Mountain house plans come in all shapes, sizes, and style. Whether you’re looking for a cozy cabin or a rustic mountain estate, you’ve come to the right place. Mountain house plans can be rustic or contemporary or a combination of styles. Stonework, board and batten, and shake are all common materials used in designing mountain homes. Mountain homes are often log homes or timber frame homes but they can also be built with traditional framing and have log and timber beams and details added. All well designed mountain house plans have one thing in common. They are all designed to take advantage of beautiful mountain views. Many of our mountain house plans offer views from all of the primary living areas in the house. The master suite, the family room, the dining and kitchen areas and even the secondary bedrooms can all enjoy great mountain views in a well designed mountain house.
Another common element in a mountain house plan is the use of generous porches. Open decks, covered porches, and screened porches draw us into the outdoors. A well placed outdoor fireplace can make a mountain house complete. A swinging bed or a sleeping porch are also great additions to make your mountain house unique and complete.
Most of our mountain home plans include basement or terrace levels. The terrace level on a mountain home is a great place for secondary bedrooms, recreation rooms, a theater room, a kitchenette, or a wet bar. Lower level porches often open off the terrace levels and provide additional living areas as you connect with nature.
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