Southern Living House Plans come to life with photos of homes built from our plans.
1 of 12Designed by Todd Wilson
Cold Spring LanePlan #1416
Cold Spring Lane is full of details that simplify busy lives. From the mail drop-off spot next to the rear "friend's entry" to the keeping room perfect for storing heirloom china, you'll marvel at the thoughtful design touches throughout this plan.
Whether nestled in a suburban neighborhood or built along a lakefront, Cotton Hill Cottage proves that special things come in small packages. The entry and front porch offer a quaint first impression, hinting at the interior's inviting, light-filled spaces.
Inspired by architectural styling of the Old South, Forest Glen will charm you instantly. Deep front porches, wrought-iron railings, arched dormers, shutters, and multiple French doors add a Southern accent to the elegant exterior.
Hemlock Springs offers both a casual and polished look, as it is the perfect family respite or primary residence. A simple roofline of low intersecting gables provides a silhouette that references the mountain terrain beyond. Classic double windows lighten the visual weight and provide glimpses into the home's light-filled interiors.
With a Victorian influence, Kinsley Place draws from Florida vernacular architecture with a hint of the modest wood-frame Cracker-style homesteads most commonly found in rural areas of the state. However, this design is a combination of lap siding and board-and-batten siding as it offers interesting twists on the traditional Florida look.
Kousa Creek is the perfect offering with elegant columns, the stacked front porch shelters visitors and provides a covered seating area on the second level. An oculus window on the front of the garage, multiple dormers, and a seamless mixture of stone, lap siding, and shingles lend casual, inviting style to the house’s exterior.
Our Nautical Cottage is warm, spacious, relaxed, and friendly. Inspired by small summer cottages built along the East Coast, this plan is adaptable in a variety of climates and locations. Charming details and cottage styling give the house its distinctive personality. Cedar shakes for the exterior and the Nantucket star design for the porch detailing add to the authentic look and feel.
8 of 12Designed by Allison Ramsey Architects, Inc.
Newberry ParkPlan #978
This is classic curb appeal. Newberry Park is created with the spirit and style of an old Carolina manor. The exterior offers distinct proportions, relaxed porches, and graceful columns for true Southern flavor. The graceful expanse of each porch offers an environment perfect for outdoor entertaining or relaxation. Inside, the kitchen offers space for the family with an adjacent breakfast room as well as ample storage in the convenient butler’s pantry.
The Winonna Park offers all the amenities characteristic of larger homes, but in a manageable footprint. It’s well suited for the way families live today. Free-flowing spaces abound, including an upper-floor loft area that’s open to the main floor. The living and dining rooms are punctuated by a see-through fireplace, and a wall of front-facing windows in the living room that ensures this area receives plenty of natural light.
Warmed by an easy comfort that honors age-old traditions of country life, Sand Mountain House is modern in every way. Designed with dozens of ideas, special features include a home office with a separate entrance, spacious mudroom, and a detached barn.
Truly Southern best describes this raised cottage. For entertaining, casual enjoyment and everyday living, step inside to find style and space in only 2,500 square feet. Organized, comfortable spaces and sensible planning are the hallmarks of this design.