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Stone and cedar siding dominate the facade of 4-bedroom house design in the Country style.

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One of our favorite homes. This two-story, country Craftsman has stunning curb appeal with its shakes and brick exterior. The elegant arches in fron...

Pacific Northwest homes are often characterized by how well they work with their natural environment - either along the shorelines, climbing the hills, or nestled in the valleys. These house plans take advantage of the varied landscape of Washington State, Oregon and British Columbia while the floor plans are often designed to maximize the capture of sunlight while also using overhangs to shelter from the rain. Shingle style, arts & crafts, and craftsman style homes have been especially popular. In more populated areas, Victorians, bungalows, ranch homes / ranchers are common. More...
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Pacific Northwest homes are often characterized by how well they work with their natural environment - either along the shorelines, climbing the hills, or nestled in the valleys. These house plans take advantage of the varied landscape of Washington State, Oregon and British Columbia while the floor plans are often designed to maximize the capture of sunlight while also using overhangs to shelter from the rain. Shingle style, arts & crafts, and craftsman style homes have been especially popular. In more populated areas, Victorians, bungalows, ranch homes / ranchers are common. More recently, modern house plan designs have gained wider popularity. More information about the Pacific Northwest's architecture can be found here.

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Pacific Northwest House Plans

Stone and cedar siding dominate the facade of 4-bedroom house design in the Country style.

Pacific Northwest homes are often characterized by how well they work with their natural environment - either along the shorelines, climbing the hills, or nestled in the valleys. These house plans take advantage of the varied landscape of Washington State, Oregon and British Columbia while the floor plans are often designed to maximize the capture of sunlight while also using overhangs to shelter from the rain. Shingle style, arts & crafts, and craftsman style homes have been especially popular. In more populated areas, Victorians, bungalows, ranch homes / ranchers are common. More recently, modern house plan designs have gained wider popularity. More information about the Pacific Northwest's architecture can be found here.

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Pacific Northwest Style Adapts Architectural Designs to Region’s Landscape & Climate


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House Designers Capture the Character, Diversity, and Lifestyle of the Region   A style where architecture does not get in the way of nature, Pacific Northwest designs accent the region’s natural beauty and landscapes. Whether it’s a rustic cabin, a bungalow, an Arts & Crafts or Craftsman, Queen Anne, modern contemporary home, or a houseboat, the Pacific Northwest home is built to work and adapt to its environment. This attractive 2-story, 3-bedroom bungalow has a roomy covered front porch. The roof i


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