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Characterized by the unique separation of space, split master bedroom plans allow homeowners to create a functional arrangement of bedrooms that doesn’t hinder the flow of the main living area. These types of homes can appear in either single-level or two-story homes, with many different possible room layouts, depending on the overall design of the house. In a single story house with a split master bedroom, the master suite typically appears on...
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Characterized by the unique separation of space, split master bedroom plans allow homeowners to create a functional arrangement of bedrooms that doesn’t hinder the flow of the main living area. These types of homes can appear in either single-level or two-story homes, with many different possible room layouts, depending on the overall design of the house. In a single story house with a split master bedroom, the master suite typically appears on one side of the dwelling while the other bedrooms sit on the other, with the living room and kitchen sitting in-between. This reduces the need for hallways, which waste precious space and create disruptive divisions within the entertaining areas while allow you to spend more of your budget on other house features.

Depending on the overall layout of the floor plan, the master bedroom may sit at the rear of the house or off to a single side, along with the master bathroom, allowing for extra privacy as it doesn’t share walls with the other bedrooms.

Features of Split Bedroom House Plans

Two-story split bedroom house plans frequently place the master bedroom on the ground floor, exclusively reserving the upper floors for the additional bedrooms. This type of layout is a common choice for families, especially those with older children, as it allows the parents to have easy access to their room while giving the children more space and independence. Because the children’s rooms are not on the main floor of the home, it also results in more space in the main living area. This can often allow for the creation of a spacious, open-floor-plan concept on the main floor, combining the kitchen, living room, and dining room in a seamless flow. This plan layout also makes it easier for aging homeowners to get access to the master bedroom because it doesn’t require climbing stairs.

Browse through our collection of split bedroom floor plans, and reach out with any questions you may have.

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Split Bedroom House Plans and Split Master Bedroom Suite Floor Plans

Lovely, affordable Florida style home with gables, one level living, 4 bedrooms and over 1900 square feet.

Characterized by the unique separation of space, split master bedroom plans allow homeowners to create a functional arrangement of bedrooms that doesn’t hinder the flow of the main living area. These types of homes can appear in either single-level or two-story homes, with many different possible room layouts, depending on the overall design of the house. In a single story house with a split master bedroom, the master suite typically appears on one side of the dwelling while the other bedrooms sit on the other, with the living room and kitchen sitting in-between. This reduces the need for hallways, which waste precious space and create disruptive divisions within the entertaining areas while allow you to spend more of your budget on other house features.

Depending on the overall layout of the floor plan, the master bedroom may sit at the rear of the house or off to a single side, along with the master bathroom, allowing for extra privacy as it doesn’t share walls with the other bedrooms.

Features of Split Bedroom House Plans

Two-story split bedroom house plans frequently place the master bedroom on the ground floor, exclusively reserving the upper floors for the additional bedrooms. This type of layout is a common choice for families, especially those with older children, as it allows the parents to have easy access to their room while giving the children more space and independence. Because the children’s rooms are not on the main floor of the home, it also results in more space in the main living area. This can often allow for the creation of a spacious, open-floor-plan concept on the main floor, combining the kitchen, living room, and dining room in a seamless flow. This plan layout also makes it easier for aging homeowners to get access to the master bedroom because it doesn’t require climbing stairs.

Browse through our collection of split bedroom floor plans, and reach out with any questions you may have.

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