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Luxurious home in the European style of architecture with impressive curb appeal.

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This luxury home plan style is of classic French and European home design. The raised foyer funnels into an elegan...

European style house plans are among the most popular and trendy home styles in the United States. The European architecture brings together the styles from England, France, and Italy.

European homes are well liked for their steep roofline, which makes the whole area look more spacious and roomy. This home design allows homeowners to plan elaborate woodwork of their preferred style, making it feel like old country-style homes. European style home plans often have stucco, wood, brick, or  Read More

European style house plans are among the most popular and trendy home styles in the United States. The European architecture brings together the styles from England, France, and Italy.

European homes are well liked for their steep roofline, which makes the whole area look more spacious and roomy. This home design allows homeowners to plan elaborate woodwork of their preferred style, making it feel like old country-style homes. European style home plans often have stucco, wood, brick, or stone exteriors, which give them a country touch and elegancy.

These plans are known for their arched doors and huge windows, making the interior of the house airy. The high ceilings typical in this house plan design makes the living area look and feel vast and spacious.

Families with kids find this style of plan more preferable because they tend to be larger with more rooms, so children don’t have to share bedrooms. Fireplaces and inner courtyards are common, adding to the luxurious living of European house plans.

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European House Plans

Luxurious home in the European style of architecture with impressive curb appeal.

European style house plans are among the most popular and trendy home styles in the United States. The European architecture brings together the styles from England, France, and Italy.

European homes are well liked for their steep roofline, which makes the whole area look more spacious and roomy. This home design allows homeowners to plan elaborate woodwork of their preferred style, making it feel like old country-style homes. European style home plans often have stucco, wood, brick, or stone exteriors, which give them a country touch and elegancy.

These plans are known for their arched doors and huge windows, making the interior of the house airy. The high ceilings typical in this house plan design makes the living area look and feel vast and spacious.

Families with kids find this style of plan more preferable because they tend to be larger with more rooms, so children don’t have to share bedrooms. Fireplaces and inner courtyards are common, adding to the luxurious living of European house plans.

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Old World House Plans: Living the “Old World” Dream at Home


TPC author Rexy Legaspi
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European-Style House Plans: Eclectic Old World Charm   One of the most popular and sought-after home styles in the United States is the European-style plan—a design that evokes the splendor of the Old World and eclectic charm of the European continent. From an English cottage to a Tudor home, a Mediterranean or Spanish house to a French-inspired country home, European house plans can be adapted to every region of the U.S. Here, then, is a view of a delightful architectural look that brings together styles from England, Franc


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