It’s a win-win situation for you and your buyers: they see an open living area with great flow, while you save on materials costs for interior walls. Open layouts also make homes feel larger, so a smaller home can be just as appealing as a larger one but at a lower price point.

Small Goes Modern

Who says small plans have to look like cottages? This sleek design offers an open layout with no barriers between the living room, dining area, and island kitchen. A well-equipped bath with separate tub and shower serves the two bedrooms. A basement foundation offers the possibility of future expansion. For more images, information, and the floor plan, click here.

Beauty and Brains

Graceful arches contrast with high gables for a stunning exterior to this plan. The free-flowing layout inside features lots of welcome extras, such as a screened porch for comfortable outdoor entertaining and a bonus room upstairs. With two snack bars, the kitchen serves the great room, breakfast nook, and family room with ease. For more images, information, and the floor plan, click here.