Narrow Homes with a Garage

If your lot is limited in width or size in general, but you still want indoor parking, explore our narrow homes with a garage! These efficient and affordable plans are packed full of style. They’re made for all sorts of lots with limited frontages, making them great for building anywhere from a bustling city to a tight subdivision in the suburbs.

Explore our vast array of ready-to-build home plans and see for yourself. As you search through the options, think about the unique convenience that each one can bring to your life and situational needs.

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House Plan 2571
2,262 Square Feet, 3 Beds, 2.1 Baths

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Learning the Needs of Your Narrow Lot

To many, a narrow or limited lot might seem undesirable, but it shouldn’t! Having a reduced footprint doesn’t mean that the interior has to feel small. Choosing one of our narrow homes with a garage can actually unlock a ton of possibilities. Let’s see some of those benefits!

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House Plan 1765
1,454 Square Feet, 3 Beds, 2.1 Baths

Our narrow home plans with a front garage can deliver everything you need. Not only are these plans found in all styles and sizes, but they often have the same square footage and features as homes of wider dimensions, including luxurious ones. You never know what you’ll discover!

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House Plan 7170
2,537 Square Feet, 3 Beds, 2.1 Baths

With a focus on efficiency and style, many homeowners building in the city love our narrow modern plans. These cutting-edge designs, such as THD-7170 (above), are particularly eye-catching. This plan packs 2,537 square feet of space into its 36′-wide, 3-level design. It includes a 2-car garage as well as a roof deck. How amazing!

Many of our narrow homes with a garage are available in modern styles. But we have tons of other options, too! From narrow Craftsman designs to timeless traditional styles, take a closer look at the options to see what fits your tastes and your lot.

Building Up Instead of Out

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House Plan 4389
3,247 Square Feet, 4 Beds, 3.1 Baths

When we say that narrow home designs have all of the same amazing offerings as plans with larger footprints, we mean it! The only difference with building on a limited lot is that the focus will be on building up and/or back instead of out. This means that many of our narrow homes with a garage have 3 floors! And since they’re built up, these designs can often bring faraway sights into your home from the higher stories.

Whether it’s a beautiful sunrise over the city or a romantic sunset in the country, position your house to capture the view. Some narrow homes even place their main living spaces on the uppermost floor to really take advantage of it! Designs such as THD-1457 (below) take it to a whole new level with huge statement windows. Just think about hosting a dinner party with gorgeous sights as the backdrop!

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House Plan 1457
3,543 Square Feet, 4 Beds, 3.0 Baths

Fusing Style and Functionality

Perhaps the biggest reason why narrow homes with a garage are so popular is that they offer the best of everything. They have the style and functionality that you know and love about wider homes, but they adapt to limitations. They can give you the life you want in dream locations where you might not think you can build a house.

Parking in or around a city can be especially frustrating. With few spots and sky-high pricing, many people rule out city living for that reason alone. But with narrow homes with a garage, you can avoid this problem! Choose a design with a garage and you’ll make your life easier and even increase your home’s value. A win-win all around!

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House Plan 1974
4,301 Square Feet, 4 Beds, 4.1 Baths

Depending on your location, you might be able to save on commuting, too. Forget the headache of fighting traffic only to pay for expensive parking at work. You can simply catch a ride or train into the city while your car sits safely in your garage, waiting for your next weekend getaway. It doesn’t get much better than that!

There are so many reasons why you should consider narrow homes with a garage. Go and embrace the lots that many are afraid of?you can build and move into your dream home knowing you’ve made a great decision!

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Bringing a background in marketing and communications along with a passion for creative house plans, Jordan loves keeping readers updated on the latest trends and developments in the world of housing. Jordan especially enjoys finding the industry’s best plans and designers to share them with you. Whether it’s a simple addition to increase your home’s value or a newly designed house plan from the ground up, Jordan’s goal is to help answer the most commonly asked questions for all homeowners.

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