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Dream 1200 Sq Ft House Plans & Floor Plans

So you need more space than a tiny home (cute as they are) but less than a McMansion. Something in-between, small enough to fit on a tight lot but big enough to start a family or work from home. This collection of 1,200 sq. ft. house plans fits the bill perfectly.

These affordable home plans include easy-to-build designs that are budget friendly. But just because many of these home plans are cheap to build doesn’t mean that they don’t offer modern amenities. Inside these home designs, you’ll find a variety of cool features like kitchen islands, private master bathrooms, walk-in closets, and other contemporary features.

Open floor plans make the most of square footage and give you clear sightlines to make the space feel bigger. Love to entertain family and friends by enjoying casual meals and cooking together? Choose a floor plan with a kitchen island and room for bar stools. Many of these homes include private master suites that invite you to relax at the end of the day in your own shower or tub.

You’ll find all kinds of styles in this collection, from simple ranch designs to cool modern home plans. Country cottage designs work well as primary residences or vacation getaways. Classic Craftsman bungalows look great just about anywhere and offer traditional curb appeal.

Don’t think that a small house plan can’t have the right number of bedrooms for you: you’ll find a variety of different layouts here, from one to four bedrooms. How much room do you need? Three bedroom layouts give you extra space for kids, a home office, or guests. If you don’t need three bedrooms and two bathrooms (a popular configuration), choose one of the homes with two bedrooms (including rustic cabins and A-frame vacation homes) or even a simple one bedroom design. Thinking that you might want to expand later? Choose a floor plan with a bonus room upstairs.