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4-bedroom Craftsman narrow lot house plan with ochre wood siding and brown trim.

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This is a classic narrow house plan for lots in high density zones. This house features 4 bedrooms, 2 car garage and many ameniti...

These narrow lot house plans are designs that measure 45 feet or less in width. They typically are for urban areas where a narrow footprint is needed. However, just because these designs are narrow does not mean they skimp on features and comfort.

Features of House Plans for Narrow Lots

Tall ceilings impart a sense of spaciousness no matter how narrow the house is. What the floor plan lacks in width may be made up in length, and features like main-floor master...
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These narrow lot house plans are designs that measure 45 feet or less in width. They typically are for urban areas where a narrow footprint is needed. However, just because these designs are narrow does not mean they skimp on features and comfort.

Features of House Plans for Narrow Lots

Tall ceilings impart a sense of spaciousness no matter how narrow the house is. What the floor plan lacks in width may be made up in length, and features like main-floor master suites or second-floor laundries (where all bedrooms are on the second floor) are not width dependent.

Narrow house plans are perfect for new couples just starting out. They are also preferable for small families who want to live in a more urban community where their kids will likely have an easy time finding playmates.

Narrow lots may be longer to make up for the narrow width. Outdoor spaces can be planned for beautiful gardens front or back as a great pastime for those with a green thumb. Many narrow lot homes have rear-entry garages, common in urban areas.

No matter your situation, our narrow house plans are proof that your home doesn’t have to take up much space to make a lasting impression. Feel free to use our advanced search engine to refine your selections to find your dream home.

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Narrow Lot House Plans

4-bedroom Craftsman narrow lot house plan with ochre wood siding and brown trim.

These narrow lot house plans are designs that measure 45 feet or less in width. They typically are for urban areas where a narrow footprint is needed. However, just because these designs are narrow does not mean they skimp on features and comfort.

Features of House Plans for Narrow Lots

Tall ceilings impart a sense of spaciousness no matter how narrow the house is. What the floor plan lacks in width may be made up in length, and features like main-floor master suites or second-floor laundries (where all bedrooms are on the second floor) are not width dependent.

Narrow house plans are perfect for new couples just starting out. They are also preferable for small families who want to live in a more urban community where their kids will likely have an easy time finding playmates.

Narrow lots may be longer to make up for the narrow width. Outdoor spaces can be planned for beautiful gardens front or back as a great pastime for those with a green thumb. Many narrow lot homes have rear-entry garages, common in urban areas.

No matter your situation, our narrow house plans are proof that your home doesn’t have to take up much space to make a lasting impression. Feel free to use our advanced search engine to refine your selections to find your dream home.

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Creativity and Flexibility Define Narrow Lot House Plans


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Creative. Green. Affordable. Narrow Lot Floor Plans Gain Traction with Young Home Buyers   Not everyone is made for the sprawling suburban environment with huge homes and acres of lawn. For those who prefer a smaller ecological footprint for their home, the narrow lot house design offers new and fresh perspectives. In some areas, narrow lot home designs are even encouraged to increase social interaction among neighbors and promote a feeling of community.  Reminiscent of Bungalow Row in Chicago and the iconic Philadelphia and


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