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Traditional country style home features a brick exterior, single story living, 4 bedrooms, 2 baths and a grilling porch.

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Great for growing families, this country ranch home fits most family's needs (Plan #153-1440). The open floor plan creates the sense of a much l...

Within South Carolina, home owners enjoy a wide variety of architectural styles by region. In Charleston and the Low Country, Colonial and Southern style homes are popular and well maintained. Closer to the coastline, beachfront homes with elevated main levels are popular and practical. In the South Carolina Midlands and around Columbia, traditional house styles are popular. While in the Piedmont, home builders are finding increasing demand for log cabin and craftsman style homes.

If that's not enough, take a look through our Read More

Within South Carolina, home owners enjoy a wide variety of architectural styles by region. In Charleston and the Low Country, Colonial and Southern style homes are popular and well maintained. Closer to the coastline, beachfront homes with elevated main levels are popular and practical. In the South Carolina Midlands and around Columbia, traditional house styles are popular. While in the Piedmont, home builders are finding increasing demand for log cabin and craftsman style homes.

If that's not enough, take a look through our North Carolina home plan selection. Many of these are timeless clasics as well and offer a variety of architectural styles.

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South Carolina House Plans

Traditional country style home features a brick exterior, single story living, 4 bedrooms, 2 baths and a grilling porch.

Within South Carolina, home owners enjoy a wide variety of architectural styles by region. In Charleston and the Low Country, Colonial and Southern style homes are popular and well maintained. Closer to the coastline, beachfront homes with elevated main levels are popular and practical. In the South Carolina Midlands and around Columbia, traditional house styles are popular. While in the Piedmont, home builders are finding increasing demand for log cabin and craftsman style homes.

If that's not enough, take a look through our North Carolina home plan selection. Many of these are timeless clasics as well and offer a variety of architectural styles.

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Lowcountry Architecture: A Mix of the Simple, Functional, and Elegant


TPC author Rexy Legaspi
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This Regional Architectural Style Highlights Southern Comfort and Style   On a 200-mile expanse along the coast of South Carolina and Georgia is the Lowcountry, or Low Country, region – so-called because of its low elevation. Stretching from Charleston to Savannah, this geographic area is a favorite with tourists as well as people who love to live in a warm climate and slow-paced environment. Imagine seaside resorts, stunning landscapes, cultural sites, and you have a vision of this region that is steeped in natural


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