Main Floor:1,209 sq. ft
Lower Floor:1,238 sq. ft
Additional Rooms:pool room, dressing room
Outdoor Spaces:front porch, vaulted covered gazebo, porch combined 644 sq. ft
Other:outdoor shower, open to below, open living, outdoor stone fireplace
Exterior Framing:2x4 or 2x6
Ceiling Height:9', vaulted master bedroom
Home Style:Craftsman, Rustic, Mountain
Lot Style:sloping lot
Wolf Creek is a 2 story rustic lake house plan. You enter the foyer to views of the family room below. There are two bedrooms to the right that share a bath and also have views below from the hallway. The master suite in the back has a rear wall of windows so you can enjoy the views of the lake or your lot. A vaulted covered porch with a fireplace has access from the master suite and another bedroom. The terrace level is where all the excitement is with a kitchen, dining, family and recreation room for relaxing and hanging out with family and friends. A see through fireplace connecting the recreation and family room add to this extraordinary living area.
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