House Plan with Master BR Upstairs
For families who prefer the traditional layout of the master suite upstairs with the secondary bedrooms, there are many beautiful options in this collection.
House Plans with Elevator
As Baby Boomers retire, accessibility in their homes will become more important. House plans with elevators make it easier to age in place.
House Plans with Fireplaces
A fireplace instantly gives character, warmth, and focus to a room. This huge collection contains designs that showcase at least one fireplace.
House Plans with Hidden/Safe Room
Whether homeowners want a secure space for emergencies, an area to safeguard precious valuables, a place to wait out a storm, or simply a fun hidden room, these unique layouts offer more than meets the eye.
House Plans with Indoor Pool
Pools are wonderful amenities for recreation and fitness, but what if you’re building in an area with distinct seasons? These unique plans include pools or spas in enclosed spaces within the home so that owners can swim and relax throughout the whole year.
House Plans with Inlaw Suite
As the population ages, more families will become caretakers for elderly parents or relatives. These house plans with in-law suites offer the needed space (often on the first floor, ideal for a person with limited mobility).
House Plans with Jack and Jill Bathrooms
For families with young children, a Jack and Jill bathroom that serves the secondary bedrooms, saves space, and provides extra privacy.
House Plans with Main Level Master
Main level master house plan designs offer convenience and practicality, especially if you're planning to age in place, or simply crave an extra layer of daily convenience.
House Plans with Mudrooms
Home plans with mudrooms offer homeowners a place in which to dispose of and store wet and/or dirty clothing and supplies before entering the main living area.
House Plans with Open Floor Plans
It’s no surprise that open floor plans are the layout of choice for today’s buyers. What explains their immense popularity? Many reasons: open layouts make small homes feel larger, create excellent sightlines, and promote a modern sense of relaxation and casual living.