Balmoral House Plan - 20,000+ sq feet of awesome. This is the ultimate dream: 4 floors with two additional "floors" via towers. Lap pool, wine cellar, theatre, multistory library with observatory on 6th floor, and so much more.
Plan Name: Harwood DESCRIPTION Steep roof lines and plenty of windows create a sophisticated aura around this home. The spacious first-floor plan including a large patio with a fireplace, veranda, and guest suite balcony invites hours of entertaining for family and friends. Also on the main floor is an elegant master suite providing privacy and relaxation with a special feature of a fireplace separating the suite and sitting area. Visit >> http://www.archivaldesigns.com/home-plans/harwood
Saw this o Tiny House. It's a floor plan cracker cabin. Someone commented on the door being on the side of the house and that it opened up the opportunity to have a bit more space for living. I think she was onto something... If not on the side, in a corner instead of centered would also make sense I think.
Plan Name: VanAken Estate DESCRIPTION This is a lovely luxury house plan on one level. The welcoming foyer leads to the tray ceiling dining room through large decorative pillars. Behind the dining room is the butlery and utility area, perfect for entertaining. Visit >> http://www.archivaldesigns.com/home-plans/vanaken-estate
The most easily recognized of the American styles, Queen Anne homes were popular across the country from the 1870s to 1900. Featuring irregular floor plans, porches, multiple steep roofs, towers, contrasting materials, decorative windows and trim, this Victorian style captured the decorative exuberance of the era.