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S I N G L E FA M I LY H O M E S T EX A S CO U N T RY F R E N C H T EX A S FA R M T EX A S G E R M A N *Sketches are presented with a Model number on each page. Please contact TexasHomePlans.com for more information on a specific plan or sketch. Please keep in mind that we offer other Albums that feature our Single Family, Garden Homes & Casitas, Lodges, Cabins, Carriage Houses & more.

T EX A S M I SSI O N T EX A S R A N C H T EX A S T R A D ITI O NA L


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T E X A S C O U N T RY F R E N C H

he Texas Country French home design emanates primarily from Country French or Chateau that is transposed by the use of rustic

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Texas elements. These elements might include

metal roofs, stone/stucco veneers, and wood

or stone columns. A Hip roof is used. It could

have a few accent gables, but when you look at the house, you predominantly see Hip. The

roof pitch is usually a moderate 7/12 or 8/12. Saw cut stone or wood lintels often accent these homes. Broken arch windows and doors, as opposed to the (Spanish style) full arch are regularly featured. Broken arch shapes between porch columns and major accent openings are a smooth detail present in this style.

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Broken arch openings Hip roof Shingle (shakes) for roof material or colored metal Stone columns or wood with curved corbels French style garage doors


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T E X A S FA R M he Texas Farm home designs encompass a n u m b e r o f s t y l e s o r h i nt s o f s t y l e s . W h i l e s o m e home designs in this gallery have a hint of V i c t o r i a n a p p o i n t m e n t s, o t h e r s h a v e a m o r e s i m p l e and country look, even to the extent of the “dog r u n ” l a y o u t . T h e s e h o m e d e s i g n s o f f e r a v a ri e t y o f a r c h i t e c tu r a l f e a t u r es . M os t o f t h e s e d e s i g n s are simple in appointments and usually i n c o r p o r a t e a f u n ct i o n al p o r c h . S om e h a v e s t e e p r o o f s to a l l o w fo r a s e c o n d f l o o r . T h e G e r m a n influence is evidenced in the designs that have walls that are more spacious and windows that are not prominently featured. The difference in the Texas Farm designs may appear subtle in comparison to the Texas German designs. Both are used extensively in the Texas Hill Country. The original Farm Homes were primarily designed w i t h w o o d v e n e e r s , m e t a l r o o f s w it h s t o n e o r br i c k c h i m n e y s , a n d r a i s e d w i t h s t o n e o r b r i c k a p r on s . They were usually enhanced by a sparse number of “Texas Farm” style windows, which are single o r d o u b l e h u n g w i t h o ne v e r t i c a l d i v i d e r i n e a c h s a s h . W o o d f l o o r s w e re c u s t om a r y i n t h i s s t y le a l o n g w i t h w o o d c o l u mn s a n d h a n d r a i l s . C o n t e m p o r a r y v e r s i o n s o f t h i s st y l e e m p l o y m a n y of these elements, though they may not be as predominate due to the larger size homes of today.

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Cro ss Bu c k or “Z ” st yl e bra c ing f or Ba rn D oor s & Sh u t t ers Wood Ven ee r s Window s a re ve rt ic a l l y -rec t a ng u l a r , eit her sing l e o r dou bl e h u ng ; a c c ent squ a re w ind ow s a r e som et im es u s ed Ga bl e R oof Pent roof t o p rot ec t w indow f rom su n Met a l R oof Wood c ol u mn s Trus s B ea ms so me t imes u sed a s a W ood F ea t u re


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TEX AS GERMAN h e T e x a s G e r m a n d e s i gn o f f e r s a c h a r m i n g b l e n d o f E u r o p e a n p e a s a n t h o u s e s w it h h i l l country materials. This style is one in which balance and symmetry are not essential. S i m p l i c i t y i s i m p o rt a n t . G e r m a n s a r e a

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conservative group and tend to use decorative

features sparingly.

Interesting windows and

d o o r s t h a t s e e m s m a l l fo r t h e w a l l s p a c e t h e y occupy are widely used in this style. In the

T e x a s G e r m a n s t y l e , p or c h e s a r e u s e d

moderately. T h e G e r m a n S u n d a y H o u s e p r o v i d e d a cc e s s to a l o f t v i a ou t d o o r s t a i rs l o c a t e d i n t h e g a b l e d e n d . T h e s e s t o n e s t r u c tu r e s w e r e s o m e t i m e s veneered with plaster when finances allowed. The contemporary version tries to a u t h e n t i c a t e a r u s t ic ap p e a r a n c e b y e x p o s i n g the stone wall in places by partially plastering the wall. The stone wall is developed with s m e a r j o i n t m o r t a r as is t y p i c a l f o r a s t o n e wall ready for plastering. Metal roofs are frequently used in the Texas Hill Country due t o i t s l o n g e v i t y . Ru s t i s n o t a p r o b l e m i n t h e hill country.

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Ma ssi ng : “ a dding on” Ga bl e roof - Met a l ma t eria l Wood c ol u mn s Ba rn D oo r F ea t u re, ba rn ro of vent s, or st a bl e c u pol a s Wood B ea m s & Trus se s Window s a re of t e n sing l e h u ng , ve rt ic a l , rec t a ng u l a r & sma l l squ a re w ind ow s


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T E X A S M I SS I O N h e T e x a s M i s s i o n st y l e i s a r o m a n t i c b l e n d o f T e x a s R a n c h , M e x ic a n H a c i e n d a , a n d S p a n i s h M i s s i o n . T h i s s t y l e i s of t e n a r a m b l i n g p l a n w i t h a n e n c l o s e d c o u r t y a r d th a t f e a t u r e s a n a t t r a c t iv e fountain. The walls of the courtyard serve to p r o t e c t a s m a l l a r e a f ro m t h e l o c a l w i l d l i f e s u c h a s deer and armadillos. The materials used in this style are usually a

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c o m b i n a t i o n o f s t o n e an d s t u cc o ( p l a s t e r ) w a l l s with shake roofing. Many of these designs have

barrel tile roofs in earth tones other than the C a l i f o r n i a r e d s o r o r a n g e s . T h e r o o f p i tc h i s g e n e r a l l y a t a s l i g h t 5 / 1 2 o r 6 / 1 2 p i tc h , s i n ce t h e

prospect of snow is not a problem. Wood or stone

lintels enhance many of these designs. Casement w i n d o w s a r e o ft e n u s e d w i t h o r wi t h o u t d i v i d e r s . U n i q u e t o u c h e s i n v o l v e t h e u s e o f a r c h i t e c t u r al a n t i q u e s s u c h a s o xc a r t w h e e l g a t e s o r c h a n d e l i e r s . R u s t i c f i n is h e s i n b o t h t h e i n t e r i o r and exterior are typical in this motif. Porches a l s o p l a y a v i t a l r o l e i n t h e T e x a s M i s s io n d e s i g n as the hot, West Texas sun begs for shade.

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Ga bl e & Hip R oof Ba rr el t ile roof ma t eria l F u l l Arc h es u se d f or opening s Ca nt era o r a c ombina t ion of c a nt era a nd w ood R oof Corb el s Window s a re of t e n ve rt ic a l - rec t a ng u l a r c a seme nt s Exposed w ood ra f t er ra il s Spa nish D oo rs Tow e r Ent rie s a nd/o r Tu rr et R oom s


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TEX AS R ANCH ambling one-story floor plans with wide roof overhangs, to shield the living area from the hot T e x a s s u n , b e s t e x e m pl i f y t h e s t y l e o f t h e T e x a s Ranch designs featured in this gallery. Many of the appointments are of Texas Ranch or Mexican o r i g i n . P o r c h e s a r e a s i g n i f i c a n t e l e m e n t o f th e

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p l a n d e s i g n o f f e r i n g p r o t e c t i o n f r om t h e s u n an d e n j o y m e n t o f t h e b r e e z e . S i n c e s n o w i s n o t u su a l l y

a p r o b l e m , r o o f s a r e co n s t r u ct e d w i t h a s l o w s l o p e . They were typically made of wood shakes,

h o w e v e r , m e t a l r o o f s ha v e b e c o m e q u i t e p o p u l a r . D i m e n s i o n a l c o m p o s i t io n s h i n g l e d r o o f s a l s o

characterize the Ranch appearance very nicely. T h e f a ç a d e i s u su a l l y o f e a r t h y m a t e r i a l s s u c h a s s t o n e a n d w o o d . T h e u s e o f w oo d ( o f t e n c e d ar ) p o s t s a n d c o lu m n s i s p re v a l e n t i n m a n y o f t h e s e d e s i g n s . A l t h o u g h c a se m e n t s t y l e w i n d o w s a r e p r e f e r r e d , s i n g l e h u n g d i v i d e d w i n d o w s c a n be easily worked into the scheme. The Texas Ranch style designs differ from the Texas M i s s i o n st y l e d e s i g n s i n t h a t t h e R a n c h s t y l e w i l l n o t h a v e b a r r e l t i l e r o o f s n o r u t i l i z e a s m u c h of t h e S p a n i s h / M e x i c a n a cc e n t s s u c h a s t h e u s e o f cantera.

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E l ong a t ed Bu il ding Prof il e Ga bl e R oof : Met a l or Sh ing l e ma t eria l E x posed R a f t er Ta il s Window s: Typic a l l y ve rt ic a l -rec t a ng u l a r but sh ort e r t h a n F a rm or G er ma n st yl e Trus s B ea ms Wood C ol u mns, som et im es st one St one pl u s W ood Ma t eria l s t h rou g h ou t


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TEX AS TR ADITIONAL u r “ T e x a s T r a d i t io n a l ” s e c t i o n a c tu a l l y e n c o mp a s s e s a w i d e v a r i e t y o f T e x a s st y l e s such as Contemporary, Prairie,

INCLUDES FEATURES FROM

C r a f t s m a n , Tu d o r , T ex a s F o r t

simulation, and Alsace-Lorraine

that are not included in the

f o r e g o i n g s e c t i o n s . A l so f ou n d

i n t h i s s e c t i o n a r e a f ew u n i q u e designs that fall into a category all their own. These plans are presented for your enjoyment and to emphasize that T e x a s H o m e P l a n s . c o m ca n , a n d , in fact, is delighted to develop o t h e r s t y l e s a n d c o m b in a t i o n o f s t y l e s i n a c c o r d a n c e w it h o u r clients’ tastes and desires.

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Cont emp ora ry Cra f t sma n Smok e y Mou nt a in Etc.


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INDEX

S K E TC H A L B U M C O N T E N TS T EX A S LO D G ES T EX A S C A B I N S T EX A S C A R RI AG E H O US ES *Sketches are presented with a Model number on each page. Please contact TexasHomePlans.com for more information on a specific plan or sketch. Please keep in mind that we offer other Albums that feature our Single Family, Garden Homes & Casitas, Lodges, Cabins, Carriage Houses & more.

MO R E

( c a nt i na s, pav i l i o ns, gaz eb o s, b ar n s, g ar ag es, et c . )


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T E X A S LO D G ES

a n y c o r p o r a t i o n s a n d /o r individuals have developed Lodges to entertain their guest during their enjoyment of the outdoor

TYPICAL FEATURES 

a c t i v i t i e s . M o s t o f t e n t he y w i l l b e accompanied with cabins if

bedrooms are not included.

We have designed a number of these over the past couple of decades including one for the w o r l d f a m ou s Y O R a n ch a n d t h e Grand Oaks Lodge. Such facilities will include a rather large gathering room and often a c o m m e r c i a l ( o r s e m i - c om m e r c i a l ) kitchen. Usually there will be an office for management.

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La rg e g a t h ering roo m Lof t spa c es La you t is not r ea l l y ve ry c ondu c ive t o c u rrent h om e l a you t s Mig h t h a ve bedr oom s o r not


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n s o m e r a n c h e t t e s o r f ar m s o u r clients have desired what we call a “Carriage House” (or B a r n d o m i n i u m ) . T h i s f ac i l i t y

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includes a small living space along with vehicle and equipment storage. Such living quarters u s u a l l y i n c l u d e a k i t c h en o r a kitchenette. Like the Cabin, the Carriage House is often needed for a w e e k e n d f a c i l i t y o r a t ra n s i t i o n facility, that can later be used as a guest house, caretaker quarters or for returning children.

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Sma l l l iving qua rt er s o r l ou ng ing /sl e eping qu a rt er s Mig h t h a ve Kit c h en or Kit c h enet t e Le ss t ha n 3 bedr oom s As pa rt of a g a ra g e or ba rn


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M O R E. . .

his section includes a number of different facilities: barns, c a n t i n a s ( o u t d oo r l i v i n g

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structures), garages, p a v i l i o n s , g a z e b o s , e t c. S o m e o f t h e s e s t r u c t u r es

are designed for fun

and others for utilitarian purposes. Whatever the purpose we strive to develop a pleasing appearance which blends with nature and complements the surrounding structures.

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Ma t c h es st yl e of su r rou nding st ruc t ure s St one f i repl a c es Not a c ondit ioned spa c e F ree st a nding , roof ed st ruc t ure


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