Mediterranean House Plans
Mediterranean and Tuscan House Plans
Bring in the influence of outside culture with Mediterranean and Tuscan style house plans. Rich with details of the past, you’ll find these homes are hard to ignore as they draw the eyes of passerbys, even from the street!
What are Mediterranean and Tuscan House Plans?
These two styles are similar in style, but not necessarily the same. Like its name suggests, Tuscan style homes get their influence from Tuscany, the central region of Italy. Meanwhile, the Mediterranean style takes its influence from a broader range of areas, all of which border the Mediterranean sea. This includes Italy, as well as Spain, France, and several others.
Because of its closeness to spain, these styles often share features with Spanish home plan styles, but they are not identical. It’s the variety of influences that makes the Mediterranean style unique and the touch of Italy that makes Tuscan homes so charming.
What are the Features of Mediterranean and Tuscan Houses?
You don’t have to be an architect to spot a Mediterranean or Tuscan home. In fact, you’ve probably seen one before, whether you realize it or not. These styles are commonly used as family residences, and can range greatly in size. From a cozy family home to a grand mansion, they are very popular styles.
Common in warm climates, they often have extensive outdoor living areas, artistically incorporating the beauty of the landscape with the elegance of home. Most commonly, you’ll find stucco exteriors, barrel tile roofs, arches windows, and raised entryways that make these home feel exotic.
Tuscan homes will feature the stone and terracotta details that are a nod to Tuscany in the Old World. Historic and yet charmingly aesthetic, this style is far from “dated.” In fact, they’re incredibly popular. With Tuscany’s resume as the origin of the Italian Renaissance, it brings beautiful curved profiles and an element of comfort and sophistication. It’s natural construction creates rain channels that make it perfect for coastal living and rainy environments.
Summary of Style Features
Below is a list of common features related to these styles:
- Stucco exterior
- Stone exterior
- Low-pitched roof
- Barrel tile roof
- Arched windows
- Archways over doors
- Outdoor areas such as patios, lanais, or courtyards
- Wrought-Iron balconies
How to Purchase a Mediterranean or Tuscan House Plan
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Until then, browse the large inventory of house plans at Distinctive House Plans. We look forward to helping you create the house of your dreams!