Greek Revival House Plans

Greek Revival architecture is known for its pediments and tall columns. This style was popularized from the 1820s-1850s when architects and archaeologists were inspired by Greek architecture as a symbol of nationalism. Today, there are variations depending on location, but the statement-making design of the home remains a key feature.

Plan Number 72009

127 Plans

2095 Heated SqFt
65' W x 63' D
Beds: 3 - Baths: 2
2786 Heated SqFt
54' W x 55'4 D
Beds: 3 - Baths: 3-1/2
2935 Heated SqFt
67' W x 54' D
Beds: 4 - Baths: 3-1/2
3054 Heated SqFt
61' W x 48' D
Beds: 4 - Baths: 3-1/2
3065 Heated SqFt
56' W x 62'6 D
Beds: 4 - Baths: 3-1/2
3073 Heated SqFt
51' W x 46'6 D
Beds: 4 - Baths: 4
3073 Heated SqFt
51' W x 49' D
Beds: 4 - Baths: 4
3093 Heated SqFt
61'6 W x 48'6 D
Beds: 4 - Baths: 3-1/2
3128 Heated SqFt
56' W x 62' D
Beds: 4 - Baths: 3-1/2
3143 Heated SqFt
61'6 W x 64' D
Beds: 4 - Baths: 3-1/2
3143 Heated SqFt
64'0 W x 64'0 D
Beds: 4 - Baths: 3
3152 Heated SqFt
68' W x 54' D
Beds: 4 - Baths: 5-1/2
3159 Heated SqFt
60' W x 54' D
Beds: 4 - Baths: 3-1/2
3159 Heated SqFt
63' W x 58' D
Beds: 4 - Baths: 3-1/2
3169 Heated SqFt
62' W x 48' D
Beds: 4 - Baths: 3
3228 Heated SqFt
58'4 W x 57'6 D
Beds: 5 - Baths: 3-1/2