The charm of this craftsman cottage makes it one of our absolute favorites, so we had to show it to you first. We love how the plan’s high ceilings use all of the lot’s vertical space, creating an airy and cozy atmosphere.
The front porch of this lovely home plan also opens straight into the great room, creating a warm and inviting ambiance the moment you step in.
This space features a striking fireplace with a built-in entertainment unit above it. Because it’s so open, the floor plan makes the most of every square inch of space, weaving the dining area and kitchen perfectly into its design.
What a beauty! You definitely don’t have to compromise on style while building on a narrow lot. This 3-bedroom contemporary house reclaims the “shotgun house” label with a fashionable modern twist.
Because of its size and design, this home would be perfect for retirement, a vacation getaway, or even a starter home! The pleasant one-story home's floor plan has 1365 square feet of fully conditioned living space and includes the following amenities:
Spacious walk-in closets in each of the 3 bedrooms
The free-flowing nature of this Colonial-style country home gives off such a homey vibe that we had to include it in our favorites.
We love that there are plenty of windows (particularly in the back living area) which would allow all who live here a view of picturesque surroundings. In addition, the adorable 1.5-story home's floor plan has 1656 square feet of heated and cooled living space and features other amenities such as:
Vaulted ceiling in the living room, dining area, and patio
Spacious utility room
Walk-in kitchen pantry
Lots of storage
It really makes perfect use of the space available.
This distinctive modern brownstone-style house has plenty of contemporary touches. It offers plenty of space and charm and is designed for gracious living, including 3 spacious bedrooms. It can be perfect as a standalone or fit right into a more urban neighborhood in any American city.
The floor plan has 2843 square feet of heated and cooled living space on the main and upper levels. With wonderful amenities and a straightforward design, this house may well be perfect for you and your family.
This wonderfully designed Farmhouse style home just oozes country charm. It has clean, simple styling and unique clapboard siding, all of which contribute to a natural, homey curb appeal that would work perfectly in both rural or more suburban surroundings.
The elegant 2-story floor plan has 3312 square feet of living space and includes 4 bedrooms.
If you have a lot that is narrow in the sense that it is wide, but not deep, this home would fit perfectly.
This unique craftsman house has country influences and meets at the sweet spot of the two designs, sporting the best of both. Its strong stone detailing makes the most of the “small” space, but at 1440 square feet and 2 bedrooms, there is still plenty of space for a young family or pair of empty nesters.
It also has 2 full bathrooms and a 2-car garage, along with a covered porch and plenty of storage space.
This cozy farmhouse turns the typical “shotgun” style on its head by incorporating all the charming characteristics of a modern farmhouse, like plenty of windows and four sturdy columns to frame the front of the house.
It might seem narrow (it’s only 24 feet across), but still packs in over 2100 square feet of living space into its narrow footprint.
There are plenty of amenities, like:
Mudroom with space for built-in storage like lockers or a bench
This charming Cottage style home plan has Bungalow influences and manages to fit 2185 square feet of living space into its narrow frame. It has plenty of room for a family, with 3 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms, and 1 half bath.
There’s also a central fireplace for cozy nights, as well as a gorgeous front porch for warmer afternoons.
Nowadays, a narrow lot isn’t one for the “cons” column. It’s easy to build the home of your dreams on the lot you have, whatever the size. You don’t have to sacrifice style or amenities with these home plans and their smart use of space. If you have any questions about building on a narrow lot, please feel free to contact us.