Mountain Style Home Plan With 3 Car Side Load GarageFamily Home Plans
Beautifully styled Mountain Style Home Plan 80899 is perfect in a mountain setting or in the middle of a neighborhood at the edge of town. The theme here is outdoors. With a wrapped front porch and a large rear porch with windows open all around, the outdoors seeps in and fills the spaces with natural light. This home is equipped with 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths in an open floorplan. In total, 2,195 square feet of living space is arranged in a footprint measuring 75′ wide by 64′ deep.
Mountain Style Home Plan With Contemporary Floor Plan
Some would classify a Mountain Style Home Plan as a log cabin. However, this one is a modern version of the rustic aesthetic. Firstly, we find wonderful open living space. The vaulted great room has a cheerful gas log fireplace where your family will gather on chilly fall evenings. Display photos from your last vacation on the built-ins which surround the fireplace. Notice the wooden beam which separates the great room from the kitchen. The kitchen has a walk-in pantry with shelves and cabinets for maximum organization. Lastly in the kitchen, the kids will enjoy having breakfast at the eating bar on the island.
Secondly, a good covered porch is essential for a mountain style home plan. We are not disappointed because this home has a wraparound front porch. At 8′ deep, you have plenty of room for Adirondack chairs or even a nice porch swing. Then, head to the back where the rear covered porch measures 37′ wide by 10′ deep. Sit here in the mornings and watch the deer graze in the back property. Thirdly, storage space is abundant in this design. The three car, side load garage has room for your vehicles as well as a storage space for your tools. Plus, note the storage room off the back porch where you can keep more gardening supplies or yard games for the kids.
Home Office and Luxury Master Suite
Is Mountain Style Home Plan 80899 a luxury home design or rustic home design? Well, it’s both. The main bedroom has a vaulted ceiling and an ensuite bath with double vanities and separate tub and glass enclosed shower. Best of all, the master walk-in closet has pocket door access to a large laundry room. You might not think this feature is important at first. However, once you live in a house with master closet connected to the laundry room, you will change your mind. It’s a convenience that saves time every day. Simply step through the door to drop your used clothing directly into the washer if you would like.
The kids may not have it quite so easy, but they do have other conveniences in this home plan design. For example, each children’s bedroom has a walk-in closet, and they share a Jack and Jill bathroom. It’s great to have your own sink, and the bathroom has lots of storage. Plus, there is a great homework station right outside of the bedrooms. Click here to see the specifications and pricing at Family Home Plans. Save it by pinning the brochure below on your “Future Home” board on Pinterest.