Split level house plans

Split level house plans

Split level house plans are normally designed to work with a falling grade, taking advantage of the slope. Property that has varying elevations can be costly to build on. Foundation walls are often extreme. To compensate, we can drop the finish floor levels along with the slope

Drop in floor elevation could be as little as one or two steps, or a half flight. It’s common to see half flight, as this offers a more uniform design and takes advantage of the ceiling heights created

One half flight leads to one floor with another level being directly beneath, however, it takes two half flights to get to that level

Yes, it cost more to split a level, and this is why we don’t see it very often. Some like the look, and some people don’t like going up and down steps

The cost savings could be substantial if the building site is right

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