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4-bedroom Country style Traditional home design with large white porch columns and stacked-stone accents.

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This two-story home flaunts four striking columns on stone supports, plus shingle siding, shutters and stone accents. The sidelighted entry opens to...

Our New England house plans collection features those homes that are especially popular with homeowners in the Northeastern U.S., including Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Connecticut, and Rhode Island. Given the region's settlements by colonists from England, architectural styles from that era still popular today include Colonial and Cape Cod homes. Over time, New England originated new styles, such as the shingle style home plan. The region also adopted styles from other parts of the country depending on the landscape and the population density. As a result, styles...
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Our New England house plans collection features those homes that are especially popular with homeowners in the Northeastern U.S., including Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Connecticut, and Rhode Island. Given the region's settlements by colonists from England, architectural styles from that era still popular today include Colonial and Cape Cod homes. Over time, New England originated new styles, such as the shingle style home plan. The region also adopted styles from other parts of the country depending on the landscape and the population density. As a result, styles varying from farmhouse and country to traditional and contemporary can be found throughout New England.

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New England House Plans

4-bedroom Country style Traditional home design with large white porch columns and stacked-stone accents.

Our New England house plans collection features those homes that are especially popular with homeowners in the Northeastern U.S., including Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Connecticut, and Rhode Island. Given the region's settlements by colonists from England, architectural styles from that era still popular today include Colonial and Cape Cod homes. Over time, New England originated new styles, such as the shingle style home plan. The region also adopted styles from other parts of the country depending on the landscape and the population density. As a result, styles varying from farmhouse and country to traditional and contemporary can be found throughout New England.

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A Guide to 5 Essential New England Architectural House Styles


TPC author Rexy Legaspi
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The Many Faces of Architectural House Designs in the Northeast   Along the hills, the countryside and coast line of New England – from the southernmost tip of Connecticut all the way north to Maine – fascinating homes of diverse architectural styles line village and city streets. The sights can be modest Cape Cods and Colonials, Shingle-style homes, Federal row houses on Boston’s Beacon Hill, modern Farmhouses, or one of those imposing historic mansions in Newport, Rhode Island. Often called the essence of Ameri


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