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1000–1500-Square-Foot House Plans: Not Your Mom’s Small Home

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Stylish, versatile, and affordable, 1000–1500-square-foot home plans come with all the wonderful “big-home” elements that you can want – minus the huge price tag. From various architectural designs that feature open floor plans, vaulted and high ceilings, bonus spaces, and mudrooms, there’s everything to love about these smaller house plans.


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Considered unnecessary during the Post-War building years, the walk-in pantry has staged a revival in kitchen designs. Today, homeowners want a walk-in pantry with floor-to-ceiling shelves, counter space, and enough room for some appliances. Whether your walk-in pantry is small or large, remember to design one that gives you optimal storage.

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How do you find the ideal vacation home? Focus on the view. View lot house plans let you make the most of your natural surroundings by paying special attention to the beauty of the lot, giving you a home that will take your breath away every time you enter it.

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Having enough space to accommodate your family (and belongings) is essential to enjoying any home. We discuss the areas to focus on when looking for additional storage in house plans, and how to ensure that your new home will keep up with you and your growing family for years to come.

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From his quaint Colonial-style childhood home in Brookline, Massachusetts, to the huge mansion in Bronxville, New York; the winter getaway in Palm Beach, Florida; the classic townhouse in Georgetown, D.C.; and the summer home in Hyannisport, Massachusetts; President John F. Kennedy set the tone for stylish and luxurious residences.

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Looking for house plans with stylish kitchen designs? Thinking about making some possible renovations to your current home? Today’s modern kitchen is an exciting mix of cutting-edge technology with more traditional layouts that emphasize open communication and enjoyment. It might be the perfect solution to all of your family’s needs.

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As the laundry room steps out from the shadows into the mix to become a modern home design elements, architects and homeowners face the question of location. Should it be in the basement, in the garage, near the bedrooms upstairs, or on the main level? Here are reasons to consider the latter.

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From their beginnings during the “gold rush” of the 1800s, the Painted Ladies endured earthquakes, the hardship of wars, the postwar modernist “urban renewal,” and a Victorian renaissance. The Victorian homes stand today as a colorful witness to the perseverance of graceful architecture, beautiful design, and great workmanship in housing.

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While current design trends have veered away from opulent residences, traditional large house plans – such as Craftsman, European, French, Country, Ranch, and Contemporary – feature elegant, attractive and stylish architectural elements. Definitely not McMansions, 3,500-4,000 square-foot home plans can accommodate the lifestyle and needs of a growing family.

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How high should you go with the ceilings in your new home? As priorities shift, the sense of space and aesthetics provided by high ceilings take precedence over higher construction, heating, and cooling costs. So if budget is not an issue, go with what you find appealing and attractive.

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The Boston, Massachusetts, family home of Paul Revere – silversmith, war veteran, entrepreneur, and well-remembered figure of the American Revolution – was originally built over 300 years ago and still stands today. It is one of the oldest buildings in the region, and one of the first historical houses in the country.

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