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3,000 Square Feet to 3,500 Square Feet

American homes are becoming larger with home size increasing since 1950 from an average of 983 square feet to 2,434 square feet in 2005 and they continue to increase. Not only does the square footage increase but everything inside them is increasing; bedroom and bath size, 9 to 12’ ceilings, great rooms, chef inspired kitchens and outdoor spaces such as porches, patios and kitchens. At America’s Best House Plans, we have hundreds of house plans that meet these criteria. This increase in floor plan size leads to spaciousness which is used efficiently as possible and complements the structure both on the interior and exterior. With a larger floor plan, our best in class designers and architects maximize traffic flow and transitional spaces in the home while seeking a balance between space and overall size.

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Often, these homes incorporate large windows and/or multiple windows in order to bring in natural light without compromising privacy. This design element can contribute to reduced energy costs by allowing less energy to be consumed and/or using sun power to warm your home. Our larger floor plans maintain a balance between design elements, structural efficiency and overall aesthetic value which can feature large, bold exterior elements and efficient interior space design. One goal of larger home design is to incorporate aesthetically pleasing architectural design elements into the overall design plan while minimizing unnecessary structural add-ons because you will, hopefully, be living in and looking at your home for years to come. Today’s modern homes incorporate design elements in a bold and fashionable manner to allow for a homeowner to prioritize his home and lifestyle