Main Floor:1,689 sq. ft
Lower Floor:1,689 sq. ft
Additional Rooms:Game Room, Bunk Rooms
Outdoor Spaces:Front Porch, Rear Screened Porch, Rear Open Deck, Rear Covered Porch
Other:Cathedral Ceiling in Family and Dining Room, 2 Master Rooms on main Level
Exterior Framing:2x4 or 2x6
Home Style:Craftsman, Rustic, Mountain
Lot Style:Sloping Lot,
Chimney Top is a two story 4 bedroom craftsman home design that will work great at the lake or in the mountains. You enter the floor plan to a vaulted kitchen/dining and great family room. It has two master suites on the main level with direct access to the covered porch for exceptional views. Windows on the rear wall of this home design provide great views to the rear deck. On the lower level floor plan there is a recreation room and bar area along with plenty of sleeping room for company. Rustic elements and craftsman details on the exterior of the home give it a true lake or mountain feel. Max designed this plan to be an open living floor plan allowing you to maximize your living areas while also cutting down on building costs.
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