House Plans & Home Plans at ehouseplans.com
Welcome to ehouseplans.com, we invite you to look through our collection of online house plans, garage plans, DIY project plans, and home plan books. This unique collection of exceptional stock home plans is offered by and shipped directly from North America's leading architects and home designers.
We understand that finding the right house floor plan to build your dream home could be a difficult task without the right resources, so at ehouseplans.com we have made it easy to find the perfect plan! Simply select the options you like and click the "Search Plans" button above to get started. Once you find the perfect floor plan, our sales staff, which includes an architect, is available to answer any questions you may have about any of our stock house plans, and they will be happy to assist you in every way through the home plan buying procedure. Our low price guarantee will assure that you will receive the lowest price available.
Our online house plans collection is not limited to single family residential home designs and contains construction plans for the following categories: Duplex home plans, Triplex house plans, Multi-family building plans, garage plans, Garage apartment plans, Do-It-Yourself project plans, and a large selection of house plan books offered by the Garlinghouse Company.
If the house floor plan that you find is close, but not exactly what you’re looking for our modification team can modify your house plans to make your dream home as unique as you.
If you have questions on any of our house plans, garage plans, project plans or house plan books that we offer, please do not hesitate to contact us at 1-800-482-0464.
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Building a Home Addition
Aside from adding more living space to your home, a new home addition can be a very good and wise investment. Nevertheless, prior to embarking on such a project the homeowner should consider several important items first and foremost. Including, current home comparable market values in the area neighborhood, project financing, addition size and scale, architecture, estimated time for completion, personal disruption/inconvenience threshold, determination and self commitment.
Single Family Stock Houseplans
Our stock house plans range in size from 600 square foot small house plans to stylish 12,000 square foot luxury home plans. This online collection of single-family homes contains home design styles such as cottage, country, ranch, Victorian, colonial, craftsman, traditional, and European. We have also made our collection searchable by unique types o house plans such as small house plans, narrow lot, split level, southern style, hillside, sloping lot, and luxury. Although these are not traditional styles of architecture they are some of the most popular choices for individuals shopping for home blueprints.
Duplex House Plans & Multi-Family Home Plans
Multi-family house plans, just like anything else, are referred to by various terms. Some common names are: duplex, triplex, quad plex, multi-plex, row house, and townhouse to name a few. Regardless of the name these homes all serve the purpose of providing adequate housing at a reasonable cost. A multi-family home design is ideal for real estate investors, land developers, or families with a disabled or aging relative that require assisted living.
Building a duplex or multi-plex home typically costs about the same as building a regular single family residential home with the benefit of generating additional income on the available units.
Our multi family collection consists of building plans from 2 to 12 total living units in size. In the search form above you will notice a drop down box with “House Plans” pre-selected. Clicking on the arrow to the right you will see the options for choosing “Duplex” or “Multi-Plex Plans”.
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