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Ranch House Plans

Ranch-style homes are surging in popularity, but these are not the dull, linear designs of the 1950s and ’60s. Today’s single-level houses employ strategic floor plans you'll love. They are rugged and utilitarian, designed to accommodate a crowd and stand up to heavy foot traffic because they are only one-level. A traditional log home ranch has one long roof ridge, with a fairly shallow pitch. The home’s horizontal lines look best on a flat site, but can appear more modern on a slope. Metal roofs are a wise pick for standing up to the hot sun and drifting snow. The ranch house should feel communal, with a wide-open sense of welcome. Wrap-around porches look great on a ranch home, and permit entry at a number of places. Find a ranch house plan that's perfect for you and your family.

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Cricket Creek Log Home Plan by 1867 Confederation Log & Timber Frame
Imagine this: a home that is as functional for two as it is for twelve. That was the genius inspiration behind the Cricket Creek floor plan.
Hogan Creek Log Home Floor Plan from Countrymark
Countrymark Log homes' 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom log home floor plan.
Lewis Log Home Floor Plan by Log Homes of America
Lewis Log Home Floor Plan from Log Homes of America
LeChateau Log Home Floor Plan by 1867 Confederation
Square Footage:4402 Bedrooms: 3 Bathrooms: 2.5
Loyalhanna II Ranch Plan by Timberhaven Log & Timber Homes
The Loyalhanna II is an unexpectedly urbane take on traditional log home design. Offering 1,752 square feet of prudently conceived efficiency, the floor plan features 3 bedrooms 2 full baths, a lar...
Alexandria Log Home Plan by Countrymark Log Homes
The Alexandria plan is designed as a Ranch single story cabin with a large Master Suite with easy access to the garage and laundry.