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Total Sq. Ft.: 2256 Bedrooms: 2 Baths: 2.5
Mountain Sun is designed to be very clean and simple, light and airy. This versatile 1.5 level home functions essentially as a 1,780 square foot single level home, with a large multi-functional 480 square foot view loft above. Mountain Sun is designed to keep all the activities of everyday life close, convenient and on one level for the couple. Because the master suite and one bedroom are on the main level, the main level alone makes an excellent small family home. The upper level loft was intended to be an office, study or library, but could easily be converted to the home's third bedroom. An optional sunroom allows for the potential of a passive solar design. Originally built on a water view lot, Mountain Sun would be an excellent choice for any rear view situation.
Milwaukee Craftsman, LLC
Total Sq. Ft.: 2264 Bedrooms: 3 Baths: 2.5
Stockbridge is not only designed to use floor space efficiently, but volume as well. Nearly all the space under the roof of this timeless shingle style craftsman home is utilized as living space.
SALA Architects, Inc.
Total Sq. Ft.: 2275 Bedrooms: 3 Baths: 2.5
This house, an update of a prairie farmstead, offers comfortable living in a traditional aesthetic. Simple detailing and shapes form an elegant rural character, maintaining an easy flow between the kitchen, dining and informal living room.
Sustainable Architecture & Consulting
Total Sq. Ft.: 2304 Bedrooms: 3 Baths: 3.5
Named for the island on which this home was originally built, charming shingle sided Nantucket is an update on the original style. The straight forward lines, and basic shapes of this home make it both comfortable to live in and economical to build.
Field of Dreams
Total Sq. Ft.: 2354 Bedrooms: 3 Baths: 2.5
Field of Dreams has long been one of our most popular homes, and was designed by Jean Larson with Steve Mooney and Greg Graton. This new home is specifically intended to look like it belongs to the land in its agrarian past. Its form revives the simplicity and good proportions of classic North American farmhouses. Featured in the highly acclaimed book Creating The Not So Big House by Sarah Susanka, in the introduction to The Farmhouse by Jean Larson, and recently in a feature article in Inspired House magazine, the home has become an icon.