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plan style English Country
English Country house plans are in many ways similar to the French Country house plans. English Country home plans do not have the rafter tail kick that its counterpart has. The English Country house plan will feature more squared off windows, diamond shaped window panes and squared off openings along with the use of timbers, stone, and stucco elements. The English Tudor style will feature the use of half timbers for many of the exterior walls.

Featured English Country House Plans

Plan C-2766 - Shiraz
Plan C-2545 - Cabernet
Plan F-4219 - Auvergne
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Auvergne #(F-4219)
PLAN CANNOT BE BUILT IN NORTH CAROLINA
Total Heated Sq. Ftg.  4,219
Bedrooms:  4
Full Baths:  4
Half Baths:  1
# of Stories:  2
House Width:  59'-0
House Depth:  81'-0
Plan Style:  Multi level Open Floor English Country French Country European Cottage
Pictures:  4
Avalon #(C-2908)
A winning mix of stacked stone and cedar shingles highlights this French country home. For an open feeling, we separated the upper level bedrooms with a balcony, which overlooks the great room and foyer.
Total Heated Sq. Ftg.  4,131
Bedrooms:  6
Full Baths:  5
Half Baths:  1
# of Stories:  2
House Width:  103'-8
House Depth:  57'-5
Plan Style:  Mountain/Hillside English Country European Cottage Lake Front Golf Course Country Bonus Room Open Floor Multi level
Pictures:  4
Badrick #(G-4865)
Total Heated Sq. Ftg.  4,865
Bedrooms:  4
Full Baths:  4
Half Baths:  2
# of Stories:  2
House Width:  81'-2
House Depth:  96'-3
Plan Style:  Multi level English Country French Country European
Pictures:  4
Beaumont #(D-3166)
This storybook inspired floor plan will dazzle the young at heart. Upon entering the home, you are invited to step into a majestic Library/Dining Room complete with a roaring fireplace. It is home to a circular staircase leading to the second floor. There, you are met ...
Total Heated Sq. Ftg.  3,166
Bedrooms:  3
Full Baths:  3
Half Baths:  1
# of Stories:  1.5
House Width:  50'-10
House Depth:  69'-2
Plan Style:  Multi level Narrow Lot Bonus Room English Country European
Pictures:  4
Belize #(F-4254)
Total Heated Sq. Ftg.  4,254
Bedrooms:  4
Full Baths:  4
Half Baths:  1
# of Stories:  2
House Width:  59'-0"
House Depth:  90'-8"
Plan Style:  European French Country English Country Bonus Room Narrow Lot Open Floor Multi level
Pictures:  3
Cabernet #(C-2545)
Ideal in a mountain setting, or in a lake or golf course community, this Old World European design offers open living and dining areas suitable for outstanding views from the rear. A large recreation room and covered terraces on both floors provide exceptional areas fo...
Total Heated Sq. Ftg.  2,545
Bedrooms:  3
Full Baths:  3
Half Baths:  1
# of Stories:  1
House Width:  88' - 11
House Depth:  47' - 9
Plan Style:  Multi level Open Floor Daylight Basement Affordable Golf Course Lake Front Mountain/Hillside English Country European
Pictures:  6
Candler #(E-3538)
This stone and stucco European style home features such versatility -- everyone will enjoy. The mud room can become a secluded home office, complete with built-in desk and bookshelves while the bonus room serves as a play room or recreational room. The breakfast nook ea...
Total Heated Sq. Ftg.  3,538
Bedrooms:  4
Full Baths:  4
Half Baths:  1
# of Stories:  2
House Width:  62'-4
House Depth:  99'-9
Plan Style:  English Country European Cottage
Pictures:  4
Canonsburg #(G-4917)
PLAN CANNOT BE BUILT IN NORTH CAROLINA
Total Heated Sq. Ftg.  4,917
Bedrooms:  4
Full Baths:  4
Half Baths:  2
# of Stories:  2
House Width:  56'-8
House Depth:  82'-8
Plan Style:  Multi level Open Floor Daylight Basement Bonus Room English Country European
Pictures:  6
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Architectural Styles

Architectural Styles are determined by the exterior characteristics which are often influenced by the area of the world in which they originated. Architectural styles are influenced greatly by the materials indigenous to the region as well as the climate where they were created.



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