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Jake you need to post the Tri-Level plans
I had a good day today.  I sold a Tri-Level spec home and closed on another.  The Tri-Level plan has been a good seller for my construction company www.jthomes.com  I like it because it is a good home plan for areas in high-water tables.  It is also a cost effective home.  I also like that there are just two or three stairs to enter the home.  With the living room, kitchen and dining on the main floor, your guests won't need to climb the stairs.  I also like that it gives the bedrooms a lot of privacy.  Jake designed several 5-bedroom versions of the tri-level.  I have built about twenty five of them as spec homes.  I have always done very well with them.  Maybe they are a Uta Read more
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Published On : 06-29-2004
Author : Steve Donegan
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Split or multi-level houseplans
Split Level house plans Click on the Image to view this floor plan. The split-level style home plan began as a variation of a ranch style home (sometimes known as a multi-level). They often maintained the shallow pitched roof and architectural styling however rather than one level floor plan split-levels have various levels at varying heights. Generally split-levels are a one level portion attached to a two-story section. Garages on split-level homes are often tucked beneath living space. Basements in split-level floor plans are generally very shallow thus the windows are just above the ground level providing a lot of sunlight through the windows into the lower level. These types of house plans are often described as having "daylight b Read more
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Published On : 12-02-2004
Author : Steve Donegan
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