Because there's no such thing as a one-size-fits-all layout, these floor plans adapt to a range of living situations. Young families, childfree couples, and empty nesters will all appreciate the many ways to tailor these homes to their unique needs.

Study Easily Becomes Guest Suite

Every square foot of space is used wisely in this striking one-story home. On the right, the master suite offers a luxurious bathroom and a bay window in the bedroom. A flexible study can easily serve as a third bedroom with its adjoining full bath. In the main gathering spaces, the kitchen offers a corner snack bar that overlooks the great room and dining nook, with a center island adding more prep space. Don't miss the fireplace-warmed screen porch. See more images, information, and the floor plan.

Flex Room Offers Many Uses

Storage and flexibility are the hallmarks of this attractive home. Each bedroom offers at least one walk-in closet, a large pantry makes grocery organization easy, and there's even extra storage in the garage. At the heart of the home, the great room is topped by a decorative ceiling treatment. A flex room (with storage, of course) makes a great dining space, den, or library. Don't miss the kitchen's handy snack bar. Outside, the wide front porch provides useful living space to sit and enjoy the neighborhood. Another porch and a patio offer more room in back. If buyers want to expand later, they can finish the bonus room above the garage. See more images, information, and the floor plan.

Office or Snore Room for Master Suite

Photo courtesy of DesignHaus
Photo courtesy of DesignHaus

On the exterior, contemporary styling brings bold curb appeal. Terraces in front and back offer quite a bit of space for outdoor living, part of it covered for protection on sunny days. Inside, the split-bedroom layout provides privacy for the master suite, which boasts a luxurious bathroom and a door to the terrace. The adjacent study would make a great office or perhaps even a snore room for a noisy partner. On the other side of the home, a game room keeps kids or guests happy. Other thoughtful features include the well-organized mudroom, the open dining area, and space for an outdoor grill. See more images, information, and the floor plan.

Abundant Options for Expansion

Your clients can choose which of the many versatile places to finish in this striking home: the bonus room upstairs, an optional walkout basement below, and even an expanded porch with a fireplace outside the great room. Other choices include whether to use the elegant front room for formal dining or close it off as a home office. The spacious island kitchen and great room encourage relaxed gatherings. See more images, information, and the floor plan.