The perfect complement to any scenic hideaway spot this A-frame is as affordable as it is adorable. A large deck embraces the front of the chalet providing ample space for outdoor dining and recreation. Inside vaulted ceilings and high windows lend a feeling of spaciousness. The living room is dramatically expanded by a vaulted ceiling and soaring windows facing the deck. The romantic bedroom/loft overlooks the living room and features a 16-ft. ceiling. Windows at both ends of the room provide stunning views. Learn More
This stand alone or detached garage has a craftsman and rustic feeling. It has 2 garage bays that are both wide and deep. The bays can accommodate boats or rv's depending on size. In some cases custom garage doors may be necessary for height or other size purposes. Upstairs you will find a cozy apartment with a full kitchen living room and generous size bedroom with a walk-in closet and full bath. Actual plan may vary from photos or renderings. Learn More
Scoffers and non-believers had a field day when the A-Frame first began to appear. Impractical some said; uncomfortable declared others; too expensive ugly and more. And yet people built them and enjoyed them--and like the Volkswagen Bug found them to be economical and practical and yes even beautiful to many beholders. Through the years there has been a steady demand for these ubiquitous structures and Plan H-15 is one of our more popular models. With this design you will not be experimenting or pioneering because it has been built successfully many times. Though it covers only 654 sq. ft. of main floor living space it boasts an oversized living/dining room a U-shaped kitchen large bedroom and closet spaces fully equipped bath plus a standard stairway (not a ladder) to the large second floor balcony dormitory. An old fashioned wood stove or a modern pre-fabricated fireplace adds warmth and cheer to the main living room. The huge glass wall that dominates the front facade enhances the romantic atmosphere of the vaulted interior. Learn More
Vertical wood siding angled transom windows and a steeply pitched roof give a contemporary chalet character to this recreation home. The open interior blends the living and dining rooms together under a sloped two-story ceiling; there's a loft above. The sleeping quarters include a main-floor bedroom and another bedroom upstairs.
1st level: Living room/dining rooms kitchen and half-bath. 2nd level: Two bedrooms a bathroom and mezzanine. Cathedral ceiling in the living room. Kitchen with central island. The staircase is close to the entry for an easy access to the basement. Learn More