Happy Veterans Day! We would like to thank all of our veterans who have served in our armed forces, especially those that gave their lives to protect us.
A famed quote by one of our most famous veterans:
“Honor to the soldier and sailor everywhere, who bravely bears his country’s cause. Honor, also, to the citizen who cares for his brother in the field and serves, as he best can, the same cause.” – Abraham Lincoln
If you are a veteran who has returned from service or you’ve been retired from the armed forces and you’re looking to settle down and build your dream home, we have some affordable house plans we think you will love.
Historically, ranch house plans became popular in the years following World War II after returning vets with new families started looking for affordable housing.
The Shadow Lane house plan is a great example of the kind of ranch homes that would have been popular after World War II. The Shadow Lane house plan has some classic charm with a gorgeous master suite and a large garage with plenty of space to store your lawn mower, 4-wheeler, and of course your car.
The Berkshire house plan is a modern take on a classic design and is built for modern families with busy lifestyles. It features an open floor plan and unfinished space to accommodate the growing needs of a young family.
The colonial style was also popular. The Pleasant View house plan features colonial style with an open floor plan and a large back porch. Three bedrooms and two baths make it the perfect home for a growing family.
This is a small taste of affordable home plans that The House Designers has to offer. If you are a veteran looking to build a new home we invite you to take advantage of our military promo code: VETERANS2014.
If you need assistance finding a home plan because you have special needs or lot restrictions, please don’t hesitate to contact us at 866-214-2242.
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