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Dream 3 Car Garage House Plans & Floor Plans

Need a lot of room for parking or storage? Check out these 3 car garage plans. Whether this will be your main garage detached from the home or you want auxiliary parking for guests, tenants, or live-in relatives, these garage floor plans open up all kinds of possibilities.

Many of these garage plans include apartments upstairs. Some of these are bonus spaces that can be used for storage, such as for holiday decorations or memorabilia. Others give you studio space that would make a quiet home office, homeschooling space, art studio, home gym, or music practice space.

You’ll even find elaborate in-law apartment designs that make great accessory dwelling units (or ADUs). From mother-in-law suites to comfortable guest houses, these layouts give you options. Many of them include kitchens and living rooms, along with bedrooms and full bathrooms. In fact, you may be surprised by some of the luxurious details that are normally found in larger homes, like big showers, powder baths, snack bars, and even fireplaces.

If allowed in your area, consider bringing in extra income by renting out the space on a short-term rental site. Or give your adult child extra privacy. Think your elderly parent might move in? A separate apartment gives him or her the feeling of independent living (just make sure it’s easily accessible – our modification department can help).

While these layouts all include 3 garage bays, some of them feature much more than that. From RV parking to workshops, you’ll find all kinds of handy storage solutions. Beyond parking cars, RVs, or even boats, you can stash your lawnmowers and sports equipment here.

These three car garage designs are available in a wide range of styles that make it easy to match your home. Is your home a classic Colonial style? Choose a garage design with lap siding or traditional brick. How about a Craftsman bungalow? Some of these garages feature decorative trusses and tapered columns that evoke Arts and Crafts style.