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A wide front porch with four columns on stone bases and three dormers adorn this Country style house plan.

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This plan is Southern comfort at its best! 

This magnificent home has such great curb appeal. The front porch is perfect for sit...

North Carolina's homes embrace a wide variety of architectural styles. These traditional east coast houses have a rich history of being well designed and timeless. Colonial, Federal, and Georgian house plan designs, with their balanced proportions and classical styling, have proved especially popular since the early days.

In more rural areas, the classic farmhouse or log cabin continues to be the home style of choice. If you...
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North Carolina's homes embrace a wide variety of architectural styles. These traditional east coast houses have a rich history of being well designed and timeless. Colonial, Federal, and Georgian house plan designs, with their balanced proportions and classical styling, have proved especially popular since the early days.

In more rural areas, the classic farmhouse or log cabin continues to be the home style of choice. If you get closer to the beach, the homes tend to get more of a coastal vibe. More recent development has led to the growing appreciation for narrow lot home designs.

Our North Carolina style homes have a lot of character, and still come in an affordable package. They're the perfect balance of getting the space you desire at an economical value.

Discover the North Carolina Home Style

Start exploring the special differences that make each one of our designs unique. See both the interior and exterior of the home, and get a feel for the flow from room to room.

If you’re moving to Asheville and looking to build a home that’s true to the area or moving somewhere else and want to take the North Carolina style with you, browse through our plans below. Please contact us with any additional questions you may have. We're here to help!

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North Carolina Home Plans

A wide front porch with four columns on stone bases and three dormers adorn this Country style house plan.

North Carolina's homes embrace a wide variety of architectural styles. These traditional east coast houses have a rich history of being well designed and timeless. Colonial, Federal, and Georgian house plan designs, with their balanced proportions and classical styling, have proved especially popular since the early days.

In more rural areas, the classic farmhouse or log cabin continues to be the home style of choice. If you get closer to the beach, the homes tend to get more of a coastal vibe. More recent development has led to the growing appreciation for narrow lot home designs.

Our North Carolina style homes have a lot of character, and still come in an affordable package. They're the perfect balance of getting the space you desire at an economical value.

Discover the North Carolina Home Style

Start exploring the special differences that make each one of our designs unique. See both the interior and exterior of the home, and get a feel for the flow from room to room.

If you’re moving to Asheville and looking to build a home that’s true to the area or moving somewhere else and want to take the North Carolina style with you, browse through our plans below. Please contact us with any additional questions you may have. We're here to help!

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North Carolina Offers an Eclectic Mix of Residential Architectural Styles


TPC author Rexy Legaspi
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Timeless and Elegant Home Designs in the “Old North State”   It should come as no surprise that North Carolina’s residential architecture is heavily influenced by European designs. After all, it was one of the 13 original colonies – settled by the English, Irish, Scots, and Germans. Its traditional homes have a rich history of being well-designed and timeless. In addition to the elegant Colonial, Federal, and Georgian styles, North Carolina also features the classic plantation and farmhouse, log cabin, bu


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