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Farm House

Did you know if you read the word “farmhouse” in a description of the historic house you want to buy, the term doesn’t necessarily apply to style? Farmhouse is a term used more often to describe function. Very simply put, homes built on agricultural lands were called farmhouses. They were built out of necessity — to house and protect the inhabitants who either owned or worked the farm.

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Key Elements

The American farmhouse style combines practical elements (simple floor plan, white walls) with rustic materials (wood floors, hand-hewn beams, and wrought-iron hardware). And you’ll see this style throughout the U.S.

Why is it called a farmhouse?

Farmhouse is a term used more often to describe function. Very simply put, homes built on agricultural lands were called farmhouses.

What makes a house a farmhouse?

A traditional Farmhouse is typically one-and-a-half to two stories and features asymmetrical massing with a gable at the front. These homes feature simple detailing, open floor plans with central chimneys, and often wraparound porches.

What does a farmhouse have?

A farmhouse-style house is a home that's usually built on a large piece of land characterized by large open living spaces, front porches, exposed wood, and an emphasis on functionality above everything else