Mediterranean Style Home Plans

Mediterranean-style architecture is based on traditional Mediterranean building techniques. The goal of Mediterranean-style design is to build a structure that can stay cool and breezy in the hot sun climate in the Mediterranean. General features include shallow, sloping roofs using bright terra cotta roof tiles. Roofs overhang the walls – a feature used int he Mediterranean to provide extra shade. Most Mediterranean homes employ a courtyard in front of a house, as part of the driveway, or inside the floor plan. This encourages an open, breezy feel.

Mediterranean architecture includes lost of large, open arches and windows. These are designed to take advantage of any breeze coming through the house. Traditionally, Mediterranean houses are constructed with stucco walls. These walls remain unpainted, giving Mediterranean homes a bright, clean appearance.

Mediterranean design elements

Design Basics’ Mediterranean-styled house plans reflect these time-honored elements while the floor plans incorporate modern design features and amenities for the way we live. Each of our home plans can be customized to your specific needs. 

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Plan Essentials
    Plan #/Name
    Square Feet
    Floors
  • either
  • one
  • two
    Owner's Suite Location
  • either
  • upper
  • main
    Total Bedrooms
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5+
Plan Dimensions
Design Layout
Designers
House Plan Style
  • Craftsman
  • Country
  • Tuscan
  • Cape Cod
  • Coastal
  • Colonial
  • Cottage
  • Gambrel
  • European
  • Farm House
  • French
  • French Country
  • French Eclectic
  • Georgian
  • Historical
  • Lodge / Cabin
  • Mediterranean
  • Mission
  • Old Florida
  • Prairie
  • Salt Box
  • Shaker
  • Shingle
  • Southern Colonial
  • Southwestern
  • Transitional
  • Tudor
  • Victorian
  • Contemporary
  • Various
  • Modern Farm House
Owner's Suite
Kitchen
Main Living Area
Garage
Rear Entry Foyer
Outdoor Living Areas
Other Amenities and Features
Construction Method or Type

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