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The split level (sometimes called a multi-level) style home plan began as a variation of a ranch style house plan. The split-level house plan often maintained the shallow pitched roof and architectural styling of the ranch. However, rather than a one level floor plan, split-levels have various levels at varying heights. Generally, split-level home plans have a one-level portion attached to a two-story section. Garages on split-level home plans 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 basements." There are several advantages to building a split- or multi-level home plan. The footprint of the home is small, inasmuch as the various levels are stacked. As a result, some of the more-expensive parts of a home (the foundation and the roof) are smaller than they would be on a ranch style home plan. There are many areas where, due to higher water tables, full-depth basements are likely to have flooding problems. Multi-level floor plans are excellent for this type of area since they are not built deep into the ground as is a full basement. Due to the smaller footprint and the ability to build split level house plans in higher water table areas, these types of floor plans were very popular for quite some time in the 80s and 90s as high-density developments required flexible floor plans. Multi-level house plans provided adequate size while taking up less ground area. Throughout the years, split-level home plans have evolved significantly. You can now find split-level floor plans of all types of architectural styles including Country and Victorian.

Split Level House Plans

The split level (sometimes called a multi-level) style home plan began as a variation of a ranch style house plan. The split-level house plan often maintained the shallow pitched roof and architectural styling of the ranch. However, rather than a one level floor plan, split-levels have various levels at varying heights. Generally, split-level home plans have a one-level portion attached to a two-story section. Garages on split-level home plans 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 basements." There are several advantages to building a split- or multi-level home plan. The footprint of the home is small, inasmuch as the various levels are stacked. As a result, some of the more-expensive parts of a home (the foundation and the roof) are smaller than they would be on a ranch style home plan. There are many areas where, due to higher water tables, full-depth basements are likely to have flooding problems. Multi-level floor plans are excellent for this type of area since they are not built deep into the ground as is a full basement. Due to the smaller footprint and the ability to build split level house plans in higher water table areas, these types of floor plans were very popular for quite some time in the 80s and 90s as high-density developments required flexible floor plans. Multi-level house plans provided adequate size while taking up less ground area. Throughout the years, split-level home plans have evolved significantly. You can now find split-level floor plans of all types of architectural styles including Country and Victorian.

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Split Level House Plans: The Revival of a Mid-20th Century Classic


TPC author Rexy Legaspi
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Split Level Style House Plans: The Revival of a Mid-20th Century Classic   Nothing is as ‘60s and ‘70s as the split-level home style which became a classic in that era – along with The Brady Bunch – and perhaps, the most famous house plan on television. If you grew up during that time, chances are that your neighborhood was lined with a few split-level homes.   The front view of the house used as the Brady Bunch home on the television show as it looks today. The fence was a


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