Sometimes bigger isn’t better. Small houses (less than 1000 sqft) are well suited for many types of homeowners. From newlyweds to retirees, a small house is typically the best bet to maximize the benefits of homeownership while keeping a low overhead. Smaller houses are typically cheaper to heat and easier to clean than their larger counterparts. They also make excellent cottages for intimate getaways to beautiful surroundings. Finally, a small house typically has a small footprint, which allows you to make the most of a small lot, maximize yard space, or leave room for a garage.
Dormers A Plus For Master Bedroom And Roofline | Plan No. 102016
The large living area has a vaulted ceiling and great view to the front of the house. A full laundry room, full bath, and large bedroom complete the main floor. This large a-frame looks great thanks to the interesting roof line formed by dormers in the loft bedroom.
Affordable design with bonus space and a loft | Plan No. 331097
Compact and affordable, this plan has all the character of a much larger home. Featuring two full bathrooms, a front entry porch and a loft, this is a great choice for a vacation home or year round living.
Victorian Beauty | Plan No. 149012
The charm of Victorian styling graces this beautiful home outside, while an interesting floor plan with angles and lots of windows gives interior appeal. A convenient main floor laundry area is found in the hallway.
Designed for Cottage Country | Plan No. 174100
This charming cottage features several windows, an elevated terrace with two patio doors, including one with a transom, and an architecture designed for cottage country. This restful house is 30 feet wide by 36 feet deep and provides 992 square feet of living space. The home includes a living room with a fireplace, a kitchen, a dining room, a bathroom and two bedrooms. An attractive vaulted ceiling is a highlight of the living room.
Country Style | Plan No. 322115
Retreat to the comfort of this country styled vacation home. A covered porch, spanning across the front, coupled with details like shingles and a stone chimney create an inviting exterior. The great room opens the space in the center of the home. Tall windows face the front, and a fireplace keeps the interior cozy. The kitchen features corner counter space, spacious cabinets and a window alcove to provide space for a table. A bedroom is also located on the main floor with windows to match those in the great room. The bathroom is across the hall for convenient access from all areas of the home. The second floor is a large loft area featuring more closet space and a built-in desk providing an area for the kids to bunk down. This cabin is designed for the snow loads found in mountains and clad in a pre-finished metal roof.