Rambler Custom Home Floor Plans
Beacon Hill Modern Farmhouse
Square Footage: 2,780
Holladay Modern Tudor
Square Footage: 2,479
West Jordan Rambler
Square Footage: 3,800
Woodland Hills Rambler Floor Plan
Square Footage: 3,300
One Story Custom Home Floor Plans
From the very high-demand modern farmhouse-style to the increasingly popular midcentury modern home, single story floor plans are ideal for customizing and building a home that fits your unique taste and style.
Modern ranch house plans are typically characterized by open, airy layouts that integrate indoor-outdoor living spaces. A ranch home plan is best suited for building on parcels of land that are large enough to accommodate a larger building footprint.
Because rambler floor plans are oriented around outdoor living spaces and patios, they are a popular choice if you plan to build a home in Northern Utah, where outdoor living and recreation are a central part of the culture and lifestyle.
Rambler Floor Plans vs Ranch Floor Plans
The single story, open concept homes Hibbs Homes builds are called both ranch and rambler, depending on the region where it is being built.
In areas like Summit County in Utah, these 1-story homes are called ramblers because of their sprawling footprint and because ranches in Utah are typically associated with homesteads where horses and other livestock are raised.
One-Story House Plans for Aging in Place
When building your forever home, you must consider many design choices. Designing a home that is accessible and safe at every stage of life is important if you plan to retire. Floor plans with master bedroom suites on the primary floor are ideal for adaptive home design because accessibility is not limited by stairs.
Single story house plans are ideal for people who cannot or don't wish to use stairs to access the primary rooms of the house. Most ADA accessible floor plans are ranch or rambler style because they accommodate different types of mobility needs.
A "U-shaped" foot prints in a one story home is a great option for retirement living because they give the homeowner privacy and space for guest bedrooms. Centrally placed kitchens, living rooms, and other common spaces are flanked by two distinct wings in this style floor plan - with the primary bedroom suite situated in its own wing and guest quarters in the other.