New American Style House Plans

The New American house plan embodies expansive space and style.

A reflection of American affluence and desire for elbow room, the New American home is big, inside and out. New American style is a melting pot of architectural traditions, borrowing the asymmetrical massing of European country cottages and Victorian-era designs, and applying the formal architectural flourishes of Colonial and Neoclassical styles for a uniquely American home design.

Inside, the New American house plan is all about uninterrupted flow. The open floor plan concept is much in evidence, with integrated gathering areas and kitchens for effortless entertaining. Master suites are designed to cater to the needs of couples, with his and hers closets and spacious bathrooms with dual vanities, soaking tubs, and walk-in showers. Plenty of bedrooms house children and guests, and there’s always a den, rec room, or bonus space for family activities.


Architectural features:

  • Massive two-story asymmetrical façade, often faced in mixed materials
  • Complex roof featuring multiple elements at varying heights
  • Oversized windows let light stream into interior space
  • Large interior rooms often feature vaulted or cathedral ceilings

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