Providing a welcoming break from the daily stresses of city life, this two-story vacation home offers a chance to relax and reconnect with nature. A sundeck surrounding a third of the house provides a perfect vantage point for overlooking nearby waterfronts or distant mountains. The interior of the house also allows for great views of the surrounding areas with large windows located throughout the house including a set of French doors in the great room and the master bedroom along with a window seat creating a perfect backdrop to enjoy your latest book. On the lower level a workshop offers space for those who enjoy working with their hands or a covered patio for the couple who enjoy a glass of wine while watching the rain fall in their own little slice of county.
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This versatile vacation home plan can satisfy the needs or a broad range of buyers. It features a narrow footprint while offering comfortable and relaxed living. Furthermore, it is built on a walkout basement foundation making it well-suited for sloping or mountainous lots or those overlooking lakes and other bodies of water. Careful planning and thoughtful design deliver a floor plan that takes advantage of panoramic scenery and stunning views by incorporating plenty of windows and a covered porch to take in the surrounding views. The main level offers an efficient kitchen anchored by a cooking island with extra seating for family and friends. It is adjacent to the combined dining and living areas which enjoy access to the covered porch/deck. Here you can enjoy the sights and sounds of nature without leaving the comfort of your home. A two-story ceiling combines with sparkling windows to create an open and spacious feel in the living areas. Your first floor master bedroom features a walk-in closet and semi-private bath access. Upstairs you’ll find a sitting area as well as a second bedroom and bath, just right for weekend guests. Enjoy a relaxing get-away with this two-story, vacation home!
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At some point in time, we all need to escape our busy lifestyles and demanding work schedules. For some, this means a getaway to the mountains or relaxing a favorite fishing lake. For others, it means soaking up the sun on the beach or eating dinner on the deck while listening to the ocean waves crash in the distance. Whether you prefer a warm vacation or mountain escape, we have the vacation house plan for you! So if you’re the type who wants to have your own vacation home in your favorite city or town or in your favorite secluded space, considering building one of our vacation homes.
Our vacation house plan collection features floor plans that offer 1500 square feet of finished living space or less. Though small and accommodating, these designs are used for recreational residences or secondary homes. They are perfect for long weekends with the kids, mini-vacations, and hunting/fishing retreats. Also, they can serve as a source of income to those who choose to rent them out to others looking for a break from our fast-paced world. Vacation floor plans generally include one or more bedrooms and baths and modest features. The living areas are often open to one another creating as spacious feel for an otherwise small space. Also, this allows for flexibility and maximum use of the space. Though special amenities may be lacking, the basics such as a compact kitchen and a stackable washer/dryer unit deliver cozy yet comfortable space.
Our vacation home plan collection includes:
Cottage home designs
Beach house plans
Waterfront house plans
A-Frame house plans
Mountain house plans
Typically, vacation house plans blend well with their surroundings and are designed to make the most of panoramic views, natural features and location. They commonly encourage the enjoyment of nature by incorporating walls of windows, sweeping porches and large decks strategically positioned to take advantage of the surrounding landscape and stunning scenery.
Low maintenance is “key” when it comes to vacation homes. The exterior requires little upkeep and the interior provides simple accommodations. Fashioned with efficient living spaces, vacation homes are designed to promote relaxation and comfort giving you a place where you can get away from it all!