Prairie Style House Plans
Prairie style house plans are defined by strong horizontal lines and early examples were developed by Frank Lloyd Wright and others to complement the flat prairie landscape. Prairie Style home plans appear to grow out of the ground, with a low pitched, overhanging hipped or gable roof, windows set in groups, and an entrance that is typically secluded. Prairie Style homes feature wide open floor plans.
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