The Appalachia Mountain is a classic A-frame mountain house plan design with an open living area and lots of glass on the front and back. The master suite is separated from two additional bedrooms on the main level. The Appalachia includes a basement level that can be finished to include bunkrooms, a recreation room, a wet bar and storage. Ample porches and an outdoor fireplace complete this plan. The Appalachia works great as a lake or mountain home because it takes great advantage of the views on the rear of the home.
- Plan Name:Appalachia Mountain
- Total Living Area:1,989 Sq. Ft.
- Bedrooms: 3
- Bathrooms: 2 1/2
- Stories: 2
- Style: A-Frame, Rustic, Mountain
|Total living area: 1,989 sq. ft.
Main Floor: 1,989 sq. ft
Unfinished Basement: 1,989 sq. ft.
Bathrooms: 2 1/2
Width: 51′ Depth: 52’8″
Exterior Walls: 2×4 or 2×6
Ceiling Height: 9′
Other: Vaulted Kitchen, Dining, and Family Room. Vaulted Master Bedroom
Standard Foundations: Basement
Other Features: Potential Bunk Rooms, Recreation Room, Sloping Lot, Photos, Porches and Wet Bar on Lower/Basement Level
|Upon entering the Appalachia, you have a view straight through to the large windows on the back of the family room. The kitchen, dining area, and family room are all open to each other and vaulted drawing you toward the views on the back of the home. The vaulted Master Suite is located on the main level and features a separate tub and shower as well as a walk in closet. A covered or screened porch with an outdoor fireplace sits on the rear of the house directly off the master suite. On the opposite side of the main level is a laundry room, a 1/2 bath, and two bedrooms that share a bath. One of the bedrooms has access to another covered porch off the back. The rear porches are connected by an open deck to take advantage of the views on the rear of the home. The lower level or basement can be finished to include boys and girls separate bunk rooms, a recreation room, and a wet bar. Part of the space on the lower level could also be used as a shop or storage. The exterior of the home features a combination of stone, board and batten, and shake along with timber columns and craftsman details.|