From historical farm home plans to quaint Cape Cods and grand Colonial floor plans, you'll find an authentic collection of house plans that have 370 years of settlement behind it. These gorgeous homes have universal appeal and have been built throughout the U.S. and in many countries around the globe.
The term, Cape Cod house plans, is also often used to describe an exterior style, in this case, a house plan style familiar on Cape Cod, MA. Such cape Cod house plans are typically simple structures with a balanced facade and almost always clad in real or simulated wood shingles. Many Cape Cod house plans are also expandable, in that they allow the owner to leave all or part of the second floor unfinished until needed.Read More
Colonial house plans are almost always two story house plans and can vary from the more formal, balanced, colonial facades to the informal Early American style. Although front porches are common to many colonial house plans, certain styles, such as Georgian or Federal, do not have front porches. Adding details like small casement leaded glass windows, rustic wood ceiling beams or a large central, stone fireplace can embellish the colonial feel of a modern floor plan..Read More