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Spacious Southern style home with 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, 2 car garage and flex space.

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This inviting Southern country house plan offers many upscale features. The front and rear covered porches add usable outdoor livin...

Also referred to as plantation homes, Southern style house plans typically have a neutral-colored brick or wood siding exterior and a large front porch that creates an inviting feel. To accommodate the warm weather of the South, these homes are spacious and airy with tall ceilings and lots of windows and doors. Hip or gabled roofs with a medium to shallow pitch and dormers are popular in this architectural style.

Southern home plans are available in a wide variety of square footage and come in both one-story and two-story layouts. These plans draw style influences similar to Read More

Also referred to as plantation homes, Southern style house plans typically have a neutral-colored brick or wood siding exterior and a large front porch that creates an inviting feel. To accommodate the warm weather of the South, these homes are spacious and airy with tall ceilings and lots of windows and doors. Hip or gabled roofs with a medium to shallow pitch and dormers are popular in this architectural style.

Southern home plans are available in a wide variety of square footage and come in both one-story and two-story layouts. These plans draw style influences similar to country house plans, and you can find southern architecture in many different regions of the US, including Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, and the Gulf Coast.

 

Plantation Style House Plans with Modern Amenities

This style became popular in the 1700s and was common amongst plantation owners. There are many plantation homes preserved throughout the South, usually built on large pieces of land. If you want that historic, Southern living look, you can get it by building one of the plans from our collection. Here are some common features you’ll find in these houses:

  • Windows with shutters.
  • Large front porches – or wraparound porches – with a series of round or square columns. Porches are built using a decking material rather than concrete and sometimes include a veranda to provide shade.

  • Other outdoor living spaces including decks, patios and even outdoor kitchens to soak up the warm breeze.

  • Open floor plans that combine the kitchen, dining room and living room all into one space.

  • Large kitchens with features such as walk-in pantries, islands, and breakfast nooks.

  • First-floor master suites separated from the other bedrooms in the home.

Browse below to find a southern floor plan with enough bedrooms and bathrooms to fit your new home needs. Contact us with any questions.

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Southern House Plans

Spacious Southern style home with 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, 2 car garage and flex space.

Also referred to as plantation homes, Southern style house plans typically have a neutral-colored brick or wood siding exterior and a large front porch that creates an inviting feel. To accommodate the warm weather of the South, these homes are spacious and airy with tall ceilings and lots of windows and doors. Hip or gabled roofs with a medium to shallow pitch and dormers are popular in this architectural style.

Southern home plans are available in a wide variety of square footage and come in both one-story and two-story layouts. These plans draw style influences similar to country house plans, and you can find southern architecture in many different regions of the US, including Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, and the Gulf Coast.

 

Plantation Style House Plans with Modern Amenities

This style became popular in the 1700s and was common amongst plantation owners. There are many plantation homes preserved throughout the South, usually built on large pieces of land. If you want that historic, Southern living look, you can get it by building one of the plans from our collection. Here are some common features you’ll find in these houses:

  • Windows with shutters.
  • Large front porches – or wraparound porches – with a series of round or square columns. Porches are built using a decking material rather than concrete and sometimes include a veranda to provide shade.

  • Other outdoor living spaces including decks, patios and even outdoor kitchens to soak up the warm breeze.

  • Open floor plans that combine the kitchen, dining room and living room all into one space.

  • Large kitchens with features such as walk-in pantries, islands, and breakfast nooks.

  • First-floor master suites separated from the other bedrooms in the home.

Browse below to find a southern floor plan with enough bedrooms and bathrooms to fit your new home needs. Contact us with any questions.

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Southern House Plans: A Timeless Style for Modern Times


TPC author Brian Toolan
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The Southern Style House Plan: Warm, Comfortable, Timeless… And Perfect for Today’s Living   When some think of a “Southern” home, the first images that come to mind are the grand plantation style homes from Gone with the Wind, The Help and movies in between where Southern or plantation homes took center stage. Yet true Southern homes are so much more than just those stately facades. A Southern style house plan captures the spirit of Southern living in its elegance combined with comfort, warm interior design


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