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plan style Narrow Lot
Narrow Lot House plans are often designed with front entry or courtyard entry garages. The Narrow Lot House is not always a small home and can be found in all architectural styles.

Featured Narrow Lot House Plans

Plan A-1354A - Woodrun-A
Plan F-4101 - Chianti
Plan A-1204A - Atwater-A
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Wakefield-B #(C-2857B)
This stucco european house has a walkout basement for those sloping lake or golf course lots. The open main floor plan and 2nd floor loft overlooking the living room give this house a wonderful open airy feel.
Total Heated Sq. Ftg.  4,400
Bedrooms:  3
Full Baths:  2
Half Baths:  1
# of Stories:  1.5
House Width:  58'-10
House Depth:  59'-0
Plan Style:  Traditional Lake Front Golf Course Affordable Bonus Room Narrow Lot Open Floor Multi level
Pictures:  4
Weddington #(C-2914)
Arched and elliptical windows along with varying ridge heights add flair to this tradtional style home. The rear elevation is complete with large terrace and dual bays with expansive glass.
Total Heated Sq. Ftg.  3,186
Bedrooms:  4
Full Baths:  3
Half Baths:  1
# of Stories:  2
House Width:  58'-8
House Depth:  79'-2
Plan Style:  Golf Course Lake Front Traditional Bonus Room Narrow Lot Open Floor Multi level
Pictures:  5
Wedgewood #(C-2789)
Stucco accents, a bay window and an arched entry add character and charm to this traditional design. Dramatic columns separate the living room and the dining room from the gallery hall. Three bedrooms are located upstairs along with a sizeable bonus room.
Total Heated Sq. Ftg.  2,865
Bedrooms:  3
Full Baths:  2
Half Baths:  1
# of Stories:  2
House Width:  51'-8
House Depth:  56'-11
Plan Style:  Traditional Lake Front Golf Course Affordable Bonus Room Narrow Lot Open Floor Multi level
Pictures:  3
Westbrook #(C-2555)
Stately columns define the formal dining room within the free-flowing floor plan. We created a spacious casual living area featuring a fireplace and access to a covered veranda.
Total Heated Sq. Ftg.  3,185
Bedrooms:  4
Full Baths:  3
Half Baths:  1
# of Stories:  2
House Width:  51'-6
House Depth:  51'-6
Plan Style:  Traditional Colonial Lake Front Golf Course Daylight Basement Narrow Lot Open Floor Multi level
Pictures:  5
Westbury #(C-2959)
A large turret gives this design a noble appearance. Left of the foyer a majestic staircase catches the eye. Upstairs, a generous loft is joined by two secondary suites and a raised recreation room.
Total Heated Sq. Ftg.  2,959
Bedrooms:  3
Full Baths:  2
Half Baths:  1
# of Stories:  2
House Width:  44'-0
House Depth:  72'-3
Plan Style:  Lake Front Traditional Golf Course Bonus Room Narrow Lot Open Floor Multi level
Pictures:  3
Wexford #(B-2029)
Total Heated Sq. Ftg.  2,029
Bedrooms:  3
Full Baths:  2
Half Baths:  1
# of Stories:  1
House Width:  40' - 0
House Depth:  68' - 2
Plan Style:  Bungalow Open Floor Narrow Lot Empty Nester Bonus Room Affordable Accessible Craftsman Cottage Ranch/One Story
Pictures:  4
Whitaker #(D-3219)
Total Heated Sq. Ftg.  3,219
Bedrooms:  4
Full Baths:  3
Half Baths:  1
# of Stories:  2
House Width:  49'-0"
House Depth:  81'-6"
Plan Style:  European French Country Narrow Lot Multi level
Pictures:  4
Willowshire #(E-3877)
This plan cannot be built in Charlotte, NC. The brick exterior along with a touch of stucco and stone on the entrance gives this European home a versatile look. The open kitchen and family room give the first floor a spacious feel and the master suite is equipped with a...
Total Heated Sq. Ftg.  3,877
Bedrooms:  4
Full Baths:  4
Half Baths:  1
# of Stories:  2
House Width:  55'-6
House Depth:  82'-1
Plan Style:  European Cottage Empty Nester Narrow Lot Multi level
Pictures:  4
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Architectural Styles

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