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TEXAS LIVING HOUSE PLANS

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The focal point of this Texas style house plan is it's wraparound porch with a gazebo. The master suite as well as the great room have high ca...

Texas - inspired house plans can vary somewhat in specific details, mostly depending on the region and its proximity to other natural formations. The Lone Star State has some of the most unique geography in the country, which combined with its rich history and penchant for things big and grand, results in some incredibly unique house plan styles. The Galveston and Corpus Christi areas, for example, are closer to the Gulf of Mexico, and thus home plans here are more likely to include docks or backyards that lead right up to the beach. They can also feature large, open floor...
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Texas - inspired house plans can vary somewhat in specific details, mostly depending on the region and its proximity to other natural formations. The Lone Star State has some of the most unique geography in the country, which combined with its rich history and penchant for things big and grand, results in some incredibly unique house plan styles. The Galveston and Corpus Christi areas, for example, are closer to the Gulf of Mexico, and thus home plans here are more likely to include docks or backyards that lead right up to the beach. They can also feature large, open floor plans with natural finishes and huge windows for enjoying the gorgeous scenery. Some more traditional Texas style house plans draw on the state’s agriculture and livestock lineage, resulting in sprawling ranch and plantation home plans. These home plans can include high ceilings, multiple levels, and several bedrooms and bathrooms. Ranch home plans in particular typically cover large areas of land, including gardens, patios, and ample outdoor entertaining spaces.

Another well-known style of Texas archtecture are Hill Country house plans, which draw significantly from European styles thanks to the early settlers from countries such as Germany, Italy, and France. These home plans utilize the natural resources of the area, including cedar and limestone, as primary building materials, resulting in a sturdy and distinct look that also carries great heat insulation. The home plans commonly include a covered entryway that leads into a Great Room—wherein the living room, dining room, and kitchen are all combined into a single main area in an open floor plan that allows for greater access between each space for guests and family members. It is also common to find Texas house plans in Victorian, Craftsman, cottage, and Mediterranean home plan designs, each of which carries a signature Texas influence in terms of grandeur and use of open space.

 

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TEXAS LIVING HOUSE PLANS

Texas - inspired house plans can vary somewhat in specific details, mostly depending on the region and its proximity to other natural formations. The Lone Star State has some of the most unique geography in the country, which combined with its rich history and penchant for things big and grand, results in some incredibly unique house plan styles. The Galveston and Corpus Christi areas, for example, are closer to the Gulf of Mexico, and thus home plans here are more likely to include docks or backyards that lead right up to the beach. They can also feature large, open floor plans with natural finishes and huge windows for enjoying the gorgeous scenery. Some more traditional Texas style house plans draw on the state’s agriculture and livestock lineage, resulting in sprawling ranch and plantation home plans. These home plans can include high ceilings, multiple levels, and several bedrooms and bathrooms. Ranch home plans in particular typically cover large areas of land, including gardens, patios, and ample outdoor entertaining spaces.

Another well-known style of Texas archtecture are Hill Country house plans, which draw significantly from European styles thanks to the early settlers from countries such as Germany, Italy, and France. These home plans utilize the natural resources of the area, including cedar and limestone, as primary building materials, resulting in a sturdy and distinct look that also carries great heat insulation. The home plans commonly include a covered entryway that leads into a Great Room—wherein the living room, dining room, and kitchen are all combined into a single main area in an open floor plan that allows for greater access between each space for guests and family members. It is also common to find Texas house plans in Victorian, Craftsman, cottage, and Mediterranean home plan designs, each of which carries a signature Texas influence in terms of grandeur and use of open space.

 

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From Log Cabins to Southfork Ranch and Everything in Between… Variety Spices Texas Style Homes


TPC author Rexy Legaspi
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- The Lone Star State’s Unique Geographical Terrain and History Influence Design and Structure -     For most of us, Texas means rambling ranches, mission-style homes, and plantations. To others, it’s also the Alamo, John Wayne, the Dallas Cowboys, and those feuding Ewings of Southfork.  And to anyone who was raised or spent significant time here, it is also the home of quaint towns, “rolling hills covered with oak and cedar… creeks and rivers.”   With its vast spr


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