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4-Bedroom 1-Story Mid-Century Mountain House With Open Walkway Between Master Bed and Outdoor Living (Floor Plan)


  • 2,658 Sq Ft
  • 2-4 Beds
  • 2.5 – 4.5 Baths
  • 1 Stories
  • 3 Cars

Look, I’ve seen a ton of house plans in my day – some good, some bad, and some I wouldn’t wish upon my worst enemy.

But every once in a while, a plan comes along that just makes me want to sell my home and move in. Enter the Mid-Century Mountain House.

Now, I’m not usually one to swoon over square footage, but 2,658 Sq Ft? That’s enough to do the cha-cha, the waltz, and maybe a little salsa without ever bumping into a coffee table. You might be thinking, “But is it spacious, or just… big?” Oh, trust me, it’s both.

Let’s break it down:

With modern elements gracing its exterior, this mountain house doesn’t just sit on the landscape – it elevates it. The clerestory windows? Oh, they’re not there just for fun. They light up the great room like it’s Christmas every day (minus the awkward family gatherings).

If you ever thought, “I’d love a tan but without the UV damage,” this might be your spot. Your house plants will be throwing a party every day with the amount of natural light flowing in.

You ever danced in your living room, kitchen, and patio all at the same time? Well, now you can. The open floor plan seamlessly bridges these spaces, making entertaining a breeze.

Two sets of French doors usher you onto a covered patio that’s perfect for those Sunday brunches or midnight stargazing sessions. And that cooktop island? It’s not just a place to chop veggies; it’s your new stage. Go on, tap dance while you sauté – I won’t judge.

Here’s the kicker, and trust me, it’s a good one. An open walkway connects the master bedroom to the outdoor living area. So, if you ever wake up in the middle of the night craving a snack, you can waltz over to your outdoor kitchen without disturbing your sleeping partner.

Also, there’s a sitting nook! I can already see myself there with a book and a cup of tea. And with a 5-fixture bath and walk-in closet, even your clothes and toiletries will feel like they’re living in luxury.

Oh, and did I mention it shares its side with a quiet study? Perfect for those work-from-home days or plotting world domination, whichever you prefer.

Hosting overnight guests? A second bedroom on the main floor ensures they don’t have to go on an expedition just to find their bed.

Conveniently located next to an angled 3-car garage, you’ll have ample space for your rides – or, you know, a place to store your collection of weird and wonderful hats. No judgment here!

Fancy an upgrade? Boost your bedroom count from 2 to 4 by finishing the lower level. This isn’t just an average basement situation. You also get a generous family room and an exercise room – because let’s be real, after all those midnight snacks, a little treadmill action might not be the worst idea.

In conclusion, if you’re in the market for a home that’s the epitome of style, space, and a sprinkle of humor, the Mid-Century Mountain House Plan has got you covered.

It’s not just a house; it’s a lifestyle, a mood, a whole vibe. So, grab your dancing shoes and your favorite book – your mountain dream awaits!

Plan 95087RW