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A few weeks ago, I decided to spend some time looking at house floor plan options for my home. 

In this article, I’ll take a look at 10 of the best floor plans that you can build in your home, and I’ll also highlight the top 10 floor plans for each house. 

These house floorplan choices will vary from place to place, so be sure to visit each of these floor plans and ask any questions you may have before making any final decisions.1. 

Eagle Creek Eagles Creek was once the home of Henry and Helen Hornbeck, who moved to Arizona in 1959. 

After spending years at their home in Eagle Creek, Hornsbeck died in 1997. 

Henry lived in Eagle Canyon until his death in 2016, when he moved to a new home.

Here’s a map of Eagle Creek and the neighborhood surrounding it. 

Here are the house plan options.2. 

Dixie House Duck Creek, Arizona, is an area that has some of the most beautiful and historically significant homes in Arizona. 

This house is an example of a ‘do-it-yourself’ home, where you pick the layout and design of your home and build it yourself. 

You can learn more about how to build a house from this blog.3. 

Cedar Creek This is the home to the Cherry Creek Family Farm, located in the middle of a canyon in Cedar Creek. 

The Cherry Creek family farm is named after the cherry trees that grow on the property, and it’s known for its cherry blossoms, which grow in July. 

Learn more about the Cherry Creek Farm and Creek.4. 

Greensboro Ranch The Greensboro Ranch was built in 1874, and is named for the famous founder, John Greensboro, who built the first commercial ranch in the state of North Carolina. 

John was a pioneer in the development of corn-based crops and cotton, and his farm is known for producing the world’s finest Kentucky bourbon. 

There are no formal guidelines as to what house size you should build, but you should be able to create a space that is large enough for two people. 

 This home is located in Greensboro.5. 

Avalon House Located in a rural area of the state, Avalon House was built on the former home of the James and Ella Adams. 

Today, the property is used for recreational purposes, but the Adams family still live on the farm. 

Many of the original homes were constructed in 1873, and are now listed on the National Register of Historic Places.6. Lone Pine The Lone Pine was once home to James Thomas Langley, a prominent Mormon missionary. 

Thomas and his wife, Anna, had a beautiful home in this home.

They were among the first settlers of the area, and the couple’s property is now part of the Historic Trails. 

One of the few homes that have survived intact is this home that has been in use for over a century.7. 

Ojibwa House Omaha, Nebraska, is a large city that sits along the banks of the Mississippi River. 

Located at the northern end of Omaha, the area is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Omaha. 

During the 1870s, many of the homes built here were used as housing for the city’s growing homeless population. 

They were converted into public housing and many of these homes still exist today. 


Rochester Hills Located in Rochester, New York, Rochester Hills is one home in the neighborhood that is named in honor of its founder, Dr. James Rochester, a physician, and an early settler of the neighborhood. 

He moved to Rochester from the South in 1878 and had a home there until his passing in 1931. 

Dr. Rochester was a leading proponent of the use of public housing as a way to improve the quality of life for low-income people.9. 

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church St Paul’s is a Catholic church that is located on the outskirts of Rochester, where it was founded in 1723. 

It is home to about 25,000 people, and one of their oldest buildings was built to commemorate Dr. Rochester’s death. 


Chickasaw Ridge Chatham, Kansas, is one house in the town of Chickasaw. 

Known as the home where the first slave was sold, this home is a major site in the history of slavery in the United States. 

More than 10,000 enslaved people lived here before the Civil War, but most of those people were freed during the War Between the States.11. 

Parkside This historic home in Parkside, Oklahoma is home only to the family that owned it, and for generations it has been used as a place of worship