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How much do Gambrel Roof style houses cost per square feet (approximately)?

Gambrel roofs cost slightly more than gable roofs to build because they are more complex. A gambrel style home costs about $180 per sq ft. Costs will vary based on your location and the quality of materials you choose.

Are there Gambrel Roof style floor plans with a detached garage?  Is it possible?

Yes, you can find gambrel roof style plans with a detached garage. You can also find gambrel style garage floor plans. Gambrel style is also known as barn style, and it’s a popular choice for detached garages, particularly garage apartments.

Does Gambrel Roof style house usually come with a garage?  

Most gambrel roof style homes have a garage. They are usually attached. The architecture of the roof makes it perfect for adding a garage to the structure. This can create interesting rooflines and asymmetrical designs.

Is Gambrel Roof style considered a grand or luxury style of home?  Is the style used for mansions or normally regular-sized homes?

Gambrel roof style homes work well as an average-size home, but they also make for beautiful mansions. The roof style makes it possible to have a sprawling layout that is absolutely magnificent.

Is Gambrel Roof style ever built as a “small” home?  Can it be built economically?

Gambrel roof homes are one of the few styles of home that work equally well as a luxury mansion or a tiny home. Small gambrel roof homes are often simple. They are barn style with the classic gambrel style that is commonly used for barns. The roof style provides more headroom, which helps make maximum use of the available space. 

Can Gambrel Roof style floor plans be open concept?

Gambrel roof style homes can be open concept. Typically, rustic barn style gambrel roof homes are open concept. Dutch colonial homes also have a gambrel roof. This style is traditionally not open concept, but some modern floor plans offer an open concept.

What are popular Gambrel Roof style exterior colors?

Dutch Colonial style gambrel roof homes often have blue or gray exteriors. White and tan exteriors look great as well. Stone or brick are also popular choices. Barn style gambrel roof homes are often red or stained wood exteriors for a rustic look.

Can you build Gambrel Roof style house on a narrow lot?  

Most gambrel style homes are not built on a narrow lot, but there are narrow lot floor plans available. These are often 1 1/2 or 2 stories.

Can this style be built on a wide lot?

Gambrel style homes are ideal for a wide lot. The roof design is great for wider homes, and it holds up well to different weather conditions.

Can Gambrel Roof style homes be built on a sloping lot?

There are a few Gambrel roof style floor plans for sloping lots. These plans generally include a basement.

How many floors/stories does Gambrel Roof style usually have?

Most gambrel roof style homes have two stories. A few have 1 1/2 stories, and some have 3 stories. The roof style makes it ideal for multiple story homes because it provides more headroom than other designs.

Do Gambrel Roof style houses have a basement?

Approximately half of gambrel roof style homes have a basement. It’s more common for Dutch colonial homes to have a basement, but some barn gambrel style homes have a  a basement as well.

Does this style of house ever come with a bonus room?

Bonus rooms are a popular feature in houses today. They can be used as an office, spare bedroom, game room, or for storage. Their versatility makes them a big selling point. Many gambrel roof style homes include a bonus room.

Do Gambrel Roof style floor plans come with energy efficient options?

Some gambrel roof style homes have energy efficient options. Energy efficient doors and windows are becoming standard. To go beyond this, you can choose higher efficiency insulation for the walls and roofs.

Is a porch a common design feature with Gambrel Roof style houses?

Many gambrel roof style homes have a  porch. A porch can add more architectural interest. They are more popular with the Dutch Colonial style, but barn gambrel roof homes sometimes have a porch as well.

What types of roof does Gambrel Roof style house typically have?

Gambrel roofs have two different pitches. The top of the roof has a shallow slope, and the bottom portion has a steep slope. This style became very popular in New England due to the harsh winters. It typically has a deep overhang.

Does Gambrel Roof style work well with a rustic interior decor?  Or is it more suited to a contemporary interior?

Gambrel roof styles work well with a rustic decor, particularly if it’s a barn style. This offers a timeless appeal reminiscent of days gone by. Hardwood floors and exposed ceiling beams can give the home a cozy appearance. Traditional decor is also common in this style at home. Calm and orderly, it offers class without being overstated.

Modern design isn’t often seen with this style. However, it can work if you opt for a clean minimalist design and an open concept floor plan.