Main Floor:1,760 sq. ft
Upper Floor:858 sq. ft
Lower Floor:1,740 sq. ft
Additional Rooms:loft open to below, recreation room, bunk room
Outdoor Spaces:front porch, upper porch, lower porch
Other:stone fireplace, outdoor fireplace on porch, open living
Exterior Framing:2x4 or 2x6
Ceiling Height:9', vaulted family room,
Home Style:Mountain, Rustic, Lake
Lot Style:sloping lot
The River’s Reach is a rustic mountain house floor plan with a walkout basement and open living floor plan. This home is similar to our best selling Asheville Mountain House but the River’s Reach includes a 2 car garage. As you walk in the front door of the River’s Reach, you see a wall of glass at the back of the vaulted family room. Beautiful timber trusses overhead and a stone fireplace give the family room a great look. The kitchen and dining areas are open to the family room and enjoy great views out the back of the house. The master suite is also located on the main level and features a luxury bath and walk in closet. A pantry and laundry room off the garage completes the main level. The upper level features a loft overlooking the family room. The loft is a great place to watch a movie or play a game. There are two bedroom suites on the upper level. Each bedroom has a private bath, a walk in closet, and a window seat overlooking the views at the rear of the house. The window seat is big enough to accept a full size mattress. This provides extra sleeping space or a great place to read a book or take a nap.The lower level/basement plan includes a recreation room, a bath, a bunk room, and a workshop. The rear of the River’s Reach includes ample covered porches and an outdoor fireplace.
Each set of plans includes:
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