Hunting for the perfect house design to meet your needs, can be overwhelmed with variety of home styles. There are so many home style options out there to choose from. If you love the country style living, farmhouse plans are your best bet. This classical home style will be popular for years to come among different generations.

What are Farmhouse house plans? Some of the most common elements of farmhouse plans are:

  • Large porches, whether at the back of the house or the front, that wrap around

  • Gabled roofs

  • Woodsy, informal and laid-back

  • Wrap-around verandas

  • Generally, the layout of the home is focused around a large kitchen


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Why Farmhouse Plans Are Right for You

Farmhouse features are very popular, and they have been for a long time. Traditional house plans like these will be popular for years to come. Regardless of what other trends come into play over the next few decades. 

Why else should you choose farmhouse plans for your next home? Here are some of the top reasons why farm style homes are the way to go:

  • In style, but not too trendy. These types of home plans are definitely highly sought after right now. Many people like them, but they are not so trendy that they will go out of style.

  • Roomy, spacious plans. When you think about country house plans, you might think about a home with lots of space. That truly is one of the biggest draws of modern farmhouse house plans. They usually are larger, have less walls to break everything up. Therefore seem to have a lot of extra room for your family.

  • Great for entertaining. Farmhouse plans are usually designed with a central focus on the kitchen. All of the rooms are laid out so the kitchen is the focal point, and usually, there are minimal walls to break things up. These open floor plans then make it easier to entertain a crowd. When you are having a party, everyone typically congregates in the living room. So this type of plan makes it much easier for everyone to connect. 

  • Excellent porch space. Is there anything better than sitting on a rocking chair on a large porch in the summer? The art of relaxing is made easier when your home is built using traditional house plans with a porch. In these homes, the porches are usually very large and wrap around the home. This provides plenty of space and views of the entire area.

  • Beautiful without being overdone. Unassuming, comfortable and never over-done, a true farmhouse or country house offers laid-back comfort, beautiful wood accents, and a look that is sought after, but not fussy. It’s an aesthetic that celebrates natural beauty, which most people can appreciate.

Consider farmhouse plans for the home that you are building, especially if you want to add value to your home while celebrating a time-tested, traditional style of building that you and your family are sure to love.

House construction drawings

What's included in House Plan Set drawings?

Construction Notes

Foundation Plan

Slab | Crawl | On request - Basement, Pier & Beam, etc.

General foundation design showing foundation layout with structural elements. There are three types of foundation to choose from: slab, crawl, and basement.

As in all building locations ground condition varies, your local structural engineer would need to approve foundation design and specify foundation structural elements.

Plumbing Plan

Shows the layout of plumbing fixtures with specifications.

Floor Plan

Indicates house layout with dimensioned walls, doors and windows.

Roof Construction Plan

Shows the layout and dimensions of the required roof structure such as rafters and beams. As show load requirement is different in each location your local structural engineer would need to approve and specify roof structural elements.

Roof Plan

Dimensioned roof layout indicating slopes, roof areas, chimneys, and decorative elements.


Cut through the building showing detailed floor, wall, and roof construction elements. Indicating room ceiling heights and structural element heights.


Shows all sides of the house indicating building elements with its heights, specified materials, and all decorative elements.

Construction Details

Detailed house cut-away with outline specifications.

Electrical Plan

Floor plan layout indicating locations of electrical elements such as lightning, switches, outlets, etc.


Indicates location and specifications for heating, ventilation and air conditioning.

Furniture Plan

Representative floor plan layout indicating room sizes and suggested furniture layout. Useful during the interior design stage.

Door and Window Schedule

List or all windows and doors with indicated specifications for manufacturer.

General Specifications

Plumbing, electrical and mechanical specifications