Hillsboro Country House
This delightful country house with shingles and stone accents is an all time favorite! A charming front portico leads you into the house, which has a relaxed, yet elegant floor plan.
Wild Rose Cottage
This charming vernacular style cottage, with shingles and stone, is the perfect “get-away” for the mountains or lake! It also makes a wonderful accessory structure that can double as a pool house or guest house.
This charming “low country house” features a large covered front porch, with a connecting screened porch for outdoor dining. The lapped siding house, with brick accents, has some wonderful details that make this home shine!
This delightful American Classic home is a perennial favorite! The house features a wonderful covered front porch with a Chippendale parapet wall and a winning combination of brick and shingles.
This wonderful vernacular style cottage makes for a terrific country home – and works well in the city as well! Lapped siding, along with brick accents and charming details make this house smile!
Designer Series Portfolio I
Portfolio I contains 20 house plans that range in size from 2,500 - 3,800 square feet.
The stateliness of this formal Georgian-Style home has a permanent place in the hearts of American homebuilders.
Our rambling Asbury with its handsome Greek Revival pilasters is actually a minor marvel of efficient, yet graceful, space planning.
America's colonial Georgian period is recalled by the clipped gabled roof designed for the cheerful exterior of the Sope Creek Plan.
The gables and flared rooflines create a distinctive look to this appealing country style house, whether built in brick and shingle or wood siding.
The Shelburne embodies what homeowners love about the rural homestead currently being rediscovered in America.
Old Field House
This French country house, with its charming batten shutters, iron rails, and window boxes creates a beautiful union of stucco and stone.
Oak Hill Lane (Alternate)
This all time favorite plan with covered front porch and old fashioned lapped siding makes a welcome addition to any neighborhood.
Oak Hill Lane
This all-time favorite, with its covered front porch and wood siding, is a welcome addition to any neighborhood.
This comfortable house, with its use of stone and stucco, continues the rich American country house tradition.
Stone and stucco are handsomely combined to give this house an appearance of elegance and strength.