Country Home Plans

The country look has held a special place in American architecture for many years. It remains the single most popular style for American homes . Early settlers mixed influences of Old World architecture with hand-hewn tools and materials available in the American frontier. The result was a blend of the beautiful and the practical.

Country homes are comfortable and cozy. Exposed beams, rough finishes on the walls, fireplaces for warmth, and windows with small panes were characteristic of country homes. These features are common in today’s country homes. Traditionally, country homes were constructed from local materials. Wood flooring, brick, and stone were all materials available locally. The country homes of today still use these materials, though they may no longer be local.

Country Home Plan PC Whitfield

Country Home Plan PC Whitfield

Country Home Plan PC HPG-2402

Country Home Plan PC HPG-2402

Country Home Plan PC DD-6804

Country Home Plan PC DD-6804

Country Home Plan PC DD-3926

Country Home Plan PC DD-3926

Country Home Plan PC DD-3923

Country Home Plan PC DD-3923

Country Home Plan PC DD-3832

Country Home Plan PC DD-3832

Country Home Plan PC DD-3826

Country Home Plan PC DD-3826

Country Home Plan PC DD-3431

Country Home Plan PC DD-3431

Country Home Plan PC DD-288

Country Home Plan PC DD-288

Country Home Plan PC DD-2853

Country Home Plan PC DD-2853

Country Home Plan PC DD-2837

Country Home Plan PC DD-2837

Country Home Plan PC DD-2615

Country Home Plan PC DD-2615

Country Home Plan PC HWEPL75320

Country Home Plan PC HWEPL75320

Country Home Plan PC HWEPL10912

Country Home Plan PC HWEPL10912

Country Home Plan PC DD-2896

Country Home Plan PC DD-2896