Hillside House Plan

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Hillside house plan cheap to build

Hillside house plan slightly berms into the grade. Angled walls set the precedence for a modern design for country living. From the front, this home looks huge. The way the angles cut in, the larger portion of the home shows to the front. The highest point of the roof is at the atrium, which makes gives the illusion of a home much bigger than 1500 square foot. Come on in. This home is casual for comfortable family living. The atrium is created by pulling the stairs away from the wall, and letting the southern exposure do its thing

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Huge screened porch off the great room shares the fireplace making for a great spot to grill. Spot for wood stove off the entry as main heating source; a real country home, however, feel free to add a furnace. A real mud room comes in handy, as do the row of lockers in the laundry room

Upstairs a large loft separates the master suite from the second and third bedroom. This level enjoys a covered deck that sits over the screened porch below, but wraps the corner, acting as a cover for the front entry

Country house plans

On a budget? Eliminate a porch or two

Hillside house plan

Bedroom two and three share a bathroom, however, each has a private walk in closet. The master bedroom is a large for the size of the home, with an even larger bathroom

Fireplace on second level deck just because we can. Wood burning fireplaces have massive foundations, and if the home you’re building has one on the first floor, take advantage of it by adding another on the lower or 2nd floor

1500 SF

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Author: Brenda Rand