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How much do Mediterranean style houses cost per square feet (approximately)?
The cost to build a Mediterranean style home varies according to location, but expect a typical range of $100 to $200 per square foot, according to HomeAdvisor. In urban areas with a high cost of living it can cost much more. For example, in New York City it costs about $400 per square foot. The cost of the land on which you build, the home design, and the materials comprise the three largest cost influences. Labor also influences the cost and makes up for about 40 percent of the total home cost.
Are there Mediterranean style floor plans with a detached garage? Is it possible?
Although most Mediterranean style floor plans come with an attached garage, you can obtain plans for one with a detached garage. At ArchitecturalDesigns.com, 18 plans exist with detached garages.
Does Mediterranean style house usually come with a garage?
The Mediterranean style home typically has a built-in, also called an attached, garage. Of the nearly 1,800 plans for this style home, 1,622 of them have an attached garage. These come in varying sizes. You can find plans to accommodate one to more than five vehicles. The most typical designs of this type house two to three vehicles. Most of the garages feature a door on the front of the home, but those that house more than three vehicles typically locate the door on the side or back of the home.
Is Mediterranean style considered a grand or lux style of home? Is the style used for mansions or normally regular-sized homes?
The Mediterranean style provides a grand look that can scale well. You can find floor plans for 700 square feet to more than 14,000 square feet.
Is Mediterranean style ever built as a “small” home? Can it be built economically?
You can find a handful of tiny houses and small house plans in this style. Two plans of less than 1,000 square feet exist on ArchitecturalDesigns.com. You can build a home of less than 1, 999 square feet in this style, and enjoy 183 plan choices.
Can Mediterranean style floor plans be open concept?
Many Mediterranean style floor plans use an open design on the lower floor of the home for the den/office/library/study space. Many of the homes less than 2,000 square feet utilize an open floor plan in the kitchen/dining/living room area.
What are popular Mediterranean style colors?
Homes of this design typically use exterior colors that evoke nature. These include sand, peach, taupe, cinnamon, rust, cream, pearl, and alabaster.
Can you build a Mediterranean style house on a narrow lot?
Although not a typical construction, 271 plans exist for building this style of home on a narrow lot. These designs typically move much of the living space to the upper floor and devote a large portion of the first floor as a garage. You can find designs with garages to accommodate up to three cars and with more than five bedrooms and bathrooms.
Can this style be built on a wide lot?
Most Mediterranean homes get built on a wide lot or standard lot. You will have more than 1,600 plan choices for building on a standard or wide lot.
Can Mediterranean style homes be built on a sloping lot?
While not a common build for a Mediterranean home, you can construct this type of home on a sloping lot. More than 50 options exist for this type of lot, most of which fall between the 1,500 to 3,000 square feet range.
How many floors/stories does Mediterranean style usually have?
This versatile design can consist of one to three floors. The most common construction uses a two-story design with a one-level design ranking as the second most common.
Do Mediterranean style houses have a basement?
Not all homes of this style have a basement, but you can obtain plans for those that do. Some designs of less than 2,000 square feet include an underground floor that can be finished to include one or more bedrooms. Other designs include a wine cellar. Styles of greater than 2,000 square feet tend to designate the basement space as an entertainment area with a billiards room and a movie theater. Nearly 300 designs include a basement option.
Does this style of house ever come with a bonus room?
Many versions of this style home come with a bonus room also called a multi-use or rumpus room. These bonus rooms generally come wired for Internet drops and home theater hook-ups. Most designs locate the room upstairs for easy use as a home office or playroom for the kids.
Do Mediterranean style floor plans come with energy-efficient options?
You can build a Mediterranean home in a net-zero ready style so you will save 50 percent on your utility costs each month. These typically have multiple bedrooms on the first floor, some of which double in use as a den. The Mediterranean homes usually feature a coffered or stepped ceiling in the public living areas.
Is a porch a common design feature with Mediterranean style houses?
Mediterranean homes typically feature a lanai rather than a patio or porch on the back of the home. It is usually covered.
What types of roof does Mediterranean style house typically have?
While the design of the roof varies, the Mediterranean home features a clay tile roof most often. The most common colors for these tiles are black or burnt sienna. Some designs use a steeply pitched truss roof of 7:12.
Does Mediterranean style work well with a rustic interior decor? Or is it more suited to a contemporary interior?
Choose a contemporary or modern decorating style for the interior of this home. Its luxurious, opulent styling lends itself to an airy décor in nautical colors or desert tones.
How popular are Mediterranean style houses?
This style of house falls in the middle of the pack among the many different architectural styles. Of the 27 styles we analyzed, Mediterranean style houses made up 2.82% of the floor plans.
How big is this style of house?
Generally, Mediterranean style houses are fairly large. The design is grandiose and if taken to the extreme, can be gaudy. Houses with 4,000 to 10,000 sq. ft. are no uncommon with this design style. In fact, most floor plans in this style have 4 bedrooms.
Is the Mediterranean style built in the USA?
Don’t let the name fool you. Many homeowners in the US have a Mediterranean style house. It’s reasonably popular due to its flashy design.
How many floors do Mediterranean style houses typically have?
Most have two floors, but many plans are a single level design. Out of 1,688 Mediterranean styles houses we analyzed, 781 (46%) had one floor, 904 (54%) had two floors and only 3 (<1%) had three floors.
What are related home styles?
Related styles include Italianate, Spanish and to a certain extent, Southwestern home styles. All three stem from warm climates which dictate a decent amount of the design elements.