Many people are turning to building their own homes because they can customize all home features. This also ensures you’re getting the quality design you need. Planning a house is a difficult task and you need to make many decisions on the way. One of the main criteria is deciding how big the house should be and how many bedrooms you need. One of the most common types of homes are 3 bedroom house plans. These are the plans for building a home that features 3 bedrooms, so there are sleeping quarters for multiple people.
Building a house is a challenging process and to save you time we are offering already designed 3 bedroom house floor plans for you to choose from. Here you will find home designs that are fresh, spotless, and ready for you to make memories in!
Popular Types Of Three Bedroom Houses
Simple floor plans
For many people, simple 3 bedroom house plans are the way to go. You get a home that has just enough room for you and your family. These houses don’t have a complex floor plan layout which helps to reduce construction cost. Also, design aesthetic is less fancy as simplicity and practicality is the key. Simple house plans are made to offer you a design that will continue to be “in-style” for decades to come, so you don’t have to worry about the resell value.
Small house plans under 1500 square feet
Another choice that you might consider are small 3 bedroom house plans. A home that is under 1500 square feet would be way cheaper to build, comparing to the average house. Also, you are going to save a lot of money on your monthly bills. Heating, cooling, and electricity for a home of this size will be much more affordable.
Another thing to consider with a 1500 square foot home is that you are ensuring you have as much outdoor space as possible on your lot. These type of homes are a good option for the families looking to build a house on a small lot in a suburb. Another important thing to note about small 3 bedroom homes is that they can still have plenty of room. This comes down to the functional, well designed floor plan. Small houses that are thoughtfully designed will offer the creature comforts that you crave, without adding too much to the bottom line.
Sustainability starts with efficient house design
All of our homes are designed with Passive House principles in mind and are just as efficient as they are beautiful.
Keeps wind from carrying heat away
Well Insulated and no Thermal Bridge
Maintains pleasant temperature inside
Provides a constant supply of fresh air
Insulates heat without obstructing the view
Questions & Answers
Cover Sheet and General Specifications
Slab | Crawl | On request - Basement, Pier & Beam, etc.
House foundation design showing foundation layout with structural elements.
Shows the layout of plumbing fixtures with specifications.
Indicates house layout with dimensioned walls, doors, windows, etc.
Roof Construction Plan
Shows roof layout and structural specifications.
Dimensioned roof layout indicating slopes, roof areas and decorative elements.
Cut through the building showing detailed floor, wall, and roof construction elements with specifications
Shows all sides of the house facade indicating building elements, specifications and all decorative elements.
Detailed house cut-away with outline specifications.
Home plan layout indicating locations of electrical elements.
Indicates location and specifications for heating, ventilation and air conditioning.
House plan layout indicating room sizes and suggested furniture layout.
Door and Window Schedule
List or all doors and windows with indicated specifications for manufacturer.
Customization costs with examples are listed below. Once we receive your list of house plan changes, the customization cost will be calculated according to your specific request.
Cost $100 - $500
- Reverse house plan
- Minor layout redesign for kitchen, living room, bedrooms, bathrooms, etc.
- Change exterior design with different siding layout, materials and colors.
- Extending 1-2 rooms and rearranging room layout.
- Adding or removing 1-2 rooms (depending on complexity and square footage).
- Custom house structure such as masonry, ICF, etc. or changing 2"x 6" framing to 2"x 4", 2"x 8", etc.
- Adding garage space for additional car or changing garage entry location.
- Changing, adding or removing doors and windows.
- Changing roof pitch.
Cost $500 - $1000
- Redesigning kitchen, living room, bedrooms, bathrooms, etc. and rearranging room location in the floor plan.
- Change roof type to gable, hip, flat, lean-to roof, etc.
- House expansion with additional rooms (depending on complexity and additional square footage).
- Significant exterior changes with additional building massing design, different siding layout, materials and colors.
Cost $1000 +