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Rancher House Series - Lindal Ranch Style Plans - Part 2




The Beaumont Ranch – A rancher with a classic roofline - Celebrates the convenience of living on one level.  Well thought out floor plans allow for both private and public spaces that still provide for an easy flow throughout the home




The Madison - A Frank Lloyd Wright inspired design - The Madison is a translation of Jacobs1, Wright's first, iconic Usonian home. Wright’s Usonian homes were typically one story, low-lying structures composed of natural materials like wood, stone, and glass, with seamless indoor/outdoor transitions, attached carports, and an open floor plan.








Dowling Studios 2230 - An Architect designed style Ranch house plan - Private interior spaces organized around a large central living area with pristine views of both the front and rear landscapes






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Ranch House Series - Lindal Ranch Style Plans - Part 1

Ranch Style homes never go out of style. See the different Lindal Ranch house plans we can build on your land 

The Quick Ship Sargasso – The Sargasso is a ranch-style house with an efficient single story floor plan. This home radiates an ambiance of comfort and ease. The expansive wall of windows and a large sliding door let the outdoors in together with a large accessible gathering area that allows for large informal get-togethers.                                         

  


The Hestia – A three-bedroom rancher that wraps around a private courtyard. A stunning example of a ranch style home. The home wraps around a private courtyard surrounded by glass halls. A full band of clerestory windows above the great room uplifts the living, dining, and kitchen space. This custom home was created by architectural designer Aris Georges of OM Studio for Lindal.

  


The Quicks Ship Ludlow – A simple ranch house plan that is compact and functional small ranch style house plan. Under 1,000 square feet, the floor plan includes a spacious master bedroom suite and a great room filled with natural light from the band of clerestory windows, large windows, and sliding glass door that opens to a patio space.

 


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5 Types of Ranch Homes

The ranch's simplicity, open floor plan, soaring walls of glass, and open floor plan are timeless designs that keep the homes popular. You are sure to find the right ranch-style home for you and your family!  Highly energy efficient, exceeding local energy codes, a balance of comfort, style and budget!


5 Different Types of Ranch Homes

Though different styles of ranch homes do share common characteristics, there are also key features that can set them apart. Here are some distinct styles of ranch homes that are tailored to different homeowner needs.

California Ranch

Also known as a rambling ranch, the California ranch is characterized by an L- or U-shaped structure built low to the ground. This sprawling, single-story style is designed to blend with nature. A patio and front lawn are key features of the California ranch.

Suburban Ranch

Though the suburban ranch is similar to the California ranch in its L or U shape and open-concept interior, it is more compact and asymmetrical in structure. Its other main features include an attached garage and backyard

Split-Level Ranch

The split-level ranch has a similar exterior to the suburban ranch but with three stories of staggered living space. Its unique layout features a front door leading into the living, dining and kitchen areas, with two half-flights of stairs leading to bedrooms and additional living space.

Raised Ranch

Like the split-level ranch, the raised ranch features multiple stories of living space, though with a distinctly different layout. The front door of the raised ranch opens directly to a staircase leading both upstairs and downstairs, with the kitchen and bedrooms usually on the upper level.

Storybook Ranch

Also known as the fairytale ranch, the storybook ranch stands out from other ranch styles because of its ornamental details. This design features diamond-shape window panes, a decorative chimney made of brick or stone, and a steep, gabled roof.

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Building your Ranch House - Distinguishing Traits

A Ranch house, also known as a Rancher or Rambler is a popular style of home. The original Ranch style homes date back to the 1920's and became increasingly popular  in the suburbs after WWII and with the passing of the GI Bill in 1944, after millions of soldiers returned to civilian life.  

                                                                  Lindal Ranch style featured in a Lindal 1950's house plan book

Traditional ranch style homes are single-story houses commonly built with an open-concept layout and a devoted patio space. They often feature long, low-pitch rooflines and large windows. 

A ranch style home is generally recognized by 3 distinguishing traits:

All One Level - A ranch style home is usually a low-lying, one story house. One level living makes the ranch style home attractive because it provides the convenience of having everything accessible on one floor.

Open concept floor Plan - Creates a sense of openness and connection and provides for greater traffic flow. Every room flows into the next effortlessly and blends with the outdoors. 

Seamless transition from Inside to Outside - Floor plans for ranch style homes are designed to be informal and relaxed. Great rooms open to courtyards, decks and pools through large doors and expansive windows that allow natural light in and blur the distinction between the inside and out.

If you choose to build a ranch style home with Barb and Doug Pocha, with our exclusive design process, we know you won't regret it.

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