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Mountain House Plan 039-00448

Sq Ft2,281
Beds3
Baths2
1/2 Baths1
Stories2
Cars0
Width53' 0"
Depth47' 7"
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First Floor for House Plan #039-00448
Second Floor
Second Floor for House Plan #039-00448
Basement Floor Plan
Basement Floor Plan for House Plan #039-00448


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  • Exterior elevations: show the front, rear, and sides of the house to scale from a straight on perspective.
  • Detailed floor plans: show the placement and sizes of interior walls, rooms, doors, windows, and similar elements for each level of the house.
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About This Plan

This Mountain house design features an attractive front exterior featuring stacked stone and beam supports with an expansive front covered porch, a decorative A-frame entryway and a gorgeous sun drenched window gable. The rear exterior features balanced window dormers, an extensive deck for entertaining and a plethora of window inserts that provide panoramic vista views perfect for mountain or lakeside living. An interior consisting of approximately 2,281 square feet of living space incorporates three bedrooms, two plus baths and an unfinished basement with 1,436 additional square feet. Triple access points, two of which are French doors lead into the terrace level; this space is perfect for expansion purposes. The spacious main level foyer subsequently leads to the massive great room that is highlighted with floor to ceiling window views, a warming fireplace and rear deck access. A spacious dining room features French door access onto the deck and is open to the family friendly kitchen with a peninsula bar for casual dining and a separate corner pantry. There is a large utility room as well as a powder room for guests. The opposite side of home features the master suite where a large bedroom with private deck access is located and there is an enormous walk-in closet and en suite bath with separate shower and a large soaking tub.
Overlooks onto the great room are viewed from the second story and there is an open loft space measuring in excess of 20’x17 that is perfect for a playroom for younger children or a teen-age lounge for older children. The two family style bedrooms are situated on either side of the loft; they are of equivalent size with ample closet space and contain double storage rooms at each end of the bedroom. A shared hall bath with large vanity, a toilet area and a tub/shower combination completes the level. This attractive Mountain home features a copious amount of outdoor space and an efficient and functional interior layout with a large amount of expansion space.