Modern Farmhouse Plans

 

 

Woodhouse Modern Farmhouse Floor Plans

The Farmhouse design style has deep roots in America’s agricultural history, when it was widely adopted for being both practical and comfortable. Central to the design style is a warm hearth for the family to gather during cold winters. Heavy timbers, the most practical material for construction at the time of the settlers, support the entire structure while providing the signature cozy atmosphere that is a staple of farmhouses. The traditional lofted children’s bedrooms with slanted roofs and exposed timbers fill the childhood memories of countless American’s to this day.

Woodhouse has taken the timeless core elements of this design style and given it an update in our latest series: Modern Farmhouse. We used the popular open concept from modern design to unite the kitchen and dining area with the traditional fireplace gathering space, allowing these functions to flow naturally while enjoying each other’s company. Using the latest advancements in window insulation these designs also bring the sweeping panoramic window displays from the modern design style, allowing more natural light into the space, while opening up the view visible from the comfort of the hearth.

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Homes in this Series

  • Kettle Creek
  • Eugene
  • Hanford V1
  • Hanford V2

Each Woodhouse Modern Farmhouse has:

Not seeing exactly what you are looking for? Contact your Woodhouse® regional sales manager or independent builder dealer to start the design process on your own dream home. You can also view examples of our Cabin style timber frame houses on Facebook!

**All square footage amounts listed are shown as “Gross Livable Square Footage.” “Gross Livable Square Feet” is defined as the combined floor area of all levels for the building structure, encompassing the perimeter of the exterior wall line, but not including space under a 5’0″ height line, typically occurring at the second floor where roof lines intersect with floor lines. Any lower levels (basements), connectors, or garage areas are not included in our package price, but framing materials are available at an additional cost. Contact your Woodhouse representative to learn more.**