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Plans and Costs

ICF House Plans and Costs

This collection represents the spirit of Country Living at its best. It contains 11 ICF house plans with costs to build on your lot. All can be built in a variety of styles, from Craftsman to the Mediterranean. Each home is a magical mix of traditional architecture and natural materials.  The unique styles in this collection all have a feeling of permanence and classic warmth.

For our “Country Living” ICF House Plan Collection, with the price to build on your lot, please click on links below!

ICF House Plans

The Granary-1300
The Laurels-1500
The Croft-1600
The Springwood-1600
The Woodside-1800
The Ravenswood-1850
The Woodlands-2000
The Hillcrest-2300
The Fairview-2500
The Highfield-3000
The Oaklands-3500


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13 Winning “Beaver Homes And Cottages” Designs With Virtual Tours for 2017

With help from folks at “Beaver Homes and Cottages,” we have created a unique collection of 13 distinct best-selling home plans for 2017. Use these ideas as a jumping-off point when you talk to one of our project facilitators. And if you see a plan you like, let us know. We’d be happy to price it or to customize it to suit your needs and your budget.

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Custom ICF home plans:
If you’ve got a unique idea in mind, our team can help make it a reality. We’ll design your new house from the ground up to create a plan that suits your lifestyle perfectly.

Downsizing without downgrading

Of all the homes built in the early 1990s, only about 3%–4% percent were for homes that had less than 1,500 square feet. At the same time, about 22% were homes between 1,500 and 2,000 square feet, and about 28% were homes ranging from 2,001 to 2,500 square feet.

A decade later, the sale homes of less than 1,500 square feet were up to 9.4%, while the sale of homes between 1,500 and 2,000 square feet dropped to 20.1%, and only 23% were homes ranging from 2,001 to 2,500 square feet.

In 2014, the sales of small houses were at nearly record highs. Homes that have less than 1,500 square feet made up about 21% of sales, and about 33% of sales involved homes between 1,500 and 2,000 square feet. The purchase of homes between 2,001 and 2,500 square feet dropped to 15%.

ICF House Plans

Baby boomers and empty nesters are buying their last house, and they are downsizing their homes.

But downsizing does not mean downgrading. Empty nesters are intent on making that nest as comfy as possible and are now a driving force in the upscale home market.

They may want less square footage, but they also want increased amenities in their remaining space. They wish to enjoy every foot of their cozy new home.

They are buying, designing and renovating homes to include features like vaulted ceilings, hardwood and natural stone tile flooring, large energy-efficient windows, stone fireplaces, and custom kitchens.

They are insisting on craftsmanship, quality, and attention to detail, and the use of high-end materials and fixtures. They want extras like built-in cabinetry, patterns on the slate floors and backsplashes, unique finishes and textures on the walls and ceilings.

Our ICF house plans design system allows you a great deal of flexibility and customization when you work with our architects and draftsman.