American Ranch

The home is a domestic architectural style originating in the western United States, noted for its long, close-to-the-ground profile and wide open layout.

With roots in Spanish colonial architecture, the American Ranch style developed throughout the 1940s and remained popular up until the 1970s as a result of massive demand for housing. Fusing the ideas of modernism with western architecture, the ranch emphasized wide-open living spaces to create an informal and casual style of living.


Single Story

Simple, Open Floor Plans

Mixed Material Exteriors of stucco and stone, Brick or Wood

Long, Low Pitched Roofs