This mountain home plan features a loaded upper level with laundry, bedrooms and a playroom as well. It is available in many versions.
Approaching the front porch entry, you are drawn into rustic elegance beneath soaring timber trusses framing 8'-high glass doors. A true mountain craftsman facade, this home plan features ornate gabled peaks, various roof pitches and a decorative single dormer.
Upon entry into the home, a 16' foyer and adjacent dining room greet guests. With a built-in fireplace and a vaulted ceiling, the lodge room features a wall of windows and boasts grandeur all around.
The breakfast room, kitchen and keeping room are centrally-located and adjacent to several larger rooms promoting easy flow throughout the home.
If you need a home office, convert Bedroom 2 to that use.
Related Plans: Get a smaller second level with house plan 15617GE (hip roof, 2,611 sq. ft.) and 15651GE (gable roof, 2,611 sq. ft.), 15623GE (3,126 sq. ft.) and 15662GE (3,202 sq. ft.). Get a finished lower level with house plan 15622GE and 15697GE.
Plan Series Summary: With some many versions of this plan, be sure to see the series summary at the end of our image gallery.
Included are front, rear, left and right side views of the exterior of the
house. Exterior materials, construction details and measurements are also
Includes layout of foundation support walls, plus excavated and unexcavated
areas, if applicable.
Detailed Floor Plans:
These plans show the layout of each floor of the house, including room
dimensions, window and doors sizes and keys for cross section details provided
later in the plans. Engineered floor joist, ceiling joist and roof plans are
not included in some plans. Local engineers or manufacturing engineers are
widely available to supply the services that apply to local geographic
These drawings show the specific details and design of special interior
Includes the overall layout for roof construction. If trusses are used, we
recommend using a local truss manufacturer to ensure compliance with local
codes and regulations.
Cross Section Detail:
Important changes in floor, ceiling and roof heights or the relationship of one
level to another are called out. Exterior details such as railing and banding
may also be shown.
Electrical floor plan schematics for 1st and 2nd floors.
The plans are designed to meet the International Residential Code but are not designed for a specific area. These plans do not come engineered or with structural drawings. They do not include framing plans.
Plans do include wall and cornice sections, general foundation sections and details.