Most people, when talking about the housing market, only think about single-family housing. They know that the single-family housing market is better than previous years, but do not consider the multi-family housing market. The NAHB noticed that the multi-family market has been in high demand in recent years and continues to be in high demand, just like the single-family housing market. Multi-Family homes are buildings, like apartment complexes ,or homes designed to handle more than one family. The American public is still in great need for affordability and design, so the need for multi-family housing has risen. Different factors play a major role in the high demand for multi-family housing. Millennials are wanting independence , but need affordability. On the other hand, Baby Boomers want to maintain their independence, and need housing that is low maintenance, so a feasible option for both parties is to be apart of a multi-family community. Even regular houses can serve as multi-family units because, they have the amenities that are more than capable to support more than one family. Archival Designs has several house plans that are more than qualified to support more than one family at the same time!
The Vinius House Plan: This house is an impressive 5,699 sq. ft. It includes 2 master bedroom suites and 3 other nicely sized bedrooms with each room having its own bathroom. This house plan would be a perfect fit for several families, with more than enough room for everyone.
The Latrobe House Plan: This house plan is 4,364sq. ft. with 2 masters as well. The nice thing about the Latrobe is that it also has an optional basement foundation. That addition will add another 2,866 sq. ft. to the house. Also, having extra rooms that once were purposed for entertainment can easily be converted to bedrooms.
The Pepperwood House Plan: This house plan is 2,878sq. ft. and has a basement foundation. This plan is special because instead of having a second master suite, it has an In-Law suite. This layout was made to house multi generational families.
Archival Designs also features commercial buildings, which includes our duplex building the Sanborn Duplex. This plan is a conjoined duplex with 2 separate entrances for each side. Each side is 1,488 sq. ft. and boast a 1-car garage and at least 2 more bedrooms.
Find more house plans that could possibly be used for a Multi- Family unit at Archival Designs !
- Ana Coddington