Real Homes for Real Life.
At Homestead House Plans, we are dedicated to helping families break out of their cookie cutter home. Why? Because it’s tough to fit a homestead life into a subdivision house.
- Space for large, 6-burner stoves
- High clearance for pressure canners & jar removal.
- Large islands for food prep.
- Perfect for long-term food storage
- Floor to ceiling canning shelves
- Counter space for dehydrator or freeze dryer storage.
Optional Storage Attic
- Usable Conditioned Space
- Permanent Stair Access Included
- Generous Mechanical Access
Hi there, I’m Lee Moore (the design engineer behind HomesteadHousePlans.com) and this is my family – minus a few new grandchildren!
Our family has lived in eighteen houses over the past forty years, and not a single one of them ever really fit our needs.
For example, we had plenty of bedrooms and bathrooms but no place to store our home canned goods. Instead, we had canned goods on shelves in the dining room, over the washer and dryer and in our closets! True story.
Our fourteen-top dining table barely fit into a room built for a six-top. We had no counter space in the kitchen and my ninety year-old father-in-law couldn’t climb the stairs to his bedroom any more. We even remodeled, but it still wasn’t enough.
We knew there had to be a better way.
After speaking with other homesteaders, we knew we weren’t the only ones facing these problems. So, I decided to use my 40 years of experience as a design engineer, who has built multiple homes from the ground up, and do something about it.
That’s when HomesteadHousePlans.com was born.
Since then, we have been dedicated to helping people just like you find homes that are actually built for them.
Are you ready to get started?