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Attractive cotemporary style house plan with simple, clean lines.

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This luxury modern house plan has many contemporary amenities in its 5,555 living square feet. The home meets all luxury standards ...

Throughout the late 1960s and into the '70s, contemporary house plans became quite popular. What is it? Contemporary house design is a combination of several styles and is often seem in multi-level homes. Some of the characteristics are:

  • Garage placement on the front of the home for cost effectiveness.
  • Shallow pitched roofs that often extend from a higher level down over the lower level.
  • Simple, clean lines that are cost effective to build but attractive.
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Throughout the late 1960s and into the '70s, contemporary house plans became quite popular. What is it? Contemporary house design is a combination of several styles and is often seem in multi-level homes. Some of the characteristics are:

  • Garage placement on the front of the home for cost effectiveness.
  • Shallow pitched roofs that often extend from a higher level down over the lower level.
  • Simple, clean lines that are cost effective to build but attractive.
  • Windows are large and sometimes trapezoidal following the roof pitch in gables.
  • Exteriors are a mix of materials, such as wood, brick, rock, siding and stucco.
  • Vertical ornamentation is in simple patterns.

Contemporary homes are still being built across the nation and have been a very popular style both in tract home developments and custom home neighborhoods. Contemporary modern is another popular design that takes this style and combines it with more modern looks and features.

If this style appeals to you, browse through our collection of contemporary floor plans below and find one that fits you and your lifestyle.

 
 
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Contemporary House Plans & Home Designs

Attractive cotemporary style house plan with simple, clean lines.

Throughout the late 1960s and into the '70s, contemporary house plans became quite popular. What is it? Contemporary house design is a combination of several styles and is often seem in multi-level homes. Some of the characteristics are:

  • Garage placement on the front of the home for cost effectiveness.
  • Shallow pitched roofs that often extend from a higher level down over the lower level.
  • Simple, clean lines that are cost effective to build but attractive.
  • Windows are large and sometimes trapezoidal following the roof pitch in gables.
  • Exteriors are a mix of materials, such as wood, brick, rock, siding and stucco.
  • Vertical ornamentation is in simple patterns.

Contemporary homes are still being built across the nation and have been a very popular style both in tract home developments and custom home neighborhoods. Contemporary modern is another popular design that takes this style and combines it with more modern looks and features.

If this style appeals to you, browse through our collection of contemporary floor plans below and find one that fits you and your lifestyle.

 
 

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1600 Sq Ft.
From $945.00
3 Bedrooms
1 Floor
2 .5 Bathrooms
2 Garage Bays
2593 Sq Ft.
From $1250.00
4 Bedrooms
1 Floor
4 .5 Bathrooms
3 Garage Bays
985 Sq Ft.
From $795.00
2 Bedrooms
2 Floor
2 .5 Bathrooms
1 Garage Bays
5555 Sq Ft.
From $1800.00
4 Bedrooms
2 Floor
4 .5 Bathrooms
3 Garage Bays
1439 Sq Ft.
From $900.00
2 Bedrooms
1 Floor
2 .5 Bathrooms
0 Garage Bays
2684 Sq Ft.
From $1400.00
3 Bedrooms
1 Floor
3 .5 Bathrooms
2 Garage Bays
2459 Sq Ft.
From $1677.50
3 Bedrooms
2 Floor
2 .5 Bathrooms
2 Garage Bays
1329 Sq Ft.
From $375.00
3 Bedrooms
1 Floor
2 .5 Bathrooms
2 Garage Bays
1282 Sq Ft.
From $660.00
3 Bedrooms
1 Floor
2 .5 Bathrooms
1 Garage Bays
3869 Sq Ft.
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4 Bedrooms
1 Floor
4 .5 Bathrooms
3 Garage Bays
7563 Sq Ft.
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4 Bedrooms
2 Floor
3 .5 Bathrooms
4 Garage Bays
4183 Sq Ft.
From $1125.00
3 Bedrooms
1 Floor
3 .5 Bathrooms
3 Garage Bays
3374 Sq Ft.
From $1075.00
3 Bedrooms
2 Floor
2 .5 Bathrooms
3 Garage Bays
3885 Sq Ft.
From $2648.50
4 Bedrooms
2 Floor
3 .5 Bathrooms
3 Garage Bays
8095 Sq Ft.
From $2550.00
4 Bedrooms
1 Floor
4 .5 Bathrooms
4 Garage Bays
2652 Sq Ft.
From $1655.00
4 Bedrooms
1 Floor
2 .5 Bathrooms
2 Garage Bays
640 Sq Ft.
From $900.00
2 Bedrooms
1 Floor
1 .5 Bathrooms
0 Garage Bays
2140 Sq Ft.
From $840.00
4 Bedrooms
1 Floor
3 .5 Bathrooms
2 Garage Bays
3100 Sq Ft.
From $1917.50
4 Bedrooms
2 Floor
3 .5 Bathrooms
2 Garage Bays
1244 Sq Ft.
From $610.00
3 Bedrooms
1 Floor
2 .5 Bathrooms
2 Garage Bays
8454 Sq Ft.
From $1650.00
6 Bedrooms
2 Floor
6 .5 Bathrooms
4 Garage Bays
3 Bed
2 .5 Bath
1600 Sq Ft.
1 Floor
From: $945.00

4 Bed
4 .5 Bath
2593 Sq Ft.
1 Floor
From: $1250.00

2 Bed
2 .5 Bath
985 Sq Ft.
2 Floor
From: $795.00

4 Bed
4 .5 Bath
5555 Sq Ft.
2 Floor
From: $1800.00

2 Bed
2 .5 Bath
1439 Sq Ft.
1 Floor
From: $900.00

3 Bed
3 .5 Bath
2684 Sq Ft.
1 Floor
From: $1400.00

3 Bed
2 .5 Bath
2459 Sq Ft.
2 Floor
From: $1677.50

3 Bed
2 .5 Bath
1329 Sq Ft.
1 Floor
From: $375.00

3 Bed
2 .5 Bath
1282 Sq Ft.
1 Floor
From: $660.00

4 Bed
4 .5 Bath
3869 Sq Ft.
1 Floor
From: $2200.00

4 Bed
3 .5 Bath
7563 Sq Ft.
2 Floor
From: $2950.00

3 Bed
3 .5 Bath
4183 Sq Ft.
1 Floor
From: $1125.00

3 Bed
2 .5 Bath
3374 Sq Ft.
2 Floor
From: $1075.00

4 Bed
3 .5 Bath
3885 Sq Ft.
2 Floor
From: $2648.50

4 Bed
4 .5 Bath
8095 Sq Ft.
1 Floor
From: $2550.00

4 Bed
2 .5 Bath
2652 Sq Ft.
1 Floor
From: $1655.00

2 Bed
1 .5 Bath
640 Sq Ft.
1 Floor
From: $900.00

4 Bed
3 .5 Bath
2140 Sq Ft.
1 Floor
From: $840.00

4 Bed
3 .5 Bath
3100 Sq Ft.
2 Floor
From: $1917.50

3 Bed
2 .5 Bath
1244 Sq Ft.
1 Floor
From: $610.00

6 Bed
6 .5 Bath
8454 Sq Ft.
2 Floor
From: $1650.00

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Glass Window Trends for Contemporary Homes


TPC author Brian Toolan
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The use of large spans of floor-to-ceiling glass windows has become an integral part of modern architecture and contemporary house plans. Once seen primarily in commercial construction, today’s technology has enabled glass makers to make windows better — more energy efficient and affordable. Homes with big glass walls continue to be of interest to many people.   In prior decades, glass used to have low energy efficiency and the potential to cause interior damage to home furnishings and carpet from sunlight, whereas n


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