Mountain Style – House Design

House for a single-family in Texas. 

  • 3.946 Sq Ft Living area
  • 5 Bedrooms
  • 2 Floors
  • 4 Bathrooms
  • 4 Car Garage
  • Mountain Style
  • Studio
  • Family Room
  • Wet Bar
  • Storage
  • Elevator
  • Butlers Pantry
  • Media Room

That is to be said that this Mountain House Plan is an ideal choice for a spot with a great view. Even more, an excellent option for a social family, constantly receiving guests. All the noble spaces are arranged out along with that stunning view you want to enjoy. It is also a design to be seen, it shows stunning elevations that will make everyone fall in love. 

House Plan Main Floor

Firstly, It has a gorgeous welcoming entrance with a Covered Front Porch crowned by a High Structural Gable. The Entrance shows wood columns that go all the way up to the gable. That entrance leads you to a Foyer with access to The Office and also The Dining Room

Mountain House View
House Plan Elevation

All the house spaces are structured surrounding the Great Kitchen. The Living RoomCoffe BarButtler’s Pantry, and also the Wet Bar, everything is fluidly connected to the heart of this design. The Master Suite Wing displays an extra-large Master Bedroom, an incredible Bathroom, and also a Walk-in Closet with access to the Laundry Room. Also, there is a Study/Flex Room with a Storage Room that can be used as a Safe Room

Upper level

House Plan Upper level

The upper level has Two Bedrooms with a Shared Bathroom, and it is full of social amenities. Even more, there you will find a Game RoomKitchenetteWet BarPowder RoomMedia RoomBalcony. You can get there using the stairs or the Elevator located on the perfect spot. 

House Plan Elevation

Finally, this house is flanked on the front and back by Terraces. The Rear Terrace is a covered space with outdoor cooking facilities. Also, the Four Car Garage is a detached piece connected by a Breezeway to the main house.

Mountain Style - House Design

Mountain Style – House Design is a project created for a client that we got from Ceci Bates. You can look at the Sketches that gave birth to this project, and also know the story behind it by visiting Mountain House Sketch