That is not correct.
There are 4 main kinds of conditional statements. You can look at them here and click on each one for a better explanation of each:
The Zero Conditional is for things that are always so
(if + present simple, ... present simple)
The First Conditional is for things in the future that you are not sure whether they will happen
(if + present simple, ... will + infinitive)
The Second Conditional is for things in the present or future that are theoretical only or very unlikely - unrealistic present or future
(if + past simple, ... would + infinitive)
The Third Conditional is for the past, for things that happened differently and you are supposing how they could have been instead. It is for things that are impossible to change. It is purely theoretical.
(if + past perfect, ... would + have + past participle)
See some examples on the website
There are also mixed forms, which you should not worry about until you are very comfortable with the basic forms, but here is a good link for them too:
Most likely you meant:
If I had a car I would take you to your house (unrealistic present or future - Second Conditinal)
If I had more money I would buy a bigger house (unrealistic present or future - Second Conditional)
Note that the first part is in the past (had) even though it is talking about the present or future.
It is important to learn the conditional statements well, because it is really hard to understand what a person means if you either misunderstand them when you hear them, or say them wrong. They can really give the wrong impression if misunderstood.