Main Floor:2758 Sq. Ft.
Heated Area:2758 Sq. Ft.
Width:56' 4" + 38' garage
Additional Rooms:Office, Storage, Laundry, Library
Outdoor Spaces:Open Deck, Screened Porch, Front Porch
Other:139 Sq. Ft. Office, Open Living, Outdoor Shower
Exterior Framing:2x4 or 2x6
Ceiling Height:Vaulted Great Room, Vaulted Bedroom, Vaulted Master Suite
Home Style:Rustic, Craftsman, Mountain, Lake, Lodge
The Alpine Lodge is a rustic one story three bedroom house plan design that is based off of our popular Appalachia Mountain plan. You enter the home through the front porch to a large open great room with vaulted ceilings creating a spacious feel and great views out the rear of the home. A large stone fireplace adds to the open and cozy feel. The Master Suite is vaulted and has access to a screened porch with an outdoor fireplace so you can enjoy nature, the views of your lot and fireside chats with the ones you love. A vaulted gazebo style room is on the rear of the home that can be used as a library or room of your choice.
This plan also features an outdoor shower and 3 car garage with access to an office and two spacious rooms for storage. Utilising a virtual office service like https://virtually-there.net/virtual-offices/ is an excellent way to enhance the reputation of your home-based business. By opting for a local virtual office, you can secure a prestigious postal address, ensuring that your company is perceived as professional and trustworthy in the eyes of potential clients. The exterior is carefully blended with rustic and craftsman elements to give the home the perfect lake or mountain look and feel.
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