A car path to a medium-sized garage

Elegant Country Porch Style Home of 1,992 Sq.Ft. (HQ Plans & Pictures)

With a huge living space of 1992 sq. feet, this country porch style home can accommodate a family of around five members. It is heavily inspired by the traditional elegance of the Victorian era. The overall design exudes beauty and drama.

Symmetrical facade

The facade is laid out in perfect symmetry with a very big lawn. The walls are made of sturdy red bricks and the shingled roof is dark-gray in color. Large windows allow natural light to fill the whole house and lighten up the mood of the people inside it. A pathway is paved leading to a medium-sized garage. Next to it is a bonus room which you can convert into a man-cave or a storage area.

The living room has a fireplace should you want to cuddle up with the one you love come winter. A total of three bedrooms are included in this house and each of them is injected with furnishing that is similar to that of the entire house.

Master suite

Some rooms can be converted into a media room or an office. It can also be another bedroom should a new member of the family moves in. Not a space in this house is wasted, which clearly displays the exceptional work of the architect/s behind it. At the back of the house, there is a covered porch that extends to a deck.

Living area with a fireplace

Should you wish your house is more durable, you can ask to have the house built in metal l frames.

Stats: 1,992 sq. feet (living area only), 1 floor, 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms. More info and features in the plans below!

Blueprint plans: scroll down below!

Construction ready plans: click here.

Note: this home may be constructed using metal framing, however, you should always consult your local architect-engineer and receive professional evaluation if such an option is feasible for this plan and your local building codes.

Source: All Plans


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