Low Country House Plans

Low Country House Plans recall traditional southern architectural characteristics found in the lands close to sea level along the southeastern coastline. Expansive covered porches, screened porches and attic dormers providing "rooms in the roof" are elements of the lowcountry style. Additionally, porches are an effective way to provide shade thereby lowering power consumption while also creating relaxing outdoor areas. To maximize the use of attic space, dormers and "rooms in the roof" are used to create distinctive designs while embracing the low country style.

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Low Country

Island Cottage
The Island Cottage House Plan is a playful, coastal cottage getaway. With it's wrap around porch, roof decks and roof-top observation loft, it draws heavily on the low country house plan style.

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Low Country

Country Cottage
The Country Cottage has all the amenities of a larger house designed in a compact space. Its porches bring the outside in. The wrap around porch and roof dormers contribute to it's low country design.

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Low Country

Plantation Cottage
The Plantation Cottage draws upon the southern, coastal, lowcountry vernacular and features large, wrap-around porches and a full basement.