If your garage doesn’t have enough space for a garage or you simply do not want to build one, then consider erecting a carport instead. Carports are less expensive and offer a beautiful alternative to constructing a complete garage. This makes them ideal for any garageowner who wants to maximize parking space while minimizing building costs. Carports are extremely versatile and are ideal for a wide range of applications. If you don't need it for a vehicle, you can use your carport as an entertainment space, a private space or part of your garden without doing any significant renovations. Acquiring the right carport plan is the key to unlocking all these possibilities.
Traditional House Plan 83118 | Total Living Area: 2858 SQ FT | Bedrooms: 5 | Bathrooms: 3 | Dimensions: 60′ Wide x 54’10” Deep | Garage: 2 Car A fresh rendition of the classic two story, this home defines the style in a whole new way. Bright, clean white cladding, painted brick and dark stained …Read More
This charming Farmhouse Style House Plan 82560 has everything you’re looking for and more. This home plan gives you just 2,294 square feet of living space complete with 4 bedrooms, 2 full baths and 2 half baths. If contrast is what you are looking for, then the outside of this home is sure to wow …Read More
When you think of cottages, you might bring to mind images of fairytale homes in the countryside or quintessential small-town English homes. While these common and very popular ideas of cottages are accurate, modern-day cottage designs are versatile and unique, with few aesthetic rules. Today, cottages are no longer reserved for vacation homes or rural …Read More
Whether it’s in an urban city core or a sparsely populated suburb, garage apartment plans offer a whole new range of housing solutions. Garage apartments are an efficient way to optimize your land by building upon existing structures. Even if you opt for new construction of a detached garage with an apartment above it, you …Read More
The French countryside brings to mind romantic images of rolling hills and cozy chalet homes, so it’s no surprise that Americans have been imitating that concept in French country house plans. Though French country homes have evolved over the centuries, especially when they made their way to the Americas, they maintain the rustic charm and …Read More
There has always been an old-world glamour to European architecture, so it’s no surprise that it’s become a common umbrella term for a large variety of architectural styles in the United States and Canada. European house plans are popular with everyone from first-time homebuyers to empty-nesters looking to downsize. The range in styles, and their …Read More