Split Bedroom Floor Plans

Don Gardner House Plans - Plan 1204 The Rochelle

Split bedroom floor plans separate the master suite from the secondary bedrooms. This provides more privacy to the bedrooms and is ideal for families with older children or teenagers who want to create a little more separation. . .

When children are young, parents often want to have bedrooms near their kids, but as they grow up, a little more privacy is a nice feature. As you make plans to build your new home, you may wish to consider building one that provides more seclusion by choosing from split bedroom floor plans. House plans with split bedrooms feature a master suite that is on one side of the home, and additional bedrooms for children or roommates on the other side. The living area stands in the middle of the two bedroom areas, increasing the amount of privacy the home's occupants enjoy. This is a great floor plan for people in most stages of life, but split bedroom house plans work particularly well for families with older children or teenagers who want to create a little more separation.

The main benefit of split bedroom floor plans is privacy. When you move the master bedroom away from other bedrooms in the home, the parents get to have the privacy they crave for quiet moments away from the children. However, this is just one benefit of home plans with split bedrooms. Not all families who build a home have children still living at home. Sometimes the additional bedrooms are used for guest rooms or home offices. Again, having the master suite away from the other rooms can provide a measure of privacy.

In addition, split bedroom floor plans allow for more of the square footage to be used for living area, rather than dedicating a portion of it to hallways. The bedrooms can be almost directly off the open living plan, so you do not have to waste valuable space in a hallway. If you want the privacy and open design of a split bedroom house plan, trust Donald A. Gardner Architects to give you exactly what you need. Whether you are looking for split-bedroom ranch house plans or want a cottage with a split design, our architects have created a number of layouts that will accommodate your needs and wants.

The Bartlett home plan is a good example of a split bedroom design. In this stately home, the master suite sits directly off the great room, divided from the other bedrooms by the great room, study, kitchen and dining area. Each bedroom in this 3,322-square-foot design has its own private bathroom. If you are looking for small house plan with a split bedroom design, consider The Primrose. This cozy 1,818-square-foot home has a split bedroom design with an open living area in the center. A screened porch and patio help add a feeling of spaciousness to this otherwise compact design.

Use our advanced search to find the home plan that fits your needs or consider modifications to create your true dream home out of one of our existing floor plans.

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