House plans

The plans on this site are complete and buildable. Additional documentation may be necessary in order to obtain a permit. You may need DOE energy calculations specific to your region (  http://www.energycodes.gov/), a site plan with the house located on the lot, and/or a septic plan (if not connected to sanitary sewer).

In Hurricane and earthquake prone areas you may need to obtain additional engineering or architectural review. This must be done by a registered architect or structural engineer in your state or territory. New York, New Jersey, Nevada and parts of Illinois require this as well. Your local building official in most cases can provide you with a list of the information necessary. Because codes and enforcement vary greatly from region to region, state to state, county to county, and even city to city, your local building department is your greatest source of information.

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A web site for house plans, home plans, home designs, blueprints, floor plans and custom house plans.

Specializing in Craftsman or Arts and Crafts, Farm House, French Country, New American, Praire style, English Tudor, Victorian and Vacation or Lake Homes.

Two story house plans
Two Story House plans
Two Story House plans
Two Story House plans
Two Story House plans
Two Story House plans
Two Story House plans
Two Story House plans
Two Story House plans
Two Story House plans
Two Story House plans
Two Story House plans
Two Story House plans

French country style homes have a rich elegence. Typically they have a very steep pitched roof with rounded accents or dormers and short arched overhangs  The heaviest materials anchor the bottom of the house, while lighter materials such as stucco grace the upper portions of these sophisticated designs. Ornate detailing such as brackets, trim or wrought iron complement the rest of the home.

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