Bestselling house plans tend to be small to medium sized designs. You’ll find some large home plans in the collection as well, but not too many ginormous ones. Why? Because, generally speaking, the larger a house plan is, the more money it costs to build. Furthermore, you have to consider the size of your lot—if you have a 35 foot wide lot in the middle of a city, selecting a sprawling one story 7 bedroom house plan probably isn’t going to work. And finally, there’s the question of... do you really need all that space? For some people, the answer is most definitely—YES! And if that’s the case, have no fear--we’ve got you covered. You can browse the below collection and filter by square footage, or you can jump over to our Mansion House Plans collection. But, if you’re like most people who have a limited budget, a small or medium sized lot, don’t need a huge amount of space, and would prefer to browse a curated collection of popular plans that meet these requirements, Dream Home Source’s bestselling home plan collection is a great place to find your perfect house plan.
These house plans sell well for a reason. They're instantly identifiable classics that combine practical functionality with the kind of eye-catching curb appeal that has attracted attention and rave reviews from hundreds of savvy home plan buyers across the country. Whether you're looking for a simple two bedroom, three bedroom, or four bedroom floor plan with a cozy gathering space for family or a more extravagant urban contemporary design, you'll find dozens of tried and true floor plans in the collection below. Open floor plans (sometimes referred to as "open layouts") are especially well-liked and can make a small home seem bigger than it actually is. Many bestselling plans also feature island kitchens, special master suites, and versatile bonus rooms. Popular architectural styles tend to be Craftsman, Country, Farmhouse, and Ranch.
Note that, sometimes, even in the bestselling category, it’s hard to find a home plan that’s going to be 100% perfect for your life. That’s why almost all of our house plans can be customized to suit your unique needs. For example, maybe you’d prefer siding instead of brick on the exterior, or maybe adding an extra bedroom upstairs is just what the doctor ordered. Whatever the case may be, we can help you make these tweaks. Just click the blue Modify This Plan button on any product detail page and complete the short form on the following page. Or, give us a call at 1-800-447-0027.
Related categories include: Editors' Picks House Plans, Craftsman House Plans, Country House Plans, and Farmhouse Home Plans.