2 Bedroom House Plans
Whether you are a family or simply an individual living by yourself, the two bedroom house plans may be exactly what you’re looking for. They provide a great level of flexibility if you’re a young couple, having a spare bedroom that you may either use as an office, a guest house or something else. Whatever your mind desires, it can be. With the convenience of flexibility of a two bedroom house plan, you’re not having to endure the home maintenance of something larger, you’ll save on taxes, and so many other benefits. If you’re a young couple, they also offer an intermediary stage if you suddenly find out your family is growing.
We’ve combined a great range of different options, no matter what your needs are. Simply use the search filters made available to you. For convenience and to support a growing family, consider 2 bedroom 2 bath options.
There are various popular, European house plans that soon-to-be home builders are looking for and considering, including the Mediterranean ones, that include the Spanish-style Colonial houses, as well as the very similar Tuscan homes.
If you don’t already know what it is you’re on the lookout for, then you can always just browse around. However, if you’re already aware that you’re looking for a 1,400 to 1,800 square foot home, simply go ahead and adjust the parameters on the page, and we’ll only show you homes that fit into those selected buckets.
If you’re specific on which part of Europe you want your future home to be inspired by, we have combined the most notable countries that have inspired great house plan designs into their own individual categories for you to dig into.
Our support staff is also ready to help should you have anything you may want to either get help with or have addressed to help you in your process.
While not for everyone, the A-frame building is clearly one that stands out in the landscape. Its steep, featured angles create a unique way of showing off top rafters, having its peak in popularity between the mid-50s through the 70s. While no longer being the style desired by the masses, these houses command respect with their defining characteristics, and many people still seek out building them as we’ve entered the third decade of this millennial.
This page brings together all the various A-frame house plans featured on our site for you to easily compare the various plans before making up your mind. By using the various filters, you can select the number of bedrooms you desire, whether it be 2, 4 or some other number.
2 bedroom 2 bath
Many people, including small families find that 2 bedroom, 2 bath house plans are what they are looking for given their flexibility and affordability. Many growing families find they may not have the budget to be spending on 3 or 4 bedroom places, but find that the 2 bedroom, along with 2 baths ensure a level of peace in the house hold, that wouldn’t be there if all the family’s members had to share one single bathroom in the morning.
On this page you can find a list of different options, and if you suddenly find that you are looking for something slightly bigger, although without the need to necessarily add additional bathrooms, we also offer 3 bedroom, 2 bath options. Are you not finding exactly the house plan you’d hope for? Be sure to check in frequently as we’re adding more options.
Rectangled house plans naturally stand out, at least if compared to their angled-garage counterparts. They do have a significant amount of benefits compared to some of the more advanced structural achievements, such as being relatively inexpensive to build, obviously depending on the various material you choose to use for the purpose. Generally speaking, however, these are very affordable options that also contain and preserve heat well.
If one of your driving forces is to find a home that is affordable to build, it’s also relevant to consider which type of roof and foundation you’re going with. While these may be the golden standard for building projects, it does not need to mean that the home you get is going to be boring.
You can still make your dream come true with these rectangular homes, simply by browsing the platform and finding the options that best fit the needs you may have. As it’s obviously a big decision, we have made it possible for you to wishlist any home plan you may find appealing before choosing to make the big jump and placing an order. Are you not necessarily feeling you’re finding what you’re looking for? Start your search among our round houses instead, and see if you find something there that you may like.
Porches are great additions to any home. It is easily where you can end up sitting and spending those long nights, just appreciating the company of your significant other. This page is dedicated to house plans with a front porch, although there are also other sections of this website that are purely dedicated to other options, such as the wraparound porch, for instance.
We are not saying that one is better than the other. If you’re building your home on a narrow lot, chances are you definitely won’t have the needed space in order to have a wraparound porch, and then it surely makes sense to have a front porch. They can even be installed on row houses too, if you’re building something that you’re likely to want to rent out.
If you’re specifically looking for options that are good for renting out, we propose you also take a look at our duplexes, whereas some of them may have a garage in the middle, to help separate the two living areas.
If you’re not finding the house plans that truly match with what you’ve been looking for, or perhaps you find your ideal house plans but they do not contain a porch, we encourage you to reach out to us as most of the plans can be customized to your needs.
Not all houses have to be mansions, and it’s perfectly reasonable to desire something smaller, something that can be built using simple house plans.
Simpler houses also have other advantages to them – they’re usually a lot better financial options, too. Like duplexes, they can be really sound investments if you want to rent out your property at a later point. Their lower price tag is appealing to someone not looking to build a 6 bedroom house, but perhaps rather a 1,400 square foot one. On this page, we have gathered all the different homes that fall under the category, “simple”.
We often find that people desiring to build simpler homes also have the desire to do so more cost-effectively, and with the ability to recoup all your investment should you choose to sell at a later stage. If that’s the case, it’s a good idea to consider a middle-of-the-market option. What that means is that you make conscious decisions with choices of materials and other things so that you won’t end up with a home that is only appealing to you and your taste buds.
Did you ever wonder where saltbox house plans got their name from? This is a traditional, Colonial style that came out of New England. While seen from the front, the roof looks symmetrical, although if seen from the side, it becomes clear that the roof slopes so that the front of the house has 2 stories, while the back of the house has a single one.
The house additionally has some recognizable features, including a flat front, although the shape of the roof, and the way the floors are built is the most easily recognizable, and they got their name from the saltbox they resemble that was used at the time, when they started popping up around 1650.
At the time when they started appearing, the design started appearing since people chose to extend the side of the roof on one side, which would make for a relatively cheap way to increase the square footage of the home, being especially popular when the need for more space arose, often due to growing families. Today, the style is simply being built, and has been much so improved since its original concept.
Should you have any questions regarding our saltbox house plans on this page, do not hesitate to reach out to our support staff, and we’ll be happy to help.
1 or 2 bathrooms
No matter the size of the house that you’re building, you need to figure out the amount of bathrooms that you want, and while you may choose to get more bathrooms than you have bedrooms in the house, it really is more common to either have 1 or 2 bathrooms when you’re building a 2 bedroom house.
If you are building a house that has a master suite, it’s not uncommon to end up having 2 bathrooms – one that is attached to the master bedroom and another one that is in the common area that can either be used by your guests or that can be used if you have other family members living in the other bedroom.
Open floor options have grown exponentially in popularity, and it is no different whether you’re building a house with 2 bedrooms or you are building a home with 3 bedrooms. The great thing about this design is how easy it is to actually let in a bunch of natural light, which means you won’t need to use electricity for lamps.
Under 1,000 or 1,500 sq ft
Not everyone is looking to build a massive mansion, for various reasons. Whether that’s not your desire because of your needs or budget, there are many 2 bedroom options under either 1,000 or 1,500 square feet, which is often too small if you are wanting to have a more typical 4 bedroom home. With 2 bedrooms, however, it is definitely possible to limit the amount of space you have to less than 1,000 or 1,500 square feet.
The most popular option when it comes to homes featured on this page, are the single-storey ones, since you can still have a relatively narrow lot and still be able to place these homes on them, without having to build up. If you want a 2-storey option, then you can simply adjust the filter and we will only show you those homes instead. Single-storey homes are very popular for families where retirement is starting to be a consideration, because they are a lot more accessible than if you start having to build stairs to move between the different floors. If you are approaching the age of retirement, and you are planning on staying in the home for many years to come, thinking ahead and saving yourself from having to build another house in 10-20 years, can be hugely advantageous.
2 master suites
If you are building the home to live in for years to come without the expectancy that more people will be living there in the future, you may still wish to build something that has 2 master suites which can easily accommodate the guests you may choose to invite over, as well as offering them some additional privacy not having to use a bathroom in the common area. When you are building a home with 2 master suites, that is when you may wish to consider having 3 bathrooms, as it is very nice to have a shared bathroom, too. This saves people in the common space from having to walk through someone’s bedroom to go to the bathroom. While it may not seem like a big deal right now, trust us when we say you will end up changing your mind when you have finally built your home. Thinking of these things beforehand will save you a bunch of trouble in the long term.
With garage or basement
There are many reasons why you may either want a garage or a basement, but there is no denying that either of these options will add a lot of functionality and features to your everyday life. You might even be tempted to add a double garage, and not just one. Whether you’re a handyman and the garage is the place that you go to work on your various projects or you simply like to park your car inside, getting a garage will definitely not be a decision that you regret.
Modern or not?
While you can affect the final feel of your home significantly from the materials that you choose when you are building your home, there are still some of our floor plans that are more geared towards the modern look that some may want, while other families may want something that is more traditional.
Do you want something advanced or not?
While you will find a bunch of very traditional styles on this page, you can also find ones that are a lot more advanced such as the H-shaped, L-shaped or U-shaped options. It is important that you also consider the potential limitations that the plot of land may have that you are building your future home on.
Are you specifically looking for something that is a good investment?
In order to make sure that the home you’re building ends up being a good investment, there are a bunch of sound financial choices that you can make also, that include anything from the materials that you are using to the style of home that you want to go with. For instance, if you are building a duplex, you’re not just getting something that your own family can live in, but you can also rent out the other unit and recoup some of the money that was invested. We even have 2 bedroom triplexes, that can get you started on your journey to becoming a dedicated landlord with multiple properties.
From the information above, you can see that there is no one option that is perfect for all families, as different families will have different preferences, why we are continuously working on expanding our selection.
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