Plantation Style House Plans

With their stately pillars and grand verandas, elegant Plantation home plans evoke the gentility of the antebellum south.

Firmly rooted in Federal and Greek Revival architectural styles, Plantation home designs feature a medium-pitched gable or hipped roof, elaborate friezes, and breezy balconies that sometimes wrap around all four sides of the home. Although imposing, fa├žades tend to be simple and symmetrical, with evenly spaced floor to ceiling windows that provide maximum natural light and ventilation to the gracious, well-proportioned rooms inside. Estate-sized floor plans often feature grand central entryways with elaborate stairways leading to the second floor, while more modest examples welcome visitors into an elegant hall that runs the length of the home.

Southern in style but timeless in appeal, Plantation house plans are well-suited for families who appreciate their unique combination of classical formality and relaxed country charm.

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Architectural features:

  • May be one or two stories with gable or hipped roof
  • Tall, symmetrically placed windows and French doors for ventilation, sometimes with louvered shutters for shade and storm protection
  • Extensive shaded porches and verandas
  • Classical architectural details

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