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Rambler-style home plans (also known as ranch-style homes), are ideal for those who cannot or simply don’t want to use stairs as they are commonly single-story houses. Generally, a rambler-style house is the most popular choice for building sites where the house’s footprint is not an issue. Most of our rambler homes can easily be customized to have rooms added, altered, or removed at your request.
A rambler-style home can fit the needs of people on the go or those with a more casual living style. Our homes can incorporate sliding glass doors, vaulted ceilings, and large windows to allow natural light inside of your space.
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What is the difference between a rambler and a ranch house?
Rambler homes have the same architectural style as ranch houses; they just happen to be called different things depending on the location that you are in. Both are single-story homes
Why are houses called Ramblers?
Rambler houses got their name as they incorporated an attached garage to accommodate the modern life in the U.S. The word “rambler” came from the house’s architectural style and close to the ground profile.
What’s the difference between a rambler and a bungalow?
The difference between a rambler-style home and a bungalow is how the interior spaces like the dining room and living room are divided. Both tend to incorporate large windows to make up for the lack of natural light from the absence of a second story. Bungalow homes are typically smaller in terms of size and square footage and often have dormer windows and verandas.
Do Ramblers have basements?
Most rambler homes are built on a concrete slab, they typically do not have basements, but some do. Many of our home plans can be customized to include a daylight basement.