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plan style Mountain/Hillside
Mountain house plans are typically designed with a long and shallow footprint to take advantage of a hillside condition. Many of our Mountain house plans have what we refer to as an inverted floor plan where the secondary bedrooms are located in the daylight basement in order to take advantage of a lot that slopes off to the rear rather than designing a plan with bedrooms on a second floor. Mountain house plans often incorporate the use of heavy timbers and stone elements that are indigenous to the area in which they are built.

Featured Mountain/Hillside House Plans

Plan D-3045 - Westhampton
Plan F-4264 - Lucerne
Plan C-2545 - Cabernet
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Wilshire #(D-3011)
Inside this craftsman style home, the homeowner will find a large open floor plan with many conveniences. On the main level, the right wing of this home is reserved for the master suite, equipped with two walk-in closets, and a large master bath.
Total Heated Sq. Ftg.  3,011
Bedrooms:  3
Full Baths:  3
Half Baths:  1
# of Stories:  2
House Width:  75'-3
House Depth:  46'-10
Plan Style:  Craftsman Cottage Mountain/Hillside Lake Front Golf Course Country Bonus Room Open Floor Multi level
Pictures:  3
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Architectural Styles

Architectural Styles are determined by the exterior characteristics which are often influenced by the area of the world in which they originated. Architectural styles are influenced greatly by the materials indigenous to the region as well as the climate where they were created.



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