Dutch Colonial House Plans

Often constructed of stone with a combination of brick and clapboard, Dutch Colonial homes look solid and substantial and are the essence of coziness. The home's one to one-and-a-half stories are ideal for families seeking a formal interior layout coupled with a modest face to the street. Dutch Colonial homes offer little ornamentation, reflecting the simplicity of the interior design. A central front entry typically leads into a main hallway flanked by rooms to either side. The side-gabled gambrel or flared roof includes shed or gable dormers for ample light and ventilation. The large overhang at the front and back is often supported by posts to form a full-width porch.

  • Simple interior design
  • Gambrel or flared roof
  • Central front entry
  • Porch is common

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