With its standing seam metal roof & two-story window, this highlands vacation hideaway stands out. It has a rubble stone masonry work paired up with a gable and single-sloping roof. It is designed according to the terrain, giving maximum design versatility.
The entrance of the house is quite unusual because this floor plan focuses on providing amazing panoramic views. With a small covered patio for weather protection, the entrance takes place from the kitchen side.
Once you enter, your eyes would hardly register the kitchen on the right. It will directly land in the grand great room which is connected to the deck. The tall fireplace itself is eye-catching and also provides warmth during harsh weather. The covered deck can be converted into a recreational area. The large kitchen island overlooks the living room fireplace and the deck outside. The island helps in distinguishing the great room and the cooking area.
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Each bedroom is located on different ends of the house, giving everyone solitude. The master bedroom is luxurious with its own bathroom ensuite. It has closet space, a lavatory, a shower area, and dual sinks. Bing windows penetrate light inside the room. On the left side, the guest bedroom shares the common toilet and utility area.
A stairway leads up to the light and opens a second-story loft, which has a partial bath. The loft can be changed into a gaming area considering it’s a vacation house. It can also be home to a bedroom because of the partial bathroom.
Overall, the rustic aspect and spaciousness of this structure make it one of the best options for building a low-cost house in mountainous terrain. We believe this design meets your requirements.
Note: this home may be constructed using metal framing, however, you should always consult your local architect-engineer and receive professional evaluation if such an option is feasible for this plan and your local building codes.