Low Country House Plans

Low Country house plans originated near marshy Southern waterways and are best suited for such climates, though they make excellent primary or vacation homes in most any setting. Low Country, also known as Tidewater, homes are often raised to rest on a high crawlspace or pier foundation, to protect them from flooding in coastal areas. Floor plans are usually rectangular, with a central entrance that leads to a traditional hall-and-parlor floor plan, though modern designs most often have open floor plans. Typical features of the Low Country home are a large shady porch, often wrapping around the house, a steeply-pitched hipped roof, and abundant windows.

  • Raised on piers to prevent flood damage
  • Large shady porches
  • Abundant windows
Low Country Style House - Plan HWBDO55429

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