Introducing the stunning Plan 24090BG, a rustic mountain home boasting 2,770 heated square feet of luxurious living space. This beautifully designed 4-bedroom, 4.5-bathroom single-story residence features log siding and a metal roof, giving it a charming and inviting appearance. The home is perfect for those who appreciate the beauty of nature, as it is surrounded by decks at the front and back, providing ample outdoor enjoyment.

Home Details:

– 4 spacious bedrooms with private baths and walk-in closets
– Dramatic two-story great room with prow windows offering breathtaking views
– Dual rear deck access from the great room
– Shared two-sided fireplace between the great room and master suite
– Open concept kitchen with L-shaped bartop for easy entertaining
– Optional lower level layout includes a second great room to maximize views

Types of Lots:

This exquisite mountain home can be built on various types of lots including:
1. Sloped or hillside lots that can accommodate a walkout basement foundation.
2. Wooded lots to enhance its rustic charm and blend seamlessly with nature.
3. Large rural or suburban properties where homeowners can enjoy privacy and tranquility.

MLS Listing:

Property Type: Single Family Home
Price: [Enter price based on local market]
Location: [Enter address or neighborhood]
Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 4 Full / 1 Half
Square Footage: 2,770 Heated Sq.Ft.
Lot Type: Suitable for sloped/hillside lots, wooded lots, large rural/suburban properties

Experience luxury living in this stunning rustic mountain home! With an impressive floor plan featuring four spacious bedrooms each with private baths and walk-in closets, this beautiful residence offers unparalleled comfort. The dramatic two-story great room boasts prow windows that provide breathtaking views while you cozy up next to the shared two-sided fireplace connecting to the master suite. The open concept kitchen with L-shaped bartop ensures that the chef is always part of the fun. Additional living space can be found in the optional lower level layout, which includes a second great room perfect for soaking up more of those stunning views. Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity to own your dream home!


Finish Out Options and Costs:

1. Log siding: $25,000 – $50,000
– This cost includes the materials and installation of log siding to give the house a rustic appearance.

2. Metal roof: $15,000 – $25,000
– This cost includes the materials and installation of a metal roof to enhance the rustic look of the house.

3. Decks (front and back): $10,000 – $20,000
– This cost includes materials and installation for decks extending across the front and back of the home for outdoor enjoyment.

4. Two-story prow windows: $8,000 – $12,000
– This cost includes materials and installation for dramatic two-story prow windows in the great room.

5. 2-sided fireplace: $5,000 – $10,000
– This cost includes materials and installation for a 2-sided fireplace shared between the great room and master suite.

6. L-shaped bartop kitchen: $10,000 – $15,000
– This cost includes materials and installation for an L-shaped bartop in the kitchen area.

7. Walk-in closets (4 bedrooms): $4,500 -$7,500
– This cost includes design consultation services as well as labor costs associated with building walk-in closets in each bedroom

8. Private bathrooms (4 bedrooms): 18’x14′ Master Bathroom with double vanity; three additional 9’x6′ bathrooms each with single vanity ($40 per sq ft)
-Master Bathroom = approx. ($40 x 252 sq ft) = approx.$10,080
-Smaller Bathrooms = approx. ($40 x 54 sq ft) = approx.$2,160 each

Total Cost Range Estimate: Approximate range is between ~$80k to ~$135k depending on selected finishes quality/materials used & local labor rates

Please note that these costs are approximate and can vary depending on the location, materials used, and labor rates. It is always best to consult with local contractors for accurate pricing.


Based on the provided information, here is a list of materials needed to build the house:

1. Log siding
2. Metal roofing
3. Decking material (wood or composite)
4. Prow windows (two-story)
5. 2-sided fireplace
6. L-shaped bartop for kitchen
7. Cabinetry and countertops for kitchen and bathrooms
8. Plumbing fixtures and fittings for 4 full bathrooms and 1 half bathroom
9. Walk-in closet systems for each bedroom
10. Basement foundation materials (concrete, rebar, etc.)
11. Framing materials (2×6 lumber for exterior walls, trusses for roof framing)
12. Insulation materials (for walls, ceilings, and floors)
13. Drywall or other interior wall finishes
14. Flooring materials (hardwood, tile, carpet, etc.)
15. Interior doors and hardware
16. Electrical wiring and components (light fixtures, switches, outlets)
17. HVAC system equipment and ductwork
18. Exterior doors and hardware (including sliding or French doors to access decks)
19. Paints or stains for interior and exterior surfaces

Please note that this list does not include any site-specific items such as architectural/engineering stamps or permits required by local authorities or any subcontractor-related items like plumbing drawings or mechanical drawings which are typically handled by the respective subcontractors themselves.

Additionally, it is essential to consult with a contractor to verify these materials’ requirements based on your specific location’s building codes before proceeding with construction.

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