14 Farmhouse House Plans That Will Make Your Jaw Drop

These houses have all the classic farmhouse details.

Farmhouse Revival | Plan #1821

Southern Living

There are no fixer-uppers here. These farmhouse house plans are ready for you to move right in. If you've been searching for your own farmhouse-style house, consider starting from the ground up with one of our plans that comes complete with all the classic details like wide front porches, rough-hewn hardwood floors, and expansive areas for entertaining.

For those who have their hearts set on a modern farmhouse house plan, take a gander at our 2020 Southern Living Idea House, also known as our Ramble Farmhouse plan. It's spacious, full of stunning views, and has all the creature comforts one could hope for—and more. Peruse a few of our top farmhouse house plans, and find a favorite to one day call home.

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Tennessee Farmhouse, Plan #2001

Tennessee Farmhouse
Southern Living

The 4,423-square-foot stunning farmhouse takes advantage of tremendous views thanks to double doors, double decks, and windows galore. Finish the basement for additional space to build a workshop, workout room, or secondary family room.

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The Ramble Farmhouse, Plan #2052

Idea House 2020 in Asheville NC Designed by Beau Clowney Architects in The Ramble Biltmore Forest Community
Robbie Caponetto

Step inside our 2020 Southern Living Idea House to find all that The Ramble Farmhouse offers. Consider the wide terrace entry, a gallery-style back kitchen (yes, that's in addition to the main kitchen), and the most stunning library you've ever seen. The stone fireplace creates a warm and inviting atmosphere in the open living room and kitchen.

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Farmhouse Revival, Plan #1821

SL1821 farmhouse revival
Southern Living

We love this plan so much that we made it our 2012 Idea House. It features just over 3,500 square feet of well-designed space, four bedrooms and four-and-a-half baths, a wraparound porch, and plenty of Southern farmhouse style.

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Lowcountry Farmhouse, Plan #2000

Lowcountry Farmhouse
J. Savage Gibson

Look through the interior of this 2,754-square-foot home that boasts four possible bedrooms and three-and-a-half baths, and you'll find spacious rooms, farmhouse-inspired details, and generous entertaining space. Classic Southern architecture incorporates cozy textures and finishes like rough-hewn hardwood floors and shiplap-paneled walls.

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Valley View Farmhouse, Plan #1718

Valley View Farmhouse
Southern Living

Prepare to be charmed. The open layout, the patio just off the main bedroom, and the large screened porch make this a winner for year-round living. Upstairs includes two additional bedrooms, a full bathroom, and a loft for flexible space.

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Cedar River Farmhouse, Plan #1954

Cedar River Farmhouse
Southern Living

You will have plenty of square footage and an excess of charm and style with this wrap-around farmhouse. The old-Georgia style is overflowing with creature comforts that will instantly make your new house feel like home, including a morning room, family studio, drop zone just off the breezeway, and outdoor living and dining spaces.

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Texas-Style Farmhouse, Plan #169

Texas Style Farmhouse
Southern Living

A wide front porch, board-and-batten walls, and steeply pitched roof is a farmhouse dream come true. While the layout is simple, you'll find that the historic charm of this three-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath home is anything but basic. Barry Moore of Houston let the historic Texas houses at Round Top inspire the design.

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Country Farmhouse, Plan #125

Country Farmhouse
Southern Living

This cozy country farmhouse features deep front and rear porches, a traditional foyer, and plenty of room for entertaining within the 2,796-square-foot domicile. Build the house with or without the primary bedroom wing.

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Whiteside Farm, Plan #1979

Whiteside Farm, Plan #1979
Southern Living House Plans

The Whiteside Farm is ideal for family and friends. It has four bedrooms and a family room that opens onto a screened-in porch. Enjoy evenings on the front or rear porches.

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American Farmhouse, Plan #1996

American Farmhouse House Plan Rendering
Cindy Cox

There's nothing quite like a wrap-around porch that helps make a home look and feel like a farmhouse. The main level includes the primary suite, which opens onto the porch. There are three additional bedrooms upstairs, so you'll always have a space for guests.

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Lakeside Farmhouse, Plan #2007

Lakeside Farmhouse
Southern Living

The open layout of the Lakeside Farmhouse creates a welcoming environment with kitchen, living, and breakfast spaces that extend to the outdoor living areas. This house, with a timeless Southern exterior, has a primary bedroom with his and hers walk-in closets and vaulted ceilings in the family room.

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Deep River Farmhouse, Plan #2059

Deep River Farmhouse House Plan
Southern Living House Plans

The Deep River Farmhouse is perfect for multigenerational living. There are dual primary suites on both floors and two additional bedrooms. The family, kitchen, and breakfast room are open, making it an ideal entertaining spot. Features like a walk-in pantry, library, and screened-in porch add a sophisticated touch to this house.

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Honeycomb Farmhouse, Plan #2064

Honeycomb Farmhouse
Southern Living House Plans

This house has more than enough space to meet your family's preferences, but the option of finishing the walkout basements leaves an opportunity for future expansion. Curbless shower frames help make this house plan a great choice for multigenerational living for a family with aging parents.

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Old Mill Farmhouse, Plan #2050

Old Mill Farmhouse Plan SL-2050

Southern Living

If you want to customize your farmhouse, then the Old Mill Farmhouse plan might be for you. There are four options available, each designed to meet varying family needs. All the plans include areas for entertaining or simply spending time with your family, making it an excellent option for farmhouse living.

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