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3-bedroom, country ranch home in a split-bedroom floor plan layout with 2004 sq ft and both front and rear porches.

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This unmistakable country Craftsman spills with inviting Southern charm. The front covered with porch greets guests and welcomes them into your...

Home designs with three bedroom spaces offer the perfect balance between space and practicality. They’ll typically fit on a standard lot, yet there’s enough room for everyone in the family.

If your family is small but expected to grow or you need a little extra space to build that dream bonus room you’ve been wanting, browse through our collection of plans all containing three bedrooms.

Common Characteristics of Three-Bedroom Floor Plans

Finding the perfect home is all about the features, and these plans offer a great...
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Home designs with three bedroom spaces offer the perfect balance between space and practicality. They’ll typically fit on a standard lot, yet there’s enough room for everyone in the family.

If your family is small but expected to grow or you need a little extra space to build that dream bonus room you’ve been wanting, browse through our collection of plans all containing three bedrooms.

Common Characteristics of Three-Bedroom Floor Plans

Finding the perfect home is all about the features, and these plans offer a great variety to choose from.

There are many simple three-bedroom house plans to choose from but also a lot of luxurious designs, too. These homes, on average, are around 1,500 to 3,000 square feet, but they can range anywhere from 800 to 10,000 square feet.

A few common features in three-bedroom homes include:

  • Eat -in kitchen
  • Mudroom
  • Laundry room
  • Porches or decks
  • 1–2 bathrooms
  • Attached garage
  • Jack & Jill bathroom

Many of these houses also fall into our green, energy-efficient plan category.

Typically, these homes are 1.5–2 stories and there are options for almost every lot type. They are available in almost every architectural style, including ranch, farmhouse, cottage, colonial, and many more.

Browse our collections of three-bedroom home plans, and contact us if you need more information during your research process.

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Three-Bedroom House Plans

3-bedroom, country ranch home in a split-bedroom floor plan layout with 2004 sq ft and both front and rear porches.

Home designs with three bedroom spaces offer the perfect balance between space and practicality. They’ll typically fit on a standard lot, yet there’s enough room for everyone in the family.

If your family is small but expected to grow or you need a little extra space to build that dream bonus room you’ve been wanting, browse through our collection of plans all containing three bedrooms.

Common Characteristics of Three-Bedroom Floor Plans

Finding the perfect home is all about the features, and these plans offer a great variety to choose from.

There are many simple three-bedroom house plans to choose from but also a lot of luxurious designs, too. These homes, on average, are around 1,500 to 3,000 square feet, but they can range anywhere from 800 to 10,000 square feet.

A few common features in three-bedroom homes include:

  • Eat -in kitchen
  • Mudroom
  • Laundry room
  • Porches or decks
  • 1–2 bathrooms
  • Attached garage
  • Jack & Jill bathroom

Many of these houses also fall into our green, energy-efficient plan category.

Typically, these homes are 1.5–2 stories and there are options for almost every lot type. They are available in almost every architectural style, including ranch, farmhouse, cottage, colonial, and many more.

Browse our collections of three-bedroom home plans, and contact us if you need more information during your research process.

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