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New England Farmhouse w/ Wrap-Around Porch (HQ Plans & Pics)

There are a lot of advantages when you live outside the city. First of all, it’s far less saturating since you’re not living in small boxes put side to side. In the rural areas, neighbors visit each other’s houses for some chit-chat and small talk. In the city, you can’t even trust your own neighbors.


A peaceful and spacious environment is a crucial factor in one’s physical, emotional and mental health. Any house in the rural areas will give you peace of mind. If you need a little break from it all, the province will certainly cater to your needs. It’s important to think of yourself once in a while, not just deadlines and bills and paperwork.

This farmhouse is a stunner, for one. Just looking at it will give you a sense of tranquility. In fact, you’re going to want to stay in this house forever; even more, if you come check it out for yourself. The facade of the house is very linear in aesthetic. Its wrap-around porch, for one, is an eye-catcher. A wrap-around porch is a staple in an American farmhouse. It serves as a lounge area for you and your neighbors to talk over tea or coffee.

Built-in fireplace

Inside, you will see wooden flooring and an open common area. In the middle of the house is a 360 degree fireplace should you want to make the house a lot more comfortable than it already is.

Semi-open kitchen

This lovely design can also be built with a metal foundation and high-quality steel frames. Timber beams and columns can also be added. With this preference, you no longer have to worry about maintenance and durability.

Stats: 3072 sq.ft., 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, 2 car garage. More details and features in the plans below.

BluePrint Plans: Scroll down below!

Construction ready floor plans: get 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: House Plans

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