When you are looking for 4 bedroom house plans, you will come across a lot of different styles of home and layouts. Homes with two stories might have all of the bedrooms on the top floor. In many cases the master suit would be located on the first floor and the other bedrooms on the second floor. For 4 bedroom single story house plans, the bedrooms could either be separated on either side of the home, or they could all be together on one side. All these homes would come in various styles too. You can find modern, traditional, contemporary, farmhouse, rustic and more types of homes that have 4 bedrooms. This ensures that you can find your loved house style within required house size.
Three bedroom house plans that could have additional bedroom.
Benefits of 4 Bedroom Houses
As you are looking for a perfect home, at first you need to decide how many bedrooms you will need. More important than square footage, the number of bedrooms tells you how many people can comfortably live in a home.
For many people, 4 bedroom house floor plans are often the best choice to go with. Many families are unsure about their future family expansion and a larger house gives more flexibility to expand. The 4 bedroom house plans will have additional space which is ideal situation for different living situations. A family of three people will have two spare bedrooms in case you decide to have more children. This also gives an option to transform one bedroom as mother in law suite and host other family members.
As mentioned above, there is a wide range of family types that will need four bedrooms. Because of this, one of the main benefits of having a home that is this size is that it will be highly sought after by home buyers. Those who are buying a home will be looking for various numbers of rooms, and a lot of people want four or more bedrooms for future expansion. This puts your home as a desirable one when you are ready to sell.
If you are looking for home plans to build the home you’ve been dreaming of for your family, check out 4 bedroom home plans. You might just find the design you like with the number of bedrooms and bathrooms that you actually need.
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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 +