A Frame House Plan with Window Wall (Plan 90603)

A Frame House Plan

A Frame House Plan with Window Wall (Plan 90603)

A Frame House Plan 90603 has 1,416 square feet of living space, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and an opportunity for spectacular views. The glass window wall lets the sun shine in and provides an excellent view from the living room and dining area and from the balcony outside of bedroom 3 on the second floor. The design is suitable for heavy snow zones due to its steep roof, and it’s also easy to maintain. This “A” shaped house makes a great getaway home.

A Frame House Plan With Wraparound Deck

Buyers will marvel at the vintage aesthetic of A Frame House Plan 90603. Firstly, notice the asymmetrical design of the exterior. For example, one side of the roof reaches low toward the ground, and the stone chimney gives the home a rustic, lodge style appearance. Exterior dimensions are 24 feet wide by 45 feet deep, so this home will fit well in a narrow lot. Build on a slab or crawlspace foundation, but note that there is also a basement option which has the potential to increase your living space.

Secondly, if you build by water, you need to be able to see it. To accomplish that, orient the window wall toward your breathtaking view. Every day will be spectacular whether you have a sunrise or a sunset view. Enjoy the serenity of the scenery from behind the window wall from your buttery-soft leather chair. Or, if the weather is nice, enjoy your coffee outside on the expansive deck. The deck wraps around the house on two sides. Buy the biggest grill you can find and spend more time outdoors with your family when the weather is nice.

Living Space With Upper Level Balcony

Proceed left from the central foyer, and it opens to a spacious living room and dining room combination with a soaring cathedral ceiling and a massive stone fireplace. There is a full bathroom beyond the kitchen, and it serves the two back bedrooms as well as guests. If you live here all year-round, these bedrooms will work for the kids or for guests. When used as a vacation home, add bunk beds to accommodate as much family as possible. There is also a large laundry room / mud room in the back, and it includes space for the water heater and furnace if that is your desired location for the mechanicals.

The upstairs bedroom has a little more privacy, so Mom and Dad will want to claim it. It has a balcony looking down into the living room, and from here you can see through the front window wall. Bedroom 3 has access to a full bathroom on this level. It could also be used as a den; it just depends on the needs of your family. In conclusion, A Frame House Plan 90603 will be a perfect home for your family vacation, but it also has everything you need to live here full-time. Click here to see the plan specifications and pricing at Family Home Plans. Save this plan by pinning the brochure below:

 

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