

Filled with magnificent amenities, our Luxury House Plans offer homeowners a grand lifestyle. As luxury is subjective, we have incorporated a vast variety of plans for everyone to find their dream Luxury Home.

Mediterranean House Plans Mediterranean House Plans

Designed because of their climate and the sunshine abundant regions they were originally built, these homes typically have open floor plans and high ceilings on the interior to keep the spaces airy and cool in hotter months.

Modern House Plans

With innovative design elements, these house plans tend to focus on the relationship between the exterior and interior. Ranging from almost any type of floor plan, the Modern house is not bound to specific rules.

Mountain Home Plans

Mountain House Plans are typically built on rugged hillside lots. Wide, open interiors with expansive windows allow homeowners to enjoy their vast scenic views.

Multi-Family House Plans

Multi-family house plans offer a flexible and economic solution for many families by providing a plan that has anywhere from two to over twelve dwellings that are attached. This type of design is perfect for children home from college, older relatives and can be a great source of income too.

Neoclassical House Plans Neoclassical Home Plans

The most recognizable features of the Neoclassical style include a symmetrical shape, tall columns, a domed roof and classic ornament.

Plantation House Plans

These luxurious Plantation designs recall the glory days of the South and its opulence, combining the finest amenities yet still offering all the comforts of home.

Prairie Style Floor Plans

Prairie style homes are designed with several elements including masonry piers, a wide porch, a cantilevered floor and exterior finishes such as stone, plaster with wood trim, or board and batten.

Ranch House Plans Ranch House Plans

The Ranch style house plan is a one-story house and a great bargain for homeowners. The perfect ranch home floor plan can be found at House Plans and More.

front of rustic style 2-story house plan Rustic Home Plans

Rustic homes plans are designed for comfort and warmth. House Plans and More offers the perfect rustic home plan designs.

Saltbox House Plans

A Saltbox Home Plan has just one story in the back and two stories in the front, imparting a Traditional look. House Plans and More can create the perfect Saltbox Home Plan.

Santa Fe House Plans

Santa Fe style plans include a variety of other styles commonly referred to as Pueblo, Spanish Revival, Adobe or Mission homes. Santa Fe homes are a unique style that perfectly suits the Southwest and New Mexico landscapes.

Shingle House Plans

Several architects started using shingles as siding creating the Shingle style that has an informal composition and reflects a more rustic and relaxed feel. Shingle style homes could often appear weathered like something battered on the New England coast.

Southern House Plans

The Southern Home Plan has several different styles, which are distinguished by their porch. House Plans and More can help craft this endearing floor plan.

Southern Plantation House Plans Southern Plantation Plans

The luxurious Southern Plantation Home Plan designs recall the glory days of the South. House Plans and More can create a great Southern Plantation Home Plan.

Southwestern House Plans

Southwestern style homes are comfortable, eco-friendly and practical in dry climates. House Plans and More can help create a great Southwestern home plan.

Spanish House Plans Spanish House Plans

The low-pitched red-tiled roof, stucco wall surface, and heavy ornamentation of Spanish House Plans can be created perfectly with the help of House Plans and More.

Sunbelt Home Plans

Sunbelt homes all commonly have open floor plans, stucco siding, tile roofs and plenty of outdoor living spaces perfect for taking in views of the surroundings. Their design makes them very popular in coastal areas.

Traditional House Plans

Floor plans often feature a central entry with formal living and dining rooms flanking the foyer and more casual living spaces to the rear of the home.

Tudor House Plans

Typically one and a half to two stories, Tudor homes are designed for comfortable family living incorporating stonework and timbers into the facade evoking Medieval times.

Vacation House Plan Vacation Home Plans

Open floor plans, large outdoor living spaces and abundant windows to take in the views characterize the Vacation House Plan.

Victorian House Plan Victorian House Plans

Bay windows, turrets and multiple rooflines create the Victorian Home. These asymmetrical designs often feature wide verandas and grand towers as well.

Waterfront Home Plans

With relaxing interiors designed to take in the scenic views, waterfront homes offer peace and tranquility. Large porches, balconies, and an abundance of windows offer seamless transitions from indoors to out.

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