Finding your perfect home has never been easier. With the wide variety of services from Monster House Plans, you can sit back, relax, and search to your heart's content. Browse through your favorite styles — or check out our most popular homes and customize the search as specific as you'd like.
We take pride in our unique plans, like the ability to consult with an architect and designer, calculating the cost to build, and 3D Intelligent House Plans view.
If you’ve ever watched HGTV’s Fixer Upper, you’ve probably heard the term “farmhouse style” in almost every single episode.
There’s a reason: the cozy yet spacious style of the farmhouse is back in style. And Zillow Group home design expert Kerrie Kelly doesn’t think it’s going anywhere for a long time.
“Well-designed, usable spaces, such as an open kitchen or a big farmhouse sink often have a longer shelf life,” she says. “Farmhouses are also not new. So, it’s fair to say trends inspired by farmhouses are here to stay in at least some capacity.”
So, although the farmhouse is one of the older home types, it’s clear that its style is timeless.
Have you ever come across a house that seemed perfect — but it was just missing that one thing?
After exhaustive searches, it can become discouraging to find just the right house.
The good news is that your days of searching can come to an end. With Monster House Plans, you can eliminate the seemingly endless hours of house-hunting and trying to find the perfect home for you and your family. Prepare to customize a home built just for you from the ground up.
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One of the things that make Monster House Plans so unique is the ability to consult with architects and designers.
We offer an advice column called Ask the Architect, where you can consult with one of our two architects. Whether you’re stumped, can’t find the perfect plan, or have a very unique situation that you just need to ask a professional about, Ask the Architect is the perfect solution.
And if you are unsure of where to start or need advice on color coordination, then all you have to do is ask our designers for advice.
But if you’re just browsing (for now), then take a look through our blog to help strum some inspiration.
We are the only collaborative house plan site owned and operated by a licensed architect. Jeff Spring, President is an architect with 40+ years of design experience and licensed in the state of Washington.
Experience plans almost like they're already built!
We offer an exclusive 3D Intelligent House Plan that is readily available for most homes.Just select any plan you like, and for a small cost, you can see the house three-dimensionally like it's already built.
The ability to see each house in 3D gives you multiple perspectives and construction details that otherwise you wouldn't usually consider in the planning phase. These plans are also deliverable in PDF format, so you can save it on your computer and share it with contractors.
These models allows you to see what the house would look like in real life, and will help you and your builder understand the designer's intent, verify constructability, and preview any finished selections throughout the modeling process.
Figuring out how much your dream home will cost has never been easier. We've partnered up with Home Cost to offer an instant cost-to-build quote based on your zip code and specific wants. To get an idea of what to expect, take a look at our sample cost-to-build report.
The average cost of building a house on your own from scratch can range between $100,000 to more than $350,000.
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