New American Style Home Plans


Born in the affluent years of the late 20th century, New American house plans are raised in celebration of life lived large. Grand and expansive, New American homes are best suited to large properties, though smaller-scaled New American homes may blend into any neighborhood thanks to their mix of architectural influences, from European to Colonial Revival.

Massive asymmetrical fa├žades are faced in brick, stone, stucco, or a mix of these materials. Rooflines are complex, featuring multiple gables at varying heights. New American floor plans offer expansive open layouts, designed to flow effortlessly from one loosely-defined room to another for easy living and entertaining. Gourmet kitchens and elegant dining areas orbit around an impressive great room, often with vaulted ceilings, a towering fireplace, and a wall of windows overlooking the rear deck or terrace. Master bedroom suites offer spa-like baths with double vanities, soaking tubs, and spacious showers. New American home plans have become the ultimate symbol of luxury in the new millennium.

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