French House Plans
French house plans are often finished with brick, stone, stucco, or a combination of each. French home designs include hip roofs, flare eaves, dormers, and multi-pane windows. French Provincial architecture have tall second-story windows (often with arched tops) as the most identifying feature. The French Normandy style is mostly identified by a round stone tower topped by a cone-shaped roof. French Eclectic is recognized mostly by decorative half-timbering often seen in Tudor house plan designs as well.
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