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Luxury rustic home design in the Craftsman style with natural wood siding in rural mountain setting.

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These plans are designed with beautiful mountain scenery in mind. They pull inspiration from their surroundings using natural materials, colors, and angles within their design. These houses, whether they are nestled in a mountain lot or not, include features like large windows and decks to easily connect the outdoors to the indoors.

Our collection of mountain style house plans is popular among home buyers and builders in the Rocky Mountains region, including Colorado, Utah, Nevada, Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho. Beyond mountain range locations, these plans are favored by those who...
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These plans are designed with beautiful mountain scenery in mind. They pull inspiration from their surroundings using natural materials, colors, and angles within their design. These houses, whether they are nestled in a mountain lot or not, include features like large windows and decks to easily connect the outdoors to the indoors.

Our collection of mountain style house plans is popular among home buyers and builders in the Rocky Mountains region, including Colorado, Utah, Nevada, Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho. Beyond mountain range locations, these plans are favored by those who are looking to bring a rustic feel to the exterior of their home.

The architectural styles in this collection vary greatly; a few popular styles include chalet house plans, log cabins, lodges, cottages, ranches, and more. These homes often have a more rugged feel with a casual layout.

Common Features of Mountain Style Homes

Although mountain floor plans vary so much with regard to architecture, there are some common themes seen across these homes:

  • Exterior and interior features that often use natural materials such as wood, rock, or stone
  • Emphasis on outdoor living areas such as decks, patios, or porches to take in the beautiful view
  • Large windows throughout the home or on the side of the home with the best scenery
  • Open floor plans that create a more inclusive living space inasmuch as these are often used as vacation homes
  • Walkout basements that open up to the backyard space

Hillside house plans that can be built on a sloping lot are also common in this collection. For people looking to build in mountain areas, finding a plan that fits into a hillside becomes much more important.

Whether you’re in search of a simple cabin or a gorgeous, luxurious mountain home plan, we’ve got a wide selection of homes from which to choose. Browse through our plans, and reach out to our customer support with any questions!

 

 

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Mountain Home Plans

Luxury rustic home design in the Craftsman style with natural wood siding in rural mountain setting.

These plans are designed with beautiful mountain scenery in mind. They pull inspiration from their surroundings using natural materials, colors, and angles within their design. These houses, whether they are nestled in a mountain lot or not, include features like large windows and decks to easily connect the outdoors to the indoors.

Our collection of mountain style house plans is popular among home buyers and builders in the Rocky Mountains region, including Colorado, Utah, Nevada, Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho. Beyond mountain range locations, these plans are favored by those who are looking to bring a rustic feel to the exterior of their home.

The architectural styles in this collection vary greatly; a few popular styles include chalet house plans, log cabins, lodges, cottages, ranches, and more. These homes often have a more rugged feel with a casual layout.

Common Features of Mountain Style Homes

Although mountain floor plans vary so much with regard to architecture, there are some common themes seen across these homes:

  • Exterior and interior features that often use natural materials such as wood, rock, or stone
  • Emphasis on outdoor living areas such as decks, patios, or porches to take in the beautiful view
  • Large windows throughout the home or on the side of the home with the best scenery
  • Open floor plans that create a more inclusive living space inasmuch as these are often used as vacation homes
  • Walkout basements that open up to the backyard space

Hillside house plans that can be built on a sloping lot are also common in this collection. For people looking to build in mountain areas, finding a plan that fits into a hillside becomes much more important.

Whether you’re in search of a simple cabin or a gorgeous, luxurious mountain home plan, we’ve got a wide selection of homes from which to choose. Browse through our plans, and reach out to our customer support with any questions!

 

 

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Get in Tune with Nature in a Mountain-Style Home


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Mountain-Style House Plans: Not Just for Vacation Homes     Tired of waking up to the sounds of tooting car horns and screeching tires? And the sight of high-rise buildings when you look out your windows? Then it’s time to head up to the mountain retreat and get in tune with nature and its many beautiful sights.     Once most prevalent in Colorado and the Rocky Mountain States—and as vacation/weekend retreat homes—the mountain-style house plan is now emerging as one of the trendiest designs i


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