Midwest Dream Home Plans
Are you considering building in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, or Wisconsin? The house plans in this collection feature styles that fit well in the Midwest.*
From the sleek horizontal lines of Prairie style (think of Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired exteriors) to classic farmhouses, you’ll find a range of styles. Perhaps you’re looking for a simple ranch house plan with three bedrooms to construct in Kansas. Then again, a richly detailed Craftsman home may be exactly what you’re looking for to build near Chicago. Traditional brick fits beautifully in Columbus. Or how about a modern Farmhouse with clean lines and an open layout? That would look great anywhere.
Many of the designs in this collection feature outdoor living spaces. Patios and lanais have become popular, but that doesn’t mean they’re limited to summer use. In the colder months, relax on a four-season porch outfitted with a fireplace.
Open layouts and big kitchens reign supreme these days, so you’ll find many floor plans with them here. Just picture yourself slow cooking a batch of Cincinnati chili or assembling a comforting casserole on a big island. Your friends and family can swig a local beer while hanging out.
Building on the Great Plains or by the Great Lakes often means preparing for cold weather. If your chosen design doesn’t mention 2 x 6 siding (which gives you room for extra insulation) or a basement, contact our modification department to find out what’s possible.
Perhaps you’re planning a vacation getaway home on the lake. Find your dream cabin here! Large windows and generous porches make the most of a scenic location.
If you want to build something exciting and bold, discover the contemporary homes in this collection. Modern clean rooflines and plenty of glass create curb appeal that will stand out.
Explore the Midwest house plans collection and find your perfect design.
*This collection may include a variety of plans from designers in the region, designs that have sold there, or ones that simply remind us of the area in their styling. Please note that some locations may require specific engineering and/or local code adoptions. Be sure to check with your contractor or local building authority to see what is required for your area.