This beautiful two-level house would make a great weekend getaway or family home. The footprint is 36’x25′, plus a 12’ covered entry deck and a generous 6’ deep side porch along the width of the house. That means this house can easily fit on even a smallish lot. But even with this compact footprint, you get just under 1600 square feet of comfortable heated space. And the generous covered porches add a pleasant outdoor living space.
The layout is especially flexible because of the bedroom and bathroom on the main level. They would make a nice master suite, or a ground level, universal-design guest or in-law suite. Upstairs there is another good sized master suite and two additional bedrooms for the family.
- 456 square feet of covered patios with hammer beam trusses on the side porch and exposed rafters on the entry porch.
- Hybrid timber frame home has heavy timbers in the entertaining areas, and conserves money by using conventional construction in the sleeping quarters and bathrooms!
- Living and dining areas are open to the porches and the efficient U-shaped kitchen, making this home conducive to family time or entertaining!
- The main level features an expanded stairwell and focal point fireplace.
- Ground floor level also features a laundry closet and mud room convenient to the side entry.
- Second floor’s oversized shed dormer gives the house plenty of curb appeal and creates comfortable space on the second floor.
Learn more about this plan at Tugaloo Cabin – A Timber Frame Bungalow
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- Heated Square Feet 1,576 sqft
- Covered/Uncovered Decks 456 sqft
- Total 2,032 sqft
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