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Angled house plans - not much luck

Posted by wonderinginnh (My Page) on
Mon, Mar 15, 10 at 17:04

Not having much luck searching for websites for angled house plans.

I found eplans, architechturalplans, dongardener, houseplans.com, etc., but most of the search functions do not allow for the word 'angled'.

Will I have to purchase software?

Thank you!


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RE: Angled house plans - not much luck

Is this the kind of 'angled' house you are looking for?
I don't have any tips for searching. I just happened to know if this one.

Here is a link that might be useful: Evergreen House Plan


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RE: Angled house plans - not much luck

Not sure what you mean by angled??


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RE: Angled house plans - not much luck

Is this what you are looking for? Under "Design Elements" on the Don Gardner site, Angled floorplans is one of his categories. If it is a plan that has an inside load garage, where the driveway is in front of the house and the garage doors are either on an angle or inside loaded, then I bet the search terminology would be something to do with the garage (in a quick look it seems like everyone called this type something different.). Hope this helps.

Here is a link that might be useful: Don Gardner Angled House Plans


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Alan Mascord has a search option "angled garage". We have also been looking for the "perfect" plan with an angled garage, and are currently taking pieces of many homes and trying to come up with something close before we take it to the draftsman/designer. Several months ago I asked this same question on this forum. Got some very helpful responses, and one real sarcastic dig. Was glad to see your post. Good luck in your search.

We want to build a prairie style ranch home, and I've found several websites with great plans. Can share these as well if you're interested. through my searches, I've become a huge fan of Jon Rentfrow designs.

Here's a few other websites -- which you may already know about.

http://house-blueprints.net/blueprint_30501.htm
http://www.thehousedesigners.com/plan_details.asp?PlanNum=1559
http://www.houseplanguys.com/plan_details.asp?id=32942

Here is a link that might be useful: Alan Mascord Homes


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mdva, polkadots and Joyce - EXACTLY! I did find 2 of those and will certainly research the rest, thanks so much!

I wish the Evergreen was attached, almost perfect with some mirror image changes! one floor, 2 bd, 2.5 ba and 2 car attached. I will keep in touch as my search progresses. Again, thanks!


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wonderinginnh ,
Take a look at Sater designs (see link).
The site search feature does not have the angled option but a lot of his homes have skewed lines somewhere :)

Here is a link that might be useful: Sater Design


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RE: Angled house plans - not much luck

We built Don Gardner's Evergreen plan if you are interested in seeing photos. In the meantime, I'll try to refresh my memory on how to post photos!


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RE: Angled house plans - not much luck

I am interested in Don Gardner's "The Evergreen" angled house plan. Is there anyone who has built this house and could post some photos of the finished house?


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We are currently having a house designed for us with an angled garage. We used a local builders plan as a 'jumping off' point.


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RE: Angled house plans - not much luck

I agree with previous poster that said search for 'angled garage'. That's what we did and we came up with the 'Vida de la Confianza', which we bought, and then made a ton of changes to it.

Here is a link that might be useful: Vida de la Confianza


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