Welcome to a large collection of “modern” five-bedroom home house plans. This is a collection of contemporary houses, most in a modern style, but you’ll see some that are a contemporary take on other styles such as the famed farmhouse style. Enjoy!
This 5-bedroom modern house offers a sweeping floor plan with an open layout designed for wide lots. It is embellished with mixed sidings and expansive glazed walls bathing the interior with ample natural light.
A mixture of wood, bricks, and concrete panels embellish this two-story modern prairie home. It offers a large, partially covered deck at the back and a basement expansion that includes two bedrooms, an exercise room, a rec room, and additional storage space.
A mixture of siding including concrete panels, stone, expansive glass, and wood accents enhances the modern appeal of this two-story home. It includes a sleek entry porch and a courtyard entry garage that creates a parking space perfect for guests.
This two-story farmhouse radiates a modern appeal with its board and batten siding, metal roofs, stone skirting, and a multitude of windows. It features an expansive garage with a sizable workshop space.
A beautiful blend of shake siding and board and batten brings an exquisite appeal to this 5-bedroom modern ranch. It includes a front-loading garage with a man door on the side and a welcoming entry porch topped with a large shed dormer enhancing the home’s appeal.
Metal roof accents along with sleek windows and doors give this farmhouse bungalow a modern touch. It has a double garage and covered porches in the front and back providing you with great outdoor living.
Board and batten siding, multiple gables, and rustic timbers accentuating the covered entry and angled garage bring an immense curb appeal to this modern farmhouse. The 3-car garage offers extra space for storage or sports ATVs.
This 5-bedroom modern farmhouse flaunts a perfectly balanced facade showcasing two gables flanking the covered front porch. Board and batten siding along with stone and timber accents add to the home’s appeal.
A beautiful blend of glass, stone, stucco, and warm wood siding brings an immense curb appeal to this two-story modern home. It includes an angled 2-car garage that protrudes in front creating a parking courtyard.
Large windows and metal accents bring a modern appeal to this 5-bedroom farmhouse. It features a courtyard entry garage and a dog trot that separates the main living area from the primary suite. The central dog trot opens in both areas creating a nice spot for gatherings.
This two-story mountain modern home features an eye-catching facade graced with shed and barrel-vaulted roofs, vertical siding, and stone accents that add texture to the exterior. It includes a covered porch in front and a covered deck that wraps around the right side of the house.
This 5-bedroom farmhouse with modern touches features a great curb appeal with its board and batten siding, metal roof accents, a multitude of windows, and a covered front porch topped with twin shed dormers.
A combination of horizontal and vertical siding accentuated with dark bricks adds an exquisite appeal to this three-story modern farmhouse. It is further enhanced by two symmetrical gables and a central shed dormer.
Slanted roofs, clean lines, and a multitude of large windows lend a modern influence to this 5-bedroom Northwest home. It features a stacked garage with a double garage beneath and another 2-car tandem garage with a shop.
Flat rooflines, concrete accents, and a multitude of large windows enhance the modern appeal of this two-story Northwest home. It features a side-loading garage that connects to the home through a mudroom.
This two-story contemporary home can be nestled into narrow lots with its 40′ wide modern floor plan. It features a 3-car garage, an open concept living, and an optional lower level complete with a family room and an additional bedroom.
Jon Dykstra owns an interior design company in North Vancouver, British Columbia. He's fascinated by architecture and interiors. He also enjoys gardening at his "house in the burbs" and "homesteading" at his off-the-grid boat-access cabin.
Combine all that with a love of writing and Homestratsophere.com was born. He balances his working time between running his interior design company, working on his off-the-grid cabin and publishing homestratosphere.com.