Style: Rustic Contemporary
This passive-solar home was designed for a West view of the mountains. The garage was elevated five steps to reduce the amount of steps to the upper floor living area. The lower level was designed for a home office or future parent’s apartment. The solarium spans both upper and lower levels and incorporates an impressive entry. The upper level is a very open plan including a media room loft. A sleeping loft is also located in this plan.
The shop is 31’ deep with 11’ ceilings to accept that motor home or boat. The barrel vault ceiling radius walls and open floor plan with different levels gives this home a very comfortable environment.
The plan includes a radiant floor heating tube layout on all floor levels. Sunterra’s 102-page Conservation Guide is also included with your plans to help you make educated decisions in building science and energy-saving features to apply to your home.
Our homeowner for this plan a vivacious single lady who moved from Florida with a plan she liked asked us to adapt it to our cold climate and make it an energy-efficient Sunterra home.
As you enter from the covered porch you see an arched ceiling termination to indirect lighting past the living area. This home has 10’ ceilings above the living and kitchen area coffered ceiling over the dining room area and 9’ ceilings for the other rooms. Notice the open floor design with radius wall giving a very large feel to this home.
The large master bath has a soaking tub and glass-block walk-in shower.
The lower level has lots of room for family and guests with its recreation room two guest bedrooms two bath rooms wet bar and patio area.