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Canadian House Plans

From Cottage Country cabins to everyday traditional homes, you'll find the best of Canadian house plans here.*

Want to know a secret? Our Canadian house plans (sometimes written "house plans Canada") don't necessarily have to be built in Canada. In fact, they can potentially be built anywhere (be sure to discuss your specific plan with your home builder*). So, why is the collection labeled "Canadian House plans?" Well, for two reasons: 1) many floor plans below were designed by Canadian architects and home designers; and 2) many home plans below were designed with Canada's extreme weather conditions in mind. What's more, the collection below showcases a range of architectural styles, from A-frame cabins to contemporary urban abodes, which reflects the diversity of the land and its inhabitants.

Dreaming of a getaway home? You'll find plenty of rustic house plans in the collection below. Need a walkout basement foundation? No problem, many Canadian house plans have that option. Working with a narrow lot? Don't worry, just use the search filters on the left to seek out Canadian house plans up to a certain width.

You can also customize your Canadian house plan to be exactly how you want it, whether that means changing the garage from front- to side-loading, adding a bathroom, or even altering the style of the facade. Moreover, while many Canadian house plans already present measurements in metrics (as well imperial units), our modification service can also help you if your chosen design needs converting.

*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.