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6-bedroom in the Luxury Cottage style with gable-end decorative accents, wood shake siding, and stone wainscoting

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This lovely Cottage style home with Traditional influences (House Plan #198-1066) has 5130 square feet of living space. The 2 story floor plan incl...

Homes with six bedrooms are desired for more than just their space, but for the features and luxury that often come with them. With plans of this size, it’d be difficult to expect anything less than some extra conveniences around the home.

Whether you have a big or growing family, friends or relatives who stay with you, or just a liking for extra room, our six-bedroom house plans offer the amenities and space you’re searching for – and some you never expected.

Features of 6...
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Homes with six bedrooms are desired for more than just their space, but for the features and luxury that often come with them. With plans of this size, it’d be difficult to expect anything less than some extra conveniences around the home.

Whether you have a big or growing family, friends or relatives who stay with you, or just a liking for extra room, our six-bedroom house plans offer the amenities and space you’re searching for – and some you never expected.

Features of 6 Bedroom Home Plans

While balancing a home between functionality and comfort is a priority with all plans, six bedroom house designs offer more flexibility than smaller, more traditional size homes.

These features, and more, are available in many of these homes:

Six-bedroom houses are available in many different architectural styles including Craftsman, Modern, Colonial, Tuscan, Victorian, and many more. Certain architectural styles offer more grandiose designs and additional features such as a finished basement area.

Due to their sheer size, most of these six bedroom house plans have two stories; however, single story and three story plans are also available.

Browse our collection of homes with six bedrooms here and find a home that offers you both space and comfort.

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Six-Bedroom Floor Plans

6-bedroom in the Luxury Cottage style with gable-end decorative accents, wood shake siding, and stone wainscoting

Homes with six bedrooms are desired for more than just their space, but for the features and luxury that often come with them. With plans of this size, it’d be difficult to expect anything less than some extra conveniences around the home.

Whether you have a big or growing family, friends or relatives who stay with you, or just a liking for extra room, our six-bedroom house plans offer the amenities and space you’re searching for – and some you never expected.

Features of 6 Bedroom Home Plans

While balancing a home between functionality and comfort is a priority with all plans, six bedroom house designs offer more flexibility than smaller, more traditional size homes.

These features, and more, are available in many of these homes:

Six-bedroom houses are available in many different architectural styles including Craftsman, Modern, Colonial, Tuscan, Victorian, and many more. Certain architectural styles offer more grandiose designs and additional features such as a finished basement area.

Due to their sheer size, most of these six bedroom house plans have two stories; however, single story and three story plans are also available.

Browse our collection of homes with six bedrooms here and find a home that offers you both space and comfort.

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Five or More Bedrooms House Plans: Sometimes Bigger is Better


TPC author Rexy Legaspi
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Space and Versatility Define Home Plans with More Than Four Bedrooms   In the midst of the Tiny House Movement and concerns regarding the impact of a large house on the environment, why would a family go for a house plan with five bedrooms or more? Didn’t the McMansion style crash years ago?  Yes, the McMansion years are over. In fact, the U.S. Census Bureau’s annual study revealed that the median size of a new single-family home completed in 2016 was 2,422 square feet – down from 2,687 square feet in 2


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