Updating split level

18-Jan-2017 04:42

No, I can’t afford another house, I’m just thinking. For awhile now I’ve been thinking about the next project.But in actuality, these unique homes have a personality that traditional homes can never attain.Let’s take just a peek at a variety of split-level home ideas to get your brainstorming and deciding on whether or not this layout is right for you. Incorporate the stairs by creating a slick and posh space that incorporates your love of modern, contemporary styles.Openness can certainly be achieved by removing some of the walls between rooms.

The basements in such homes are almost always finished into comfortable family, game, or play rooms, but they can be done at a later time because the essential parts of the home—bedrooms, bathrooms, kitchen—are included on the upper level.

Often referred to as a raised ranch, this style was especially popular in the 1950's and remains a favorite for families because the kids can play downstairs without disrupting the rest of the house.

If you need assistance choosing a bi-level house plan, please email, live chat, or call us at 866-214-2242 and we'll be happy to help!

As if the cookie cutter exterior isn’t fugly enough, the interior layout is useless. I want to take the ugliest house and see what I can do with it.

Nothing is going to make this type of architecture any less hideous. Actually, historians credit Frank Lloyd Wright as the inventor of the split level. Wright has been turning in his grave since vinyl siding and shutters started showing up on these homes. After 2 historic restorations, I just want to have fun! PS: No offense meant to anyone who lives in a splanch.

The basements in such homes are almost always finished into comfortable family, game, or play rooms, but they can be done at a later time because the essential parts of the home—bedrooms, bathrooms, kitchen—are included on the upper level.

Often referred to as a raised ranch, this style was especially popular in the 1950's and remains a favorite for families because the kids can play downstairs without disrupting the rest of the house.

If you need assistance choosing a bi-level house plan, please email, live chat, or call us at 866-214-2242 and we'll be happy to help!

As if the cookie cutter exterior isn’t fugly enough, the interior layout is useless. I want to take the ugliest house and see what I can do with it.

Nothing is going to make this type of architecture any less hideous. Actually, historians credit Frank Lloyd Wright as the inventor of the split level. Wright has been turning in his grave since vinyl siding and shutters started showing up on these homes. After 2 historic restorations, I just want to have fun! PS: No offense meant to anyone who lives in a splanch.

“Many of these homes have survived and are affordable,” West says in his blog, noting that split-levels in College Park, Md., can be found for between 5,000 and 0,000, versus Colonial-style houses of the same size and condition for between 0,000 and 0,000.